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February 3, 2012 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 30, 2004
  • Release Date: August 30, 2004
  • Label: Phonogenic
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  • Total Length: 54:16
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  • ASIN: B0075FO55E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,291 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Many of the songs are lyrically strong, and all of the songs are VERY catchy.
W. Scott Heitman
Overall, I think its a very good album. here's the rundown of how good the songs were: 1.
mo
Now it's one of the few albums I can listen to all the way though without getting bored.
V. Marsh

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77 of 83 people found the following review helpful By - Kasia S. VINE VOICE on January 9, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was actually in the midst of folding four loads of laundry, when Natasha Bedingifelds album started playing on my pc, and I got so lost in it again, I had to drop what I was doing and give this girl some props. This is an amazing cd, with music so catchy, so cool and simply a pleasure to listen to that I'm a total fan for life.

I guess to compare her to other similar artists, which they probably don't like to have done to them, Id say she reminds me of Fiona Apple, Joss Stone , Alanis Morisette and of course her own core, but to be a good reviewer I like to draw comparisons at times.

"These Words" is one of the best songs I've heard, ever. It makes you want to get up and dance, and it comes in some great remixes that have their own CD available for sale here.

"Size Matters" is another song that will make you tap your foot under your desk at work, or make you skip a step in your walk, you might even sing along.

"Wild Horses" a sweet ballad but no cavities here, its sweet but it's secretly has a killer tunes that sound like it was created by a seasoned music aficionado.

Natasha has an earthy voice but she's slick, her music is not stuff, boring but is cool to the point that you are not embarrassed to listen to it in front of your friends. The choruses in her songs are great and have a real purpose. She's not the kind of girl who wants to be famous so she can do photo shoots and have makeovers. She has talent and she wants the world to be her outlet. She also writes her own songs, and she has so much to say!

I love it, and you will too! Branch out, listen to different artists, take a chance, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By S. Sullivan on November 7, 2005
The infamous Sony Rootkit fiasco, detailed at [...] is present on this CD. I have confirmed its existence on a PC that played this disc and have a very high suspicion of it as the cause of many system instabilities on that PC (still under investigation).

If you like the music and want to support Ms. Bedingfield, attend one of her concerts, but do NOT, I repeat, DO NOT BUY THIS CD!

Sony must be sent a message that their behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. In general, avoid all "CONTENT/SOPY PROTECTED" or "ENHANCED" discs. They can no longer be trusted from anyone, especially any Sony published discs.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Busy Body on December 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In 2001 Daniel Bedingfield burst onto the scene with his debut single "Gotta Get Thru This" which became a massive UK No.1 single. His album followed similar success throughout 2002 and 2003 selling more than 1 million copies. Then in 2004 as he took a break to record his new album, his young sister, Miss Natasha Bedingfield, also burst onto the scene! A lot of people were sceptical to begin with as they thought she was just cashing in on the already-famous Bedingfield name, but the music soon spoke for itself. In the UK Natasha has experienced amazing success in 2004 and I'm sure this success will only continue into 2005.

After the Top 3 success of her first two singles in the UK, Natasha released her debut album "Unwritten." It went straight to No.1 in September 2004. The album itself is, for a first album, very good indeed. The music has many elements to it that make it a memorable debut, including pop, soul, rock, indie, and dance. Natasha incorporates all these themes into the songs on this album to create something that isn't just your typical pop album, but something a little bit different - a little bit left of the middle. A lot of artists do this and can't still appeal to the mass public, but Natasha has done it effortlessly here.

The album opens with the superb "These Words." The second single to be released from the album in August 2004, this song went straight to No.1 in the UK and has become one of the year's most played radio hits. It's not hard to see why because it's a breezy, upbeat song that just flows in the beautiful choruses with Natasha's gritty vocals. "Single" is the next song, and was Natasha's debut single. She sings of being independent and on her own, but we've heard all this before from Destiny's Child, Christina, Britney, etc.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on January 9, 2006
Format: Audio CD
My first introduction to Natasha Bedingfield was when VH1 was pumping the music video for the catchy sing-a-long "These Words". I remember seeing the video and thinking..."This is such a bizarre video...dancing boom boxes? But man, this song is catchy!" My love affair for this song went into me even getting the ringtone to this song so whenever it rang I had an excuse to sing it in public! I was curious to find out what Natasha's debut album was all about and I thought, well if the first single was good, the other songs must be just as catchy and listenable. I also knew that her last name sounded very familiar and got the connection that Natasha's brother, Daniel Bedingfield had a monster hit, "Got To Get Thru This" in the US in 2000 but then dissapered, apparently I've heard he's had more success in his native UK as so with Natasha whom I'm likely to think she's like Christina Aguleria to the Brits. I wasn't sure if Natasha had adopted the same vocal and musical stylings as her older bro but going on the fact of "These Words" I snagged this album.
First off, I was STUNNED and EXCITED that this album is what alot of albums to this day are missing, MUSIC AND SUBSTANCE! "Unwritten", to me, was as if Natasha had ripped out pages from my own journal and went in the studio and crafted this pop masterpiece. "Unwritten" is like peeking into a diary and reading all the glory and horrid life tales. From start to finish "Unwritten" pleases and it's music styles jump from one genre to the next. Every song has something new and different to offer, and this album ceases to bore the living daylights out of you because it's not like all the other pop junk out there, this is REAL POP, this is what pop music is SUPPOSED to be.
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