The album Lovatics would like to forget


Every artist has an album that their fans would like to forget. For Lovatics, Demi Lovato’s fans, it’s Demi’s third album “Unbroken.”

Released in 2011, “Unbroken” was Demi’s post-rehab album where she had heavier lyrics and got a little personal on the album. In theory, this album sounds like it would be a good album. But it’s rather all over the place. The album had some good songs…and it had some bad song on it with some collaborations what just make you want to shake your head. Like why would Demi Lovato do a collab with Dev, Missy Elliot, Jason Derulo? Where in the world would they meet up at? It was just “So Random” (see what I did there?). While I give Demi credit for trying to find her sound, she really should have done it on the second album.

The tracklist was just all over the place and made me feel like I needed to go rehab because the majority of it was just a bunch of party songs. While some of the song were good, it just didn’t feel like a Demi Lovato album. It honestly felt like a rushed album that Demi Lovato put out to please her fans.

The two singles from album, “Skyscraper” and “Give Your Heart a Break,” are pretty much the best songs off of the album. They showcase Demi’s voice the best and they are a timeless classic that Demi will be singing for years to come.

Overall, If you found this album in the $5 bin at Walmart, I would buy it (that’s where I got my copy at). The album just feels off and not anything like the other two records before it and the one after it (read our review of it here). It’s worth the listen.


Rating: 2 pieces of Demi’s hair available online out of 5


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