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Tracklist

The Heart Never Lies 4:56
Umbrella 4:05

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1750108 McFly The Heart Never Lies ‎(CD, Single, CD1) Universal, Island Records Group, Universal Records 1750108 UK 2007
1749230 McFly The Heart Never Lies ‎(7", Shape, Pic) Island Records Group, Universal, Universal Records 1749230 UK 2007
1749617 McFly The Heart Never Lies ‎(CD, Single, Enh, CD2) Island Records Group, Universal, Universal Records 1749617 UK 2007
HEARTCDPRO McFly The Heart Never Lies ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Island Records Group, Universal, Universal Records HEARTCDPRO UK 2007


McFly - The Heart Never Lies mp3 download
Performer: McFly
Genre: Rock
Title: The Heart Never Lies
Country: UK
Released: 2007
Style: Pop Rock, Ballad
MP3 version ZIP size: 1872 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1583 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 242
Other Formats: MP2 ASF MP4 MP3 DXD VOC VQF

Onnell
I never really dug McFly's music, it always felt like an even more watered down radio friendly version of Busted (3). By 2007 when this record was released I thought McFly were very uncool, producing shallow radio friendly rock for your gran to listen to. Today I still feel that way about them, which is odd because there are plenty of "pop rock" acts that I actively enjoy who some could argue are much worse than McFly. I think again it comes down to how and when I ended up encountering the band, and that I grew up with them that causes me to give them such criticisms.This track for me came out at a point when the McFly star was fading fast, soon to become old news and all their old teeny-bopper fans were growing up and feasting on heavier (both acoustically and emotionally) music.The second track you get on this album is a cover of the legendary Umbrella by R&B superstar Rihanna. I usually like rock covers of songs that aren't rock, and this cover is not bad - to be honest I might enjoy it more if you told me it was a band other than McFly performing it. Personally I prefer All Time Low's take on the track which features on the Pop Goes Crunk compilation, but then again I am a big sucka for US Pop Punk in the 00s - even though strictly speaking All Time Low are really no better than McFly in the lameness race.