Newest Review: ... years ago now so it does sound a little dated, however the album is mainly full of feel good songs so it does cheer me up when I listen t... more
A decent poppy album from a 90s/ 2000s boyband
Here We Come - A1
Author Name: popmusicfan
Here We Come - A1
Advantages: A decent pop album
Disadvantages: A little dated
I bought this album a few years ago when I seen it in a bargain bin for £1.50.
The album is well produced and well executed. I can't really class these guys as a "boyband" as they write some of their own songs and play their own instruments. The album what released over ten years ago now so it does sound a little dated, however the album is mainly full of feel good songs so it does cheer me up when I listen to it. It's very upbeat and cheerful.
There's a lovely ballad on the album which is called Everytime. Yes, the song is a little cheesy, however it's nice and it's worth a listen. Plus the boys sing it really well and I love Ben's vocals on the song. It's a little bit like something the Backstreet Boys release, following the same boyband theme. There's another couple of ballads on the album but this ballad is my favourite. Like A Rose is a positive love song but it's not as good as Everytime.
As for upbeat songs there's Summertime Of Our Lives which is a very poppy song that sounds both fresh and summery. It's another song that cheers me up when I hear it and it reminds me of summer when I was younger. I also love Be The First To Believe which was their debut single. This is a very fresh sounding song with a catchy chorus and easy to learn dance moves.
The album contains ballads, uptempo songs and songs that just wanna make you get up and dance.
Worth a listen.
Summary: Worth a listen