Don't Forget

Demi Lovato - Don't Forget
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 201 ratings
2008 Ratings: #127
Liked by 6 people
September 23, 2008 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hollywood / Label
John Fields, Jonas Brothers / Producer
Pop Rock / Genres
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It's amazing to see Demi's evolution as an artist from Confident because literally none of the previous projects captivated me in any way, being filled with poorly constructed and somewhat irritating fillers and melodies. Don't Forget is a decent album when I was a kid but now it doesn't have the same brilliance but even so still manages to be a highlight in Demi's discography as rock combines immensely with the singer's powerful voice and I wish she had gone deeper in this genre on her career.
* La La Land (7.5/10)
* Get Back (6.5/10)
* Trainwreck (7/10)
* Party (5.5/10)
* On The Line (6/10)
* Don't Forget (7/10)
* Gonna Get Caught (6/10)
* Two Worlds Collide (7.5/10)
* The Middle (6/10)
* Until You're Mine (7/10)
* Believe In Me (8/10)
* Back Around (7/10)

Nota Final: 68/100
La La Land: 8.6/10
Get Back: 8/10
Trainwreck: 8.2/10
Party: 7.6/10
On the Line: 7.9/10
Don't Forget: 6.5/10
Gonna Get Caught: 7.4/10
Two Worlds Collide: 7.3/10
The Middle: 6.8/10
Until You're Mine: 7.2/10
Believe in Me: 7/10
This is my favourite type of music and an artist like demi lovato shouldn’t be doing anything with it, it’s obvious that disney tried to make her something like a teen rock idol since miley was smashing with her pop records
Nem sei o que dizer só aquele tipico pop rock adolescente
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Track List

  1. La La Land
  2. Get Back
  3. Trainwreck
  4. Party
  5. On the Line (featuring Jonas Brothers)
  6. Don't Forget
  7. Gonna Get Caught
  8. Two Worlds Collide
  9. The Middle
  10. Until You're Mine
  11. Believe in Me
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Added on: May 28, 2013