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All I Ever Wanted

March 10, 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: March 6, 2009
  • Release Date: March 10, 2009
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 50:27
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  • ASIN: B001V7FZII
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 281 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,241 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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If you're looking for a really diverse, and FUN CD to listen to, then look no further than this!

First, I am a Kelly Clarkson fan, have been since I first saw her on American Idol back in 2002. I've actually really enjoyed all her albums, but felt she really hit her groove with Breakaway, and then continued to surprise and delight me with her last outing, My December.

This CD bridges both worlds, it plays to her harder edge, the one she explored more fully on My December and mixes it up with the poppier and more radio-friendly melodies she displayed on Breakaway - and the result is a smash! All I Ever Wanted is one of those rare CD's, you know, the kind where all the songs are good, and you don't skip past alot of them when listening to it.

On All I Ever Wanted, Kelly displays versatility, most of the songs styles are pretty different, but all of them are held together by one of the surest and strongest voices in pop today. She co-wrote about half the CD, but this time, chose to collaborate with writers who have a greater ability to provide her with the memorable, and yes, more hooky arrangements and melodies that we will undoubtfully be listening to for the greater part of 2009.

My favorite songs change with each listen, an amazing thing! Right now the standout tracks are I Do Not Hook Up, All I Ever Wanted, Cry, Long Shot, Already Gone and If I Can't Have You... However, I find it interesting that if I had written this review yesterday, I might have chosen other songs...

Is it glossy and aimed at radio? Absolutely! But her voice and her personality shines throughout each cut, and I have to wonder...is there anything that she CAN'T sing?
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Ever wait for an artist only to be disappointed? Ever buy a CD put it in the player and 12 songs later in they all sound the same? Well that will not happen with this CD! I've been listening to this over on the MTV leaked site for 3 days. It was a bit of a jolt the first time through. "Wow, what the heck was that?" There is so much variety on this CD, you might think it was different artists or someone switched the CD while you raided the ref. But it's all Kelly. Just like we love her, plus some more. Big vocals, catchy beat, some funny stuff, some pop, some rock, a little techno, one even "contemporary Christian sounding." It's got anthems, ballads, the classic Kelly Jilted Love Songs... One thing it is NOT is country. Whatever buffoon started that "Kelly's next album is going to be country" rumor last year has egg all over his or her face. So I'm calling this Kelly Plus. It's true Kelly Clarkson, plus some extra stuff we didn't expect. Totally Cool Beans Kelly.

Added: I just had to add a couple of things. $9.99? Holy smokes. I thought that was a pre-release only price and that it'd jump up after release. If you want to get this CD, now is the time. (And you will, trust me. Once you hear some of these songs on the radio, you'll be wishing you bought it now. :)

Also, you can d/l Sucks from walmart for free. Goto Kelly's website (kellyofficial) and look for the "dove" ad.

Prediction: I Want You will be a #1 single, (You just can't get it out of your head. :) ) and Long Shot, Impossible, Ready, all have excellent chances to get in the top 10. If I Can't Have You will be a big dance hit. (Reminds me of Terri Nunn/Berlin, but better.
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I believe that Kelly Clarkson (and her people) reconsidered her image after her last album, "My December". I thought it was her best yet, but some found it to be too dark and strident. Thus, a compromise was effected. The first 4 tracks on "All I Ever Wanted" are pretty much safe, formulaic pop - good enough, because Kelly is a terrific vocalist, and she is obviously surrounded by talented collaborators. These 4 were probably designed to attract those who were not pleased with "My December". But it seems that after track #4, she said, "Enough. I want diversity." So, with track #5, the title track, the diversity begins.

The funny thing is, that one sounds like it would have been right at home on "My December": a little dark, a little hard. And from this point on, each track was a pleasant surprise to me on the first listen. Some resemble those on "My December", such as "If I Can't Have You", which also leans toward early 80's New Wave. When I reviewed "My December", I mentioned Pat Benatar. Pat's spirit is invoked again on "WhyYaWannaBringMeDown", in its tone, aggressive vocal and guitar work. But other tracks are softer while still showing growth and creativity. "Ready" has a musical intro so light and breezy that I almost expect Simon & Garfunkel to start singing, "Slow down, you're movin' too fast/You got to make the morning last...Feelin' groovy." "Already Gone" is one of those rare pop confections that is nearly perfect: confessional lyrics, very catchy melody, emotional vocal delivery. I hear this song every day on the radio and never, never get tired of it.
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