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Released on 18 February 2008

Artist: Sheryl Crow

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  1. God Bless This Mess
  2. Shine Over Babylon
  3. Love Is Free
  4. Peace Be Upon Us
  5. Gasoline
  6. Out Of Our Heads
  7. Detours
  8. Now That You're Gone
  9. Drunk With The Thought Of You
  10. Diamond Ring
  11. Motivation
  12. Make It Go Away (Radiation Song)
  13. Love Is All There Is
  14. Lullaby For Wyatt
  15. Rise Up

customer Reviews

 Average rating (9 reviews)

 The Legend that is Sheryl Crow

| | See all mangryne's reviews (35)

A new Beautiful Album with great songs.

With every new album comes greater songs and this is just perfectly Beautiful.

More than worth the price.


| | See all tinkerbell881's reviews (1)

Is it me or can I no longer buy even a Sheryl Crow CD and play it in the presence of my music loving children.There is no "advisory" label and the printed lyrics are completely different to what is on Track 10. The whole CD is very similar to old stuff and I wonder if Sheryl is so short of ideas that she has to resort to use of the "F" word. She may be trying to appeal to a different type of fan. She has certainly lost this one.

 One of my favourite albums this year

| | See all avrilrocks's reviews (4)

Don't understand how anyone could call this dull. Sheryl is one of the most tallented singer-songwriters of all time and the beutiful, poignant and meaningful songs on this album confirms this. If you're a SC fan, go but it now.

 Keep it angry!

| | See all PorkyPrimechop's reviews (9)

If what you were looking for in music was shallow, personality cult, trash, you might already know that Sheryl Crow is the wrong musician to listen to.
What you get here is a supremely crafted set of songs, none of which pull any punches. There are no barriers between musical genres and careful listeners can hear the influence of many great musicians and tunes from all avenues of popular music. The result is poignant and rich but demanding.
Her direct expression of political commitment to peace, justice and freedom are more "Lennon" and certainly not "Lenin" inspired. As such they are tempered with inspiration and constructed with compassion to nurture not preach.

 Sadly disappointing

| | See all dafy13's reviews (1)

I am a life long fan of Sheryl and have all her records - but can't help but be a little disappointed in this new album, all the songs sound the same and are quite frankly boring. i've bought it in support of Sheryl but if I wasn't such a collector of her work I seriously doubt i'd have paid for this.