Sunday, July 26, 2009

Demi Lovato Here We Go Again album

Here We Go Again Demi Lovato is her 2nd studio album. Here We Go Again was released on July 21, 2009 under Hollywood Records. Here We Go Again debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 108,000 copies in its 1st week.

Demi Lovato stated that the new album is "going to have a different sound." In contrast to the rock influences of her debut album, Don't Forget, this album will incorporate more "John Mayer-ish type of songs". Demi Lovato also expressed that her previous album had more of a Jonas Brothers sound, as they helped co-write it. She wanted to make this album more her.

Demi Lovato has been working with musical inspirations John Mayer, Jon McLaughlin, and William Beckett. She said she would be performing her new music on her Summer Tour.

Released July 21, 2009
Recorded May 2009
Genre Teen pop, dance-pop, power pop, pop rock
Length 46:26
Label Hollywood
Producer Aris Archonitis, Gary Clark, Adam Dodd, John Fields, Jeannie Lurie, Chen Neeman, SuperSpy, Adam Watts

3.5/5 stars The following Review by Retrieved 2009-08-03.
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Like Britney Spears before her, Demi Lovato pretty much admits in the title of her sophomore album that she's serving up more of the same the second time around, but unlike Britney, that may not have been Demi's intention. For Here We Go Again, Lovato makes a relatively clean break from the Jonas Brothers, who penned much of her debut, Don't Forget, drafting sensitive AAA singer/songwriters Jon McLaughlin and John Mayer presumably to give Lovato a bit of mature veneer, a subtle shift buried underneath the relentlessly cheerful Radio Disney production and Lovato's irrepressible spunk. Both sonic characteristics tend to camouflage Demi's biggest moves away from teen pop -- the fussy balladeering of "Falling Over Me," the mock-Mraz jazz-pop "Every Time You Lie," the sober soul searching of the Mayer collaboration "World of Chances," the Celtic flair of "Gift of a Friend" -- which also happen to be the very things that make Here We Go Again not quite as much fizzy fun as Don't Forget. Not quite as much fun, but still fun, particularly when Lovato tears into hooky power pop like "Here We Go Again," "Solo," "Remember December," and the stomping "So Far So Great," the theme song to the TV show Sonny with a Chance, songs that are ideally matched to Lovato's adolescent energy and spirit, which remain her most appealing qualities.

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