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SoulStride Love All the Way

Former Jump5 member Brittany Hargest strikes out on her own with Love All the Way, featuring ten effervescent original tunes from funky dance beats to acoustic ballads. Includes "Slow Motion," "Miracle," "Like A Fire," and others.
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Review 1 for Love All the Way
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Love it

Date:November 7, 2011
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Musicfan
Location:Fayetteville, GA
Age:18-24
Gender:male
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Just picked up this record recently after seeing a few reviews elsewhere and being a fan of positive pop music.
Songs - This record is far more vertical oriented than any Jump5 release. "Love All The Way", "You Met Me", "Put It All Together" and "Miracle" are all standouts.
Production - Using a variety of producers, you get some different sounds on the record. This record competes with any of the other pop records out today.
Would easily recommend to anyone looking for positive pop. Great for parents to give their kids who are in to the Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry music.
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Review 2 for Love All the Way
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Big disappointment

Date:October 3, 2011
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Location:Toronto, ON Canada
Age:18-24
Gender:female
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It's hard to believe that it's already been four years since pop powerhouse Jump5 broke up. Brittany and brother Brandon Hargest formed an indie duo that released an EP, but their full length debut album has yet to see fruition, partially because of Brittany's signing to Soul Stride earlier this year. Don't let the samples fool you-this album is a mess. The songs are all about God, and speak of His love, but none of the lyrics are particularly ground-breaking. The bubbly pop of Jump5 is still here, and Brittany's voice is as energetic as ever, but the song quality is that of cheap demos you'd expect to find on a B-side of a Jump5 album. The only well produced song is Love all the Way. Songs like Put it All together, which could have been recorded beautifully with an acoustic guitar are way overproduced, while songs like Like a Fire just sound under-polished. This album had so much potential, but didn't reach it. A major disappointment to a former Jump5 fan.
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