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Life In A Beautiful Light

Amy MacDonald

Life In A Beautiful Light

Third collection of AOR pop-rock songs from the Scottish singer-songwriter

ADM rating[?]

5.1

Label
Mercury
UK Release date
11/06/2012
US Release date
19/06/2012
  1. 6.0 |   music OMH

    Despite some bland detours into the middle of the road, there are still enough good moments here to remind of her talent
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  2. 6.0 |   The Digital Fix

    With millions of discs sold, particularly in Europe, there's little need for her to change a winning formula, which in this case means widescreen and upbeat
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  3. 6.0 |   Sputnik Music (staff)

    Macdonald is still young, so there is time to right the ship... But her next step may be a little more than interesting; it may be career-defining
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  4. 5.0 |   BBC

    One wonders if Macdonald’s songs wouldn’t be better served by more charismatic vocalists, as while there’s nothing wrong with this set’s blueprints, the build quality sees it slip into indifference
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  5. 4.0 |   The Scotsman

    Overwhelmingly upbeat and positive in a superficial way; there is no joy embedded in the fabric of the songs, no exultant release of euphoria
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