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Katie Price aka Jordan and her husband, former pop star Peter Andre released an album A Whole New World late last year to cash in on their celebrity status. UK music journalists panned the album as mawkish, citizen reviewers on Amazon UK took a more pragmatic approach. Heaping their copy with ironic over-the-top praise and providing high ratings for the album. The reviews have become a source of merriment, appearing on gossip email newsletter HolyMoly.
Here’s just a selection:
From Mr SM Low – I feel that we are truly blessed to exist on the same planet as two obviously extremely talented individuals. I almost gave up on the music industry untill this couple came along. My cat was dead and now it is alive.
From Deejay Sleepy – I’ve been studying music full time now for the past seven years of my life. I’ve gone from Btec level right through to the masters degree that I’m currently studying for and I can say in all honesty that I have NEVER heard an album quite like this. As has been said in previous reviews, this is a work of truly earth-shattering importance. Despite the fact that it may seem like a cynical christmas marketing ploy to extract cash from Daily Mail and Hello readers, the sheer stunning brilliance of this record cannot be overstated.
From C Maxwell – I was a little sceptical at first – with two greats coming together like this. But all I can say is WOW I fell of my stool… this CD just wanted to make my touch myself and cry – tears of pure JOY were running down my face….!!!
From Daniel J North – When i first put this CD on i dropped to my knees and wept. They were strange tears, full of both the sublime meloncholy of the knowledge that i would never hear music better than this again. But they where also tears of joyous rapture, because i had the knowledge that i was there! I was there when the pinacle of audio perfection was reached and would never be bettered!
From Jamie X. B. Line – Like so many great artists, I fear that Kate and Pete are destined to remain unappreciated during their own life times. “A whole new world” is an understatement…”A whole new musical paradigm” would have been more apt I feel. Don’t let the sarcasm of the philistines who have reviewed this album below put you off. There have been many turning points in the history of Western music…it has often been said for instance that after the first performance of Beethoven’s Third Symphony, music was never the same again.