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Everythings Eventual


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  • Audio CD (June 3 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00008ICDR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,967 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The First Right and Proper Full Length Album from the Sisters that Arose from the Ashes of all Saints (One of Whom Happens to Be the Other Half of Bad Boy Liam Gallagher). Includes the Two Singles of "Fantasy" and "Don't Worry". --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Foster on Oct. 4 2003
Format: Audio CD
I was never a fan of All Saints, so when I heard the pretty Appleton singers were to release a single (Fantasy), I thought little of it. How wrong was I to be........I loved the rock-pop fusion of the first single which charted at Number 2 in the UK and was pleasantly surprised at the qualty of the bonus tracks on the single. And then along came Don't Worry, a gorgeous Beatles-esque type ballad which showcased the girlz' crystal vocals, with an epic guitar hook and mesmerisingly gorgeous chorus. I was HOOKED. Top 5 hit in Britain too! The remainder of the album does not fail to disappoint, and is an eclectic mix of pop, rock, indie and epic status tunes which not only force you to re-evaluate your perception of these singing siblings, but make you appreciate that some artists out there can really put together musically and lyrically diverse and satisfying songs onto one melt-down. Top trax are definitely M.W.A. with killer layered harmonies and Ring-A-Ding, a chilling Bond-type theme song which I cannot help but loving. Then there's Waiting For Your Love...this is just a brilliant pop song that defies you not to like it. If it's a single it will be mammoth. Uplifting and summery, a perfect piece of pop craftmanship. The top track is a brooding chill-out ballad called 5AM which I wish would be released as a single....haunting, soaring and deliciously sung, it's a tragic ballad which just stuns. Add to that a series of other finely performed tunes, all of which are listenable in their own right, the fact that the girls contributed a lot to the writing of this cd indicates to this discerning music fan that the Appleton sisters were held in the background for far too long. I can't get enough of this cd, I tell all my friends about it and I play it LOUD. My hat goes off to these girls and I for one look forward to their next release....a worhtwhile investment....even if you've never heard their songs before, I guarantee you'll be satisfied!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris on Sept. 5 2003
Format: Audio CD
Let's not mince words. They were the untalented-but-pretty portion of the nineties superband All Saints. Whilst bandmates Shaznay Lewis and Mel Blatt took lead vocal and notched up a string of perfect pop tunes, the seemingly vacuous Appleton party-girls Nicole and Natalie took a backseat, smiling in the video clips, then bouncing down to the nearest bar.
What a change it makes when these two are given a chance to shine.
'Everything's Eventual' is one of the most satisfying albums to come out of Britain this year. A perfect blend of Beatles-esque melodies and the smooth vocals of All Saints without the sometimes intrusive vibrato of Blatt and downright annoying raps from Lewis, 'Everything's Eventual' offers twelve fresh and memorable songs. The first single, 'Fantasy', is an Oasis-esque pop/rocker which remains one of the album's strongest cuts. 'Don't Worry' is Abbey Road from start to finish, a salivatingly-good ballad with crystal vocals and a melody to match, whilst third single 'Everything's Eventual' aptly captures the feeling of waking up with an appreciation for the little things in life... okay, sue me, it's cheesy but I can totally relate to the lyrical ideas of simplicity and gratitude in this tune, all wrapped up in a subtle but hummable tune.
The album has a couple of flaws, namely the more average 'Halleluliah' and 'Supernaturally', but the trembling excitement of a friendship-turned-relationship in the reflective 'All Grown Up' and the sweeping epic that is '5AM'. The more pop-based tunes 'Waiting For Your Love' and 'Long Long Road' shimmer, and the closing tune 'Anyone' is so frighteningly Dusty Springfield ballad-esque you'd think the girls were using a blonde beehive and too much eye make-up to channel her...
A gorgeous showcase of Britpop at its finest. Bite your pride and buy it, even if you have to hide it under your bed lest anyone see it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "dcwilky34" on July 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
I originally bought this gem of an album for two reasons: 1. I think Nicole is gorgeous! 2. "Don't Worry" is used as the backing track of a very famous brand of chocolate in a British TV Commercial, and I got hooked on the catchy chorus!
The album itself begins with the very melodic Fantasy where the sisters prove their superb grasp of harmony. The second track and still my favourite is "Don't Worry" this track is one of those that you continually press the back button to replay it in the car at top volume. It carries you along on a wave of melodic energy and never disappoints. Halleluja is another beautifully crafted tune which leaves you wishing the song was a minute or two longer. The remainder of the album takes you emotionally onward and wanting more. I'm not usually a big fan of modern music and I hate hip-hop and dance music etc, this album is everything that music should be and totally opposes the styles of some undeservedly more successful groups. You want to relax, chill out and get caught up in an album that will lower your BP and not have the caffeine effect, then this is the album for you. This album is a pleasure to listen to and will remain my favourite for some time to come.
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By Morgane on June 22 2003
Format: Audio CD
they could not have made it through All Saints - but they went better, adding a bit of brit-pop in their particular universe. Nice voice arrangements, quality ballads and sexy tunes.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
An attitude changer for my views on modern popular music July 14 2003
By "dcwilky34" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I originally bought this gem of an album for two reasons: 1. I think Nicole is gorgeous! 2. "Don't Worry" is used as the backing track of a very famous brand of chocolate in a British TV Commercial, and I got hooked on the catchy chorus!
The album itself begins with the very melodic Fantasy where the sisters prove their superb grasp of harmony. The second track and still my favourite is "Don't Worry" this track is one of those that you continually press the back button to replay it in the car at top volume. It carries you along on a wave of melodic energy and never disappoints. Halleluja is another beautifully crafted tune which leaves you wishing the song was a minute or two longer. The remainder of the album takes you emotionally onward and wanting more. I'm not usually a big fan of modern music and I hate hip-hop and dance music etc, this album is everything that music should be and totally opposes the styles of some undeservedly more successful groups. You want to relax, chill out and get caught up in an album that will lower your BP and not have the caffeine effect, then this is the album for you. This album is a pleasure to listen to and will remain my favourite for some time to come.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
FORMER ALL SAINTS MEMBERS GO SUPER TRIPPY Aug. 22 2004
By Hernan Igot - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've heard some stuff about "Everything Eventually" and have been wanting to check it out for a while. Getting it basically cemented my position of regarding it as a truly great (yet extremely underrated) modern pop record. I mean a lotta times people (especially those nasty critics) tend to question the lyrics on the tracks, but you know, the whole album isn't really as pretentious as it seems. I think the girls of Appleton (1/2 of All Saints) just wanted to continue on in a more chilled out, relaxed pace, which is super obvious with the album's more laid-back atmosphere. Appleton's "Everything Eventually" most directly picks up from All Saints' "Pure Shores" and "Black Coffee" tracks. Here's a track-by-track overview of it:

