HOT SAUCE REVIEWS: MUSIC
Heard them all, got the T-shirts.
Gamer girl, talent show reject, and steampunk violin diva. What’s not to love?
It loses a lot of cool points for leaving out Go Down Singing, the Tumblr anthem of the 2010s.
This is a lovely reminder of every sweeping soundtrack music you’ve heard before.
After four years, Michael W Smith comes back to sound just like he’s always done before.
She sounds like a goat, oh dear. Can’t the studio people do something?
Well, at least now Katy Perry isn’t the oldest pop tart pretending to be 21.
Why do these brats make growing up sound even more boring than it already is?
She sleeps with daddies from the playground and gets depressed at sex clubs. Tove Lo, ladies and gentlemen.
Taylor Swift finally embraces pop in what is most likely her most calculated album ever.
He wants to cover every inch of my body with his autograph. I hope he dots every i carefully. Wait, did I say that out loud?
Oh no, this is a new album from Ne-Yo, and nobody – NOBODY – is going to tell me otherwise.
Any fan of Sarah Brightman has probably heard most of the songs here, so there’s no need to bother. Unless you like Done a lot, that is.
Another washed-up boyband trying to come back. Can’t blame them, but they could put more effort into it.
How cute, it’s LFO. Wait, these guys are called MKTO instead. Let’s hope they last longer than those fair-weather beach bums.
No surprise that Of Monsters and Men are from Iceland. Only a band from that weird continent called Europe could come up with something this quirky.
Backstreet Boys keep coming back, like geriatric uncles in stained boxer shorts trying to pull a Magic Mike before a crowd of bewildered teenage girls.
Parents may cringe but kids would love when Ariana Grande sings about things like “Hold nothing back – give it to me!”
Cher Lloyd shows marked improvement in her follow-up effort, but the bar was set so low previously.
Sia discovers a new generation of dreamy little girls who would ordain her as the spokesperson for their little earthquakes.
We have Iggy Azalea and now we have this. What is wrong with Australia?
- Sonora Sundown by Janet Dailey
- Truth or Die (2012)
- Sinister (2012)
- Way of the Wicked (2014)
- Hidden Paradise by Janet Mullany
- The World is Full of Married Men by Jackie Collins
- If the Viscount Falls by Sabrina Jeffries
- Space and Beyond by RA Montgomery
- A Debt Paid in Marriage by Georgie Lee
- My Scandalous Viscount by Gaelen Foley
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