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Album Review

Appealing to a very specific audience (pre-teen girls), Girl Authority is a selection of popular songs (all originally performed by women, except for Smokey Robinson & the Miracles' "Shop Around") covered by young girls. Favorites like Madonna, Pat Benatar, Kelly Clarkson, and Christina Aguilera are all on the album, as well as the 2005 summertime hit "Pon de Replay" by Rihanna, and pop-country group SHeDAISY's "Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing," with the raunchier lyrics substituted for more age-appropriate ones. It's a kind of pre-teen mixtape, suitable for pajama-party singalongs that end in giggling pillow fights.

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Biography

Formed: Sudbury, MA

Genre: Children's Music

Years Active: '00s

Girl Authority, the nine-member group who all, at the time of their 2006 self-titled debut, fell between the ages of eight and 13, was started when Cambridge, MA-based Rounder Records decided to dive into the world of children's music, following the lead of the popular Kidz Bop compilations. Nine girls from the suburbs of Boston were gathered together to form Girl Authority, each taking on a different persona based on the song she chose to sing (there's Country Girl Crystal, Glamour Girl Carly, Preppy...
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