Tuesday, 17 November 2009

No Love for Katie and Pete on Amazon

Cast your mind back to when Katie Price and Peter Andre were one of the Hottest couple in show business, when anything they touched turned to celebrity gold, well almost anything.

One thing they were never able to capture the public's interest with was their music and in particular their debut album as a couple - A Whole New World.

No where has it more clear than when you read through the hilarious comments on Amazon for the album.

Here are a sample and the common theme is they are deliciously over the top and very very tongue in cheek.

One reviewer wrote:
"If you can imagine a soothing blend of jojoba oils, vanilla, and WD40 being poured into both ear holes simultaneously, then you will have only been able to scratch the surface of the feast of pleasure that is Katie And Pete's "A Whole New World" Album. Similar in it's ambition to Wagner's "ring cycle" but less German, "A Whole New World" is one of the best sound combinations that has ever been recorded."

another revealed:
"A heady mix of intoxicating and life affirming works from our English rose, Katie Price and her Greek beau Andre. A collection of achingly beautiful songs that depict a revealing and harrowing portrait of the human condition.

Highlights include a masterly interpretation of Don't Go Breaking My Heart, far eclipsing Ru Paul and Elton John's 1993 duet. Andre's shimmering prose is delivered in their inimitable style. Magisterial and epoch-making"

and a third shared this:
"Rather foolishly in hindsight, I thought the other reviews were just being sarcastic. However, having now listened to this peerless work of art I can see that they were actually holding back, perhaps recognising that meer words could never adequately capture the staggering genius of this modern masterpiece.

It is, quite simply, an aural feast to which we are all invited. When my grandmother heard it she danced around the living room, something she hadn't been able to do since she died eight years ago. In an age of conflict and fear we may have finally found a voice - or indeed two voices - that can speak peace to the nations. A Whole New World? With this album anything is possible."

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