HOT SAUCE REVIEWS: MUSIC
Heard them all, got the T-shirts.
The orgy of weird-kooky electronic overload continues.
The songs are mostly catchy and adorable, but, together, they all sound the same after a while.
Fast tunes for fast cars and hot people. Oh, and that song, which we’d all be sick of before the year is out.
It took a boatload of producers, but the old Madonna is back. Well, sort of.
Best listened when imbibing alcohol, naturally.
You are invited to Walk the Moon’s biggest 80s-themed dance party ever,
Eek, why is this poor kid turning into Clay Aiken? Stop, make it stop!
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.
- The Italian’s Deal for I Do by Jennifer Hayward
- Spy (2015)
- The Rake to Reveal Her by Julia Justiss
- The Armored Doctor by Ava Morgan
- Tomorrowland (2015)
- A Lady for Lord Randall by Sarah Mallory
- Swept Away by Violet Winspear, Charlotte Lamb and Sally Wentworth
- Lord of the High Lonesome by Janet Dailey
- Five Star Desire by Jacquelin Thomas
- Owning Violet by Monica Murphy
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