Fifth Harmony ‎– 7/27

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Syco Entertainment ‎– 88985317641, Epic ‎– 88985317641
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A1 That's My Girl
A2 Work From Home
Featuring – Ty$
A3 The Life
A4 Write On Me
A5 I Lied
A6 All In My Head (Flex)
Featuring – Fetty Wap
B1 Squeeze
B2 Gonna Get Better
B3 Scared Of Happy
B4 Not That Kinda Girl
Featuring – Missy Elliott
B5 Dope
B6 No Way

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B5 & B6 are bonus tracks.
Digital download code included: Code expires June 25th, 2017 and the digital copy of the album can not be accessed outside of the United States. Download card has catalog number 88985317641-11 printed on it.

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 889853176410
  • Barcode (Printed): 8 89853 17641 0

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cblanchard2018

September 25, 2016

After their debut album Reflection, Fifth Harmony has released their sophomore album, 7/27, titled after the date they were formed, July 27th, 2012. After releasing their smash hit lead single from the album, Work From Home, back in February, their much-anticipated album is finally out, and with much praise. This time around, the girls have abandoned Reflection's sound in favor of a more R&B feel, and those songs are more prominent with Gonna Get Better and All In My Head, which has a heavy reggae feel to it.

Track 1: That's My Girl - To kick off the album, we have That's My Girl, a nothing-can-go-wrong song, with a positive message behind it about girl power. This song is everything the girls stand for: girl power, feminism, etc. This song is a great start to the album.

Track 2: Work From Home (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - The second song on the album uses a simple beat and turns it into a hit that is sure to be played in every club across the world. In the song, the girls sing about their man always working, and that they're the boss in the relationship. Basically, everything they sang about in That's My Girl is completely contradicted in this song.

Track 3: The Life - Next up, we have a fun, summer-time pool-party-type song, with such lyrics as "Getting down on a beach in Dubai" and "Pool side, sipping on a Mai Tai" to really get the party started. This is the perfect song to play at pretty much any dance party.

Track 4: Write On Me - By the fourth song on the album, the party's already started, and the girls have made sure that the party slows down for a second with a song talking about love and romance. The lyrics are pretty basic, but it's still a great song nonetheless. Despite the first four songs having heavy beats, the only instruments this song has is a guitar and a drum beat.

Track 5: I Lied - The song's title sounds like a contradiction from the last song, that talks about love. In this song, upon hearing the lyric "I said I love you, but I lied," the listeners are left in confusion, asking themselves, "Weren't they just singing about romance in the last song?" Then, immediately after, they're hit with a wave of relief as they hear "Cause love never got me this high." This is pretty much Write On Me with a heavier beat and a faster pace with some misleading lyrics, and an amazing beat drop.

Track 6: All In My Head (Flex) (feat. Fetty Wap) - It's obvious the girls are still somewhat toying around trying to find their sound with this song, which features an awesome guitar reggae riff at the beginning, and also throughout the song. This song is about being in bed with the one you love, and that is proven with the lyric "Come and climb in my bed. Don't be shy, do your thing."

Track 7: Squeeze - Just by the title, one can tell that the party's slowing down yet again for arguably the best song on the entire album. Though not as overly explicit with its message as All In My Head is, this song is about just wanting to hug your boyfriend/girlfriend so tight and never let them go.

Track 8: Gonna Get Better - While this song is my least favorite on the album, it's still better than half the stuff that you hear on the radio nowadays. From its opening lyrics to its last beat, this song talks about not leaving someone no matter what they go through, and talking about how it will get better (hence the song's title Gonna Get Better).

Track 9: Scared of Happy - This song talks about someone being scared to open up for love and happiness. With its upbeat lyrics and heavy beat, this song is sure to get anyone who hears it bopping their heads and dancing around.

Track 10: Not That Kinda Girl (Explicit) (feat. Missy Elliott) - With the girls' first official explicit song, this club banger is about not going with the flow and not "putting out" for boys. With an iconic rap verse by Missy Elliott, this song is sure to be their next single sooner or later.

Deluxe Edition Songs:
Track 11: Dope (Explicit) - One of the best songs on the album, Dope is about just telling someone they're cool, they're awesome. Just an amazing upbeat song, slowed down just a smidget, so it's not as fast as Not That Kinda Girl, but not as slow as Squeeze.

Track 12: No Way - By the end of this song, there's no way you won't be in tears. This song is about going through a horrible breakup and talks about being blinded by love that one can't see the other is unhappy. Definitely their deepest, most emotional song.

If you're a fan of pop music and/or girl groups, definitely pick this album up. You'll dance, you'll love, you'll cry. You'll feel every emotion at least once throughout this album.