Thursday, 10 March 2011

Music Review - New Album from Adele's '21'

Adele ,the English singer-songwriter who has just released her second new album '21' released on February 22, 2011 stands firm at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart for a second week, , according to Nielsen SoundScan.The outstanding result prove that the glamorous 22 yrs old singer is again gaining her international acclaim for her unique voice and sharp songwriting.

With a little over 520,000 albums sold in two weeks, "21" has immediately become the year's best selling album in US.

Margaret Wappler of the Los Angeles Times was equally as excited for the accomplishments of 21 — and looked forward to whatever Adele would be up to next (just as long as her collaborators are on board too). "Overall, 21 shows that Adele, now 22, is towering in the same landscape where some of her contemporaries.

Complete track list:

1. Rolling In The Deep 
2. Rumor Has It 
3. Turning Tables 
4. Don't You Remember
5. Set Fire To The Rain 
6. He Won't Go 
7. Take It All 
8. Ill Be Waiting 
9. One & Only 
10. Lovesong 
11. Someone Like You 
12. I Found A Boy (Bonus Track) 
13.  Rolling In The Deep (Live At Largo) (Pre Ordered Version Only) 

There are many worthy tracks on "21," like the first song in the album, ''Rolling in the Deep''.
The song which played by Neil Cowley features ''martial beats''and ''pounding piano chords.The other song such as Rick Rubin-produced "He Won't Go," with its elegant piano and ticking beat, and the softly sentimental "Turning Tables" which is one of my favorite song. 

One of those songs, "I'll Be Waiting'', highlights Adele's  resiliency .Produced by Paul Epworth and co-written with Adele, "I'll Be Waiting" is a neo-soul sashay, swishing with confidence and brio, and it inspires the singer to push her vocal expressions into sweet howls reminiscent of Dusty Springfield, another Brit deeply influenced by American country.

Here's some other nice sentimental song of Adele's ''21'':

       ''Some like you''


         ''Turning Tables''

           ''One and Only''

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