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  • Audio CD (Feb. 10 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Wb / Parlophone
  • ASIN: B001OD6HNG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #26,905 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Everyone’s At It
2. The Fear
3. Not Fair
4. 22
5. I Could Say
6. Back To The Start
7. Never Gonna Happen
8. Fuck You
9. Who’d Have Known
10. Chinese
11. Him
12. He Wasn’t There

Product Description

Pop sensation. Fashion designer. Political activist. Mouthy blogshite. X-rated sexpert. Fall-down drunk. WAG-tagoniser. Queen of MySpace. Exhibitionist. Primadonna. Style icon. Celebrity girlfriend. Celebrity daughter. Paparazzi prey. Party starter. Princess. Lily Allen has been called all these things, and much, much more - sometimes with justification, often without. Coming off of the heels her critically acclaimed certified gold debut Alright Still… selling in excess of 60,000 units in Canada, and struck hits with “Smile”, “LDN” and “Alfie”. Lyrically, It’s Not Me, It’s You is both a continuation of the preoccupations of “Alright, Still”, as well as a stiletto-heeled leap forward. The forensic, affecting, often very funny examinations of relationships and sexual politics are still there - and joyously so – but bigger themes are also tackled. It’s Not Me, It’s You is unmistakably Her: bracing home truths and pungent social commentary delivered in the voice of an angel. It’s a potent combination. It could only be Lily Allen.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Frederic White on Dec 2 2009
Format: Audio CD
This is un-shamefully a brilliant pop release - fun, intelligent and well articulated.

With her gritty accent, Lilli sounds like the smarter version of a Spice Girl having all grown up. All the tracks are pure pop music brilliantly fashioned to be shrewd.

Tracks such as "Everyone's At It", "Not Fair", and "The Fear" are wonderfully crafted songs easily playable in ten years from now and will sound as fresh due in part to their lyrical content.

Allen is not known for being one to mince her words; she does get her viewpoint across to the public while presenting the message wrapped up within palatable melody lines.

Very much worth purchasing!
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Format: Audio CD
I start off by saying if your going to buy this for your 10 year old daughter, bad idea cause of the langauge she uses in the songs and some sex reference's, but I'm sure your not so I carry on. A brilliant album, very catchy and has a meaning. It's so Refreshing to see somebody who writes from her heart (most about relationships). Most of the songs are brilliant with some ok one's, in short no fill in's. As I said there is some bad language and sex, mentioned in some of the songs but it's all (or most is all in context with what the songs are about). This is a brilliant album and a must buy it's one of the best album's of 2009.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Cawley on March 26 2009
Format: Audio CD
While not as consistent as her debut album, I have enjoyed this album too. "The Fear" and "Not Fair" are very catchy and "Everyone's at IT " and "Chinese" are above average. It's the expected peek into Lily's Personal life and again a few scathing rebukes of ex-boyfriends like in "Not Fair" which refers to the fact that the nice guy boyfriend is not so good in bed. If you enjoy Lily's work you will enjoy this album. but be warned there are some lyrics that may not be appropriate for younger listeners as obvious by the song title "F*** You"
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Julie A. NORMAN on March 13 2009
Format: Audio CD
I love Lily Allen's first album, but this one just doesn't live up to it. There are two or three great tracks and the rest are samey and uninspired - a couple even have the same melody and chord structure. I was really looking forward to this album so am more than a tad disappointed.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Unusual & Eclectic : Britain's Finest Solo Talent March 11 2009
By Marc Cabir Davis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I really disliked Lily's debut CD as I found it too cutesy for my own liking, and it was even more bewildering when publications like Spin and Blender started giving her four star reviews - it just didn't make sense. But recently, during a first spin of "The Fear", it was evident that the songstress has a certain something that transcends genre and musical definition, and curious as I was, I made it a point to pick up this album.

There are a couple of things to remember while listening to Lily Allen. She is not really a 'singer' in the true sense of the word. She sort of lazily recites words, almost reading them off a page, but her quaint intonation gives them great depth (I am reminded here of Nellie McKay and her epic double-CD "Get Away from Me"). She has this very British quality that brings to mind Leona Naess, and to a lesser extent Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes.

