Judging by the metaphors David Archuleta employs on his sophomore studio disc — see ”Falling Stars,” ”Elevator,” and ”Parachutes and Airplanes” — life after reality TV has been an up-and-down ride for this fresh-faced Idol finalist. Yet his vocals still gleam with so much dewy naïveté that the music never succumbs to the bitterness it seems to circle. Maybe state-fair meet-and-greets are what the kid was born to do? B
The Other Side of DownJudging by the metaphors David Archuleta employs on his sophomore studio disc — see ''Falling Stars,'' ''Elevator,'' and ''Parachutes and Airplanes'...The Other Side of DownPopJudging by the metaphors David Archuleta employs on his sophomore studio disc — see ''Falling Stars,'' ''Elevator,'' and ''Parachutes and Airplanes'...2010-09-29
GOOD PLACE David Archuleta
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: David Archuleta
Posted September 29 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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