Nelly Furtado
Whoa, Nelly!


5.0
classic

Review

by punkgeekalt USER (3 Reviews)
December 4th, 2007 | 15 replies


Release Date: 2000 | Tracklist

Review Summary: The "Whoa, Nelly" is very best label album by Nelly Furtado whose singer that’s emotional squint made good in old folklore.

The so called "Whoa, Nelly!" is very best label album by Nelly Furtado whose singer songwriter's emotional squint made good in old folklore.

Full Review The Canadian origin artist R&B folklore Nelly Furtado defines the name - Furtado and rocks the breakthrough single throughout the top chart. “Whoa, Nelly!” the album’s title and single, “I’m like a Bird” is featured on the album; its covered orange tank-top tee and jeans who stretched out the grass under the blurred sun. (It’s the warmed sea breathe the atmosphere dried out underneath a thirty earth, oh my god, I hope I’m the nature.)

The very release of her debut album so called “Whoa, Nelly!” is very ripe. It is label Nelly Furtado and DreamWorks records. Which made a definition to the singer songwriter’s boost to finish, her quick emotional squint could go so far. It’s good to know the singer is the Portuguese Ancestry - the old Folklore.

During the album’s release year of 2000, its single “I’m like a bird,” made on the top of the charts. Its song begins the lyrics, saying people are beautiful, that must be wonderful, and that’s the definite law.

After I have seen the music video showed her climbed up the tree trunks to be her observer, I ponder the thought of her self-portrait under the other side of the nature. It is the hit single “I’m like a bird,” presented in a music video totally different from the album cover. Its song and single unfairly set the critic stage-ride for me, and it breaks apart from my own dreamy state of mind to the same healthy diversity of hip-hop folk. I’m so free from care started on the loose. I meant, I loved the song, “a bird joyfully joins the nature,” and “I am just like that,” feeling up until today. Its single made the speech for her through the self myths during the video period, its nature in color, full piece of butterfly’s bugs that designed a singer’s talent.

Its song’s partial lyrics,
“You're beautiful, that's for sure
You'll never ever fade
You're lovely but it's not for sure
That I won't ever change…”

The best part of the song goes, “I'm like a bird, I'll only fly away
I don't know where my soul is, I don't know where my home is (and baby all I need for you to know is)”

“Your faith in me brings me to tears
Even after all these years
And it pains me so much to tell…”

The single “I’m like a bird,” out of the entire album is probably the best song I’ve ever heard. But the best is yet to come; it instantly gets the song, "... On The Radio (Remember The Days)" is awesomely the best of one, “You liked me till' you heard my sh*t on the radio, well I hate to say but pop aint' going solo.” It is a successful song contains two verse, “radio and solo.” Her eager temptation satisfy you with rhythmic that made the central theme. Like I’m a fan, and that’s what’s about, especially I love the lyric struck, “Than to burn in the spotlight, turn in the spitfire.”

Amusedly I signify the first song recorded in the album, is so called out “Hey, Man!” That’s the satisfactory focus; I love to continue to listen to it. Because its song boost up keenly, I almost wanted to yell, “Hey, that’s the nicest album.”

That’s what’s left? It must be the hit single, and “Whoa, Nelly!” and its album’s fourth positioned is ‘Legend,” so folklore style. I could keep on (whoa) word after word untold her “everything under the sun,” therefore its myths is under the sun, whether or not. Does it mean Furtado interpreted a gentleman conflicting sex, although it seems - “he wants to be, he wants to be,” and it lyrically goes on and on. And its so-so lyrics go,

“And like a legend that rises and then falls I cannot be his only one

He makes me feel, he makes me feel, like you used to,
(whoa) like you used to
He makes me feel, he makes me feel, like you used to,
(whoa) like you used to”

The “Baby girl,” “Turn Off The Light,” and “ Trynna Finda Way,” are the songs left my heart through the suburb San Francisco, city crowded street, and or somewhere else and sky high try to chase a dream. Both lyrics and rhyme truly shocked please. I helpfully enjoy the songs after songs resigned me to musically string of guitar.

For me, Nelly Furtado creates an atmosphere of life into music, and I could get down her style of vibes simply. So its artist is so fun melody and lyric, her debut album, “Whoa, Nelly!” featured guitar, piano, scratches, Human quince, and pepper shaker and etc. I love Furtado’s leaping inventory habit into a life of eerie hip-hop style mixed with folk melody. I am proud of Furtado, like go folklore, and rest of lists. The songs are as follow up “Party,” “Well, Well,” “My Love Grows Deeper Part 1,” “I Will Make U Cry,” and “Scared of You.”


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Comments:Add a Comment 
kyleisgreat
December 4th 2007


79 Comments


This doesn't make sense. Did you write this? It seems like it was written in another language and thrown in a translator.

cometuesday
December 4th 2007


959 Comments


Yeah, this is really awkward. The only song I ever liked from her was Turn Off the Light because Timbaland did a pretty cool remix of it but other than that she got real old real quick.

Intransit
December 4th 2007


2797 Comments


Her and I share the same birthday (last Sunday).

This obv means we are soulmates.

AtavanHalen
December 4th 2007


17927 Comments


Lol (?)

xmattxhardcore
December 4th 2007


422 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

My god, shes terrible!

Willie
Moderator
December 4th 2007


16051 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Punkgeekalt's other review is just as bad.... I'm pretty sure that English must not be their first language (or they like to write while on Acid... which would explain this album and Evanescence both getting 5's).This Message Edited On 12.04.07

xmattxhardcore
December 4th 2007


422 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

haha, seeing one 5 for this is terrible... but 2, that's just retarded :|

ReturnToRock
December 5th 2007


3448 Comments


this reaches a new level of awfulness....the review as well as the album.

first time i couldn't read a review through on this site.

mvdu
December 16th 2007


606 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nope, it's a very good album. This is from when she was better.

KissofJudas
December 20th 2007


50 Comments


Major lulz

"(It’s the warmed sea breathe the atmosphere dried out underneath a thirty earth, oh my god, I hope I’m the nature.)"

That's now my band's name.. Oh My God, I Hope I'm the Nature.

XulOnerom
December 20th 2007


1818 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I actually liked this album. I wouldn't give it a 5, through. I think this one is more like a 3. Some of the songs here and on her second album are quite good. Unfortunately, the whole thing shattered with her abomination of a third album.

As for the review itself... horrible. I'm sorry if I'm being harsh, but this one of the worst reviews (maybe even the worst) I've ever read in here.

Lelle
July 17th 2009


2156 Comments


The so called "Whoa, Nelly!" is very best label album by Nelly Furtado whose singer songwriter's emotional squint made good in old folklore

ninjuice
December 3rd 2009


6760 Comments


Not as good as Room Noises.
But close.

slep
December 8th 2010


1604 Comments


"It’s the warmed sea breathe the atmosphere dried out underneath a thirty earth, oh my god, I hope I’m the nature"

"Amusedly I signify the first song recorded in the album, is so called out “Hey, Man!” That’s the satisfactory focus; I love to continue to listen to it. Because its song boost up keenly, I almost wanted to yell, “Hey, that’s the nicest album.” '


The Eisely review is better, but this has some hilarious shit in it as well



Omaha
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2012


10288 Comments


This album review is the good I mean I like its folkfore style and vocal legend lyrics of them all



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