The Fire - Matt Cardle Reviews
Description:Released: 29 Oct 2012 / Label: SO What?
Newest Review: ... be released from The Fire and was released on the same day as the album. The track is all about how you don't need love to ... more
Price Comparison for The Fire - Matt Cardle
Matt Cardle The Fire
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
Customer The Fire - Matt Cardle Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/11/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
This is my first ever review of a music album and I do hope that I can do it justice. I am a massive fan of Matt Cardle and I have been since the day I saw him audition for the X Factor back in 2010. I love his voice, the way he just seems like a normal guy and the fact he is easy on the eye helps too. I have bought his music, seen him tour and recently met him at an album signing and this is what prompted me to write a review on his current album The Fire. In May this year Matt Cardle and Columbia records went off in different directions and whilst I suspect this was a really challenging time for Matt personally he was signed up by an independent label ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Fire - Matt Cardle
First Blood - W.A.S.P. - Raw heavy metal New 'exclusive' tracks
It's Alive - Ramones - Fast, energetic punk rock None
We're a Happy Family - A Tribute to Ramones - Classic Ramones songs Some choices are just plain awful
Brain Drain - Ramones - A good, solid Ramones album Dee Dee's last Ramones album
Mondo Bizarro - Ramones - Dee Dee and CJ on the same album It's hard to find any
Infinity - Charice Pempengco - Some addictive Tracks, good variety leaves us wanting more!
|More products in Music Album|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|The Absinthe Dreams - Path Of No Return|
Song structure is strong, the album is always excellent to listen to.
The music is not hugely original.
|The Final Experiment - Ayreon|
Ambitious and enthusiastic rock opera for sci-fi/fantasy fans.
Confusing moral message, some really bad lyrics and some boring songs.
|Angl - Ihsahn|
Classical influences, picks up from where the last album left off.
Small sounds that don't seem like to belong in place, but that's what makes the sound complete.
|2000 Watts - Tyrese|
Great vocals, ballads
A couple of weaker uptempo tracks
|F.O.O.D. - Danny! - Hip-Hop & Rap - 2005||Deguello - ZZ Top|
Great songs, love Billy Gibbons guitar playing.
'Manic Mechanic' is a bit pants........
|Lovelife - Lush|
Some seriously great tracks
Sadly their final album
|Evacuate The Dancefloor - Cascada|
The opening and ending songs are brilliant
Very samey, not a particularly surprising album
|Hell Hath No Fury - Civet|
Music can be good on some of the songs
Fairly naff songwriting
|Don't Worry About Me - Joey Ramone|
Joey's last recordings