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Awake and Breathe

B*Witched

Release Date: 10.26.99
Record label: sony / epic
Genre(s): Pop

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Awake and Breathe label: sony / epic released: 10.26.99 our score: 1.5 out of 5.0

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by: peter naldrett


Teen favourites B*Witched took the pocket-money market by the scruff of the neck with their eponymous 3 million-selling debut album and, like them or loathe them, they are back to do the same with a follow up.


Maybe they're not trendy enough to earn a place on your CD rack, but the facts speak for themselves. They are the only act to reach the coveted number one spot with their first four singles and are the only UK signed group to have a top 10 hit in the US this year.


The new album, Awake and Breathe, features as many cheesy moments as you would expect from four girls called Edele, Keavy, Sinead and Lindsey, and there are as many Irish pipes as you'll find on the Titanic soundtrack. The most pungent cheesy moment is reserved for I Shall Be There, a collaboration with Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Elsewhere, it's just Pop Anthem City. They're the Spice Girls minus sex appeal, charisma and sing-a-long-ability.