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This DVD includes 2 music videos and making of the videos, backstage footage from Jonas Brothers, 2008 Burnin' Up Tour footage, live performance, behind the scenes & photo slideshow from Album Photoshoot, plus: never before seen studio footage recording P
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Anyway, many of these tracks are fun but some of the highlights are the ballad "Don't Forget" which is a track about a relationship that came to a screeching halt and the unforgettable "La La Land" which I'd award a perfect 5 in the nature of the album itself. There are a bunch of upbeat songs on the record. The main thing I like about this album is that it's filled with pop rock anthems. The themes are teen-oriented issues and such. Much better than Selena Gomez's first album. Mostly because it can be taken a bit more seriously and Demi's voice is leagues better. A very good album in the vein of Kelly Clarkson's Breakaway or Ashlee Simpson's Autobiography but with an overall lighter approach and feel. Completely recommended and then some.
The Deluxe version is the one I bought and it's worth it. It has alternate cover art which is darker and features Demi in a more feminine light. The album name is nowhere to be found on the front of the cover. It just says Demi Lovato on the cover. The extras include behind the scene stuff with Demi and the Jonas Brothers goofing off, short making of's for a music video or two and photos. Overall, I think it's a much better purchase than the standard edition.
She really revealed her artistry, and opened up about how she really felt.
Doesn't sound like a typical Disney artist, both in vocals and in lyrical content.
I would recommend this album to pop listeners that enjoy a little substance in their music!
I feel that while "Don't Forget" is good there is a spot like "Party" that's better left off. It sounds ok and all but it's not really one of the best or strongest songs on the cd. I enjoyed "Don't Forget" and "La La Land" to name a couple songs.
This is a nice debut for Demi Lovato and just might check her out in the future.
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