Red Flag

All Saints - Red Flag
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2016 Ratings: #476 / 763
User Score
Based on 17 ratings
April 8, 2016 / Release Date
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London / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Exclaim!

The triumph of Red Flag ... is that it's entirely contemporary while remaining true to the group's spirit.

80
Spin
If this ends up being the last effort from these beloved ’90s holdovers, what a way to bow out — and it sure beats the hell out of S Club 7’s reunion bid.
60
PopMatters

As a grown-up pop record, Red Flag is an impressive accomplishment. It is also a sweet reminder that a fusion of complementary harmonies (think Everlys, Beach Boys, Mamas and Papas) can conjure an esoteric kind of pop magic.

90
Red Flag is a girl group masterclass in how to do a cohesive album of substance and class. Their story is being told here and unlike with previous albums - it comes straight from All Saints and their pens and features no label involvement. A self-funded project, Red Flag is All Saints wanting to create an album, not because they have to, it is the sound of a mature and empowered group - musically united for the first time in their career.

The renowned All Saints harmonies are on top form here ... read more
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76
The 90s are back, yo!!
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52
A decade later, the ladies are waving the red flag in such a mechanical way, trying to be more steady and less emotional and all these... what for?
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END OF YEAR LISTS

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Track List

  1. One Strike
  2. One Woman Man
  3. Make U Love Me
  4. Summer Rain
  5. This Is a War
  6. Who Hurt Who
  7. Puppet on a String
  8. Fear
  9. Ratchet Behaviour
  10. Red Flag
  11. Tribal
  12. Pieces
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