Pocket Full Of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop - Dance Pop / Artist: Natasha Bedingfield / Import / Audio CD released 2008-01-22 at Epic / Disc #1 ... more
Pocket Full Of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield ... Tracklisting
1 Put Your Arms Around Me
2 Pocketful of Sunshine
4 Love Like This - Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Kingston
5 Piece of Your Heart
7 Say It Again
11 Who Knows
12 Pirate Bones
13 Not Givin' Up
Newest Review: ... downloads in the US i think it speaks for itself, it's is fun and it's vibrant and i think in the recession right now a song ... more
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Customer Pocket Full Of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield Reviews (5)
by - written on 28/01/08 (Very useful, 788 readings)
I am not a huge Natasha fan but having heard a few of the tracks from this album and mostly liking what I heard I figured it would be a good album to pop on when getting ready for a night out, doing the housework or relaxing in the bath so I added it to my collection. Pocket full of sunshine is classed as most of Natasha's work is as being in the R&B/pop genre but this album is not as simple as that. There`s real soul to a lot of the tracks and a touch of reggae to be had also especially in the album's first single, "Love like This", which features Sean Kingston. The track listings. 1, "Put Your Arms around Me" - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/08 (Very useful, 264 readings)
Natasha Bedingfield is an English Singer/Songwriter from London. Her first album 'Unwritten' was recorded in 2004 and her second album 'N.B.' was released in the April of 2007 in the UK and Ireland. In the U.S. however, her second album is entitled 'Pocket Full of Sunshine' and whilst it features six tracks from the album 'N.B.', seven of the tracks are completely new. As I understand it, the new tracks were recorded in order to make the album appeal more to the American market as it was not believed that the 'N.B.' album would do well in the U.S. I feel that this album from Natasha Beddingfield benefits greatly from having been completely re-marketed for release in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/08 (Very useful, 266 readings)
"Pocket Full of Sunshine" is technically the third album release from British singer Natasha Bedingfield, however it's not actually been released in the UK and is only available online or by importing from America. Six of the tracks are present on "N.B." which was her second album release in the UK but this album never made it to America, instead they repackaged it with seven new tracks and renamed it "Pocket Full of Sunshine." Her first album was released back in 2004 and certainly made its presence felt in the charts with a mixture of pop and r n b sounds. She sold over 2.5 million copies of it worldwide and I felt it was a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Natasha Bedingfield is back with her third album, although it'd probably be more accurate to call it her second-and-a-half, because Pocketful Of Sunshine is a mix of six tracks carried over from second UK studio record NB and seven new tracks recorded for the US market. Opener Put Your Arms Around Me is nothing short of stunning. From the soft, infectious beat at the beginning to the perfect, memorable chorus, this is a work of art; pop at it's simplistic best. Next comes title track Pocketful Of Sunshine. This has sold 2 million downloads in the US for a reason - it's madly catchy melody and fabulous layered vocals combine to make for the pop song of 2008, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Even though i dont live in the USA, i have heard this. It's Natasha really realising that the UK dont care anymore and the USA is where i have to go now. She didnt just send out carbon copy's of her UK N.B record she spiced it up with even better songs and went over herself too. Put Your Arms Around me, is a pleasant opener just like How Do You Do? on N.B - Pocketful of Sunshine has done so well on radio and downloads in the US i think it speaks for itself, it's is fun and it's vibrant and i think in the recession right now a song like that is needed to cheer up a doom and gloomy USA - atcually echo that for Love Like This with Sean (brillant BTW) and Happy ... Read the complete review
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