Unbroken - Katherine McPhee
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  • Summary: John Alagia produced the American Idol comtestant's second album.
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  1. McPhee sounds much more comfortable amid Alagia's rootsy singer/songwriter settings than she did surrounded by the shiny R&B beats of her self-titled debut,
  2. Unbroken is a conventional set, at times too much so, with a stripped-down musical backdrop of acoustic guitars and piano. McPhee has smartly reined in her vocal approach to find the nuances of the lyrics without trying to raise the roof.
  3. The Idolrunner-up's pleasant-but-unremarkable vocals can't elevate this tepid collection.
  4. On Idol, McPhee always favored middle of the road over modern, and Unbroken returns her to that course, bringing her somewhere within the vicinity of Paula Cole (who co-writes the title track), Rachael Yamagata (who co-writes “Keep Drivin’”) and Mandy Moore’s stylized ‘70s throwback, flavored with the slightest traces of modern sounds, including a vague borrowing of Beyoncé phrasing.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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  1. Feb 21, 2011
    ิthis is should be best pop vocal album ! and this album absolutely better than standard hits pop. her voice is very powerful and send full of emotion. Collapse
  2. Sep 23, 2014
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Bom álbum, realmente se superou em vários quesitos. Gostei bastante do resultado final, porém nem sempre irá agradar á todos que o ouvi-lo inteiro.... Expand