- Audio CD (March 3, 2015)
- Original Release Date: March 3, 2015
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single
- Label: Sony Legacy
- Run Time: 62 minutes
- ASIN: B00STSZC94
- Average Customer Review: 468 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,582 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Kelly Clarkson announced the release date of Piece By Piece, her sixth studio album and follow-up to 2011's Stronger. The new LP, which was preceded by the single "Heartbeat Song," is due out March 3 on RCA Records.
Piece By Piece is Clarkson's first album in over three years, although the former American Idol champ has been busy in the interim: 2012 brought a best-of compilation, Greatest Hits - Chapter One, while the following year included the release of Clarkson's first holiday album, Wrapped In Red. Clarkson also became a mom since her last official album, giving birth to River Rose last June.
"Heartbeat Song" debuted at No. 37 on last week's Hot 100 chart, The new single scored the third-best Hot 100 debut of Clarkson's 25 career entries.
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I love Piece By Piece... There is no song to skip, all of them are excellent. Everytime I listen to it, I find a new favorite.
Kelly's voice is what distances her from her pop peer group. She isn't big on image, not big on production, and won't be the one leading teens and others to new trends. What she does is continue to be herself, live her brand (smart, strong woman who is true to herself and knows exactly who she is, and what is important) and record amazing music. This is a must have for fans of Kelly, of pop, and those who appreciate the artist as much as what the music. You will not be disappointed if you are any of the above.
Invincible seems like it could be a sequel to Stronger. I think my favorite tracks are Take You High, Invincible, Piece by Piece, and Bad Reputation. Heartbeat Song is kinda overplayed tho but that can't really be helped.
I've made it through the album several times now and I love it. As someone who owns all of her albums, I can say this one is more electronic than those previously released, but not obnoxiously so. She's still rock-pop-country rolled into one and doing her thing.
My stand-out favorite is the title track, Piece by Piece. An extremely personal song, where she emotes beautifully and her vocals shine bright.