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Speak

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HAVING ALREADY HAD PRIOR SONGS ON THE SOUNDTRACKS FOR "MEAN GIRLS" AND "THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2," LINDSAY LOHAN'S DEBUT ALBUM HITS THE STREETS ON DECEMBER 7TH FOR THE 2004 HOLIDAY SEASON.

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Lindsay Lohan leaps into her much anticipated debut CD with a blast of something that simulates warmed-over Led Zeppelin (the lyrically ferocious "First") and from there finesses it into a stylish experiment in pounding away at teen pop's predictability. Influences--not all of whom her 8-to-14-year-old fans will flip to, or even find, in their pinup mags--loom large: While the Ashlee Simpson-like rocker "Nobody 'Til You" winds into the Jessica Simpson-y "Symptoms of You," the lovelorn "Something I Never Had," taps a sweetly unself-conscious vocal vein that owes gratitude to the otherwise highly un-Lohan-like Lisa Loeb. Though Lohan might balk at the comparison--she is, after all, the "Ultimate"-spawning original teenage drama queen--fellow tween queen Hilary Duff's stamp is pressed firmly into stormy self-explorers like "Disconnected" and "Anything But Me." Where "Speak" intones loudest, though, is in its least-rocking, most beat-propelled songs: The title track dips and bounces tantalizingly, begging hands-in-the-air listeners to "c'mon and let it out"; "To Know Your Name" digitizes a sexy hip-hop inflected dance number; and "Rumors," a J. Lo-like thumper (and one in a trifecta of pouts over the pitfalls of stardom) ends this disc on a don't-stop, bound-for-diva-dom note. -Tammy La Gorce

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. First
  2. Nobody 'Til You
  3. Symptoms of You
  4. Speak
  5. Over
  6. Something I Never Had
  7. Anything But Me
  8. Disconnected
  9. To Know Your Name
  10. Very Last Moment in Time
  11. Rumors


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 7, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Casablanca
  • ASIN: B00065JTB0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (626 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,244 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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...he's cute, knows how to bark in tune, and is quite the dancer - and he refuses to lip-sync. After all, they call them "live performances" for a reason, don't they?

If my last statement sounds ridiculous, it shouldn't. The media has come a long way in the last few decades. There was a time when a person or band really needed to work their way up to become successful, by performing in small clubs for chicken feed, hoping that one day a talent scout would recognize their talent and sign them to a recording deal.

But as the great Bob Dylan once said, the times they are a changin'. The fact is that in this day and age, you don't need any talent whatsoever to become famous - how else to explain the ubiquity of the irrelevant Paris Hilton?

To prove my point, witness the phenomenon known as MTV, which placed the music video medium on a widespread scale. Started in 1981, it began as an outlet for established acts, but soon came the emergence of disposible pop acts which greatly benefited from the visual exposure that MTV granted them - Milli Vanilli and Britney Spears are but two acts that would have gone nowhere without the network.

Second, let's look at multifaceted entertainers of years past. It's much easier to respect musical artists that cross over to acting (Elvis Presley, Cher, and Barbra Streisand are examples) - after all, they had the chops to make it in music and eventually went on to garner respect in acting roles. However, when an actor decides to take a stab at music, it makes the person seem desperate for a buck. The completely tone-deaf Don Johnson, Bruce Willis, and Eddie Murphy made ill-advised recording efforts, but got wise and quickly went back to what they do best.
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Lindsay Lohans Debut album is a great beginning then it goes into a bleh middle and ends on a high but weird note.

The first track "First" is a rockish track which launches the album into a high note which makes you think this is going to a great album , then "Nobody Til' you" comes on and it still continues the cool song trend, then she fools us more with the pretty piano melody of "Symptoms Of You" , then for me the album goes down quite a bit with "Speak" not a very great track, filler material-esque. Then "Over" kicks into overdrive and knocks up the albums great flow. "Something I Never had" is really a Ashlee/Jessica Simpsony track, its a pretty good one. Anything But me is a great track too which is a pretty good pop track. "Disconnected" continues it which is ok, pretty good.

"To know your name" is a pretty dancey track, the only track which seperates itself from the album (Apart from "Rumours"), its one of the best ones.

"Very last moment in time" is a nice song again one of the best.

Magnet isnt a GREAT track but its pretty cool sounding track, has pretty :P lyrics!

Then the "bonus track" "Rumours" which..erm happens to be the first single, its probably the best on the album, problem is I understand why they would credit this as a bonus track, it sounds sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo sompletely different from the rest of the album! I totally mean that!

1.First 4/5

2.Nobody Til You 4.5/5

3.Symptoms Of You 4.5/5

4.Speak 2.5/5

5.Over 4/5

6.Something I never had 4/5

7.Anything But Me 3.7/5

8.Disconected 3.7/5

9. To Know Your Name 4.5/5

10. Very Last Moment In Time 4.2/5

11.Magnet 4/5

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Lindsay Lohan's "Speak" is not a deep, meaningful album, whatever that might be. And Lindsay should concentrate more on acting than singing. Nevertheless, "Speak" is an enjoyable pop album. It's got bouncy, catchy tunes and Lohan's voice is actually kind of interesting. "Speak" is a good album to throw on while doing stuff around the house or as background music to reading. You'll catch yourself tapping your foot. Overall, a pleasant surprise. The record has genuine merit to it and is not just something put out by a celebrity for the purpose of doing a "project" in another art form than the one they're already established in, which is the criticism from other reviewers. Solid job by Lindsay. Now if she just works at cleaning up her life.
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Instead of going off on a tangent about how the music industry has changed over the past thirty years I'm going to get straight to the point.

This album is terrible.

Lindsay Lohan has no musical talent at all.

This album is a mix of "teen rock" and pop music on an album with no direction at all. The lyrics are boring and the content seems to be up to the writing standard of a 12 year old. The album's lead single "Rumors" is just Lindsay Lohan complaining for three and half minutes about how she can't go anywhere without the media watching.

Her voice isn't anything extraordinary either. In fact, it's terrible. She has no vocal range at all and the only reason she stays relatively in tune is because of "studio magic".

I'm not one to usually complain about the quality of an album but I had a really hard time trying to listen to this one all the way through without falling asleep.

Do yourself a favor. Do not waste your money on this.
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