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October 18, 2007

Music Reviews - James Blunt

By Staff

Released on September 18, 2007, James Blunt's All The Lost Souls is what music fans have been waiting for. After his debut album Back to Bedlam in 2005, fans have been anticipating his sophomore effort.

Released in a new format called MVI (Music Video Interactive), the All The Lost Souls DVD is more than just a DVD; it contains all his latest hits including "1973," "Same Mistake" and "Carry You Home," rich video content, portable music files, and interactive computer features.

Now fans can create James Blunt ringtones, check out some beautiful photos of him, get some buddy icons, and even set him as their wallpaper. Just when you thought that technology was at its apex, here comes a 2-disc DVD that contains more James Blunt than you'll know what to do with.

The music is fantastic, the documentary is inspiring and the ability to get interactive with James Blunt makes this man all the more extraordinary. And after you see the preview for Return to Kosovo, you will develop a new respect for Blunt, and perhaps even fall in love with him all over again.

One can appreciate Blunt's DVD release because every song has its own character and flavor, and it wasn't simply thrown together on a whim. This is an artist who embraces his craft whole-heartedly. The music is worth listening to over and over again, and the rest of the DVD is just butta, baby.

Best Song: "I'll Take Everything"
Best Video: Preview of Blunt's forthcoming James Blunt: Return to Kosovo
Best Interactive Computer Feature: Ringtones
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LadyThrills Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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