How could something so polished still maintain such grit? On her breakaway sophomore, Winehouse delivered eleven heartfelt and dark tales of lust, addiction and need that encompasses both classic soul and modern pop in a damn-near-perfect amalgamation. You can also thank this record for making Mark Ronson an international star - his work here is flawless. An unforgettable, decade-defining masterpiece that will resonate for generations to come. Always remember this Amy, and not the one the tabloids want you to remember.
Not usually the type of music I'm into but it's a bloody good album. Has alot of meaning within it and is really nice to listen to. Can listen to this all the way through without skipping any songs.
Her voice is amazing.
I think Amy Winehouse has such great potential. I love her voice. This album is also not even quite that awful. I personally love three tracks (Love is a Losing Game, Tears Dry on Their Own, and Wake Up Alone). Her voice is so emotional; you can hear the pain and almost feel the struggles that she's been through. I really love that aspect of her music; the pathos. Unfortunately, I don't think every song is amazing, but I don't think it's all that bad. It's just not my favorite.
Well, she has the voice definently, but her sophomore effort is a little, how do you put it, musically challenged. The beats and melodies just seem to bump along with no real energy. And might I say it, her voice is sometimes, too powerful.