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Rose Tattoo


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  • Audio CD (March 1, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Only the Girl, Inc.
  • ASIN: B004NQMUUA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,373 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Long Awaited Debut Country Album from Multi Platinum Singer / Songwriter TIFFANY

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Through my college years, her music was a guilty pleasure.
Invisiboy2001
I remember reading in the 80's how Tiffany started out as a country singer, and then in 1997 that she was in Nashville trying to make some country music.
Mike James
That is saying a lot as I do not like Country music, The true point being that great music transcends genre.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joleen Galloway on March 6, 2011
Format: Audio CD
There is no denying Tiffany's vocal power. I remember watching her sing "Queen of Hearts" at the age of 14 on some old country music show in the 80's and my mouth just dropping wide open! I've never liked this genre of music but somehow when she sang it I could enjoy everything about it because she sounded so beautiful. Rose Tattoo stands out as one of her best "vocally". I think many of her fans like myself were not shocked that she would release a country album because it's always been apart of her. Tiffany has always been so diverse with her music. Even through the rock and pop and dance albums we'd always get to hear a little country sprinkled in to the mix. "Sam Loves Joann" is a great example of this. It was featured on her Dreams Never Die album which was unfortunately limited to release in Japan.

Rose Tattoo is a short piece of work but jam packed from beginning to end. When it does end you'll wish there were more. I was hoping a hidden track might surface but it didn't! All of the songs are catchy, fun, sexy and are written really well. Tiffany never sounded more beautiful fun and sultry.

The album begins with "Feel the Music" which is a great starter to get you into the mood of what's to come. I wanna feel the music, get wild in this town, shake it up and lose it till the walls fall down." Then it goes into a track called "Crazy Girls" which is a wonderful follow up to "Feel the Music." Tiffany bellows "Cuz that's what Crazy Girls do. Not afraid to jump off a cliff or two. We're gonna drive fast, drink hard, leave a trail of broken hearts. Bring the boys to their knees like Thelma and Louise!

Then you have ballad like he "He Won't Miss Me" and "All Over You" which are very pretty and some of my favorites on the album.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Invisiboy2001 on March 3, 2011
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First off, I confess to being a kid when Tiffany was at the height of her popularity, and I have always liked her. Through my college years, her music was a guilty pleasure. But somewhere around 2001, Tiffany stopped being a "guilty" pleasure and started being a genuine one. Since that time, Tiffany has grown considerably as an artist and has released a pop/rock album ("Color of Silence" -- probably her best album), a dance CD, and a light-rock album --- and now she's trying her hand at country. And honestly? She sounds best singing country music! Strange but true.

The songs here are few (eight tracks) but each one is a winner -- all killer, no filler. A few stadouts are "All Over You" and "Crazy Girls" -- both wild, sexy songs that allow Tiffany to really cut loose the sass -- and "He Won't Miss Me" is a tearjerker ballad that sounds like a classic forlorn country song. The music here is as good or better than what you'll find on any modern country album. I could not be more impressed with this newest effort by Tiffany.

By the way, if you download this album, be sure to add Tiffany's recent single "Serpentine". It's the same style as the album here, and it is great!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on March 2, 2011
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I haven't liked country music since I was 5 yrs-old so hearing that one of my favorite voices was heading in that direction, it was a little hard to get excited about it even though it has been something she's been itching to do for years. That said, ya can't deny that her voice was tailor-made for the earthy, bluesy heartbreak she's belting out on Rose Tattoo.

Tiffany has proven her versatility time and again by successfully recording pop, dance, rock, RnB, industrial and while she's had a flirtation with country already, this album is her first official foray into full-on country... and her pet project fits like a glove. She doesn't bring out the twang (fortunately) but this is solid, soulful, down home stuff and dammit, I actually wanted more! Eight songs seems an oddly slighted amount considering how passionate she was about this album. Nevertheless, leaving you wanting more is a good thing.

While I am happy she finally got her country album and have already listened to it three times, my fingers are crossed album #9 is the OTHER genre best-suited to her powerful, emotive pipes: ROCK!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike James on April 28, 2011
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I remember reading in the 80's how Tiffany started out as a country singer, and then in 1997 that she was in Nashville trying to make some country music. The demos sounded great but things quickly seemed to fall apart. In 2000, I was thrilled with The Color Of Silence, but the label sunk and it never got the exposure it deserved. A few years later, she was on tour with a pianist and a guitarist, and she did the most incredible rendition of Patsy Cline's Crazy. Well it's been a little while, but we finally get to hear Tiffany's amazing pipes on a studio album that you can really call country. I hope this sticks. Tiffany sounds amazing on pretty much anything, but this album really showcases her singing and writing abilities. Rumor is ITWAN is coming up as a country single this year too.
Listen to "He Won't Miss Me" and if it doesn't floor you, I don't know what will. This is solid material that will definitely leave you wanting to hear more. Go Tiff!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ray Rogers on June 24, 2011
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I have been a big fan of Tiffany's since the 1980's. With Rose Tattoo, she gets back to her Country music roots. A must have for all Tiffany fans and Country music lovers alike. Tiffany won the loyal following she has with her hit "I think we're alone now" all those years ago, and now she will will impress you yet again. I give it four stars.
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