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Her songs sound huge, spunky, and feisty, and in some ways she’s the midnight dance chanteuse that Britney Spears always seemed to want to be. The dance throttle is to the floor through almost all of this set, but sooner or later, one has to decide about that voice.
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Australian Albums Chart . Steve Leggett describe the album as “a huge-sounding dance-pop album full of songs geared for both the dancefloor and the radio stations that drive people to go there, all big, stomping drums and kinetic high vocals about men who don’t measure up, jealous girls, and the trashy, graveo side of love and other hazards.
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