When Dannii Minogue adopted the 80's electro style and succeeded with NEON NIGHTS, the style was then considered to be the next big thing so everyone else immediately did the same thing with different levels of success. Holly Valance was one of the unfortunate bandwagon casualties.
Lead (and only) single State Of Mind is clearly the strongest track on here. Ricochets, which is the odd track out on the album - it's more of a ballad - is an excellent track and London should have considered releasing it. Desire is another stand out track for me, although it is a slightly weaker version of State Of Mind. Hypnotic, Curious, Action, Somebody Out There and Over `N' Out are all also worth a listen.
The other tracks all overproduced and as a result once you've heard one you've heard them all. Still, when the music is this enjoyable who cares?
STATE OF MIND didn't deserve to flop the way it did; in fact I've found it to be better then a lot of similar albums (I'm looking at you, Kylie). Unoriginal and overproduced it may be, but none of the tracks are below average.