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Album’s Single Review: Demi Lovato “Don’t Forget” and “Here We Go Again”

Don’t Forget (album)
“Don’t Forget” is the initial album by Demi Lovato away from Disney stuff she did. Most of the songs were pop rock, like most Disney stars do. But this album is groundbreaking doing good sounds which is not the same as what she portrayed on Disney programs. The album did well in the US when it reached number 2 in Billboard 200.

Get Back
“Get Back” is a pop rock song in an upbeat pace. It’s about gping back to the good old days, like reminiscing stuff. It went to number 43 in Billboard Hot 100.
Rate: 7.0 out of 10

La La Land
“La La Land” is another pop rock song from “Don’t Forget” album. It sounded quite slower than the previous one and I think even better. The song though, peaked at lower number 52 in Billboard singles chart, but a top 40 hit in United Kingdom.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10

Don’t Forget
“Don’t Forget” is a beautiful song which starts at a slower pace and gets louder at the last chorus.  It is the best single released from the album and was Demi’s highest charting single from the album after reaching 41 in Billboard Hot 100.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10

Here We Go Again (album)
Demi Lovato released “Here We Go Again” to be her official secind album. The album again contained pop rock song, but there’s a slight touch of punk on it. The album became her first US number 1 album.

“Here We Go Again”
The title track is a good song but I don’t think it is way better than “Don’t Forget” track. The song was her biggest hit at that time though after reaching the top 15 of Billboard Hot 100.
Rate: 7.5 out of 10

Remember December
“Remember December” was released as the final single, and just the second, from “Here We Go Again” album. I can sense the sound of Hayley Williams of Paramore from the song. However, it failed to chart in Billboard.
Rate: 7.75 out of 10

Credits: Billboard / OCC / Wikipedia

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Album’s Single Review: Spice Girls “Spice”

Spice Girls has invaded the world market and became phenomenal since 1996 until the departure of Geri Halliwell in 1998. This record has become a global smash going multiplatinum in numerous territories. The album has beautiful pop songs with slices of R&B, rap, and synth. We had this album before, and had enjoyed the tunes on ten tracks. The album is among the best sellers worldwide.

This a good way to start a career, a track that can stay in your mind after listening to it. The song which is dance pop with rap flavor is very catchy even ignoring the ‘zigazig ah’ stuff. It served as an introductory song and can relate to friendships. The song was eventually a smashing single worldwide when it reached number one in every country it entered.
Rate: 9.0 out of 10

Say You’ll Be There
After a very upbeat single “Wannabe”, this slightly upbeat song followed. It has R&B flavor and still danceable as performed by the girls. It went to number one in many countries again, and became their second in UK. While in America, it settled at third position.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10

2 Become 1
The girls went ballad this time with this pop melodic song with synths. Though, this song is about a guy and girl romance. It was eventually the girls third worldwide hit. In UK, it was their third album to reach number one while it settled at top 4 in US months ago.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10

I love this song because it is meant for the mothers since I have soft spot when it comes to mothers. The pop track has beautiful melody with nicely played guitar. It was the A-side track of “Who Do You Think You Are?” as a single which became a hit and their fourth consecutive number 1 single in UK.
Rate: 9.25 out of 10

Who Do You Think You Are?
This was the B-side track of “Mama”. The “superstar” song os upbeat and a perfect song in clubs. It was a hit as a side-track single with “Mama”.
Rate: 8.25 out of 10

Credits: Wikipedia / Billboard / OCC

Video from YouTube