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2010 release from the teen sensation, the follow-up to his million + selling 2009 mini-album My World. With his poptastic blend of urban pop, Justin Bieber has exploded as a global new media star, with over 100 Million YouTube video views (the first 10 million of them as an amateur, posting his own renditions of favorite songs by Ne-Yo, Stevie Wonder and Usher). From singing in front of President Obama to shutting down malls with hoards of screaming fans, 2009 introduced the world to its next pop sensation and in 2010 Justin doesn't plan to slow down. Includes the single 'Baby' (with Ludacris).


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  • Audio CD (March 23, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B0037AGASG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,318 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By 52pilot on November 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I chimed in with my thoughts on "Sound of Water" so I obligated to review "Finisterre." It's a definite return to the form of "Tiger Bay" and "So Tough." (I may be alone in thinking a return to form wasn't completely necessary, because I enjoyed the chill-out direction they were headed with "Sound of Water." Another album or two like that and they would have crossed paths with one of my other favorite bands, Alpha.)
"Finisterre" pulls together everything good about the past few albums, with a healthy dose of electro thrown in. The electro is no surprise considering the band's penchant for remixes. Every electro DJ in my town had been spinning the Two Lone Swordsmen mix of "Heart Failed" since the first club nights crept up. But like Dot Allison's latest album, the out-right electro exercises here pale in comparison to more traditional material. "Amateur" and "B92" are almost throw-away tracks, but they are reminders that this is the St. Etienne of 2002 and not of 1992 (especially with "B92"'s refrain of "The boys are back in town/and Nothing can stop us now"). In "New Thing," though, the electro sound combines with classic St. E style to make a great club number. Some of the other tracks have more of a traditional deep house thump like "Hug My Soul." Those include the single "Action" (if you put them on a parallel line with New Order this is their "Regret"; the same sentiment and mood are echoed here), the superbly blissful "Shower Scene," and "How We Live Now," which builds for three euphoric minutes before Sarah ever hits the mic.
The disc has just as many great moments that don't shout out to club culture. The instrumental "Language Lab" has a "Hill Street Connection"/"Misadventures of Margaret" feel to it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
After exploring jangly-candy-coated rock a la the Cardigans ("Good Humour") and minimalistic electronica ("Sound Of Water"), Saint Etienne joyously return to dance-oriented pop, reminiscent of their first three albums (particularly "Tiger Bay") and the results are fantastic.
Album opens with the one-two punch of "Action" (the first single) and "Amateur." An interesting guest slot on "Soft Like Me," Wildflower provides a brit-girl rap (!) as Sarah sings a chorus that will get stuck in your brain after only one listen. "Shower Scene" is begging for a floor-filling dance club remix, and "New Thing" utilizes new wave era/electroclash/analogue synth sounds, all the while sounding modern and relevent.... a song that is definitely single-worthy.
In an interesting twist, British actor Michael Jayston provides spoken-word vocal interludes between the tracks. Some of his narratives are rather humorous ("Our Father, who art in Heaven, please stay there"), but ultimately I don't think this aspect of the album really works. I found his voice to be a bit of an interruption in the flow.
Regardless, I'm thrilled with this album. It's their best since "Good Humour" and if they ever deserved some mainstream success, now would be the perfect time for it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Gray on April 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you're a Saint Etienne fan then you should know what you're in for, catchy melodies and vocals as smooth as a babies backside. Saint Etienne make it very difficult to do anything else other than sit in a zombified state while their music absorbs and completely comsumes you. Instrumental 'Language Lab' will have you fighting the back the tears whilst next track 'Soft Like Me' will convince you you're listening to a different album. This only proves that Etienne aren't afraid to experiment and write an album with such contrasting sounds and styles. This album never disappoints and your music collection will be forever be incomplete without it sitting pride of place on your shelf.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Laura M. Witkowski on December 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It seems that the 80's electro-funk sound is back (examples include Ladytron, Madonna's new "Die Another Day" single, Chicks On Speed...) and I can safely say... "Why? What did we ever do to you?" Despite my less than enthusiastic embrace of this 80's trend, I can attest that if anybody was going to take on the task of using this trend for the betterment of electro-pop, than it would be Saint Etienne. Finisterre contains electro-funk done right among other pop gems. You may remember them from their semi-hit cover of Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" back in 1992. Since then, this band has put out some of the best and catchiest pop records of the decade. Although they get much attention is the U.K., their fan base in the U.S. is devout, but pretty tiny. Their newest release shows them keeping up the pace with, and at times surpassing some of their best work. "Amateur" is a better song and Sarah Cracknell's vocals more compelling than Madonna's on "Die Another Day," yet you certainly won't be hearing this one 10 times an hour on top 40 radio.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "gen-x-pastor" on February 7, 2004
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I have been a fan of Saint Etienne since stumbling on Foxbase Alpha in 1991. I love the quirky, all-too-British sound. It was a true and refreshing alternative to the direction music took in the States, e.g. Nirvana. THIS band truly smells like teen spirit and isn't ashamed. So Tough is my favorite album, but I have had Finisterre for a few days now and I think that it's a close second. It's got some great tunes, folks. I must confess that I'm addicted to "Shower Scene" and I only wish that I still went out to clubs just so I could go out and dance to this song with a frenzied mob. Anyway, back to the album...
Some here have complained about "Soft Like Me," and I think it's probably the weakest track on the CD. It just barely fits. Go check out Saint Etienne dot com to hear some longer samples of all the tracks on Finisterre as well as be entertained by an awesome Flash-based website with a talking tube map (be sure to roll over all the stations!). This album might not serve as a great introduction to the uninitiated, but for the fan it is classic Etienne. Supposedly there was a documentary film made with the same title!?! Will we ever see it released on DVD? Hope so! Thanks Sarah, Pete, and Bob for a job well done.
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