Turn It Up (Pixie Lott album)

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Turn It Up
Pixie Lott - Turn It Up.png
Studio album by
Released11 September 2009 (2009-09-11)
Studio
Genre
Length40:34
LabelMercury
Producer
Pixie Lott chronology
Turn It Up
(2009)
Young Foolish Happy
(2011)
Alternative cover
Turn It Up Louder cover
Turn It Up Louder cover
Singles from Turn It Up
  1. "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)"
    Released: 3 June 2009
  2. "Boys and Girls"
    Released: 5 September 2009
  3. "Cry Me Out"
    Released: 30 November 2009
  4. "Gravity"
    Released: 8 March 2010
  5. "Turn It Up"
    Released: 7 June 2010
  6. "Broken Arrow"
    Released: 10 October 2010

Turn It Up is the debut studio album by English singer Pixie Lott, released on 11 September 2009 by Mercury Records. The album's first two singles, "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" and "Boys and Girls", both topped the UK Singles Chart, while subsequent singles "Cry Me Out", "Gravity" and "Turn It Up" all reached the top 20. Turn It Up peaked at number six on the UK Albums Chart and was certified double Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry, with sales in excess of 600,000 copies.

The album was re-released as Turn It Up Louder on 18 October 2010. It was preceded by the release of "Broken Arrow" as its lead single, and includes nine other bonus songs.[3][4] In 2010, it was reported that Interscope Records was planning to release Turn It Up in the United States with new songs in early 2011,[5][6] which never materialised.

Singles[edit]

"Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" was released on 3 June 2009 as the album's lead single. It debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, making Lott the second British female solo artist to have a debut single enter atop the chart without previously appearing on a reality television show, after Billie Piper.[7][8]

Follow-up single "Boys and Girls" was released on 5 September 2009, a week before the album's release. The song debuted at number 73 on the UK Singles Chart before climbing to number one the following week, earning Lott her second consecutive chart-topper and breaking the record of the biggest leap to the top position in the UK chart history.[9]

"Cry Me Out", released as the third single on 30 November 2009, peaked at number 12 on the UK chart, Lott's first single to miss the top 10.[10]

"Gravity" was released as the album's fourth single on 8 March 2010. It charted at number 20 in the UK, making it her fourth consecutive top-20 single.[10]

"Turn It Up" was released as the fifth single on 7 June 2010, for which a music video, directed by Nick Frew, was shot in Los Angeles on 17 April 2010.[citation needed] The single became her fifth consecutive top-20 entry when it peaked at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart.[10]

"Broken Arrow" was released on 10 October 2010 as the only single (sixth overall) from the Turn It Up Louder reissue. The music video was directed by Gregg Masuak, and premiered on 16 September 2010. The single reached number 12 on the UK chart, giving Lott her sixth consecutive top-20 single.[10]

Although it was initially suggested that "Coming Home", a collaboration with American R&B singer Jason Derulo, was originally going to serve as the second single from Turn It Up Louder after it debuted at number 51 on the UK Singles Chart,[11][12] Lott later confirmed on her official Twitter page that she was filming a video for "Can't Make This Over".[12] The video premiered on 25 November 2010, but the single release was ultimately cancelled.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic51/100[13]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[14]
BBC MusicFavourable[15]
Daily Express2/5[2]
The Daily Telegraph3/5 stars[16]
Digital Spy3/5 stars[17]
musicOMH2/5 stars[1]
The ObserverMixed[18]
The Sunday Times4/5 stars[19]
Yahoo! Music7/10 stars[20]

Turn It Up received mixed reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 51, based on eight reviews, which indicates "mixed or average reviews".[13] Paul Lester of BBC Music described the album as a "classy, if not classic, debut from potential-rich pop newcomer" and stated that the songs on the album "do indeed sound as though they could be farmed out to other RnB starlets. That's a compliment as much as it is a criticism: from the 1960s soul stomp of her number one hit 'Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)' to new single 'Boys & Girls' with its brassy Mark Ronson-esque production, some of the material here lacks character."[15] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic wrote, "Despite this fondness for swinging girl group sounds and Pixie's predilection for belting out the songs, Turn It Up doesn't play as a retro-soul throwback, the way Winehouse or Duffy do. Lott never attempts to seem wiser than her years, [...] and the production is wisely, slyly modern."[14]

