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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Corp
  • ASIN: 5559436410
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)

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Her writing talent matches her musical abilities.
L. Milligan
There is no denying her talent, and I strongly recommend everyone to buy this CD, the first of many more great albums to come from this young but strong artist.
Amazon Customer
I love every song on the CD and still have not grown tired of it over a year later.
JasXJ220

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Milligan on October 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Since other reviews have highlighted her incredible depth and range, I will only add what I know about Bonnie from a personal standpoint.

I have followed Bonnie's singing career since she dumbfounded the entire audience sitting in a gymnasium at an elementary school 'talent' show.

What was true of that eleven year old waif,is still true today:

- Under 5'1", she is riveting and has complete command of her audience.

- Her writing talent matches her musical abilities. Some of the songs on this album were written at age 13.

- Her songs are personal expressions of her own experiences and she holds absolutely nothing back. Listeners are immediately engaged by the combination of raw emotion and vulnerability in her voice.

- She has universal appeal. Her songs touch on rock, pop, jazz and blues. She is an incredible talent.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By tiffwi on September 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
It's been quite awhile since I've gotten really excited about a new artist. Particularly a female artist; maybe I'm just picky, but too many of the younger emerging artists these days seem to be awfully similar, and frankly I like something with a little bit of edge, a little uniqueness. With my first listen, I could tell that Bonnie McKee was something different, someone whose music would be worth getting excited about. Now that her debut album Trouble has (finally!) been released, I am definitely glad I gave her music a chance, as I was in no way disappointed.

With fiery red hair and an attitude to match, Bonnie McKee has a style all her own, and that really shows through in her music. First of all, her voice is unique, both powerful and beautiful at the same time. What really floors me about this album, however, is that every track was written by her. That makes this CD a real emotional journey. There's the beautiful ballad "Somebody" (the song that got me hooked on Bonnie's music), the almost-naughty "January" about loving a much older man, the uplifting "When It All Comes Down", the gonna-make-it anthem "A Voice That Carries", the 'I loved you but I've learned better' "Open Your Eyes", which is my personal favorite...though to be honest, there isn't a track on this CD I don't love. Being the same age as Bonnie (19), I can really relate to so many of her lyrics. She has an amazing way of saying a lot of the things I've felt myself in the past few years. I have to give her a lot of credit for being so open with her emotions in her songwriting, as it really shows in her songs. I also have to laugh, as she writes in the album's thank yous: "And finally, thanks to all the mean boys who broke my poor little heart and made these songs possible.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BluesGrrl on July 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
At first glance, Bonnie Mckee may seem like any other pop singer. But take a closer look, and you'll see she's anything but. One of the amazing things is, this girl actually has PERSONALITY. (Something really lacking in the music biz today.) All of the lyrics on this amazing debut were written by Bonnie when she was a teen. The subject matter on the songs ranges from scandalous (January and Trouble), funny (Confessions of a Teenage Girl), to sweet (When it all comes down). Bonnie Mckee plays the piano and has a perfect voice when performing live. If you're tired of bland talentless pop stars, take my advice and CHECK THIS CD OUT!!! You won't be disappointed!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chad Foster on August 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
1. Trouble-9.5/10, The title track is awesome. All the different beats and great vocals make it one of the best on the album.

"ooo trouble maker gotta let you go"

2. When It All Comes Down-10/10, an emotional friendship song. with a great chorus and an awesome highnote towards teh end. The best on the album.

Ill hold you hand if you hold mine, when it all comes down close your eyes"

3. Open Your Eyes-9.8/10, an emotional song the opening music itself makes me sad. the rain and piano mixed is great an awsome ssong.

"Open Your Eyes And See Me Leaving, Closing The Door "

4. Somebody-10/10, The perfect choice for a single. The song is great the piano, the vocals, its all great.

"I sit alone, ina dark theatre watching the people go by hand in hand everybody but me"

5. A Voice That Carries-8.5/10, The most commercial song off of the album. Really good over all.

"I got a voice that carries, carry me up gonna carry me down to LA"

6. Honey-9/10, a tender ballad. i can't help but feel happy when i hear it.

"You love was sticky like honey, i got stuck"

7. Green Grass-8/10, a more forgettable song but when you do hear it you still love it.

8. January-9/10, a song about underage sex and waiting til shes legal in january.

"im counting the days on my calender til lovin' you wont be a sin"

9. Marble Steps-10/10, One of my favorites. The song itself is amazing.

"Take Me Away, Finde Me A Home, Im On My Way, Im On My Way........."

10. Sensitive Subject Matter-9/10, another good but forgettable song. I know i love it but i can't remember it.

11. I Hold Her-8/10, WTF is she talking about in this song? smokey is her apple?
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