When she came out, Joss was about 15 years old and that made her be seen as another teen pop singer even if she had that extraordinary and soulful voice and covered White Stripes and Aretha Franklin. To this day a lot of people still think she's a product of the music business but they couldn't be more wrong. In every record post-Mind Body and Soul, she tries to tell us she wants to be free and LP1 may be the one she really meant to make since the beginning. It sounds unpolished and it's obvious that it was made very quickly but that is exactly what Joss wanted. No record label would let her be this free. She oversings, she is corny at times but most of all, through every single second of this album, she does what she wants and she likes it. I wish every album was this heartfelt. I still prefer Colour Me Free (her 2009 release) though but this one is a summer record that may not be massive or a chart-topper but it's definetely worth listening to. Best tracks for me: Drive All Night, Somehow, Karma.