Down to Earth [B&N Exclusive Version]

Down to Earth [B&N Exclusive Version]

by Jem
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Down to Earth 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoyed Jem Griffiths' debut album FINALLY WOKEN then there is no reason to dislike her followup. EARTH is a pleasant listen from start to finish. Many of the songs are midtempo chillout electronica numbers, with a few sappy ballads mixed in. Jem embarasses herself with club tune &quot Aciid!!!&quot , sounding like a desperate attempt at street cred. She sounds so much better as a sexy, breezy chanteuse. EARTH's lyrics are of the self-empowerment variety all &quot Kumbaya, let's all hold hands&quot shlock. But overall Jem's sophmore disc is likeable ear candy and better than 90% of the crap that passes off as music nowadays.
AbbyGA More than 1 year ago
It's interesting to me that the editorial review knocks Jem for having a diverse and unique sound - that is exactly what makes her so wonderful to listen to. Every song is a unique creation, centered around Jem's love for deep bass and rhythm, which just happens to be what contemporary listeners love as well. I applaud her talent, and I enjoy every song on this new album just as much as I enjoy her songs on Finally Woken. I also love Jem the person - she signed my CD in an Atlanta debut concert, and I was enchanted by her lovely British accent, her courtesy to each fan, and her lovely smile. I felt as though Jem was the rock star in me, the living embodiment of what we all wish we could do. I am forever a fan, and a supporter of Jem's ability to turn popular sounds into real music, what all pop music should be. All pop music pales in comparison to Jem.