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Electro Pop At It's Best,
By A Customer
This review is from: Come And Get It (Audio CD)
After being really disappointed with her last album FunkyDory, I was a bit unsure of buying Rachel's follow-up. However, this album is clearly in a different league and surprisingly the best pop album of 2005, even overtaking the Sugababes recent album Taller In More Ways. It's so much more slicker, catchier, experimental and mature than her weak debut. It includes the hit singles SOME GIRLS, the superb SO GOOD, I SAID NEVER AGAIN and NEGOTIATE WITH LOVE but virtually every song has single release potential. I WILL BE THERE and EVERY LITTLE THING in particular are outstanding. The style of the album is edgy atmospheric electro pop - if you're a fan of Blondie, Scissor Sisters, Kylie or Depeche Mode you will absolutely fall in love with this album as you can clearly hear influences from all these artists. I have a nasty feeling this is going flop saleswise...please don't let this album go undiscovered, you won't be disappointed!