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Got No Place To Go - Gabriella Cilmi - Lessons To Be Learned + Ten (CD, Album, Album)


2012
Label: Universal Music Group International - 600753377819 • Series: 2 For 1 • Format: CD Album, Reissue CD Album, Enhanced, Reissue All Media Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Soul, Europop, Disco, Synth-pop
Got No Place To Go - Gabriella Cilmi - Lessons To Be Learned + Ten (CD, Album, Album)

 · U.K.-based Australian teenager Gabriella Cilmi released her debut album at the end of March to critical acclaim but not much public notice. However, as is often the case, word of mouth spread slowly and the album built into a Top Ten hit as more people discovered it. Having co-written all of the tracks with the production team of Xenomania /10(38).

a few more studio tracks don't want to go to bed now, original version of got no place to go not on the U.S. edition, messy and sorry. only difference is round and round is not on the special edition. 2nd disc is live & acoustic ep. Gabriella Cilmi and her band sounds excellent live/5(19).

The first song of Gabriela Cilmi "Lessons to be Learned" borders on great. The second song is good. Both are mixed too loud. The rest of the album is mixed even louder, to the point that it is unlistenable. She has a distinctive voice that people will either love or hate, but this album is not fair to her/5(19).

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Fell Posted on  10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

Lessons To Be Learned is a diverse bag. Produced by Xenomania (Girls Aloud, Sugababes) it's seemingly influenced by everyone from Stevie Wonder to the Kings of Leon, though it'll inevitably draw the most comparisons to Amy Winehouse, thanks to Cilmi's soaring vocals, the record's modern-Motown feel and Xenomania's bright, punchy production/5(19).

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