1. "Fantasy" - The first single, but not necessarily the best track in the album. It's definitely a standout though because it's a bit rock-ish, but trippy at the same time.

2. "Don't Worry" - Very dramatic with the strings, yet subtle and graceful at the same time. Beautifully slow, moody, and atmospheric.

3. "Hallelujah" - Sounds like church, but you know, its preachiness fits. The track's like "Don't Worry" before it, but it's got a bit more beat to it. Nice vocals.

4. "Everything Eventually" - The track just glides at a pace and that beat sticks to you. It's mid-tempo and has a chilled out groove as well. I think it's a good meditation track to relax to, but not those slow ones.

5. "M.W.A." - Probably channels All Saints and their previous material the most, but it's like a hybrid of pop, electronica, and hip-hop. The rapping seems awkward, but the layered vocals are great (I still don't get the attempt to be super spiritual or have this notion of higher learning).

6. "Ring-A-Ding-Ding" - One of the most epic tracks of the album: very Middle Eastern, yet slow and full of strings. Heavy track!

7. "Supernaturally" - Accents the album's wholesome trip-hop/pop sound nicely. The beat's reminiscent of "Black Coffee."

8. "All Grown Up" - Very Beatlesque-meets-trip/hop. Slow track with piano and it's gorgeous and moody.

9. "Waiting For Your Love" - Funky pop track with an electro bassline. Very modern Madonna-esque like a lotta the tracks here.

10. "5am" - Sounds very nostalgic, yet with a modern feel to it. I dunno, it starts off like those folky songs. Very campfire-like.

