Tissues And Issues - Charlotte Church Reviews
Description:Genre: Folk - Welsh Folk / Artist: Charlotte Church / Audio CD released 2005-07-11 at Sony / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Ca ... more
Tissues And Issues - Charlotte Church ... Call My Name
2 Crazy Chick
4 Show A Little Faith
5 Finding My Own Way
6 Let’s Be alone
7 Easy to Forget
8 Fool No More
9 Easy Way Out
10 Casualty of Love
11 Even God
12 Confessional Song
Newest Review: ... of the album. Crazy Chick is a belter of a track and the chorus is extremely catchy. I also love the upbeat pop track called ... more
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Customer Tissues And Issues - Charlotte Church Reviews (3)
by popmusicfan - written on 26/04/12
I bought this album years ago after seeing it on sale for a cheap price in HMV. The album contains the lead single Crazy Chick which is a fast paced pop song with a subtle hint of attitude. We all know that Charlotte can sing so I don't need to comment on how good her vocals are as they are consistent throughout the duration of the album. Crazy Chick is a belter of a track and the chorus is extremely catchy. I also love the upbeat pop track called Call My Name which is similar to Crazy Chick. I love the way she sings this song and she packs in the attitude once again. Charlotte really knows how to express herself through music and this really shows throughout ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Charlotte Church first came to the public's attention in the mid-nineties when she appeared on Johnathan Ross' show giving a blinding rendition of 'Pieu Jesu'. What's so good about that you may ask? She was only 12 years old at the time... Lending her talents to opera throughout her teenage years, she began to become more rebellious and famous as she grew and eventually decided to take her music in a completly new direction and record a pop album. What followed was a perfect pop record with a handful of tracks that have her name all over them. It's about a young woman taking control of her own identity and becoming confident and comfortable in who ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/05, updated on 12/11/05 (Useful, 769 readings)
In the mid-nineties on Jonathan Ross’ talk show appeared an endearing, confident young girl who was presented to the audience as Charlotte Church. The little sweety then stood from her seat and began to sing ‘pieu jesu’. Anybody who has ever seen this footage will understand it was the beginning of something different. Out of little charlotte’s mouth came the most powerful, grown up and beautiful operatic vocal a child her age could manage…. Around ten years later she again appeared on Ross’s show. By this time the child prodigy had become an international classical star singing for the president of the united states, the pope, the queen and captured the ... Read the complete review
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