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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN : B000002O30
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HASH(0x947e2714) étoiles sur 5 Tiffany Forever! 27 juillet 2004
Par Twinbutterfly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Maybe I was at that perfect impressionable age in 1987 (I was 8), but to this day I still play Tiffany loud and proud.

I remember introducing her and her mega-hit "I Think We're Alone Now" to my fellow Grade 3-ers after recording it off the Saturday night Top 40 countdown (as you did back then) and then practically BEGGING my mum to buy me the cassette album, which I played to death, though NEVER got sick of.

How about that voice? Sure, it may be a little over-produced on a couple of tracks ("I Saw Him Standing There"...but a great cover nonetheless), but "Could've Been" and "Feelings of Forever" still give me goosebumps! Talk about Power Ballads!

I believe the album has a timeless quality - none of the tracks really scream "80's" - yes, it's pop. But it's good pop!

And let's not forget that back then, our pre-teen idols (I was also a Debbie Gibson fan) didn't have to dress like they belonged in a seedy strip club, or use a quickie-drunken-wedding to try and sell their records!

Tiffany didn't get the full credit, success and longevity in the industry she so deserved with her amazing talent, but I'll always be one of her biggest fans. Tiffany Forever!
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HASH(0x947e2768) étoiles sur 5 Tiffany's Debut Album Hints At Still-Untapped Potential 13 janvier 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a 10 year-old in 1988, I remember crimping my hair, donning my pink neon shirt, and dancing with my friends to Tiffany's "I Saw Him Standing There" at one of our birthday parties. At that time, this music was what the current teen craze is for this generation: pure, harmless, idealistic fun. It is only years later, as a 22 year-old student, that I am able to look back at that time and that music in a more removed manner. Recently, the same friend who had been celebrating her birthday with me years ago informed me that she still had (and still listened to) Tiffany's debut album. With that, she popped it in her car stereo and I found myself listening to the album in a whole different way. When one compares the polished, sleek vocals of today's crop of teen queens, Tiffany's vocal style sounds remarkably raw and rough, hinting at an age beyond her years. This is immediately apparent in songs such as "Promises Made," and the pleading "Danny." In addition, songs such as the hit "Could've Been" while retaining rather self-pitying lyrics that would sound, well, rather self-pitying by any other performer, sounded real with Tiffany's delivery. The country-tinged vocal (and indeed country music was Tiffany's first love), give the song a depth that a singer such as Debbie Gibson, for example, even with her perfect pitch, could not duplicate emotionally. "Spanish Eyes" is a restless, slightly dark-sounding number, and "Kid On A Corner" would sound less believable had it been re-made by any of today's teen singers. When Tiffany sings "I'm not gonna be...just a kid on a corner..." with all of the gutsy determination a teen can muster, we want to believe her. Therefore, Tiffany's debut album contains moments of insight, not as much in the production (which is pure 80's pop) as in Tiffany's wise-beyond-her-years vocal delivery. This quality makes what seem like rather inconsequential songs seem haunting, like there is some meaning somewhere that we, the jaded " I can't believe I listened to those teen idols!" crowd do not want to admit exists. When one does look back at this album objectively, however, one can see that Tiffany's was a talent that should have, in an ideal world, carried her past the teen pop craze, as she had potential to move beyond the producton limitations to find her own voice.
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HASH(0x947e293c) étoiles sur 5 Could've been... I mean, Tiffany's debut is great 18 octobre 2003
Par Daniel J. Hamlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
OK, Tiffany's turn. Her debut was one of the three albums I bought myself on Xmas Eve 1987.
Her voice sounds like a juvenile Stevie Nicks at times in the opening "Should've Been Me", with a beat reminiscent of John Waite's "Missing You". The title The hurt she feels at seeing her beau's new girl Her voice rises to an angry hurt crescendo, intensifying the scratchiness of her young voice, reflected by a loud burst of synths and a sax solo. "call it jealousy call me a fool/it's more than my eyes wanna see."
"Danny" has a good keyboard beat to recommend it and her vocals near the smoothness of her hit singles. "Spanish Eyes" has a bass and keyboards sporting a typical polished pop sound that was in vogue in 1987.
"Feeling Of Forever", the fourth single, bombed on the charts, but it's a great ballad. I wonder if people thought it a rip-off of Bryan Adam's "Heaven", because the way the chorus goes to a crescendo, down to the guitar and rhythm of the words, matches "Heaven." "Cause all I want, is for you to hold me now/and we can make it through this night forever/all I need/is for you to show me how/cause nothing can stop this feeling of forever." I still like this song even if it does seem derivative.
"Kid On The Corner" has a strong bass and a tenderness in her voice that tries to mimic 60's soul like the Drifters with 80's pop sensibilities and a guitar solo. She asserts she's not gonna be just the title character, which shows some maturity in her.
On "I Saw Him Standing There", which was a gender change on the Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There": OK, there's no way the bursts of synth and guitar that tries to mimic George Harrison's original can match the first song off the Fabs' first album. Some scratchiness comes into her voice as she tries to match the intensity of John Lennon's voice. A valiant effort, but... At least it hit the Top 20.
There is a throwaway cut, "Johnny's Got The Inside Moves", but that's followed by a mid-paced ballad. "Promises Made" uses the "Missing You" rhythm once again, but with her smoother vocals. "Promises made are promises broken" she sings. "Oh it's not fair." Another standout cut.
The pulsing bass and keyboards, with a catchy sound made her remake of Tommy James' "I Think We're Alone Now" shoot straight to #1. Definitely a standout cut and deservedly one that merited the top spot.
"The flowers you gave me have are just about to die", Tiffany sings plaintively in her #1 ballad, "Could've Been" There's some nice piano and string arrangements. "Could've been so beautiful/could've been so right/could've been my lover/everyday of my life" goes the chorus, but she puts on a brave face when she sings "still what could've been is better than what could never be at all." There's a guitar solo that accompanies the crescendo of drums and strings. The best song here hands down.
Tiffany's voice seems more genuine instead of pre-fab than her main rival, Debbie Gibson. I liked both their albums, but even with the filler cut, this album, using more guitar and synths, isn't as plastic as her rival.
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HASH(0x947e2f6c) étoiles sur 5 Ah, to relive the old days 1 avril 2000
Par mst3k4evr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was 8 when I bought this(on tape, want to get this on CD)and I loved it from the start. I remember singing along to these songs with my cousins and friend, and I still love it now! It might be 80s cheese, but with all the new teen sensations out now(Britney, Christina, Mandy Moore), this would be the PERFECT time for her to make a comeback! In fact, her new album should be released in May. I CAN'T WAIT!
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HASH(0x947e2f90) étoiles sur 5 Harmless Fun 9 juillet 2012
Par Robert C. Hufford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this as kind of a curiosity as I remember the kids listening to it way back when. This is not profound music but it is enjoyable listening...the cuts, save for the cover of "I Saw Her Standing There", were all new and this was cutting edge pop at the time. And after a quarter century "Promises Made" and "I Think We're Alone Now" still have a great beat while "Could've Been" remains a great song. Now, of course, it would be tame...the pretty girl has all her clothes on and the lyrics are clean.

This album is not, and doesn't pretend to be, 'great music', and Tiffany makes no pretentions of being Anna Netrebko, (Does Anna pretend to be Tiffany? Another topic...) but it is a nice trip down memory lane that you can listen to without blushing. And it's WAY better than much of what passes for music now. All in all a fine debut for a girl who if she didn't turn into an icon has given us some fun music over the years.
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