projective essence | Reviewer: richard rossiter | 11/20/2008

a vocal uniqueness blended with a taste of heavenly styled musik that only an engel can portray to the publocs otic palet, im a blind and parelized gent. but i also use this a tool to hear what most miss. the beauty in your musik and lyrics have a level of charactor most bands and single artist seem to miss. i have 60 legal note pads filled with lyrics you may be interested in.n/c



hey jenifer jane | Reviewer: kenza | 5/23/2008

you'r great realy, pour moi imogen heap est la meilleure artiste. c'est loriginalité et la stupefiante voix jen suis totalement fan.....
imogen continu a nous transporter dans ton monde et a nous faire réver.............
tu est super!!!
love you...............



great imogen heap | Reviewer: kenza | 5/23/2008

you'r great realy, pour moi imogen heap est la meilleure artiste. c'est loriginalité et la stupefiante voix jen suis totalement fan.....
imogen continu a nous transporter dans ton monde et a nous faire réver.............
tu est super!!!
love you...............



Powerful.. | Reviewer: Shylo Murray | 2/6/2008

You have amazing power in your voice and musical abilities. You lyrics are cutting and raw. It's quite refreshing to know you exist and your energy will ebb and flow....Kudos to you Imogen!
Your fellow sister in the art of music!
Shylo Murray.



I LOVE YPUR MUSIC! | Reviewer: Georgia | 8/7/2007

your music is awesome i love it so much the lyrics have so many different levels. you are my favourite artist!!!! keep the songs coming!



You are really really talented. | Reviewer: Kenny :) | 8/1/2007

I enjoy your songs alot. Im so curious about them, hide ans seek is my favourite. Just a quick question, what is its about.? I love each sentence you say and there are a few meanings iv come up with but id rather the truth.



I love Imogen:) | Reviewer: Micaela<3 | 7/1/2007

Wow, imogen you are a true songstress, i am but 12 years old and i listen to your wonderful music. When i heard one of your tracks on the OC.
I jumped out of my seat, all these thoughts were coming to my head. I loved that song. Your music is so powerful, i actually love to dance contemporary.. and i used hide and seak for an act in my dance class. It got good reviews, i got a bonus for song choice, because your music was so original. I CANT LIVE WITHOUT IT<3 thank-you for bringing something so powerful into my life.

XOX
PS;KEEP IT COMINN:)



you rock | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/21/2007

i love imogen heap, but y can't i find the chords to goodnight and go?



Immi | Reviewer: Kellin Atherton | 11/5/2005

Imogen Heap, known by some as a Classical Concert Pianist, and others as a the british Alanis or Fiona with a techno beat to back up the strong femininity. I was introduced to her by the British pop techno group Frou Frou, which is a combination of Immi, and Madonna producer Guy Sigsworth. I still believe that the best Immi has ever sounded is with Frou Frou, and they are responsible for my favorite song of all time, "Let Go" which many know from the Zack Braff film, Garden State. Frou Frou actually came about 5 years after the realease of Immi's first album released in 1998 known as I, Megaphone. Being a musically naive american teenager, I never made the connection between Frou Frou and Imogen Heap until I stumbled on the song Goodnight and Go, which was featured on the final episode of the O.C's second season. I am very pleased that someone at the O.C. has the good taste to put Immi's music in their show, and I have stumbled on many the blogger who is now an Immi and Frou Frou fan through the show.

While I would reccomend Frou Frou's album Flicks before I would either of Immi's solo records, don't let that tarnish my opinion, or the musical sanctity, of Immi as a solo artist. Her first album I, Megaphone not only had some great techno beats supporting her voice, which I can only describe as what the Siren's from the Odyssey must have sounded like, but it also displayed her talent as a pianist. The track Candlelight has a great piano part to support the question of, "Would you take my Candlelight away from me?" While tracks like Come here Boy show a very lustful pleading, where the guy is so in love with her, and the only way she can show her love back without saying it is too fuck his brains out. Although she says it much more tastefully than I do.

7 years seperate Immi's first album from her second, Speak for Yourself, which she produced by herself. Was long awaited in the U.S. by a core of fans that have stumbled upon her work either with Frou Frou, the earlier album, or TV and Movies. The album was even more highly anticipated after the track "Hide and Seek" was released in the u.s. as a spoiler, I believe the O.C. also used the track in their show along with "Goodnight and Go." Speak for Yourself is much more along the lines of her work with Frou Frou, much more soaring vocals and filling beats, than angry feminist growling. The album can only be described as poetry, Immi herself said that is was hard to write an album about falling in love, when you're in a healthy relationship, but somehow she pulled it off. I don't really know the inspiration for most of her songs, the way I see them, is a love, or feeling, where the only way to escape from the harshness of the world, is to retreat into state of hiding. And she will protect you. I always envision Anne Frank when I hear some of her songs, like "Clear the Area," from Speak for Yourself, or "Shh" from Frou Frou's album Flicks. The lyrics instill a fear that can be felt universally in love, in divorce, in breakups, in aything where fear is the dominant emotion. All the while, she is assuring you that you will be protected from whatever you fear, tha the words will guard you. I don't really know how else to describe her music.

Possibly an awkward review, but I assure you, you will not be dissapointed by Immi's second album Speak for Yourse'f, and Frou Frou's only one Flicks. I have never met someone who didn't like Immi and the work she has done. I only put one group above Frou Frou on my list of favorites, and that is the Beatles, and "Let Go," which can also be found on the Garden State soundtrack, is my favorite song of all time. Immi is one of the first artists out of my mouth when I make reccomendations, and she is my favorite female artist ever. There is no mood that can not be touched my Immi, or Frou Frou, and that is how I measure the importance of an artist.