Singles Review: #6.

CJ feels generous, and biased at the same time.

Cover, Song & Artiste Review & Rating

Look Out Sunshine! by The Fratellis

Either they’ve dropped in standards or that I’ve moved on, expecting a little more from these guys. It’s not that it’s bad; there’s just nothing outstanding about it either. And on that fact, I like to believe that I’ve moved on.

I Know Ur Girlfriend Hates Me by Annie

I have got a confession to make: I am a sucker for infectious, silly and sexual dance-pop. Annie’s famous for that. Off her second studio album “Don’t Stop”, and still not fully being on the mainstream, she’s the underground princess of honey-coated sugar-candied lollipop dance.

(Album cover)

Atlas by Battles

Ever wanted to dance and headbang to music both at the same time? This 7-plus minute of electrorock with digitalised vocals is a music arrangement made in Heaven, with a touch of Hell surrounding it. Definitely not for the faint hearted.

The Man Who Can’t Be Moved by The Script

New boyband alert. For those (females) who are still crying over the poor reviews received by the lads of NKOTB and eagerly awaiting for Boyzone’s return on September 29 (yawn), this may be a better alternative. A song about a devoted heartbroken man sounds like a sureshot into the female’s heart. Now ladies, hold your panties.

It’s Not Over Yet by Goldfrapp (Grace / Klaxons cover at BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge)

This is not even an official single release, but so hauntingly beautiful and errie at the same time. Alison Goldfrapp’s vocals and the musical background blend so well together they’re like milk tea mixed with pearls. Seductive.


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