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  • CD (20 octobre 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN : B001FD4WXC
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ELÉVATION

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Evidement s'il était question ici de juger la plastique de la demoiselle, 6 étoiles ne seraient pas de trop, mais on parle musique ici, donc il n'y a pas grand chose à dire..Une bimbo, pseudo star pour adolescents, qui fait dans le r'n'bi/hip hop, grande production à la chaine du moment.De toute facon , personne n'ecoute , tout le monde regarde..Etonnante d'ailleurs cette confusion dans l'esprit du public entre beauté des chanteuses(et chanteurs: voir le succés incompréhensible de Enrique Iglesias) et qualité musicale..Etonnante aussi cette musique qui ne s'ecoute plus mais se regarde sur les chaines à clips ou se consomme en rentrant de l'ecole dans le bus sur son telephone-qui-fait-des-photos-et-qui-fait-mp3 ..Pour l'anecdote cette Anggun fut découverte par ...Goldman? non , raté , essayez encore...Obispo? non , vous brulez!..Pagny?..Bingo! Quels decouvreurs de talents ceux là...Vu l'ampleur du desastre, je ne peux que conseiller à Anggun un changement de direction artistique: s'associer à Axl Rose et former ANGGUN & ROSES...
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la voix sensuel d'anggun et bien mise en valeur,si tu l'avoues,etc,mais les interludes,casse pieds et pas nécéssaire,quand au rap avec certaines chansons,bof,je préfére mélanger l'opéra avec la variété,je trouve le resultat meilleur,mais chacuns ses gôuts...sincérement l'album d'avant était largement meilleur...
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Par M. thy hry le 9 décembre 2008
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Un bel album eclectique et sensible
Le titre rap est tres bien fait, et tout s'écoute avec plaisir, belle voix bon texte bonne musique.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ANGGUN'S NEW DIRECTION...some familar elements tho. 13 juillet 2009
Par Larry Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
First off, discard what William Cornell said in his review. Yes, our lovely Indonesian princess Anggun is trying some new things here...there is a big urban and electronic influence on her latest "Elevation", BUT the beauty of this record is that whatever style she tries on, it still somehow comes out sounding like ANGGUN!! And that, my friends, is a beautiful thing. It all comes down to her unique, sensual, friendly, soulful voice that is part Annie Lennox, part Cher, part ???, and her distinctive songwriting style. AND in case William forgot, before 1997's self-titled English debut, aka "Snow On The Sahara", Anggun was a HARD ROCK/HEAVY METAL singer, along the lines of Bon Jovi or Metallica, so that was an artistic evolution...as is now "Elevation" and we have to embrace it as that's what artists do...they CHANGE and EVOLVE...ooooh the HORROR!!!!

You just have to get used to the new elements, that's all...here, it sounds like she was influenced by Beyonce in a big way, and that's not a bad thing, as she's one of the only urban artists that I like...I'm not a fan of mainstream R&B whatsoever, but the artists in that genre who try new things like Beyonce I like. There are some electronic dance influences too, like on the great catchy single "Crazy". She also collaborates with 2 rappers here and the songs work..."My Man" with Pras Michael from the Fugees, and the rocky, almost metallic "Stronger" with Big Al (no idea where he's from but he's like a rock rapper, like Sonny from POD or Zach De La Rocka from Rage Against The Machine).

There are also sweet shades of older mellower Anggun, like the beautiful lullaby she sings to her baby girl, "Eden In Her Eyes", and the album closer "World", which is like an older wiser "Look Into Yourself", and if enough people in the US heard this song, it could be a HUGE hit here.

One recommendation...ONLY buy this deluxe 2CD edition of "Elevation" because it has the album in both French AND English (it works amazingly well in both languages), the English track "EIHE" is on the French disc, the French disc has 2 interludes...one hilarious and one touching of Anggun actually singing to her baby daughter, calming her down...you hear the baby actually about to cry but Anggun doesn't stop and she goes to sleep...really touching. Anggun's already a great mom...a great-LOOKING mom too, yow, Greg's a lucky SOB...and lastly, the English disc has 2 great remixes, of "Crazy", the first of the French version, and the second of the English version.

