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Album Review

Few albums have the ability to polarize listeners like the debut release from Shampoo, a pair of teenage girls from the U.K. Within seconds of the opening track to We Are Shampoo, the curfew-breaking "Trouble," most listeners will either be gleefully giggling along with the girls or scrambling for the stop button. Musically, We Are Shampoo is somewhat akin to Bananarama or Transvision Vamp but, frighteningly or amusingly, not as talented. It's breakneck bubblegum with lyrics that are shouted rather than sung. For listeners wanting something lightheaded and chock-full of perkiness, songs like "Trouble," "Shiny Black Taxi Cab," and "Shampoo You" ("Shampoo you, that's all we want to do") will do the trick nicely.

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Plumstead, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Shampoo is a duo of punk rock Barbie dolls barely out of their teens, hailing from Plumstead, England. Jacqui Blake and Carrie Askew both handle vocals in a highly energetic and barely intelligible fashion, and both have enough attitude and downright sass to make critics on both sides of the Atlantic go ga-ga over their primitive punk and sly innuendoes. Even though their talent is barely discernible, Shampoo is a knowing and clever joke and loads of fun. We Are Shampoo, their full-length debut,...
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