STYLE: Pop RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 4361-4516 LABEL: Pamplin PRCD2279 FORMAT: CD Album ITEMS: 1 RRP: £4.99
Reviewed by Tony Cummings
"File under dishwater," commented one colleague when I made the mistake of playing this in the Cross Rhythms office. A spectacularly dull album by an American teen pop group which should have been good. Why should? Because the trio's debut, released in the UK with minimum publicity push, was a catchy piece of teen pop providing three turntable hits to Cross Rhythms radio. Here's the follow up. Despite all the signs of big money production, and plenty of well known names in the composer credits (Anointed, Scott Krippayne, etc) the material here is bland to the point of parody. If you know a young man whose testosterone levels may be helped by an airbrushed cover sleeve of three teenage lovelies, you may want to purchase. But as music, this is as banal as it gets.
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