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||Date: December 14, 2004 at 13:04|
|The only all-English Show-Ya release is also their most average album musically speaking. IMO, the music is more important than the language it's sung in. Look for the other Show-Ya titles and avoid this one altogether.
||Date: December 11, 2005 at 10:32|
|Hm, Steffanie has a sweet voice and can hold a candle to her predecessor but the album is rather lame, as Jonny said. Mark a change of style - rockin' tunes are gone, except for the opener, replaced by average poppy stuff. If you have a choice, get some of their former albums instead of this 1.
||Date: December 30, 2008 at 11:42|
|My favourite vocalist, one of my top-3 guitar players and the only keyboard player I can ever remember...Can you imagine how much I wanted to love this? Steffanie's solo albums were awesome ("Hideaway" is one of my all-time favourite albums), I love Show-Ya, but this doesn't sound like either. It just doesn't mix: eight tracks, three of which are ballads that all sound the same ("Dream", "Somebody" and the title track), "Show-Ya Rock" goes nowhere and "Little Miss Dangerous" is a desperate attampt at an edgy single. "Who Are You?" was fine until the outro with all the F-bombs thrown in...again it came across as an attempt to sound edgy. I can understand that the 80's were over and they were competing with Grunge/Alternative Rock, but stick to what you're good at...and this wasn't it. "Echo Thru The Night" is the only really decent track on here, and is a little more in the old Show-Ya groove. "Don't Wanna Talk About It" isn't bad either, although I prefer Steffanie's original demo...
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