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0304 album for sale by Jewel was released Jun 03, 2003 on the Atlantic (Label) label. Everybody's favorite Alaskan pop dame apparently spent the time between 2001's THIS WAY and 0304 distancing herself from her roots and closely studying the Britney-style teenpop phenomenon. 0304 buy CD music Gone is the earnest, coffehouse folkie feel, replaced by squadrons of percolating synthesizers and snappy loops. Together with new writing partner/co-producer Lester Mendez, she seems to have worked out a way to mate Max Martin-style pop hooks with her own sometimes-introspective, sometimes-philosophical lyrics. 0304 CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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I like her but one of the song's i mostly hear on the radio is ''Intuition'' anyway's she's awsome!
By Kaci (Canada)
||She's done it again!|
Jewel 'Rocks' again! What else can you say. The woman's voice is just incredible. Once again, a refreshing new album. You must get this one!
By a reviewer (Crestline, Ca)
||Great Up-beat Music|
I love this CD! Lots of neat music and songs that really showcase Jewel's voice. This is my first CD of hers and now I'm a big fan.
By a reviewer (Tyler, TX, USA)
||O. K Album|
The album was alright, but her folksey stuff is definitly better. It's cool that she went in a different direction with her style, but it dosen't suit her all that well.
By Mindy (Heath, Ohio USA)
||Artists Cant Seem to Win|
If Jewel had released another coffehouse style collection, people would've complained that every album sounds the same, and now that she's really taken a chance creatively, she's being criticized cause she's evolved since 1996.
By SongGoddess831 (California)
intuition the perfect music
By caioac4 (brasil)
||what is this?|
after the first two albums, everything went downhill. this album is horrible. whatever happened to that pure organic sounding jewel. she should stick to playing her guitar and stay away from that pop scene.
By rey (honolulu, hi)
||such a shame|
I've been a Jewel fan since 1996 and she never ceases to amaze me.... this time she amazed me with how horrible she's become.
By Carrick (Vienna, Virginia)
||Different and wonderful|
I've heard in my circle and read on Internet that most of people have been disappointed by this album. Personally, I was surprised the first time i listened to it and did not know what to think, then, when i listened to it again, I really feel it was not a different Jewel who wanted to copy some other singers' styles, it is Jewel in her musical evolution.
By free_expanse (La Garde, Var, France)
||A Great Album!|
I am a huge fan of Jewel's (and yes, I was one during her earlier albums) and I have to say this is a great album.
By boothj (Alexandria, VA, USA)
||"Cole Porter stuff"???|
Jewel writes in the liner notes (in basic fifth grade English as if she's 11 0r 12) that she wanted to do a modern take on Cole Porter "stuff" and big band.
By bookworm_21044 (Columbia, MD)
||Variety is the Spice of Life|
Really good musicians can create songs from all types of music styles. I've been an avid Jewel fan since "Pieces of You".
By a reviewer (Los Angeles, CA)
||Too bland production|
I'd like to put this review into context. There's no doubt Jewel's got massive talent. She's got a unique voice that can go from childish to mature in a split second.
By a reviewer (Stockholm, Sweden)
||A disappointment of epic proportions!!!|
Being the hardcore Jewel fan that I am I was utterly disgusted with the new "style" or so they call it, on this album.
By a reviewer (River Falls, WI)
I am a huge Jewel fan, but after hearing this album I am seriously at a loss. The tracks are a monotonous wash of awful pop that can be found on so many other artists albums.
By a reviewer (Perth, Western Australia)
||Jewel lives her music career to the fullest...|
I love this album just as much as her earlier work. There's just as much emotion and truth in her lyrics as there ever has been, the only difference is the sound (which in some cases, really aren't THAT different if you give it a few listens).
By a reviewer (Hammond, IN, USA)
Most long time Jewel fans will immediately notice from the front cover. Sure she changed her look but as she recently stated, "I'm just having fun with it." I have to admit, I was kinda skeptical at first.
By beastacho (Canada)
||PRETTY DARN GOOD|
This album is damned good, it knocks the socks out of the, and please believe me, the really bad music that pollutes the English charts like a ceaseless cesspit.
By matt6callis (Bristol, England)
||the best dance record in years|
I'm dancing up a storm to this groovy CD. it's far out. i was worn out dancing to this. i love energetic music.
By a reviewer (troy, ohio)
||Jewel - 3040|
I have been reading some of the reviews people are giving Jewel. Despite what others say I loved this CD. She isn't trying to be another Brittney Spears people!!! She is just trying something new and fun, the key word is fun.
By a reviewer (ND, USA)
||Fresh and Fun|
"0304" is a refreshing mix of hip-hop, dance, jazz, folk, and techno elements. Jewel branches out, bravely exploring new musical territory without eschewing her more modest roots.
