Emma Bunton "Free Me" Review
CoHo's Music Reviews


Original Date Of Release (In Europe): February 9, 2004

01-Free Me
03-I'll Be There
06-Crickets Sing For Anamaria
07-No Sign Of Life
08-Who The Hell Are You?
09-Lay Your Love On Me
10-Amazing (featuring Luis Fonsi)
11-You Are
12-Something So Beautiful

In 2002, Emma Bunton released her first album away from her Spice Girls partners.  Two years after "A Girl Like Me" was released, Emma has returned with her sophomore album "Free Me".  Her album is full of slow and up tempo songs.  If you're a fan of ballads you would probably like "Amazing," "Free Me," and "I'll Be There".  But for those who are looking for more fun dancing songs "Maybe," "Who The Hell Are You?" and "Breathing" are for you.  Emma did a cover of Edie Brickell's "What I Am" on her first album, this time around she does an even better job on "Crickets Sing For Anamaria," originally by Marcos Valle.  If you're looking for a fun album that has slow songs as well as ones you can dance to, "Free Me" would be a perfect choice.