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McCartney's Departure Catapults Him to the Top

Jesse McCartney’s latest album Departure is exactly what the title depicts. This new and improved sound from McCartney is a welcomed change from his previous Disney infused music. Don’t get me wrong, his earlier albums and songs had an appeal, but Departure blows his previous LP’s out of the water. First on the album is the upbeat and catchy jam “Leavin’”, which was the first single off Departure. America has positively responded to the more R&B infused sound “Leavin’” brings to the table, making it the number one song of Summer 2008 with five consecutive weeks atop the Mediabase Top 40 Charts and Radio. Next up is “It’s Over”, the second single from McCartney on this LP. “It’s Over” is a fan favorite and a song you will often find you have on repeat on your iPod or singing along to loudly in the car. This song’s addictive beat and emotionally distinctive lyrics make it one of the stand out songs on the album. Some other favorites on the album include the happy-go-lucky “How Do You Sleep?” that you can’t help but bust a move to, as well as the sultry track “Told You So” that engages your full attention. The R&B beats from “My Baby” and “Relapse” won’t disappoint either. They have great dance appeal to them that will get you up off you feet and onto the dance floor. “Runnin’” is another track that harnesses the “it” factor listeners are demanding. Its smooth flow and rhythmic tones won’t disappoint. Overall you can’t go wrong with owning this album. There are numerous songs on this album everyone can relate to and enjoy, girls and guys. Departure is exactly as it reads and McCartney’s new and more mature sound is a huge leap in the right direction.

Not What Expected

Let's just say his music won't be on the disney channel anymore.

Great new album for the now grown up singer

Jesse McCartney has finally come into his own with this album. Everyone's upset because he's not "Disney" anymore but that's a great thing. Jesse has grown up (he's 21 now) and his music has grown up with him. Departure is much more mature considering he's no longer 16 years old. It's definitely different from his previous music but the 1st single "Leavin" got both him and his record label their first #1 hit. Don't expect pop rock music but embrace techno/R&B instead. His voice has finally matured and smoothed out. I love this cd. Not anything bad about it.

It's a change for him, but in a good way!

I have been a fan of Jesse McCartney since he was in Dream Street and I have both of his previous albums (Beautiful Soul, Right Where You Want Me). At first I thought I wouldn't like this album. But I gave it a chance and listened to it with a open mind. I'll admit that it is way different from his other music. But I like it. This album has a lot more R&B to it, has a nice rythym too. I'd say Jesse has proven himself to be capable of singing more mature music overall.

Good voice, strange music

I would probably copy a couple of songs to listen to on my iPod, but basically I was disappointed. I like to watch him in person but the music seemed a little strange for my likeing.
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