Strip Me is Natasha Bedingfield's third studio album that was released on December 7, 2010 by Phonogenic Records and Epic Records


  1. Little Too Much 3:30
  2. All I Need (featuring Kevin Rudolf) 3:45
  3. Strip Me 3:30
  4. Neon Lights 3:44
  5. Weightless 3:56
  6. Can't Fall Down 4:10
  7. Try 3:17
  8. Touch 3:47
  9. Run-Run-Run 3:07
  10. Break Thru 4:07
  11. No Mozart 3:48
  12. Recover 3:49
  13. Weightless (Less Is More Version) 4:31

Chart Performance[]

"Strip Me" debuted at #103 on the Billboard 200, selling 10,000 copies.

Critical Reception[]

At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, "Strip Me" received a weighted average score of 60, based on 4 reviews, which indicates "mixed or average reviews".

Mikael Wood of Entertainment Weekly gave Strip Me a C rating and wrote that it "plays like one long, increasingly desperate pep talk. The only breather? 'Unexpected Hero,' a lovely late-Beatles-style ballad."

AllMusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine noted the album for "retaining [the] same blend of well-manicured R&B and European sophistication" of Bedingfield's debut album and commented that she "plays it exceptionally safe, to the extent that she even tones down the self-empowerment of her first two records, preferring pristine blue-eyed soul and adult contemporary ballads, all tailored for an aspirational upscale lifestyle".

Slant Magazine's Jonathon Keefe found it "single-minded in its uplifting, inspirational tone", writing in conclusion that "Bedingfield uses her powerful voice to oversing most of her material, making Strip Me feel like even more of a sermon. It may not be the year's worst pop album, but it might just be the most exhausting and heavy-handed."