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Allow Us To Be Frank

Westlife Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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The Veteran Vocal Group Take a Cue from Robbie Williams (A Former Vocal Group Member of Take that Himself) and Present a Selection of Songs Made Famous by the Legendary Frank Sinatra. Beautifully Orchestrated and Arranged, the Boys Bring this Great Music to the Ears of a New Generation.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars cool sound Nov. 17 2004
By Patrick
Format:Audio CD
it's a great cd's if your into the soft cool sound of the oldie's. The sound is good & slow yet peppy it's a good choice if you like the cool sound of the original's, they make the song's sound great
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing... I'm a fan again Dec 18 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Westlife fan extrodinaire here... been waiting for something a little different, and this is just the most refreshing album I'd been waiting for. The band hasn't suffered from the loss of Brian (seeing that Shane and Mark still do most of the lead vocals). Hopefully, Westlife will be around for a while (they're still too cute to go!), and that this new album on a new label will keep things going for them. Vocally, Shane shows off all his range and you mightn't recognize him at first pass... but this style is definitely a departure and the group has definitely embraced it well. If you liked Robbie William's Swing When You're Winning, this is waaaaay better.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Sorry lads, I just wasn't feeling it :-( Nov. 30 2009
Format:Audio CD
I am a huge Westlife fan, and for the most part I adore their entire discography.

But with this album, I feel Westlife definitely missed their mark and I think with Brian McFadden leaving the group just shortly before this album was released it probably left Westlife with very little time to get productive and record a great album and they kind of just did whatever was thrown at them.

Westlife is a talented group of men and they are one of the very few boybands from the late '90s who have lost a member and been able to survive the longevity, and remain a very strong force. I do applaud them for trying something different and being experimental but in the end, this album left me with much to be desired.

"Allow Us To Be Frank" is either loved or hated by Westlife's fan base and on Westlife's part it was a daring move to make, especially since in the UK they were on the top of their game so to dramatically change gears and do a complete U-turn was a very risky move.

In conclusion - not one of Westlife's best in my opinion but two stars for experimenting and their vocals are in fine form.
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