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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Reality Entertainment/ Sony
Catalog Number: PRT 516276 2
|5.||When You Come Back To Me||4:02|
|6.||What Is Me||3:18|
|7.||Lift It Up||4:11|
|8.||Why Don't You Love Me?||4:00|
|10.||If I Loved You||4:17|
|Total Running Time:||39:44|
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|From: runha||Date: July 4, 2005 at 4:56|
|popish and a little bit boring album from one of the greatest female singers around......check out her newest album instead...(do yo miss me)|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: July 6, 2005 at 3:09|
|Indeed, dull & lifeless this one. It livens up in the middle a little with some classy tunes but is generally just too laid-back to be of any interest to anyone on this site. James Christian was heavily involved in this so is a surprise it's so lacking in balls. Great vocals though. 5/10.|
|From: jstoyz||Date: February 4, 2009 at 0:44|
|This is actually a very good comtemporary pop album. Robin's vocals are soulful and, like always, she sings with passion. Though laid back, I much prefer these songs to stuff from the likes of Jessica/Ashley Simpson, Britney, Christina Aguilera, etc.. In fact, a couple of tracks could fit in nicely on a pop country album. Maybe she, her husband, etc. were trying to expand her "brand" and reach new audiences....All that said, I MUCH PREFER her AOR albums, which is where she established her roots and really belongs IMO.....Jeff.|
|From: lukemaz||Date: October 10, 2013 at 0:25|
|Jeff, her roots are in disco and soul not AOR, check out her album Sweet Talk from 1979. She belongs in AOR but I know artists don't prefer being put into specific genres and being assumed they will stay put pumping out great tunes. I'll have to give this album another try, it didn't catch me with anything but 1 song called "My Life". I feel like this album was marketed for the Lifetime channel with its pop vibes and lyrics of intriguing life inspirations. All Robin needs to so is release a Christian (not James Christian) music album. Had she followed this album up with such a thing I wouldn't have been surprised.|
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