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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Okay, okay, I have my final say:

    ''Eden'' IS a pretty damn good album, being the first sequel to ''Time To Say Goodbye'' and the predecessor for ''La Luna,'' which isn't that bad to tell you the truth. I took off one star because track 4 has an ANNOYING Latin sound, but hey. Take it easy there. Must be one of those famous ''crossover'' tracks she's damn good at, but it isn't the surprising bit that ''A Question of Honour'' is. Still, with the same qualities she always had, Sarah could very well become the most successful ''cover girl'' since.....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    One day I was in K-Mart looking for a good Horror book when I stumbled across a CD listening station. I pressed Sarah Brightman's CD 'EDEN' because the cover was alluring somehow, and there I had my first mystical experience with S.B. I heard a little sample of the song 'Eden' and instantly feel in love with it. I just had to have it, so a week later I bought it and hated it dreadfully! I was embarrassed to even listen to it. I was thinking, my God, am I listening to classical music? Gross! But after grueling weeks of listening to it I slowly but surely became mesmerized by its fascinating journeys as it lured me into the music world of contemporary pop and breath taking ballets. Surely enough this is now one of my all-time favorite CD's. I mainly listen to Rock and Alternitive music but believe it or not I now listen to some classical, though to be honest with you, its not one of my favorite styles of music...I especially enjoyed her song 'Anytime, Anywhere'. In this song her soprano vocals are spine tingling and the pop chorus is hauntingly beautiful. Its pace is fast with both pop and classical. This CD is truly a must-have!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sarah Brightman Does it Again

    Sarah's angelic voice blends together some of the most beautiful songs ever written. From a blend of pop and soul to classical elegance, she reminds the listener what it means to truly be a diva.

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