But its on the melodies and the lyrics that Lily really shines. Her own little view of the world, and primarily of her own self-worth is brought out beautifully through the course of the album - which also works as a 'concept' album in many ways. "The Fear" refers to various things - one could relate the lyrics to consumerism and politics and it would still make sense - but she brings down the house with her quiet burner "Chinese", which is essentially about staying in and eating food, but she spins it as some sort of allegorical tale.

What I especially respect about this album and its production is the fact that you can hear Lily enunciate every word clearly, rendering a lyrics sheet redundant. This is especially rare. The only other performer like this is Fiona Apple, and to a lesser extent Suzanne Vega, but Lily is clearly master of the medium. How great to listen to a song and 'get' every word. A rarity in this day and age of overproduced albums.

This CD is testament that though the UK can produce some truly mass-market nonsense, such as Leona Lewis or Westlife, they can also churn out some truly innovative and groundbreaking artists such as Lily Allen. The only comparable act to her right now in Britain is Girls Aloud, and thats a mighty tall compliment.

An intelligent, beautiful and thought-provoking album.

Four Stars.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
An older perspective April 5 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not in Lily Allen's target audience. But I have been listening to all kinds of music for most of my 70 years.

Most singers are lucky if they ever record a perfect album where every song is excellent. In my humble opinion It's not me, it's you is that album. There is not one filler song on the entire collection. The arranging is creative, slick and could not be better. Lily's performance is mature beyond her years. It style is poignant, personal, brutal, fresh. The lyrics are simple but direct. I love her questions about god, her western send up of It's Not Fair with its biting lyrics sung so sweetly. Every song in this collection is addicting.

I read that Lily may not record again. If this is true, she will be one of the very few who quit while they were ahead. And in this case, way out in front.

I'm going to stop listening to this collection of songs now so it can always remain perfect in my mind.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
More Polished, Just as Delightful Feb. 10 2009
By Amazon Elder - Published on Amazon.com
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This album was not a disappointment at all for me.

I adored the first album: the pop-folksy feel, the sense of humor, the candid lyrics--all with catchy upbeat tunes!

Don't quite have the new one memorized but it lives up to all my hopes and surpassed them in some noted cases (like "Him"!) She's a little more grown up and a little more produced in this album, but it's never too much. She retained the sense of humor and happy feeling. I love it!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Strong second album May 16 2009
By Paul Allaer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Then 21 yr old shot out of nowhere in 2006 with her delicious debut album "Alright, Then" in the UK, with multiple hit singles. After much delay (to the dismay of Lily Allen), the second album finally arrived in early 2009.

"It's Not Me, It's You" (12 tracks; 43 min.) starts of with a riveting "Everyone's At It" (my favorite song on the album, actually). It is followed by an equally great "The Fear" (1st UK single), and "Not Fair" (2nd UK single, not an obvious choice from my perspective as there are other stronger tracks). Other highlights include a rocking "Never Gonna Happen" (which sounds like another single to me), "Who'd Have Known" (one of the few pensive tunes on the album, but quite beautiful actually), and the closer "He Wasn't There".

In all, this is a great album, and at 43 min. it clips along in no time. Lily Allen surely is not a one-album wonder, if anyone had such thoughts after her debut album. Highly recommended!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Still shameless! June 3 2009
By Hayden R. Deck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Overall Grade: B+
Hilights: Everyone's At It, The Fear, Not Fair, Never Gonna Happen, F*** You, Chinese

Lily Allen is back, and still shameless. "It's Not Me, It's You" is a brilliant sophomore record that combines silly romantics and societal views with her usual brutal honesty and cynicism. While upbeat, fun, and slightly intoxicating, Allen's focus has shifted into a bit of broader and more serious thinking (as evident in the album's opening track, "Everyone's At It"). Still, she could care less what anybody thinks. "F*** You" is a whimsical biggot basher and "Chinese" is just too cute! Fans of her first album should eat this right up.

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