Unbroken - Rolling Stone
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In the past year, Demi Lovato faced rehab and lost her role on a Disney Channel sitcom, her princess-next-door image shattered. On her third LP, her newfound vulnerability sometimes makes for good songs: "Would it make you feel better to watch me while I bleed?" she challenges an ex (or a tabloid-fixated public) on the tear-jerker ballad "Skyscraper," her voice becoming a sinister whisper. But Unbroken is mostly sunshine and slumber-party hooks, complete with reggae doo-wop ("You're My Only Shorty") and Lovato's ditzy seductress act on "All Night Long." She's grown into her voice. Now, if only her music would grow up too.

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