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One Direction - Take Me Home [Deluxe Yearbook Edition] - (Deluxe Edition) (CD)

One Direction - Take Me Home [Deluxe Yearbook Edition] - (Deluxe Edition) (CD)

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 Deluxe Edition includes bonus tracks. Take Me Home is the second studio album by British-Irish boy band One Direction, released on 9 November 2012 by Sony Music Entertainment. As a follow-up to One Direction's internationally successful debut album, Up All Night (2011), Take Me Home was written in groups and has an average of just under five songwriters per track. Largely recorded and composed in Sweden during 2012, Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk, who composed One Direction's hits, "What Makes You Beautiful" and "One Thing", spent six months in Stockholm developing songs for the album, and were able to shape melodies around the members' tones. The album's songs are characterized by metronomic pop, vocal harmonies, hand claps, prominent electric guitar riffs, bright synthesizers, a homogeneous sound and message, and rotations of lead vocals. The members' voices are presented individually on the record, and its lyricism speaks of falling in love, unrequited love, the insistence that flaws are what make a person unique, commitment, jealousy, and longing for past significant others. Take Me Home garnered mostly positive reviews from music critics. There was praise for its quality of production, while criticism hinged on its generic, rushed nature. 

 Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your version of Flash Player. Get ADOBE® FLASH® Player. Live While We're Young One Direction Take Me Home [Deluxe Yearbook Edition] 00:00 00:00 ×Live While We're Young×Kiss You×Little Things×C'mon, C'mon×Last First Kiss×Heart Attack×Rock Me×Change My Mind×I Would×Over Again×Back for You×They Don't Know About Us×Summer Love×She's Not Afraid×Loved You First×Nobody Compares×Still the One

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