Digital Spy music editor Nick Levine commented that "Turn It Up is never dull—Lott has too much natural exuberance for that—but it's a little safe and lacking in surprises", citing "Gravity", "Turn It Up" and "Here We Go Again" as highlights.[17] Dan Cairns of The Sunday Times opined that "[b]ar two missteps ('My Love' and 'Nothing Compares'), Turn It Up is superior, infectious, expertly tailored pop that, had it been recorded 30 or so years ago, would very likely now be being praised to the heavens in reissue sections."[19] Dan Gennoe of Yahoo! Music noted that "[t]he sass, swagger, killer hooks and big production have been focused on the obvious chart contenders and the rest of the album is, true to tradition, a lot of middle of the road balladry and overly earnest swaying, also known as filler."[20] Daily Express reviewer Robert Spellman felt that the single "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" "promised what the album hasn't delivered, a sort sultry self-confidence with a pinch of the wreckless [sic] that would do Lady Gaga proud", adding that "corny power ballads such as 'Cry Me Out' and too much half-baked R&B mistakenly attempt to give Pixie depth when she—or rather her writers—should be gunning for surface only."[2] The Daily Telegraph's Helen Brown referred to Lott as "[f]un and feisty but hard to distinguish from the rest of this year's girl pop pack."[16] In a review for musicOMH, Michael Cragg dismissed the album as "a fairly average pop album being strangled by a talented vocalist who equates loudness with emotion."[1] Imogen Carter of The Observer compared the album to a "Disney teen-movie soundtrack", calling it "cloying and cliche-ridden, particularly the slow numbers."[18]

Commercial performance[edit]

Turn It Up debuted at number six on the UK Albums Chart, selling 25,652 copies in its first week.[21] Following the album's re-release Turn It Up Louder on 18 October 2010, it rose from number 29 to number nine on 24 October with 15,114 copies sold.[22] On 13 August 2010, the album was certified double Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).[23] In Ireland, Turn It Up debuted and peaked at number 18 on the Irish Albums Chart for the week ending 17 September 2009.[24]

