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A singer and songwriter since childhood, Gwen Stefani has sold close to 30 million records as the front woman for the band No Doubt and as a multi-platinum solo artist. Gwen took her time to carefully craft her new album This Is What The Truth Looks Like, her most personal work to date. With intimate songs such as Make Me Like You , Misery Truth and Used To Love You combined with the stellar productions from producers Mattman & Robin, Greg Kurstin, JR Rotem and Stargate, there is an emotional through line to the album that highlights Gwen s songwriting and impassioned themes of love and loss that are universally felt worldwide. Gwen is always looking for a new challenge which recently took the shape of TV judge on the NBC hit The Voice.
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  • Audio CD (March 18, 2016)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B01BPDW64I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Scarlet Jupiter TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 18, 2016
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9 years is a lifetime in the pop landscape. In the space between Gwen Stefani's last offering, and this, her 3rd solo album, enormous changes have taken place, the most important of which were her giving birth to 3 children, and of course her tumultuous divorce, that provided inspiration for this new record. Since most musicians are known to thrive off heartbreak, it comes as no surprise that on this new set Gwen sounds creatively reinvigorated. The greatest surprise is how she channeled her heartbreak into the new album, as she recently admitted that her divorce nearly killed her. The 18 tracks/pieces of her "Truth", are evidently more direct than those of her previous records, offering some telling moments (which only make the rumour of another - completed but scrapped eventually - record, even more intruiguing). The variety of tempos is extraordinary, always a good thing with long albums like this. The thematology is, naturally, heartbreak, and the atmosphere reflective. But this is a Gwen album, the world's most glamorous and cool eternal teenager. Thus, what shines the most, is the way she wears her girlishness on these songs, sounding truer and stronger than she has since her No Doubt days, while the songs retain much of the appeal of her earlier work. Which altogether make this 46-year-old pop singer's "Truth" even more impressive. In a youth-dominated field, where there’s an unspoken pressure for women to "act their age", Gwen single-handedly disregards that false ideal, and makes a grown-up pop album, just as enjoyable as her first.

Note: Make sure you get the deluxe edition of this, because the extra tracks are absolutely worth it.
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It's amazing and inspiring how Gwen Stefani channeled her feelings of pain, heartbreak and, eventually, newfound love, into this intensely personal yet highly enjoyable album. This Is What The Truth Feels Like captures Gwen doing what she does best: crafting raw, honest, emotional pop songs that are instantly relatable and memorable.
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One iconic moment that stands out in my memory of Gwen Stefani is her video performance with No Doubt of the song “Don’t Speak”. It features the band practicing alone together, Gwen looking like a quirky little girl who borrowed her mama’s church dress, dancing around in red lipstick and bare feet, juxtaposed with scenes of them live in concert. In the latter scenes she is rocking out, her whole body contorting, soaked and glistening with sweat from head to toe. When she lifted herself off the stage in a pushup and swept the audience with a warrior-fierce gaze, it gave me chills. I recognized at that moment that this girl was a force to be reckoned with.

It’s hard to believe that was 13 years ago. At the time, Gwen was recovering from her breakup with No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal and the resultant music was some of the most deeply personal and cathartic that I recall her ever writing.

It’s interesting that her new album This Is What The Truth Feels Like brings her back to those same confessional pathways: lost love, betrayal, deceit, loneliness, finding yourself again, and the first tender, wary sparks of hope and new love.

I can’t think of a more painfully public breakup, with every moment captured, reported and available (with photos!) at your local news stand. But in case you’ve been in Borneo for the last year or simply eschewing the gossip columns, the tale goes like this: Popstar girl meets poprockstar boy (Gavin Rossdale of Bush fame), they fall madly in love, marry and have the cutest, best dressed little hipster kids you could imagine. Enter the nanny. Er, which is exactly what Gavin did, repeatedly. Bye bye washed up nineties rocker dude! But what’s this? Oh! Hello new singer boy love interest Blake Shelton.

And that’s where The Truth comes in.
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After 10 years Gwen is back, divorced and in the bliss of a new romance, This is What the Truth Feels Like boils down to these two opposing extremes. The first half tackles the new romance, the giddiness and joy of falling in love again, while the end of the record gives insight into her falling marriage. Thematically, the album is concise, however, musically is where the quality wavers. There are delicious slices of pop such as "Misery" "Where Would I Be?" and the best "Make Me Like U". Lead single "Used to Love You" is the emotional peak of the record and a true highlight as are the blissful closer "Rare" and the bonus track "Getting Warmer." However, that's as far as good goes. The other songs range from mediocre and unexciting to cringe-worthy. The middle of the album from "Send Me a Picture" to "Naughty" is forgettable, sounds outdated and as if Gwen is trying hard to appeal to chart success (nothing wrong if done right).

Overall, for me this comeback is a bit of a let down. The weirdness and allure of Love.Angel.Music.Baby. is gone, in fact this record feels closer to the pleasantness of The Sweet Escape, and like that album, here the great songs need to be dug out but they're worth the effort.
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