Mandy Moore’s ‘Coverage’ DVD Reviewed

Contributed anonymously: reviewed the Deluxe Edition of Mandy Moore’s new album ‘Coverage’ that comes with a bonus DVD. It earned a ‘Recommended’ 3 1/2 out of 5 stars rating. Above the technical aspect of the disc, the praises went out to Moore. “Moore’s impossibly sunny, yet seemingly genuine and rather down-to-earth personality manages to make the piece enjoyable.” Read the entire article here.

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3 thoughts on “Mandy Moore’s ‘Coverage’ DVD Reviewed

  1. Madfan says:

    It’s good that Mandy Moore has chosen to remain clean and respectable. She chooses her movie and musical projects well. She also seems to be a really nice person, that’s why everybody loves her — we all love her. In a business populated by desperate has-beens (Madonna) and wasted non-talent (Britney Spears), Mandy Moore is a ray of light. There is still hope in the world after all.

  2. Cicero says:

    I agree with what you said — except for the last sentence or two, heh. Mandy is articulate, beautiful — and have you heard her *voice* on this album? What in the world happened to her? My gosh, she’s really gifted. Incredible. She’s a great actress, critics gush about her, and her wholesome image is neither contrived nor boring. I hope she’ll stick around for years and years; she’s a breath of fresh air. …but I think that she helps add to the variety of artists such as Madonna, Britney and Christina. ;) Don’t be too harsh with me, MadFan — diversity of entertainment is a good thing.

  3. JLOVER101 says:

    I’m actually listening to the CD right now. I bought it the day it came out on my lunch break from work and I must say I was a little wary at first because I couldn’t picture a CD full of Coverage songs to be any good. However, Mandy just took this in a totally different direction, stayed really true to the original and that’s a great thing, you should never try to outdo an original (Satisfaction, I Love Rock and Roll were nightmares for Brit) And I must say she has a powerful voice, and her cookie cutter image is no more. She opened and closed the album with a bang. It just grabs you from the beginning to the end. Everyone who doesn’t have it go buy it this weekend, let’s make her number 1.

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