The production and vocals on this album work so well together, the Carly and synth-pop combination has more potential in it. It's fun as hell.
I can't relate to what Carly sings on the album, but her vocal delivery and lyricism along with the instrumentation forces you to at least attempt to relate, if you don't already.
This album lacks the conceptual and musical scope for it to be a ten for me. But even then, does that matter? No, it really doesn't.
This is one of the best albums of the ... read more