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Ashley Tisdale

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Album Review

Graduated from High School Musical and on the eve of her 24th birthday, Ashley Tisdale is ready to act like an adult, or at least not like a tween, on her second album, Guilty Pleasure. The title is a giveaway to Ashley's pop aspirations, the cover an indication of her Britney Blackout makeover, the album a curious hodge-podge of every young starlet of the last few years of the decade, both big and small, good and bad. Britney, in her post-K-Fed incarnation, is naturally at the foundation, but Ashley also incorporates Ashlee Simpson's junkie-wannabe rock, Katy Perry's provocative stomp, Fergie's trashy club crawl, some of Christina's theatricality, and Kelly Clarkson's spunk plus, most bizarrely, a bit of Lindsay Lohan's soul-baring second album on "How Do You Love Someone," a song that lashes out at distant dysfunctional parents, a song so atypically ugly it stops the album dead. That is, until the realization flashes that this, like so much in Tisdale's career, is a careful pose from a showbiz kid who relishes performing so much she'll try anything just along as she can stay on the stage. That attitude can be a little grating in High School Musical, because it was amplified in the character of Sharpay Evans, but here it largely works because her total commitment to the game can result in some truly fun disposable pop. Not everything works — Tisdale isn't convincing when she tries to deal in either pain or carnality, but when she sticks to the surface, she makes sure that Guilty Pleasure lives up to its title.

Customer Reviews

Ashley's back with a new album! Better then the first.

This is Ashley's sophomore album Guilty Pleasure. It's a very pop/rock sound and I think it's better than the first. This is a great album. Ashley's sound has improved. Here are my ratings for the songs, Acting Out - 4/5 A great way to start the album, nice song It's Alright, It's Ok - 5/5 A Nice Pop song, Very catchy Masquerade - 5/5 Another Catchy song, good song Overrated - 5/5 A Nice Song Hot Mess - 4/5 Good Song How Do You Love Someone - 5/5 One Of My Favorites, nice slow song Tell Me Lies - 4/5 Another good song What If - 5/5 A great slow song, one of my favorites Erase and Rewind - 5/5 Another one of my favorites, very catchy, should be a single Hair - 4/5 A good song Delete You - 4/5 Nice song Me Without You - 5/5 Another great slow song Crank It Up - 5/5 Very Catchy, a nice pop song, should be a single Switch - 4/5 Catchy, A good song It's Alright, It's Ok (Jason Nevins Remix) - 4/5 A Good Remix Time's Up - 5/5 Another good song Blame It On The Beat - 4/5 Good Song Overall this is a great album, I think Ashley has improved since her first album Headstrong. It's filled with great catchy songs. Good Job Ashley!

Stupid Whiny OverTheTop Cobra Starship Fans.

For /everyone/ that keeps on complaining that Ashley Tisdale is "copying" Cobra Starship, grow up. First of all, her album is called Guilty Pleasure, not a song. And, well a lot of people have albums that have the same names as others songs. Plus, Guilty Pleasure is a well known saying or whatever, it's not one of Cobra Starships song titles that are long and intricate and totally one of a kind like Prostitution Is tThe Worlds Oldest Profession[And I, Dear Madame Am A Professional]. As for Hot Mess, it's just another coincidence. She doesn't scope out every one of Cobra's ideas and then take them for her own personal use. Ashley Tisdale may not be the worlds best singer or actress but she's just trying to make it out there like many others. So, go rant on someone else. Or how about you just stop ranting you whiny " thinks your so cool" losers. Ashley Tisdale's album Guilty Pleasure is way better than her first. I suggest that you all recognize that she is getting better.

I'm Suprised! :O

As a past Disney star actress, I didn't think Ashley Tisdale had what it takes. Her first album wasn't all that special, and I didn't think much of her. Fortunately, when her creative and stylish single "Masquerade" came out, I kept an eye on her. I heard something different in her. Sure enough, when this album was released, I was astonished. Ashley Tisdale is very impressive! Even though the songs are a bit too overdone, most of them aren't half bad! They have creative lyrics, they're all pretty original, and she has a different side of her that I wasn't expecting! Her up beat songs are fun and sassy, and her mellow toned ones are soft, peaceful, and deep. Ashley Tisdale is a pretty good musician! I think she pulled it off this time. :D


Born: July 2, 1985

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known for her roles in the High School Musical films and the TV series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, New Jersey-born actress/singer/model Ashley Tisdale began her career in show business at age three, and sang for President Bill Clinton at age 12. Manager Bill Perlman discovered her in a New Jersey mall and sent Tisdale to numerous auditions for commercials, resulting in her placement in over 100 national network TV ads. She began a theatrical career as well, performing in productions of...
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Teen Pop, Dance
  • Released: Jun 12, 2009

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