- Summary: The Swedish singer-songwriter's album is part of her 2010 Body Talk trilogy, containing five new tracks and another handful of songs with different versions from her previously released first and second parts.
- Record Label: Interscope
- Genre(s): Pop, Electronic, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Dance-Pop, Euro-Pop, Club/Dance, Alternative Dance
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Positive: 31 out of 31
Mixed: 0 out of 31
Negative: 0 out of 31
Oct 2, 2011The intelligent album of 2010, showed us that pop have substence to. With beatiful lyrics, versing about dancefloors, pain, love and hangovers, Robyn makes her sweet voice to combine perfectly with what she is singing. Pearls like "Dancing On My Own", "Time Machine", "Stars 4-Ever" and "None of Dem" make this, her greatest album, and one of the greates of 2010.… Expand
Nov 28, 2010The swedish diva kill this year with her perfect dancefloor music and her praised Body Talk (1,2 & 3)...i found this job better than her previous album...! The first times that i love her music is with Dancehall Queen and then knock me with Dancing On My Own...and the rest of the part 1 was perfect, then her part 2 was awful and sometimes amazing... and much of their songs are for the dancefloor!!! and now the part 3 was amazing...! the best song it's obvious the catchy Call You Girlfriend!
But when you add all the parties do the best album of the year...!… Expand
May 23, 2011Body Talk is pop at its best. While the reason why she's not enjoying worldwide domination nor having huge success remains a mystery, her purpose and direction are clear. And it's beautiful once you've heard the whole three EPs that would build up the best pop album of 2010.… Expand
Apr 26, 2011Body Talk is a good, not great, effort. There's nothing really bad at all about here, and the music is catchy and fun. Some of the songs, however, seem to fade when trying to remember the entirety of the album. Some of the standout tracks, obviously stated by others, include "Dancing on My own" and "Hang With Me", which are catchy and powerhouses. There's also a little place in my heart for tracks like "U Should Know Better" with Snoop Dog and "Don't ****ing Tell Me What To Do", if just for their simple catchy style. The overall album is still good, high quality stuff, and fun to listen to.… Expand
Published: January 11, 2011Spoiler alert: Kanye West had the best-reviewed album of 2010. But which other releases impressed critics last year? We run down the 40 highest-scoring albums, and also examine the best releases of the year in various categories.
Published: December 6, 2010Throughout the next two months, we'll be tracking the year-end Top Ten lists published by various music sites, magazines, and more. Find out which albums are currently in the running for best album of the year.
|Led Zeppelin III [Remastered] - Led Zeppelin|
|Led Zeppelin I [Remastered] - Led Zeppelin|
|Led Zeppelin II [Remastered] - Led Zeppelin|
|Definitely Maybe [Remastered] - Oasis|
|Nightclubbing [Deluxe Edition] - Grace Jones|
|Soul Mining (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) [Box Set] - The The|
|From Parts Unknown - Every Time I Die|
|In the Orbit of Ra - Sun Ra & His Arkestra|
|Superunknown [Deluxe Edition] - Soundgarden|
|Syro - Aphex Twin|
|Anthology [Box Set] - The Clean|
|To Be Kind - Swans|
|Face the Music [Box Set] - Nils Lofgren|
|Too Bright - Perfume Genius|
|Foundations of Burden - Pallbearer|
|You're Dead! - Flying Lotus|
|Go Down in History [EP] - Four Year Strong|
|Unflesh - Gazelle Twin|
|Soused - Sunn 0)))|