Filled to the brim with sex, swearing and '60s soul throwbacks, Bruno Mars' second album is a grown-up, accomplished album that refuses to conform to what's current in the charts.
BRUNO MARS/ UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
'It was either going to be a disaster, or we were going to come out with something incredible,'' American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars said in one of the interviews preceding the release of Unorthodox Jukebox, the follow-up to his wildly successful debut Doo-Wops & Hooligans. This concern was not unfounded, though, considering the risks Mars took with this album by indulging in what he described as ''freewheeling sessions'', which results in an even more eclectic collection of sounds and genres than his debut.
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