- Summary: Natalie Imbruglia's second album is a follow-up to her 1998 international hit debut, 'Left Of The Middle.' Ian Stanley and Pascal Gabriel are among the producers working on this disc.
- Record Label: BMG
- Genre(s): Rock, Pop
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DineshPJul 19, 2006Lovely easy listening.
MichaelL.Sep 24, 2007Simply amazing. This is an album that grows on you. The critics obviously were quick to write Natalie off as a one hit wonder and did not listen to this disk properly. Criminally underrated. Beauty On The Fire is one of the finest songs ever made. Period.… Expand
LisaB.Mar 26, 2002A more introspective album than "Left Of The Middle." Natalie's voice is warm and clear. Good songwriting. My favorite songs are "Everything Goes" and "Hurricane". It's a solid CD.… Expand
BrianN.Aug 14, 2007huge letdown from her unbelievable debut.
RobertW.Mar 10, 2002Starts poorly and improves after the dreadful first three tracks. Hits the hights with "Everything Goes". Good, uncomplicated pop in places; terrible, cloying, shallow pop in others.… Expand
tomkOct 22, 2003need I say more.
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