Nick Lachey - What's Left of Me

Thursday, June 15, 2006

An Artistic Awakening
Sometimes, the best artistic efforts come out of unhappy circumstances. Just as Gary Allan's latest country album Tough All Over - recorded after his wife committed suicide - took him to new heights, Nick Lachey post-Jessica reveals an artistic depth never hinted at in his previous work with 98 Degrees and the solo album Soul-O.

Lachey's obvious heartache permeates through this fine collection, with his voice sounding stronger and seemingly more elastic. The title track gets things off to a dramatic start, settling down a bit on the equally plaintive "I Can't Hate You Anymore." With "On Your Own," he lets his former chick know that he'll always be there for her, but at the same time, reveals that he still carries a lot of anger on "I Do It For You" where he wants her to bleed, beg, and crawl.

Those looking for Sunshine, Lollipops, and boyband Rainbows should probably stay away from this album, but anyone looking for a finely crafted, cathartic look at a failed relationship and its aftermath will find this to be a rewarding listening experience.

Track Listings
1. What's Left Of Me
2. I Can't Hate You Anymore
3. On Your Own
4. Outside Looking In
5. Shades Of Blue
6. Beautiful
7. Everywhere But Here
8. I Do It For You
9. Run To Me
10. Ghosts
11. You're Not Alone
11. You're Not Alone
12. Resolution
13. Did I Ever Tell You (bonus track)

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