Album Review: Where I Belong by Åsa

Album Name: Where I Belong
Artist: Åsa
Year/Label: 2005 / Independent

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Swedish singer Åsa Rydman follows her ep “Seeds of Love” with this debut full-length. It’s a very impressive record in the softer vein.

“Seeds of love” is reprised from the ep and it’s still catchy and sweet. Rydman’s vocal is endearing and the chorus memorable.

“Love me for a Day” is bright and sunny and the lead vocal adorable.

“My Valentine” is fresh and romantic, a song that’s very likely to stick in your mind.

The disco strut of “I Do Believe” is surpassingly inventive.

Rydman’s musical brew is an intriguing specimen. Her record is a pleasant and cool listen.

Posted on August 28, 2005

Track Listing
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1. Where I Belong
2. Seeds of Love
3. Love Me for a Day
4. World in Color
5. My Valentine
6. On the Telephone
7. I Do Believe
8. A Thousand Stars
9. Celebrating My Life
10. Cry
11. Come
12. Time

[Åsa Official Site]


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