The album saw modest success across continental Europe, reaching number 16 in Denmark, number 24 on the European Top 100 Albums chart, number 49 in Switzerland, number 60 in France, number 70 in Austria and Belgium's Wallonia, number 81 in Germany, number 92 in the Netherlands and number 99 in Belgium's Flanders.[25][26] In Oceania, it peaked at number eight on the Australian Hitseekers Albums Chart and at number 30 in New Zealand.[25][27]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)"
3:16
2."Cry Me Out"
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
4:04
3."Band Aid"
Gad3:30
4."Turn It Up"
3:16
5."Boys and Girls"
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Lott
3:02
6."Gravity"
  • Jeberg
  • Cutfather
3:35
7."My Love"
  • Lott
  • Cunnigham
  • Jeberg
  • Hansen
  • Jeberg
  • Cutfather
3:19
8."Jack"Zizzo3:12
9."Nothing Compares"
Gad3:34
10."Here We Go Again"
RedOne3:05
11."The Way the World Works"
  • Zizzo
  • Lott
Zizzo3:11
12."Hold Me in Your Arms"
  • Lott
  • Ryan Laubscher
Laubscher3:30
Total length:40:34
iTunes Store bonus track[28]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Use Somebody"3:06
UK iTunes Store deluxe edition bonus tracks[29]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
13."Use Somebody"
  • C. Followill
  • N. Followill
  • J. Followill
  • M. Followill
 3:08
14."When Love Takes Over"
  • Thornalley
  • Hauge
3:20
15."Without You"
Mason3:50
16."Rolling Stone"RedOne3:40
17."Want You"
  • Johannes Joergensen
  • Daniel "Obi" Klein
  • Tim McEwan
  • Lott
Deekay3:58
18."Silent Night"Traditional 3:11
Turn It Up Louder
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)"
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Kurstin[a]
3:16
2."Cry Me Out"
  • Lott
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Campsie
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
4:04
3."Band Aid"
  • Gad
  • Lott
Gad3:30
4."Turn It Up" (Single Mix)
  • Lott
  • Cunningham
  • Jeberg
  • Hansen
Jeberg, Cutfather3:16
5."Boys and Girls"
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Lott
  • Hauge
  • Thornalley
  • Smith[a]
3:02
6."Gravity"
  • Wroldsen
  • Jeberg
  • Hansen
  • Secon
Jeberg, Cutfather3:35
7."My Love"
  • Lott
  • Cunnigham
  • Jeberg
  • Hansen
  • Jeberg
  • Cutfather
3:19
8."Jack"
  • Zizzo
  • Lott
  • Raven
Zizzo3:12
9."Nothing Compares"
  • Gad
  • Brown
  • Lott
Gad3:34
10."Here We Go Again"
  • Lott
  • RedOne
  • Kipner
  • Frampton
RedOne3:05
11."The Way the World Works"
  • Zizzo
  • Lott
Zizzo3:11
12."Hold Me in Your Arms"
  • Lott
  • Laubscher
Laubscher3:30
13."Use Somebody"
  • C. Followill
  • N. Followill
  • J. Followill
  • M. Followill
 3:08
14."When Love Takes Over"
  • Rowland
  • Guetta
  • Rister
  • O. Nervo
  • M. Nervo
  • Thornalley
  • Hauge
3:20
15."Without You"
  • Lott
  • Mason
  • DioGuardi
  • Russell
Mason3:50
16."Rolling Stone"
  • Lott
  • RedOne
  • Hajji
  • Hamid
RedOne3:40
17."Want You"
  • Joergensen
  • Klein
  • McEwan
  • Lott
Deekay3:58
18."Broken Arrow"
  • Lott
  • Cunningham
  • Gad
3:39
19."Coming Home" (featuring Jason Derulo)
  • Lott
  • Sirach Charles
  • Derulo
  • James F. Reynolds
  • Zach Hancock[b]
3:36
20."Doing Fine (Without You)"
  • Braide
  • James F. Reynolds[a]
3:09
21."Can't Make This Over"
John Shanks3:33
22."Catching Snowflakes"
3:50
Total length:76:04
Turn It Up Louder – UK iTunes Store bonus track[30]
No.TitleLength
23."Broken Arrow" (Devos & Devereux Remix)7:41

Notes[edit]

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[b] signifies an extra vocal producer
  • ^[c] signifies a vocal producer
  • "Coming Home" incorporates elements of "(I Just) Died in Your Arms" by Cutting Crew.
  • The enhanced CD includes a link to a bonus area on Push Entertainment, which can only be accessed by inserting the CD into a computer's CD/DVD drive, featuring videos of "Boys and Girls" and "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" to watch online, and to download for free.[31]
  • CD pressings of Turn It Up Louder prior to November 2010 and its iTunes release contain the album version of "Turn It Up".

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Turn It Up.[32]

