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Album: Coverage

Artist: Mandy Moore

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003, 2008 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

Tracklist For Coverage By Artist Mandy Moore

Title Artist Time
1
Senses Working Overtime Mandy Moore 4:08 USD 1.29
2
The Whole of the Moon Mandy Moore 5:01 USD 1.29
3
Can We Still Be Friends Mandy Moore 3:37 USD 1.29
4
I Feel the Earth Move Mandy Moore 3:08 USD 1.29
5
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters Mandy Moore 4:49 USD 1.29
6
Drop the Pilot Mandy Moore 3:43 USD 1.29
7
Moonshadow Mandy Moore 2:59 USD 1.29
8
One Way or Another Mandy Moore 3:31 USD 1.29
9
Breaking Us In Two Mandy Moore 4:26 USD 1.29
10
Anticipation Mandy Moore 3:20 USD 1.29
11
Help Me Mandy Moore 3:29 USD 1.29
12
Have a Little Faith In Me Mandy Moore 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For Coverage By Artist Mandy Moore

  • Yes!

    5
    By cats rule forever
    I love it!! Yay yay yay yay yay yay yay!!! I love it!!!!!!!
  • Awesome!

    5
    By AnaRey
    Because of this album I learned of the amazing musicians that created those tunes. One of them is Joni Mitchell. Thank you Mandy and all the people involved in this album, great job.
  • BRILLIANT

    5
    By TheMusicProphet
    Mandy Moore and John Shanks re-invision these classics and this is hands down Mandy Moore's BEST work. I love it becaues it shows her serious side and her un-willingness to be a pop tart. "Coverage" also led Mandy to her 2007 release "Wild Hope" which she wrote herself w/The Weepies. Both Lps are PHENOMINAL.
  • Pretty superb

    5
    By speakingformyself
    Mandy Moore has earned huge success, although--fortunately--for the right reasons as opposed to Britney (still talented, just mental for a period of time) and Jessica (likable, ditzy but fizzling as a country singer). She is a capable singer, but as Coverage hit her singing skills had become much more admirable. On the lone single "Have a Little Faith in Me" she displays her full-sounding vocals, and it's unfortunate it didn't become a bigger hit than it did; "The Whole of the Moon" is equally brilliant, a true piece of perfection. This album may be an album of covers, but it's grown up Mandy Moore. No more lilting teen pop ballads and songs about being in love...in her own way she makes each song her own. Only a skilled artist can do such a thing to pre-existing material, and Mandy is certainly capable.
  • moonshadow

    4
    By nniiccee
    this shows where her amazing voice can go. please don't continue to drownd out your voice heart and soul with anoying pointless pop backgroung music. you shine alone! i would love to hear something folk like from mandy. like jewel.
  • American Idol audition - check

    4
    By bht
    A little over-produced. She's got a good enough voice that it can stand on its own. I like the variety, though she chose pretty safe songs. I guess that's to be expected when her generation doesn't know the original artists. Jewel and Mandy should sing some duets, though she did right to hook up with the Weepies for the 2007 album.
  • iluvdemilovato

    5
    By kayheartsyou
    i luv this album so so so much!!!! no wonder why its five stars!!! this is a definite buy!!!! BUY THIS!!
  • One of my favorite cover albums

    5
    By hugetorifan
    Coverage is probably one of my favorite Mandy Moore albums. Songs like "Drop the Pilot" and "Have a Little Faith in Me" have always been favorites of mine for years, but Mandy brings something new to the table. I highly recomend this album to anyone who is a fan of singer/ songwriters because its not just a pop album, it is beautifully constructed and flows perfectly. Plus, its Mandy, and you can never go wrong with a little Mandy
  • Great covers

    5
    By fistonich
    While I didn't really know any of these songs before listening to Mandy's version, I have to say that I like them all. I don't know what they first sounded like with their original artists, but basically every song is great. If you like any of Mandy's other work, then you'll like this. I have to say my favorites on this album are "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters," "Moonshadow," "Breaking Us in Two," "Can We Still Be Friends," and "Drop the Pilot." Tracks 2,4, & 8 are my least favorite, but are still pretty good (except "One Way or Another" - that song is just stupid no matter who sings it). But yeah, two thumbs up!

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