Just get used to the urban elements and the album sounds great, the songs are worthy of Anggun's catalogue, and it's a fine, fun, moving listening experience...and yeah, the pics are great, as always.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 What A Disappointment--Pictures Are Great Though 11 décembre 2008
Par William B. Cornell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you're looking for more of the serious-minded forays of world music fused with highbrow pop that were common on her earlier discs, Sorry-- it's not here. The last decade has seen Anggun be one of the few torch-bearers for the mantle Kate Bush/Annie Lennox/Sade used to put forth before the entire music biz slid in the 90s, and coming from someone who also looked great was that much more enjoyable.
This disc sounds mostly like a Euro/French version of Beyonce with a lot of programmed drums. Dancable yes, but dancing is for morons--her "Nom De La Lune" right up to "Evanescence" had some really spectacular listening going for them. There's plenty of junk out there already to dance to (Justin Timerlake, Beyonce, Britney, blah blah blah), but precious little that's worth really listening to. Anggun stuff should be listened to--seriously--she's been that good before.
And please, Warner, don't dig up something truly great (like "Garde Moi" from the last time) and stick it on a "New Improved" version of "Elevation" 6 months from now. I won't buy it. It'll be easier to just download, or...better yet, get together another dozen tracks of really quality Anggun material and come out with a whole new disc. We'll wait. Maaf, Anggun, saya minta baik musik, silahkan, tidak "Europop".
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An elevation? Could have been... 27 mars 2010
Par FAZ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is rather ironic when Anggun came up with an album called "Elevation" but in reality the album has served as anything but elevation. Eventually, both the French and English versions of Elevation have become commercial failures, much like what happened with 2000's Desirs contraires / Chrysalis although at least Chrysalis still enjoyed some international success. But in her French repertoire, this album has sort of continued the pattern of one-successful-album-then-one-that-flops. And why is that? Over a decade of her international career, this amazing singer-songwriter (one of the most distinctive, accomplished... well, best vocalists of our time) this woman is still generally (and sadly) underrated in the international scene.

And why is that? Perhaps it's management-related (poor promotional treatments, limited networking, etc.) or perhaps it's Anggun's own decision to have a low-key career. Either way, it truly is a shame that not more people are exposed to the force of nature that is Anggun. Not only a fantastic singer, but it should be learned that Anggun is not a type of artist that settles for less; each of her albums experiments with various music styles, therefore solidifying her versatility as a singer and performer. Whatever style it is, you name it, she has pulled it off, all effortlessly. Country? There is the 2001 collaboration with Jesper Winge Leisner for Danish movie Anja & Viktor, "Rain" or perhaps Luminescence's "Human". Dance? Check out "No Stress" (with Laurent Wolf) or "Time Flies By" (with Ep Bergen). Jazz? There is the tantalizing "Summer in Paris" or her live cover of Nina Simone's classic, "My Baby Just Cares For Me". R&B? Try "My Sensual Mind" or "Still Reminds Me". Okay, I'm not implying she has not done every style of music, but she has covered many enough styles nonetheless.

In overview, Anggun's genre can be best described as Electronica. Although there is a great use of actual instruments in each album, computer programming and synths are ever-present. And that applies even more to Elevation... in which she is mainstream and current-sounding more than ever. For the first time, Anggun makes an album that is "in fashion" in terms of music style, heavily dabbling in R&B/Hip-Hop elements. This type of music enjoyed great prominence from mid to late 00s before electropop takes over once again these days. Unfortunately, Elevation came about at the time when this particular style was dwindling in the mainstream. It is very clear that Elevation took much of its inspiration from Nelly Furtado's Loose... the production and music style here definitely pay homage to Timbaland's works with Nelly Furtado on that album, also with Justin Timberlake on Future Sex/Love Sounds. Therefore for fans that are more of purists (still unable to let go of the haunting world fusion style of Snow on the Sahara or the introspective, muddled electropop style of Chrysalis) may find this album hard to digest. I am not one of them, but I can't completely blame them. Although Chrysalis was a surprising departure from Snow on the Sahara, the key to that album was its introspective, personal feel that eventually managed to resonate with older fans... and gain new fans as well. With Elevation, there is that introspective feel throughout, but the album's seductive, club-centric moments take things over, and perhaps causing a setback for some.

I have to say that for the first time, the French version of an Anggun album is better than the English one. I don't mind if Anggun wants to make her own "Loose", but it can't be at the expense of great lyrics. Truth be told, there are some tracks here that post some of Anggun's least flattering lyrics. The clear example is "No Song". Sophomoric and cliched, that's the best way I can describe the lyrics... which make the song more overwrought than it should be. Strangely, the song works perfectly in French and Indonesian ("Rien a ecrire" and "Berganti Hati"... and oh, there is a Russian version as well !)
"Crazy", on the other hand, is a lot of fun but the song reminds me a lot of the many fluffy Euro-pop hits in the early 00s (and the lyrics are... well, rather unflattering) although its French version, "Si tu l'avoues", has quite an edgy feel to it. Same goes to "A Change". In English, the song seems to get lost in translation, as "J'ignorais tout" soars higher with great rap parts by French rapper Sinik. Language definitely plays a huge part in a song. And when you record an album in two versions, it matters even more.
Some of the English lyrics do sound simplistic (there is a difference between "simple" and "simplistic"), which makes me wonder whether those were written last-minute, as they do sound rushed. In reverse, French is generally a more tight, rounded-up language and the French lyrics here do sound just like that (I happen to speak and understand a good amount of French).

