Colbie Caillat Breakthrough
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Waior
September 5th 2009


11461 Comments


I enjoyed that one song or whatever that she had on the radio back when I was in tune with pop-culture but eh...

Not genuinely interesting. Awesome review.

Trey (or anybody else, really), any female singer-songwriters in this genre that do things a little more remarkably that you'd recommend?

Digging: Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight

CelestialDust
September 5th 2009


3155 Comments


derek, i can now look at your avatar and not want to kill you

Waior
September 5th 2009


11461 Comments


regina spektor?


Not quite

Chewie
September 5th 2009


4532 Comments


derek, i can now look at your avatar and not want to kill you


just for you


Frobenius
September 6th 2009


97 Comments


If I ever met COLBIE I would JACK her straight in the fucking cunt.

lol sorry guys lol that was a little CHEESY lol. I kind of want a SANDWICH.

AtavanHalen
September 6th 2009


17927 Comments


Bitch is soulless

OllieS
September 6th 2009


2033 Comments


"If I ever met COLBIE I would JACK her straight in the fucking cunt.

lol sorry guys lol that was a little CHEESY lol. I kind of want a SANDWICH."

Lolwut

WhiteWallStargazers
September 7th 2009


2647 Comments


This album is so good, aside from similar song structure

JizzInMyPants
September 7th 2009


2372 Comments


wdf a big time pop record at the top of the billboard only selling 105k in the first week? dam....sad..very sad

Frobenius
September 7th 2009


97 Comments


"Bitch is soulless"

It's Gouda to see that I'm not provolone on this one.

grahamg0re
September 7th 2009


155 Comments


lmao cheese puns ftw

lafterkingas
September 7th 2009


6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Actually 105K was number one so that probably means all the rest were doing badly too.

alachlahol
September 8th 2009


7501 Comments


so apparently this girl is ugly?

Wallpaper
September 9th 2009


68 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

really awesome album

Willie
Moderator
September 10th 2009


16051 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Trey (or anybody else, really), any female singer-songwriters in this genre that do things a little more remarkably that you'd recommend?


Lene Marlin - Twist the Truth
Lunik - Weather
Holly McNarland - Chin Up Buttercup
Emiliana Torrini - Me and Armini
Sarah Fimm - White Birds (it's free, check the review)
Marissa Nadler - Little Hells


cirq
September 12th 2009


9265 Comments


It starts at my toes...

mvdu
September 12th 2009


606 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

I've been checking out Trey's recommendations and I also recommend Lene and Marissa and HIGHLY recommend Holly McNarland.

Some of my own recommendations: A Fine Frenzy, Regina Spektor, Anna Nalick, Leslie Mills, Kate Voegele, newer Mandy Moore, The Pierces, Molly Jenson, Caitlin Crosby, Eliza Gilkyson, Aimee Mann, Stacie Rose, Prescilla Ahn, Marie Digby (1st album, don't like the new one so much,) Brandi Carlile, Bonnie McKee, Nina Gordon, Thea Gilmore, Cindy Alexander, etc. Some are less pop than others, but I think all are much better than Colbie.

mvdu
September 12th 2009


606 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

Oh, and Ingrid Michaelson is great, too, unless you want a really alternative or rock sound.

Kay Hanley and Michelle Branch are more rock in Kay's case and country-pop-rock in Michelle's case. But I highly recommend them.

cirq
September 12th 2009


9265 Comments


shup up and sing!

derektrainwreck
September 21st 2009


3 Comments


i love the album personally. "fallin for you" and "droplets" are standouts to me.

i saw her on ellen the other day and it inspired me to listen to the whole album, and im glad i did.

watch the ellen performance and you'll wanna hear more

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGp6BkgR1rw



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