Mistaken Identity [Bonus Tracks]

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As stated in many interviews and press releases, Mistaken Identity, the second release by Australian beauty Delta Goodrem, was fueled and inspired by a central event that occurred in the young star: her tumultuous battle with lymphoma and the struggles of remission. Therefore, it is without surprise that the second release by Goodrem is a much darker, introverted look at the pain and emotional issues handled in her life. Mistaken Identity, contrary to Goodrem's first release, Innocent Eyes, is a ballad-packed album with dramatic beats, moodier lyrics, and deeper meanings beneath the singer's icy pure vocals. The result is chilling, turning the Mandy Moore-esque tones ...
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All Music Guide - Matthew Chisling
As stated in many interviews and press releases, Mistaken Identity, the second release by Australian beauty Delta Goodrem, was fueled and inspired by a central event that occurred in the young star: her tumultuous battle with lymphoma and the struggles of remission. Therefore, it is without surprise that the second release by Goodrem is a much darker, introverted look at the pain and emotional issues handled in her life. Mistaken Identity, contrary to Goodrem's first release, Innocent Eyes, is a ballad-packed album with dramatic beats, moodier lyrics, and deeper meanings beneath the singer's icy pure vocals. The result is chilling, turning the Mandy Moore-esque tones on Goodrem's first release into haunting Celine Dion power ballads. In many cases, this transition works well. Goodrem's voice is very well suited to the adult contemporary market, and the spot-on delivery bodes well for her, since her public battle with cancer validates many of the tough topics tackled on this second release. However, since this is only Goodrem's second album, her need to be more artistically expressive at such a young age might tend to be written off as immature and vapid, particularly since words like "emotional suicide" don't fit with gorgeously talented 20-year-old starlets with enough pop potential to make up for all the schlock in the market. The album is an odd misstep in the sense that Goodrem falls far from the market that made her a pop star, and though the tunes on a song-by-song basis are probably equal on each album, this dark spin on pop music doesn't truly reflect the market where Goodrem might find the most success. Still, when the talent is too good to be denied, like on "Extraordinary Day" or "Almost Here" a duet with Irish pop singer Brian McFadden, Goodrem's sophomore outing isn't as much a slump as it is an entirely detached spin on the Australian's pop career -- a sidestep on the road to stardom that needed to be made to make sense of the pain that affected her life at such a young age. In that sense, this album is not a mistake at all; however, in terms of making Goodrem a multi-dimensional pop star, Mistaken Identity stalls her career, since it is not accessible enough to market on the bulk of mainstream radio, which could easily hold back a pop artist who needs to be as accessible as possible. However, it's quite reassuring to see a genuine talent possess such grace and maturity in the face of a health challenge that entered her life at such a young age. [This edition included bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2004
  • Label: Epic Europe
  • EAN: 5099751891598
  • Catalog Number: 518915

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Out of the Blue (4:26)
  2. 2 The Analyst (3:36)
  3. 3 Mistaken Identity (4:01)
  4. 4 Sanctuary (3:49)
  5. 5 A Little Too Late (3:30)
  6. 6 Be Strong (4:02)
  7. 7 Last Night on Earth (4:08)
  8. 8 Almost Here (3:48)
  9. 9 Miscommunication (3:38)
  10. 10 Electric Storm (4:12)
  11. 11 Extraordinary Day (4:17)
  12. 12 Fragile (4:09)
  13. 13 Disorientated (4:16)
  14. 14 You Are My Rock (3:24)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Delta Goodrem Primary Artist, Piano, Vocals, Background Vocals
Ian Thomas Drums
Jim Anton Bass
Tommy Barbarella Keyboards
Guy Chambers Organ, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Autoharp, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Moog Synthesizer
John Fields Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Matthew Gerrard Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Eliot Kennedy Bass, Guitar
The London Session Orchestra Strings
Tessa Niles Background Vocals
Phil Palmer Acoustic Guitar
Guy Pratt Bass Guitar
Frank Ricotti Glockenspiel, Marimbas, Vibes
Eric Schermerhorn Electric Guitar
Gavyn Wright Leader
Dave Arch Piano
Krish Sharma Piano, Drums
Billy Mann Guitar, Background Vocals
Andy Caine Background Vocals
Gary Barlow Keyboards
Randy Cooke Drums
Ken Chastain Percussion
Vince Pizzinga Keyboards
Dorian Crozier Drums
Adam Phillips Guitar
Ken Castain Percussion
Ashley Soan Drums
Richard Flack Tambourine
Conrad Korsch Bass
Pete Thorn Guitar
Bryan McFadden Vocals
Ami Richardson Background Vocals
Christopher Rojas Guitar, Strings
Gary Nuttall Background Vocals
Gary Nutall Background Vocals
Mark Cooper Smith Bass
Tim VanDerKuil Electric Guitar
Brian McFadden Vocals
Paul Stanborough Electric Guitar
Daniel Pearce Drums
Ash Soan Drums
David Arch Piano
Brian McLeod Drums
Jason Dering Drums
Mark Smith Bass
Stealth Strings Strings
Technical Credits
Steve Power Producer
Cathy Dennis Composer
Bridget Benenate Composer, String Arrangements
Jim Brumby Engineer
Guy Chambers Composer, Producer, Orchestral Arrangements
John Fields Producer, Engineer
Matthew Gerrard Arranger, Composer, Producer
Adrian Hannan Composer
Sally Herbert Orchestral Arrangements
Ted Jensen Mastering
Eliot Kennedy Composer
The London Session Orchestra Contributor
Ren Swan Digital Editing, Pro-Tools
Mark Taylor Producer
Mark Endert Engineer
Paul Pimsler Programming
Krish Sharma Drum Engineering, Piano Engineer
Jimmy Briggs Engineer
Billy Mann Arranger, Composer, Producer, Engineer
Robbie Adams Engineer
Gary Barlow Composer, Programming
Vince Pizzinga Arranger, Composer, Producer, Orchestral Arrangements
Michael McCoy Engineer
Richard Flack Programming, Producer, Engineer, drum programming
Paul Barry Composer
Delta Goodrem Arranger, Composer
Jason Rankins Engineer
Christopher Rojas Arranger, Composer, Engineer
Matt Vaughan Programming
Matt Bartram Engineer
Brian McFadden Composer, Duet
Paul Stanborough Digital Editing, Pro-Tools
Mat Bartram Engineer
Jim Briggs Engineer
Steve Price Engineer
Barbara Hannan Composer
Mark Taylor Composer, Producer
Phil McKellar Engineer
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