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Fall To Grace

Released on 28 May 2012

Artist: Paloma Faith

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  1. Picking Up The Pieces
  2. 30 Minute Love Affair
  3. Black & Blue
  4. Just Be
  5. Let Me Down Easy
  6. Blood, Sweat & Tears
  7. Beauty Of The End
  8. When You're Gone
  9. Agony
  10. Let Your Love Walk In
  11. Freedom
  12. Streets Of Glory

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Buy this album!

| | See all Goldielox's reviews (1)

I bought this album on the strength of the single Picking up the Pieces and Paloma's striking voice. I can only say that I am blown away by this album, the variety of styles, strength of vocals and great production are fast making it my favourite CD of the year and maybe in my all time top ten too.

The songs are lyrically interesting and performed to perfection, the single is a great introduction and then every track just draws you in.

I am now thinking of buying Paloma's other CD as this one is just so damn good. You will not regret making this purchase

 Brilliant Album!

| | See all Justjamesb's reviews (35)

Pre-ordered this album back in May and could not stop listening to it
It's a brilliant album probably the best of the year. I like every track on the album particularly. Picking Up The Pieces, Blood Sweat and Tears, Agony and 30 Minute Love Affair.
If you like proper music brilliant vocals and great lyrics you will love this album it should have been a UK No1 album but it unfortunately just missed out.

 Not Quite As Good As the First Album

| | See all ChrisEyre's reviews (3)

Performance absolutely great but the songs, whilst they continue to deliver originality in words, do not have that same unique zany variety and musical quality that hooked me with the first album (Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful?). However, she is brilliant and I forgive her this slighty loss of form and am still glad I bought the album.