For the French version, it is quite an elevation... and should have been (Luminescence is her most successful French album, Elevation was obviously meant to top, or at least emulate, it). But why it wasn't, I guess, once again comes down to poor strategy. Perhaps they released "Si tu l'avoues" as the first single to be in tune with the electropop sound that was beginning to take center stage in late 2008, but for someone like Anggun, it didn't work (the video was less than impressive as well). Then they followed it up by releasing "Si je t'emmene", which further tried to amp Anggun's appeal to the younger audience... it failed even worse. Then the album's best cut, "Hymne a la vie", was slated as the 3rd single but later scrapped. All this led to another commercial failure which should not of happened in the first place had they released a better first single ("Plus forte", "Rien a ecrire" or "Hymne a la vie") which would of claimed more "elevation" than the aforementioned two singles.

I'm actually a bit baffled, whether the decision to experiment with the mainstream sound here was a commercial or creative one. For Nelly Furtado, it was clearly both and it worked. The same thing goes to Jewel (although it was indeed a bit extreme). But with those two, they made that decision to bounce back from a rather dwindling commercial success as well as to broaden their musical horizons. With Anggun, she did that with Luminescence, it worked, but then she made a follow up like this... which, although not disappointing, does not exactly broaden her musical horizon, or play up to her strengths. Especially in tracks like "Si tu l'avoues" / "Crazy", "Si je t'emmene" / "My Man" or "Cette nuit" / "Give It To Love" which could of sounded more appropriate if sung by a teenage girl instead of mature, 30-something woman like her. She's much more suited in tracks like "Hide and Run", which is still seductive, but more fitting.

Thankfully, the album gets stronger towards the end. "Le temps perdu" / "Divine" sounds like a 90s R&B-pop track with introspective lyrics but delivered in a seductive manner. Had this album exerted more songs like this, or the next track, "Est-ce un hasard?" / "Is It A Sign?" (a personal favorite of mine), it would have worked more. To some these two songs might come off as mere "fillers", but for me, they show better promises of what this album could have been if the lyrics were better. "Is It A Sign?", in particular, is a great American R&B and Euro-pop jam with its hip-hop feel on the verses before seguing onto trance beats on the chorus... the guitar work is also delicious.

Then come the brilliant closers; first the sweeping acoustic ballad, "Eden in Her Eyes" (written for Anggun's daughter, also check out the song's interlude, "Selamat Tidur", a touching moment where Anggun sings a traditional Indonesian lullaby to her crying baby) and the worldbeat-inflected, "Un jour sur terre" / "World". These two are welcome reliefs to the album's earlier upbeat tracks. In "Un jour sur terre" / "World" (originally a theme song to the same-titled documentary on which Anggun served as a narrator in 2007), she sings about the teary situation of our planet, asking "What in the world is going on?"... as the previous reviewer stated, it is quite an updated version of Chrysalis' "Look Into Yourself".

CHOICE TRACKS:

"Hymne a la vie" / "Seize The Moment" (as stated before, the finest cut on the album... within the R&B/Hip-Hop style that is), "Plus forte" / "Stronger", "Si je t'emmene" / "My Man" (it's still a lot of fun after all), "Est-ce un hasard?" / "Is It A Sign?", "Eden in Her Eyes", "Un jour sur terre" / "World"

ALSO NOTABLE:

"J'ignorais tout", "Si tu l'avoues", "Rien a ecrire"

All in all, the end result is "quite satisfactory"; as commercial- and creative-wise, this could have been bettered up. But the best thing I can say about it is that Elevation just goes to show that Anggun is capable of delivering this style of music with ease. She does not sound forced, even if some of the material does not quite fit her, her distinctive voice never fails.

3.5 stars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Diversity anyone? 18 décembre 2008
Par Diana R. Widjojo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well I personally think the album has potential. Even though she is trying new styles she is still an amazingly spectacular performer which is why I will always support her. This album is a fresh new way to look and listen to anggun and yet she is still sophisticated and is just letting herself go. I do agree that her old stuff is excellent too but maybe thats what makes anggun, anggun because she can do anything and it suits her just fine.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Flawless, fun, and easy listening music! 8 janvier 2009
Par Anhjun Lozfen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This artist can sing in three different languages. You will appreciate this album even more if you're actually fluent in French! Wonderful music backed up with a strong voice. Recommended for new and dedicated fans alike =)
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