Musicians

  • Pixie Lott – vocals (all tracks); background vocals (tracks 1–3, 5, 11)
  • Mads Hauge – drums, keyboards (track 1); bass, guitar, programming (tracks 1, 2, 5); background vocals (tracks 1, 2); Wurlitzer (track 5)
  • Phil Thornalley – drums (track 1); piano (tracks 1, 5); glockenspiel (track 2); guitar (track 5)
  • Anders Kallmark – synthesiser (track 1)
  • John Thirkell – trumpet, flugelhorn (tracks 1, 5)
  • Phil Smith – tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone (tracks 1, 5)
  • Sally Herbert – string arrangements, conducting (tracks 2, 6)
  • Everton Nelson – violin (track 2)
  • Richard George – violin (track 2)
  • Emlyn Singleton – violin (tracks 2, 6)
  • Julia Singleton – violin (tracks 2, 6)
  • Jackie Norrie – violin (track 2)
  • Rick Koster – violin (tracks 2, 6)
  • Calina de la Mare – violin (tracks 2, 6)
  • Bruce White – viola (tracks 2, 6)
  • Claire Orsler – viola (tracks 2, 6)
  • Clare Finnimore – viola (track 2)
  • Ian Burdge – cello (tracks 2, 6)
  • Chris Worsey – cello (track 2)
  • Jon Green – guitar, piano (track 2)
  • David Tench – Wurlitzer (track 2)
  • Toby Gad – all instruments, arrangement (tracks 3, 9); guitars, bass (track 9)
  • Jonas Jeberg – all instruments (track 4); all other instruments (tracks 6, 7)
  • Mich Hansen – percussion (tracks 4, 6, 7)
  • Ina Wroldsen – background vocals (track 6)
  • Daniel Davidsen – guitar (tracks 6, 7)
  • Warren Zielinski – violin (track 6)
  • Brian Wright – violin (track 6)
  • Natalia Bonner – violin (track 6)
  • Nick Barr – viola (track 6)
  • Sophie Harris – cello (track 6)
  • Peter Zizzo – background vocals (track 8); arrangement, instrumental programming (tracks 8, 11)
  • Marion Raven – background vocals (track 8)
  • Miklós Malek – additional synth programming (track 8)
  • Kaci Brown – all background vocals, arrangement (track 9)
  • Jens Gad – drums (track 9)
  • Rich Adam – additional programming (track 9)
  • RedOne – all instruments, instrumental programming, vocal arrangement (track 10)
  • Johnny Severin – electric guitar (track 10)

Technical

  • Mads Hauge – production, recording engineering (tracks 1, 2, 5); Pro Tools (tracks 1, 2)
  • Phil Thornalley – production (tracks 1, 2, 5)
  • Chris Sansom – additional engineering (tracks 1, 2, 5)
  • Greg Kurstin – additional production (track 1)
  • Phil Tan – mixing (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6–8, 11)
  • Carlos Oyanedel – additional mix engineering (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6–8)
  • Tom Coyne – mastering (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7)
  • Graham Linehy – string recording (track 2)
  • Toby Gad – production (tracks 3, 9)
  • Tony Maserati – mixing (track 3)
  • Marc Burkhart – recording engineering assistance (track 3)
  • Geoff Pesche – mastering engineering (tracks 3, 5, 8–12)
  • Jonas Jeberg – production (tracks 4, 6, 7)
  • Cutfather – production (tracks 4, 6, 7)
  • Fraser T. Smith – additional production, additional mix (track 5)
  • Beatriz Artola – engineering (track 5)
  • Mo Hausler – string recording (track 6)
  • Peter Zizzo – production, recording (tracks 8, 11)
  • Jeremy Wheatley – mixing (track 9)
  • Jens Gad – drum recording (track 9)
  • RedOne – production, vocal editing, recording, engineering (track 10)
  • Johnny Severin – vocal editing, recording, engineering (track 10)
  • Robert Orton – mixing (track 10)
  • Ryan Laubscher – production (track 12)
  • Mads Nilsson – mixing (track 12)
  • Louis Odunoye – mixing assistance (track 12)

Artwork

  • Sandrine Dulermo – photography
  • Michael Labica – photography
  • Paul West – design
  • Joe Wassell-Smith – design assistance

Turn It Up Louder[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Turn It Up Louder.[33]

