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All The Lost Souls

Released on 17 September 2007

Artist: James Blunt

4.0 out of 5 (65 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Comment: JAMES BLUNT All The Lost Souls (2008 Asian issue 10-track CD album - produced by Tom Rothrock James Blunt returns with a dynamic immaculate back-to-basics album of addictive melodies and distinctive vocals; instantaneous and hook-laden it boasts several road-tested favourites featuring the rousing single 1973 Same Mistake and the dazzling I Really Want You with other highlights including the deftly captivating Annie & the blazing One Of The Brightest Stars sealed picture sleeve)

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  1. 1973
  2. One Of The Brightest Stars
  3. I'll Take Everything
  4. Same Mistake
  5. Carry You Home
  6. Give Me Some Love
  7. I Really Want You
  8. Shine On
  9. Annie
  10. I Can't Hear The Music

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 Average rating (65 reviews)


| | See all kriseetee's reviews (2)

I must say, i absolutely loved the first album...great summer tunes and a real feel good album in which every song had something about it!

This album however i really thought was terrible, i bought it...and threw it in my car for an hour long drive! a great start with 1973 and this left me thinking the album would be great!

After a few repetetive boring songs i thought it would pick up...but no no no james! I couldnt beleive how every song that followed has about 3-4 lines in it which are jus repeated through each song!???

Are you serious...jus really really boring and annoying!

The cd was promply ejected and in turn thrown out the window!

Thankyou for listening!


| | See all JeffJG's reviews (5)

As one reviewer has written, is it James Blunt's fault his music has been so overplayed? The guy scoring him as a one clearly doesn't like his music and therefore adds no value to this section, just simply slates him. For what it's worth, the guy is an amazing singer with a very unique voice and a vocal range beyond most dross on the radio. 1973 is another strong song and i think the album will be another bestseller. I'd like to see a little more variation on his tones, very melancholy, which i like but even REM did some real "dance around" tunes and i hope the album has some upbeat elements. If you've not bought Back to Bedlam yet, you need to. Most of those who say he's rubbish are only saying it to stand out as they have no personality themselves with which to stand out by!

 stop this man

| | See all wiseandwelsh's reviews (1)

please don't buy this album, if you give this man money it will only encourage him to make more of this awful noise. it's up to you to make a stand!

 Blunt has done it again!

| | See all Captain2's reviews (62)

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I was lucky enough to get my hands on this album a week before the release date.
I have had a run through the album and I can say... it's not bad! I remember when 'Back to Bedlam' was released and was immediately becoming a top seller. I can see the same thing happening to 'All the Lost Souls'.
Favourite track on the album has to be 'One of the Brightest Stars' with the brilliant piano opening.

 A fantastic album

| | See all NoNicknameHere's reviews (1)

James Blunt has returned with another superb album! I would even go as far as saying that this CD is better than "Back to Bedlam."
This is full of great tracks, including the ever-famous "1973", but several great new ones. "One of the Brightest Stars", "Same Mistake", "Give Me Some Love", "Annie" and "I'll Take Everything" are some of the best!

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