By a reviewer (NYC, NY, USA)
||Better than ever|
Jewel's done it again; she continues to create something new and fresh with each album. This CD was somewhat sweet and pixie-ish in style.
By a reviewer (Brookfield, OH, USA)
||don't waste your $$$$|
As a long-time fan, I was hoping for another offering of Jewel's unique folk-rock mix. This is simply not the case.
By grandadmiraltu (somewhere in Ohio, USA!)
||hot and sexy|
Jewel is amazing no matter what type of music she makes. This latest CD is fun and sexy. It makes me want to dance and party all night long.
By a reviewer (Bloomington, IN USA)
||Jewel Sells Out|
I suppose all that thoughtful music Jewel was making wasn't selling, so now she's doing the Britney Aguilerra thing. That's too bad.
By a reviewer (NJ, USA)
||The Jewel is still shining|
Before I even knew of Jewel comming out with a "pop" album, I saw the "Intuition" video late one night, and thought "Oh my GOD! Jewel's on crack!!!" I got the album yesterday and listened from beginning to end, and it's actually VERY GOOD.
By NaletNanette (Hollywood, CA, USA)
I love all of jewels albums, but this one is probably my favorite, although all of her albums are great. I love her new style of music.
By jewel_48192_2000 (michigan)
Jewel has out down her self. She mixes up the genres with the lyrics that touch the soul and society's nerve.
By zeisel561 (Urbana, IL)
||What's happened to Jewel???|
This is a radical departure from her preivous albums. In fact, one has to wonder why has she moved on to teeny bopper pop music with a few tracks having a somewhat latino pop style to them.
By a reviewer (Hamilton, NZ)
i don't understand, first Celine Dion and now this? Jewel clearly should stick to the more artistic approach to music, The word isn't evolving, the word is desperate.
By a reviewer (Lockport, NY)
This album is different from her previous, but I actually enjoyed it more. I loved her old albums, but this album I believed is great!!! Jewel has such a great voice and the beats are awesome.
By a reviewer (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
This album was actually pleasing. After hearing the first single "Intuition", i thought that Jewel was trying to be get into the Britney type vibe.
By trevor_chambers (Toronto, Canada)
||Strange, but good|
Everyone keeps talking about how Jewel has sold out on this project, but in fact she has just evolved. Her lyrics and singing style are the same Jewel you've known and loved; the only thing different is the production.
By a reviewer (storrs, CT, USA)
||WOZZERS! YOU GO GIRL!!!!|
WOW! Jewel is soooo talented ! This CD prooves that she can sing so many different styles of music! It's good to hear somone these days with true talent! This Cd is worth your money! GO GET IT NOW!
By a reviewer (Erie,PA,USA)
||can you say sellout...|
Well Jewel has decided to sellout since her last few folk albums weren't selling and she is calling it trying out new things.
By a reviewer (Eatontown,NJ)
||Jewel = Industry Product|
This is not jewel. "Peices of You" was Jewel. The only true music that Jewel ever made was pre-stardom! Her MTV Unplugged Show and Peices Of You were the best things, Very Genuine! I think that this is too close to Britney & Christina!
By a reviewer (New York City, NY)
What a blatant attempt at appealing to the Britney crowd! This is the most ridiculous musical transformation since Vitamin C decided to go teeny-pop. Lyrics are horrible and Lester Mendez's production is incredibly rough! I'll wait for Ms Kilcher's next offering I think!
By janhong (Sydney, Australia)
||The best ever!!!|
I love Jewels music, and have all of her albums. I can't wait for the release. The tracks and snipets I have heard are her best yet.
By a reviewer (Boston,MA,USA)
||Jewel Best Work Yet.|
This is by far her best work yet. I have been a jewel fan for since her first CD. Now with 0304 you get to hear a jewel you've never heard before.
By a reviewer (Salt Lake City, Utah)
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|CD Universe Part number||5844513|
|Release Date||Jun 03, 2003|
|Engineer||Clif Norrell; Carlos Paucar; Greg Collins; Andrew Scheps; Ryan Freeland|
|Recording Time||53 minutes|
|Personnel||Abe Laboriel Jr. - snare drums, drums, percussion, sound effects|
Paul Bushnell - bass
Patrick Warren - chamberlain
David Levita - electric guitar
Lester Mendez - keyboards, hand claps
Jewel - vocals, guitar
Mick Bolger - accordion, trumpet, trombone
Greg Collins - sound effects
Lester A. Mendez - keyboards, sound effects
Mark Oakley - acoustic guitars, Rusty Anderson, Dave Levita
Mike Bolger - accordion, trumpet, trombone
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