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Released on 17 November 2008

Artist: Tom Jones

(5 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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  1. I'm Alive
  2. If He Should Ever Leave You
  3. We Got Love
  4. Feels Like Music
  5. Give A Little Love
  6. The Road
  7. In Style And Rhythm
  8. Sugar Daddy
  9. Seasons
  10. Never
  11. The Hitter
  12. Seen That Face
  13. 24 Hours

customer Reviews

 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Awesome

| | See all Mazza31's reviews (1)

Long awaited Tom CD, awesome as ever can't wait for hime to tour again here in Uk, he makes you proud to be Welsh.

 Great CD

| | See all supertrouper's reviews (17)

Not a big Tom Jones fan, but I came across this CD by accident and I really love it especially the 2nd track 'if she should ever leave you'

 Go on and do it. You can't abuse it!

| | See all anarchistdesign's reviews (3)

I listened to the album 1st time round and the smooth welsh operator has done it again. He has gone one better than Reload. The album is a bright smooth polished piece of perfection. Don a sharp suit, make a manhattan and get your earbuds round it. I 'will' be throwing my underwear to the sound of this.

 One of the best voices in pop music

| | See all Egigol's reviews (4)

I've been a great Tom Jones's fan since reload,
He is great and better than most of the new singers on the scene.

 I'm Alive!!!

| | See all bazz1999's reviews (15)

I'm not a fan of Tom, but since Reload, he's got my attention. I bought this on the strength of Reload and love it. Great songs, great voice, great album. Almost all songs are great. I won't be throwing my underwear at Tom just yet or ever, but love the CD.

Well done Tom. Keep belting them out.