Colours - Christine Guldbrandsen Reviews
Description:Artist: Christine Guldbrandsen / Genre: World Music / Label: MBN Music Business Norway / Release Date: 2011
Newest Review: ... and in the same way it manages to capture a story. However, again, Christine is stuck in that undeveloped sound. Consistent ... more
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by - written on 22/04/11, updated on 22/04/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Christine's last album 'Christine' was her first Norweigen album released in 2007, a year after her Eurovision participation, and where I discovered her music. Four years later, she returns with English album 'Colours', which she says is a development of her sound. ~~~ALBUM COVER~~~ The cover for this album is perhaps too literal. Whilst Christine looks super pretty and soft, the face paint really doesn't work and the font is ridiculously tacky. Had she just kept her face clear and used a different font, this would've been a stunningly simply album cover. ~~~TRACKLIST~~~ Her new album contains ten tracks, nine of which are ... Read the complete review
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