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Sound Off [edit]
by The Rubyz | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: October 27, 2009
 

iShine Records tween sensation The Rubyz, now a duo, are ready to release their sophomore "album" on October 27! Includes 5 new songs and karaoke tracks for each.

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01. Ladies & Gentlemen
02. Watch The Girl
03. Stuck In The Grey
04. The Memo
05. Give You My Heart
06. Ladies & Gentlemen (Sing-Along)
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07. Watch The Girl (Sing-Along)
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08. Stuck In The Grey (Sing-Along)
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09. The Memo (Sing-Along)
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10. Give You My Heart (Sing-Along)
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Entry last edited by singersmartguy17 on 09.25.09

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:) | Posted May 18, 2010
From first glance at the cover of their latest album, it's clear that the Rubyz are not your
average teen pop singers. For one thing, they're covered up. Refreshing. After listening
to the songs, it becomes even more obvious. Yes, Alexis and Cammie sing about love.
It's the way they approach the subject that singles them out in the crowd. Sound Off
offers a Christ-centered message to tweens and teens who are tired of being shallow.

The first song, "Ladies and Gentlemen" is a plea to both the girls and the guys to get real.
It calls on boys to treat girls with respect, but also asks the girls to respect themselves
too. I don't think it's an accident that the girls are petitioned first, because if a girl doesn't
respect herself, why should she expect a boy to treat her any better? The catchy pop
beat, the echoing vocals, and the cracking drumstick sounds make this a "stuck in my
head" candidate.

"Watch The Girl" cautions boys against falling for empty flirtation, and not to miss the
genuine girls in the process. It's a trap that boys of all ages can fall into, as they fall prey
for a pretty face. "Stuck in the Grey" implores the listener to stop being such a
peer-pressure pretender and choose Christ. The chorus tune sounds like a record
spinning, which goes nicely with their suggestion that the listener is "stuck". In "The
Memo", Cammie and Alexis say that they know something that the listener needs to,
which is that God thinks they're beautiful. It even goes one step further and asks girls to
pass on "the memo" to anybody who says they're worthless. "My Heart" speaks for God
with the same message as the previous song. The vocals, at some points in the song,
sound like Jenny of Addison Road, although the pop style doesn't. Finally, if your little
girl/sister decides she wants to be a superstar too, she can sing along with music-only
versions of the 5 songs. (You can sing along too. Just turn off the webcam and close the
windows first. :))


Sound Off delivers an important message without sparing any musical flare. Even for 5
songs, it's worth a listen for the lessons alone

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