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Speak

Lindsay LohanAudio CD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (615 customer reviews)

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  • 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 (615 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,089 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

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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

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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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334 of 437 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Maybe my dog can become a recording star, too... December 18, 2004
Format:Audio CD
...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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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Light leisure listening February 26, 2007
Format:Audio CD
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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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars 0 stars...you need to make that a rating... December 14, 2004
Format:Audio CD
Junk, junk, and MORE junk now from these girls who wanna be actresses/singers and cant. Jennifer Lopez started this whole thing/trend now where actresses think cause they can act, then they can sing, and it DOESN'T work that way. Lindsay Lohan and this album prove to be the worst one of all yet. Ok, break it down. Hilary Duff-can't sing if her life depended on it, definetly CANT act either. Lindsay can act (a little bit), but DEFINETLY cant sing. Hmmmm. They should be best-friends instead of enemies, they are too much alike. But it is worse for Lindsay because she only made this album in spite of Hilary, which is pretty funny because if you look at both their album covers, they have their hair all messed up and around their face. The even funnier thing is that Hilary's album came out first, and now Lindsay is trying to look like her on her album..hehehehe pretty PATHETIC. Don't talk trash Lindsay if you wanna be just like the person you're talking trash about. Not smart. And just because you turned 18 doesnt mean you should parade around like a cheap tramp while you have a young fan base. Parents arent gonna like you so much when their children start acting like little bimbos because they see it's ok for you to dress and act like that. Role model..HAH! Just another wanna-be Britney. Another little tennage girl pretending she can sing. And I cant believe that they compared this to Led Zepp. What an insult for that band, if I was them...I'd sue!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Oh, Lindsay... January 4, 2005
By James
Format:Audio CD
Lindsay Lohan is one of today's brightest up-and-comers, which is reflected through her debut album SPEAK. She is not originally a recording artists, as most of the world knows due to the fact that she began through movies (The Parent Trap to Mean Girls), so she is definitely not banking in solely on her voice, which CAN carry a melody just fine, though she fails to truly pull it off as her own. Half of the lyrics speak a sortof complainy "I'm a celebrity, leave me alone" tone, with Rumors most clearly spelling it out. Lindsay's other songs dictate the normal teenage gooshy love spirits as most albums from 18-year-olds do. For now, until Lindsay discovers her own voice, America must understand that she is just banking in on her celebrity.

I have confidence in her to do better next time. Take your time, find your voice, and let other people write your own music if you suck.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Fuel for her slide down June 23, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Last summer, against the wishes of my spouse, I went to see "Mean Girls" and found myself enjoying the movie and thinking that Lohan (as opposed to the abhorent Duff sisters) had talent and comic chops. What a difference a year can make because during that time, Lohan decided releasing this vanity project would somehow turn her into L Lo.

Her awful public singing and the putrid music videos that have been released are testament to the fact she's not an entertainment multitasker. She should try picking better projects and leave the singing to artists who can concentrate on writing and performing music.

Not one song on this CD stands out. Not one is worth mentioning. They are just all mass production of mass vanity, better left unbought.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
It didn't seem to be like my original
Published 25 days ago by Helen Gray
5.0 out of 5 stars Another fun good time hoppin and boppin dancin CD
If you like good music that makes you wanna get up and move get this. Not really any bad tracks here that I can say of. Lindsay sounds great not mention she is easy on the eye's.
Published 12 months ago by Kelly Huse
5.0 out of 5 stars Baling dance-floor grooves of the Britney Spears/Christina Aguilera
Lohan sings with authority over razor-sharp club beats ........ Lindsay Lohan (vocals); John Shanks (guitar, keyboards, bass ) Kristian Lundin (keyboards); Jeff Rothschild (drums,... Read more
Published 16 months ago by TOPAN CHIFRON
5.0 out of 5 stars been rocking out to this CD for a long time.
Honestly, I am not a pop queen fan or anything. I've actually been into rock/metal since I can remember. But this CD still remains one of my guilty pleasures. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Lilly
5.0 out of 5 stars Love Lindsay
I love Lindsay Lohan and this is a great CD! And the delivery is r e a l l y fast
Published 19 months ago by Ariane
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny!
The price was great and it appeared to be practically brand new instead of used! I will definitely recommend this product and service to everyone i know. Read more
Published 24 months ago by k.mcnair
5.0 out of 5 stars 6 stars if possible
This is one of the best "bubblegum music" type cd's there is, and it is also a great revealing of Lindsay's singing ability. Read more
Published on August 6, 2012 by CrltnG
5.0 out of 5 stars One of My Favorites
One of my very first CDs of my own, I got this in fourth grade and it is still one of my favorites and I am now a junior in high school. Read more
Published on December 30, 2011 by brose13
1.0 out of 5 stars Very Dumb
I hate Lindsay Lohan's first album Speak. Her songs made my eardrums bleed from beginning to end of this crappy album. It hurts! This is annoying. All of her songs are very corny. Read more
Published on June 15, 2010 by Cory L
3.0 out of 5 stars Catchy? Yes! Original? No..
So I must admit, I like this album. Lindsay Lohan's first album "speak" is one of those catchy song albums with forgetable tracks. Read more
Published on April 26, 2010 by C. Ortega
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