11. "Long Long Road" - Chilled out alternative track much like a lotta others, and it's got a cool constant beat. Another chill out song that doesn't demand too much attention.

12. "Anyone" - Probably the least electronic track. Very piano-laden though with an orchestra to back up. Has a lotta great classical moments. Dramatic.

13. "Blow My Mind" (UK Bonus Track) - One of the better tracks of the album is unfortunately a bonus track. It's like "Fantasy" with its rockishness, but it also borrows from the heavier trip-hop appeal of a lotta the other pop tracks on the album. Great way to truly end it!

So in conclusion, the album seems to show the Appleton sisters channelling the spirit of electronica Madonna with a little bit of alternative, indie, etc. in the side too. Extremely worthy debut and is full of great production. I dunno why they seem like a bunch of hated socialites in the UK, but this is how albums should be made. Really great! Highly recommended pop album and is absolutely great for chilling out. Almost sublime!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
NATALIE AND NICOLE: THEY DID IT! Feb. 24 2003
By "pgo01" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Smashing, fresh and catchy cd. It's more than pop. A round of applause for them!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
ALBUM OF 2003 Oct. 4 2003
By S. Foster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I was never a fan of All Saints, so when I heard the pretty Appleton singers were to release a single (Fantasy), I thought little of it. How wrong was I to be........I loved the rock-pop fusion of the first single which charted at Number 2 in the UK and was pleasantly surprised at the qualty of the bonus tracks on the single. And then along came Don't Worry, a gorgeous Beatles-esque type ballad which showcased the girlz' crystal vocals, with an epic guitar hook and mesmerisingly gorgeous chorus. I was HOOKED. Top 5 hit in Britain too! The remainder of the album does not fail to disappoint, and is an eclectic mix of pop, rock, indie and epic status tunes which not only force you to re-evaluate your perception of these singing siblings, but make you appreciate that some artists out there can really put together musically and lyrically diverse and satisfying songs onto one melt-down. Top trax are definitely M.W.A. with killer layered harmonies and Ring-A-Ding, a chilling Bond-type theme song which I cannot help but loving. Then there's Waiting For Your Love...this is just a brilliant pop song that defies you not to like it. If it's a single it will be mammoth. Uplifting and summery, a perfect piece of pop craftmanship. The top track is a brooding chill-out ballad called 5AM which I wish would be released as a single....haunting, soaring and deliciously sung, it's a tragic ballad which just stuns. Add to that a series of other finely performed tunes, all of which are listenable in their own right, the fact that the girls contributed a lot to the writing of this cd indicates to this discerning music fan that the Appleton sisters were held in the background for far too long. I can't get enough of this cd, I tell all my friends about it and I play it LOUD. My hat goes off to these girls and I for one look forward to their next release....a worhtwhile investment....even if you've never heard their songs before, I guarantee you'll be satisfied!!
Appleton Sisters record an album. June 21 2009
By ULTRA - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Appleton sisters from the 90's band All-Saints take their chances at recording their first pop-record and the songs are all mediocre. There's nothing here that I haven't heard already in my lifetime. Therefore there was no excitment for me while tuning in. Don't get me wrong, The songs are listenable but there's nothing extra being brought to the industry by this unfamiliar duo. The vocals are very basic and the lyrics are ordinary. However, "Everything's Eventual" still gets a passing grade (C-). I would describe this album as "Safe", The sisters take no chances vocally or musically- They stay put. They're doing exactly what was being done when they were with all-saints, so there really was no point in their departure if you ask me. Usually when artists breakaway from their bands they give us something a little different or with a dash of something else but all again this is NO DIFFERENT from what the band was doing. "Everything's Eventual" sounds like an album of all the songs that didn't make All-saints final cuts, In-short "Reject Songs", but not all. "Waiting For Your Love" & "Supernatural" are dancey songs with cool mid-tempos and (again) "basic performance". The opening track "Fantasy" was an excellent choice as the opening track, it's one of the best on the album. The last song "Anyone" is an acoustic track with a beautiful melody and acoustic symphony, I get lost in it everytime I listen to it, It's really pretty. Hopefully these sisters get back in the studio and wreck-shop because this album is bland (I doubt they'll do this again).

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