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A Little More Personal (RAW)

December 6, 2005 | Format: MP3

$5.00
Also available in CD Format
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 5, 2005
  • Release Date: December 6, 2005
  • Label: Casablanca Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2005 Casablanca Music, LLC
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  • Total Length: 43:15
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  • ASIN: B000W15DDQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 409 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,707 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
A good album to sing along to, Lindsay's sophomore release is perhaps best downloaded (LEGALLY please :-) ) as individual tracks after you listen to clips online. A lot of the songs are mediocre, but the good ones are REALLY good. As in, I had them on REPEAT for weeks. The breakdown:

1. "Confessions of a Broken Heart": powerful retelling of her broken relationship with her father. Memorable chorus. 8/10.

2. "Black Hole": Very relatable "why did you change, we're not in love anymore" breakup-ish song. Some of the lyrics don't rhyme, which seems kind of like a lack of effort on the writers' part, and some seem cliche: "I don't need those sneakers or that money after all/I'll trade them for an old message you called." Average to kind of good--6/10.

3. "I Live For the Day": Catchy, uptempo rock-y song, one of my favorites. About wanting your ex back and also wanting him to pay for what he did. 9/10

4. "I Want You to Want Me": a cover. Personally, I think the vocals here are a tiny bit weak. 4/10

5. "My Innocence": I guess you'd call it a rock ballad? Again talking about her father. Like somebody else said, reminds me of Christina Aguilera's "Fighter" but slower and a little sweeter. Some of the lyrics are weak: "You took my innocence away/I never had a chance to/You broke me in with your mistakes" She never had a chance to what? 4/10.

6. "Little More Personal": If you think of this as a song about getting more real with her fans, it would have worked better as an intro to the album, because there aren't any really deep confessions that are personal on this song. But if you look more at the verses than the chorus, it seems to be directed at a love interest, and it works better that way.
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This is an awesome album! Run...don't walk to buy it (I did) and believe me it's worth it! L.Lo rocks out on this album with personal songs like secret windows into her life, you'll definitely feel deep and fall in love with this CD. I'm surprised but so proud that she seems to be coming into her own style of music, instead of just dishing out the same been said a million Xs before type pop songs..(as everyone else seems to be doing). Just get it, ASAP!

My favorite songs so far

1.Confessions of a Broken Heart

2. Black Hole

3.I Live for the Day

4.My Innocence

5.A Little More Personal

6. If it's Alright

7.If You Were Me

8. Edge of Seventeen

9.A Beautiful Life (and that's more then 1/2 of the album so it's definitely worth the buy!
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I'm guessing that it'll be a cold day in Hell before critics ever begin to truly take Lindsay Lohan's multi-faceted artistic side seriously. Ok, so she's not rebelling against Pop culture and The President like Pink, hopping across multiple music genres like Nelly Furtado, gyrating her hips to obscurely intelligent poetry like Shakira or bringing sexy back like Justin Timberlake, but her increasingly improving vocals still hold so much emotional weight that it puts posers like Hilary Duff and Ashlee Simpson to shame, as is the case with her stellar sophomore effort, "A Little More Personal (Raw)".

Can you honestly imagine either of those artists delivering a song like "Confessions Of A Broken Heart", an uncompromisingly honest and raw piano-guitar ballad that gives listeners a crystal-clear insight into Lindsay's tumultuous daughter-father relationship? Or how about "Fastlane" a speedy fast-paced Pop-Rock gem that lets listeners in on her life as a celebrity, minus the "Rumours"-esque anger? What about the optimistic rawness of "A Beautiful Life (La Bella Vita)", a stunning pop-rock ballad where Lindsay emotionally acknowledges that, despite the downs in her life, she still has a great life? My answer...I insincerely doubt it!

If you're willing to combine these captivatingly vulnerable moments with the Dance/Pop/Rock of the infectious lustiness of "Who Loves You", the emotionally driven Pop-Rock angst of the two heartbreak power ballads "Black Hole" & "I Live For The Day" and two hearty covers of "I Want You To Want Me" and "Edge Of Seventeen" (Cheap Trick and Stevie Nicks, respectively), the ending result is a thoroughly intriguing listen which combines youthful energy with raw emotion.
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Four ROCKING Stars!! Lindsay, Rocks! On my third pass thru 'my first' LL CD, she gains another star. And it gets better and better. Her beautiful rangy voice is on target, while still leaving 'room to grow' for the future, which is bright based on this CD. (Had to delete my previous review b/c Amazon won't let you upgrade star ratings any other way.)

Her dad is obviously on her mind as she deals, not two, but to my ears, four savvy songs in his direction, reaching out and looking back at the same time. And she's not beyond covering some pretty well known songs from the past, from none other than Stevie Nicks and Cheap Trick, with personal versions of a whirlwind "Edge of Seventeen" and a tricky "I Want You To Want Me", both are totally enjoyable.

My personal favorites are the title track: "A Little More Personal", It just plain rocks hard; "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)"; "If It's Alright" is fiery and wonderful; and "Who Loves You" and "A Beautiful Life" are incandescent, full of intensity. WoW ! What a voice!!

The 'Piece D'Resistance' is a poignant, rocking ballad called "My Innocence". She generates a great deal of heat and emotion, while pushing the song hard. A rocking, bluesy ballad that deserves a place on my special cassette tape. It's a keeper!

I think Lindsay Lohan is well on her way to being a big force in the singing world, if that's what she wants. Let's hope so! Good for you, Lindsay, keep steppin' up your game. Highly Recommended!!' Four ROCKING Stars.

(NOTE: This review is based on the 14 track ITunes CD download: track 13 is a digital booklet with song verses and 8 great pictures, track 14 is a remix of "Confesssions...". This downloading is great.)
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