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Back to Bedlam

Back to Bedlam
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11 years, 6 months ago at Dec 4 23:18
2 votes
Posh London tosser, James Blunt, strings together a set of painfully identical and awful songs with the sole intent of being as bland and as uninspired as possible. The ridiculously foppish nature of his songs mean that he can only have been aiming this album at two sets of people:

1. Middle aged mothers who would want him as a son-in-law.
2. Media types in their early 20s wh... read more

No-one likes James Blunt.

11 years, 4 months ago at Feb 10 20:23
1 vote
James Blunt's upper class and highly privileged life puts him in no position to write anything about hardship or 'pain'. His videos are so painfully sickening, in the rain, on a boat....all the same positions that Cliff Richard adopted in his latest calendar.

Its unbelievable and unoriginal...in a word, it's a farce.
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Description: As a piece of propaganda, James Blunt’s album Back to Bedlam does more for changing the face of the British Army than a series of television adverts ever could. Swapping a rifle for a guitar, the former cavalryman’s ballad-heavy debut is a clearly aiming to win the battle for the public’s hearts and minds. The success of singles like "You’re Beautiful" and "No Bravery" (inspired by his time stationed in Bosnia) are both heartfelt and sensitive, the latter packing an additional emotional punch beyond the typical lovelorn ballads of his contemporaries like Damien Rice. But Blunt also sings with convicti ... (more)
Manufacturer: Atlantic
Release date: 13 June 2005
EAN: 0075679345127 UPC: 075679345127
Tags: Pop (4), Whiny Male Singer (1), Atlantic (1), 00s (1), Rock (1), (1), Singer Songwriter (1), Brit Pop (1), James Blunt (1)
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