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The Diary Of Alicia Keys

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Critics' Reviews

75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Give Keys' simmering voice and evident instrumental skills... the results are all the more frustrating. [5 Dec 2003, p.94]

75
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

Give Keys' simmering voice and evident instrumental skills... the results are all the more frustrating. [5 Dec 2003, p.94]

70
Mojo: 

An hour of heartful, artful singing enhanced by dense, yet fuss-free arrangements. [Jan 2004, p.106]

70
ROLLING STONE: 

An assured, adult statement.

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70
ROLLING STONE: 

An assured, adult statement.

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70
PopMatters: 

The project is clearly laboring to be relevant to the current marketplace and thus suffers from a serious lack of cohesion.

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70
PopMatters: 

The project is clearly laboring to be relevant to the current marketplace and thus suffers from a serious lack of cohesion.

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60
The Guardian: 

There are a handful of great moments, where risks are taken and ground is broken, but too often it opts for the familiar and the bland.

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60
The Guardian: 

There are a handful of great moments, where risks are taken and ground is broken, but too often it opts for the familiar and the bland.

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40
Uncut: 

If she's going to make us read her diary entries, she's going to need something more compelling than this litany of cliche and hackneyed need-a-man Bridget Jones-wailing. [Feb 2004, p.72]

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