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by - written on 29/08/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Frankmusik's Complete Me seems to have split opinion pretty squarely down the middle. Some are hailing this debut album as an electro-pop masterpiece, while others are proclaiming it a conveyer-belt karaoke album, devoid of talent. Somewhat controversially, I'm going to come down somewhere in the middle. Certainly those accusations of talentlessness seem a little unfair: Frank is a writer, producer and talented self-taught pianist, and many of the complaints seem to be coming from self-conscious indie hipsters. Complaints about lyrical quality may be valid, but it's no worse than the majority of chart hits and better than many. Production-wise this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I first came across the track '3 Little Words' last October and was introduced to Frankmusik. Months later and he was named as one of the freshest new talents to emerge in 2009 alongside the likes of La Roux, Florence & The Machine and Lady Gaga. Frankmusik [real name Vincent Frank] has been around in the music industry for a few years remixing tracks for the likes of Keane, Alphabeat and the Pet Shop Boys. He's recently been working on comeback material for washed up Neighbours star Holly Valance and has had a fairly mixed start to his pop career so far though only looks set to grow stronger with the recent release of his debut album 'Complete ... Read the complete review
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