Musicians

  • Pixie Lott – vocals (all tracks); background vocals (tracks 14, 18, 19)
  • Al Shux – guitar (track 13)
  • Jon Green – piano, tack piano, glockenspiel (track 14)
  • Tom Meadows – drums (track 14)
  • Mads Hauge – guitar, background vocals, programming, arrangement (track 14)
  • Phil Thornalley – glockenspiel, programming (track 14)
  • Everton Nelson – violin leader (track 14)
  • Warren Zielinski – violin (track 14)
  • Bruce White – viola (track 14)
  • Ian Burdge – cello (track 14)
  • Sally Herbert – arrangement (track 14)
  • Harvey Mason Jr. – music (track 15)
  • Andrew Hey – guitar (track 15)
  • Rob Knox – drum programming (track 15)
  • RedOne – all instruments, instrumental programming, vocal arrangement (track 16)
  • Johnny Severin – electric guitar (track 16)
  • Deekay – arrangement (track 17)
  • Tim McEwan – all instruments (track 17)
  • Obi – all instruments (track 17)
  • Josh – all instruments (track 17)
  • Lars Jensen – additional percussion (track 17)
  • Martin Larsson – additional keys (track 17)
  • Toby Gad – instruments, arrangement (track 18)
  • Mark Pusey – drums (tracks 18, 22)
  • Oliver Weeks – keyboards (track 18)
  • Jay Reynolds – programming (tracks 18, 22)
  • Jason Derulo – background vocals (track 19)
  • Victoria Akintola – background vocals (track 19)
  • Sirach "Angel" Charles – background vocals (track 19)
  • John Shanks – guitars, bass (track 21)
  • Charles Judge – keyboards (track 21)
  • Dan Chase – keyboards, programming (track 21)
  • Eve Nelson – keyboards (track 21)
  • Jeff Rothschild – programming (track 21)
  • Teemu Brunila – piano (track 22)
  • Fabien Waltmann – programming (track 22)
  • Paul Canning – background vocals (track 22)
  • Marli Harwood – background vocals (track 22)

Technical

  • Mark Bishop – recording (track 13)
  • Phil Thornalley – production (track 14)
  • Mads Hauge – production (track 14)
  • Harvey Mason Jr. – production (track 15)
  • Andrew Hey – recording (track 15)
  • David Boyd – recording, mixing assistance (track 15)
  • Dabling Harward – recording (track 15)
  • Dave Russell – mixing (track 15)
  • Michael Daley – mixing assistance (track 15)
  • Angela N. Golightly – production coordination (track 15)
  • RedOne – production, vocal editing, recording, engineering (track 16)
  • Johnny Severin – vocal editing, recording, engineering (track 16)
  • Robert Orton – mixing (track 16)
  • Deekay – production, mixing (track 17)
  • Toby Gad – production, recording (track 18)
  • Jay Reynolds – additional production (track 18); production (track 22); mixing (tracks 18, 22)
  • James F. Reynolds – production, mixing (track 19); additional production, mix (track 20)
  • Zach Hancock – extra vocal production (track 19)
  • Chris Braide – production (track 20)
  • Tim Debney – mastering (track 20)
  • John Shanks – production (track 21)
  • Jeff Rothschild – recording, mixing (track 21)
  • Chris Barrett – additional recording (track 21)
  • Shari Sutcliffe – contracted production coordination (track 21)
  • Fred Ball – vocal production (track 22)

Artwork

  • Sandrine Dulermo – photography
  • Michael Labica – photography
  • Tom Bird – creative direction
  • Paul West – design
  • Matt le Gallez – design assistance

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
United Kingdom (BPI)[23] 2× Platinum 874,038[48]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Edition Label Ref(s)
Ireland 11 September 2009 Standard Mercury [49]
Netherlands Universal [50]
Poland [51]
Denmark 14 September 2009 [52]
Portugal [53]
United Kingdom Mercury [54]
Italy 18 September 2009 Universal [55]
Brazil 23 September 2009 [56]
Belgium 25 September 2009 [57]
Australia 2 October 2009 [58]
Spain 6 October 2009 [59]
France 26 October 2009 [60]
Germany 30 October 2009 [61]
United Kingdom 21 December 2009 Deluxe (iTunes) Mercury [29]
France 18 October 2010 Turn It Up Louder Universal [62]
United Kingdom Mercury [4]
Germany 7 December 2010 Universal [63]
Italy 6 January 2011 [64]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tracks 1 and 5
  2. ^ Strings on track 2
  3. ^ Drums on track 9
  4. ^ Track 9
  5. ^ Track 10

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