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Released: 4th April 2005.

Natasha Bedingfield - I Bruise EasilyBedingfield Mk II rejoins the music scene after a four month hiatus with the fourth cut from her double platinum album "Unwritten". Natasha apparently bruises like a peach... well, in terms of relationships at least, which is what this song is about. This is, in fact, a very classy song, with a video to match, and some very subtle vocals by Ms Bedingfield - something she's not usually associated with. However, it lacks that killer hook which would make it one of the songs of the year, hence why it's only the fourth release from the album. Good effort though.

* * * * (ollie44)



For her new single, Natasha has chosen another ballad from her debut album, "Unwritten". "I Bruise Easily" is a rather pointless release, as not only is it the fourth cut from her successful album, it's also rather bland. A very lazy, viscous track, though Natasha's vocal talents shine as usual. Her performance on the song is excellent, and she proves she is equal to her gifted brother, if not better. However, "I Bruise Easily" is unlikely to pick another top position, being both forgettable and boring.

* * (Ilya Khorkov)

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