Unbroken

September 20, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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  • Original Release Date: September 20, 2011
  • Release Date: September 20, 2011
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Hollywood Records, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 52:36
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  • ASIN: B005LMEB8E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,149 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

She has an amazing voice and real talent.
k-web
If you're a fan of her previous work i suggest you buy this album!
averybaby
Overall this is a good album with 14 songs.
Selena Fan

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44 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on October 15, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Unbroken, Demi Lovato's third studio album, is far different from anything her sophomore record pointed toward. If rehab had never happened, we may have seen a barely-pop, mostly-rock album, much in the vein of John Mayer during it's quiet moments while exploding like an especially exuberant Paramore single during it's uptempo cuts. Instead, Demi's world spiraled to its lowest point, and she was taken out of the spotlight for majority of the time between albums, exiting rehab a different person around the spring of 2011. So what do we make of the first album from a new woman?

If you're hoping Skyscraper was a taste of what this album as whole would sound like, it's not. There are some beautiful moments, but you won't reach them until track five, the beautiful Lightweight. It's the sort of song that could have opened the album, but then that album would have been a beautiful artistic statement, something Demi doesn't seem ready for. Instead, the whole affair begins with thumping Timbaland beats and a Missy Elliot feature; hardly the sort of thing that a girl that has stared self-destruction in the face would be expected to record. It's a brilliant track, no doubt, being one of the best club songs recorded by an artist under legal drinking age this year. However, it is a catalyst to a slew of far inferior club songs, the nadir being the Dev-assisted Who's That Boy. It's completely unnecessary and nearly inappropriate, offensive at its worst. Why record a song like this when you have been through so much in your life, Demi? Why bother trying to get the club hits with an artist that is just beginning their career as it is? No strong argument comes to mind. You're My Only Shorty, with commercially-flailing Iyaz, marks another low point.
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31 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Brady James on September 20, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I am a Lovatic through and through! I've been a fan of demi's from the beginning! Don't Forget was full of sass and sadness and Here We Go Again was new and fresh showing off her amazing voice and talented writing. Now here she is ... after such a hard year, ready to shine again! "UNBROKEN" is amazing. Although I feel the album OS split, unevenly, in two. The first four songs have featured artists thy coke off 75% good.
ALL NIGHT LONG sounds like classic Timbaland with a cool guest rap from Missy Elliot Demi sounds a lot like JoJo on this track but its good all about going out with ur Guy.
WHOS THAT BOY features Dev she sounds good with Demi and it's a fun catchy track, very r&b!
YOU'RE MY ONLY SHORTY features Iyaz and is the only track I don't feel at all its just silly.
TOGETHER Demi is joined by Jason Derulo and its a good track bit it seems like the typical 'come together and be happy' song bit their voices do go well together l!
The second, heavier half of the disc is just Demi and therefore where she shines!
LIGHTWEIGHT starts off very GLEE -ISH but it quickly becomes amazing! Its Demi telling a Guy a friend the world that she's fragile and is easily affected, its my favorite track! Her voice soars and near the end u get a small taste of accapella which I loved!
UNBROKEN is very dancy and very freeing! It's about just giving love it all going through without regret! A solid amazing track!
FIX A HEART feels like Demi is letting u into her world around the time things really went bad referencing 'cuts' its bittersweet and beautiful!
HOLD UP is like a literal hold up but instead of a gun and violence its being faced with love and taking it regardless of consequence!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ellington VINE VOICE on April 6, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I wrote off Demi Lovoto far before I ever heard a single song from her merely because she was a Disney Channel refuge and she just seemed like the type of artist that was too cure for her own good. Them a few months ago I happened to hear `Skyscraper' while out to dinner and was taken aback by the fact that such a beautifully constructed ballad was the result of this young `troubled' artist.

I dove into this album with reckless abandon and happen to listen to this FAR too much.

Some have already noted that the album does not open on its strongest foot. The seemingly obligatory club tracks that litter the first few tracks on the album are decent enough but nothing spectacular. I happen to like the feel to `You're My Only Shorty', even if the lyrical content is rather simplistic and shortsighted, and the opening `All Night Long' is certainly on the top of its game when you consider the genre it dwells in. As much as I hate Justin Derulo, and I think his contribution to `Together' is minimal, I must admit that it is with that track that this album really picks itself.

`Lightweight' is a beautiful benchmark in the true uplift of this album.

With `Lightweight', Lovoto begins crafted a perfectly balanced album. Even the tracks that don't work completely thrive under the direction she took herself here. `Fix a Heart' is subtle and moving in it's musical simplicity, but Demi's vocals cut through that like a knife. `Skyscraper' is still my favorite track on the album. I'm literally obsessed with this song. It is just so emotionally compacted, exploding with such genuine insight and heartbreak. It rises and falls in all the right places, and while the Wizz Dumb Remix isn't anything universally different, it still serves as a great addition to the album.
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