CD Unwritten [Natasha Bedingfield] [828767156422] (CD 6278072),
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Unwritten [Natasha Bedingfield] [828767156422]

  • 1. These Words
    2. Single
    3. Unwritten
    4. Silent Movie
    5. Stumble
    6. Peace Of Me
    7. If You're Gonna Jump
    8. Drop Me In The Middle
    9. We're All Mad In Our Way
    10. I Bruise Easily
    11. One That Got Away, The
    12. Size Matters
    13. Wild Horses
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 82876-71564-

  • Credits
    ProducerSam Miller; Jared Robbins; Chris Steffen; Michael Perfitt; Kieron Menzies; Glenn Pittman; Rob Haggett; Michael Tafaro; Nathan Winkler; P-Dub Walton; David Treahem; Joe Lobato; Steve Mustarde; Danielle Brisebois; David Channing; Owen Skinner; Greg Wells; Guy Chambers; Joe Chiccarelli; Andrew Frampton; Patrick Leonard; Richard Flack; Ryan Freeland; Steven Kipner; Wayne Rodrigues; Natasha Bedingfield; Nick Lashley; Wayne Wilkins; Steve McMillan; Lee Groves

    Personnel: Simon Hill, Ryan Collins, Paul Stanborough, Paul Hermann, Jessi Collins, Danielle Brisebois, Dave Catlin-Birch, Nikola Bedingfield, Estelle, Greg Wells, Guy Chambers, J. Curtis, Joey Waronker, Justin Clayton, Keith Andes, Keith Crouch, Andrew Frampton, Patrick Leonard, Paul Gordon, Richard Black, Shelly Peiken, Suzie Katayama, Tim Pierce, Tony Hodson, Wayne Rodriguez, Larry Corbett, Nick Ingman, David Low , Gavyn Wright, Mark Johns, Nick Lashley, Josephina Vergara, Michele Richards, Wayne Wilkins, Chris Brown , Andrew Duckles.
    Audio Mixers: Manny Marroquin; John Hill; Greg Wells; Mark "Spike" Stent; Andrew Frampton; Peter Wade Keusch; Wayne Wilkins; Brian Malouf.
    Much less dance-oriented than her brother Daniel's records, Natasha Bedingfield's impressive debut album is closer to a UK version of Kelly Clarkson's similarly masterful sophomore release, BREAKAWAY. Although UNWRITTEN unashamedly has its roots in mainstream chart pop--it's only degrees away from the likes of Jessica and Ashlee Simpson--Bedingfield's strong vocals (alternately flirty and commanding) and personal, quirky lyrics turn songs like "Single" and the title track into frothy but substantial gems, while the soaring opener "These Words" could well be the perfect summer single.
    Throughout, the production is pleasantly gimmicky, with neat touches like the slide guitar and echoed vocals in the intro of "Silent Movie," and most importantly, the songs don't sound like they've had all the personality focus-grouped out of them in the manner of so many similar records. UNWRITTEN is a startlingly good example of glossy, commercial pop music circa 2005, and a rebuke to those who feel that successful pop records must by definition be irritating fluff.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (No. 833, p.74) - "...[T]hink a softer Pink at her peak, grrrly but less steely." - Grade: B plus
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