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Hey Sally pass the baggie let's roll another fattie.

Who knew innocent Manny Santos (pre Grade 9) from Degrassi's "Next Generation" would turn into such a sex'd up glam rocker. I'd have it no other way. I met Cassie Steele back when I was a server in Los Angeles, and we discussed her debut album for a brief moment, and I told her how much I enjoyed the title track and the album's only single, "Blue Bird". As a struggling singer myself, it's important to make contacts and give and receive criticism. Before she left (and before I pocketed the empty gum packet she left on her table), I asked her what was next. She said, "Somethin' better." And she didn't lie. "Destructo Doll" is the pop-rock R-rated sequel to "How Much For Happy", Cassie's first album that had it's cute moments and it's completely depressing ones as well. Here, Cassie's songwriting skills are exceptional, especially when you consider her age (she hasn't even hit 21 yet). Sure, she sang about very mature subject matters on the first CD (suicide, heartbreak, having too much fame), but stompers like "Monster" and "Check It" give the record the rock punch that the cover says it has, while "Summer Nights" and "Mr. Colson" (the album's best song, hands down) allow Cassie to showcase her vocal range and sex appeal without being too obnoxious or overtly slutty. Each song tells a story, nothing here is cliche, and "Destructo Doll" is executed with so much gusto that it's hard not to take this girl seriously. If you can't bring yourself to purchase the entire album, you'd be stupid to ignore "Groupie", a song about a female rocker who hooks up with the young women who idolize her, and the completely realistic "Hollywood", 'where the streets are made of dreams', she purrs. By the end of the record, you're not sure wether or not Cassie Steele belongs on a stage or a stripper pole with black paint chipping beneath her sweaty palms, but either way, girl has worked it and I look forward to what she does next. Whatever she has done here is what she needs to continue doing.


destructo doll is way better then I expected. im 15 and only knew about her bcuz my sisters used to watch degrassi back in 01 and i used to watch it with them, and just the other day i turned on a recent episode and wow......she is gorgeous...but anyway thats off topic, buy the album if grunge music is ur thing if not then dont its simple as that. its not the greatest album ever made but just listen to one song and you'll realize how much better Cassie Steele is then one of those mainstream pre-madonnas disney seems to pull out of their a*s every year, it deserves more recognition...

Not What I Expected...At ALL!

She may be a cast member on a show targeted towards teenagers (Degrassi: The Next Generation), but when it comes to her music career, Cassie Steele is more mature than she may seem. The album, overall, is filled with rock music (and not your typical Avril Lavigne, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, etc. brand of "pop-rock", this album is straight-up rock), with a little bit of blues intertwined. From the standout (and semi-inappropriate, yes, she drops the "F-bomb") track, "Groupie" (about getting down and dirty with a few groupies), to the moody slow-jam "Summer Nights", "Destructo Doll" is an album any grown music lover can enjoy. Unlike a lot of younger television starlets with singing careers these days, Steele also has an incredible set of pipes. Her voice is powerful and full of emotion, which makes the album all the more worth listening to. The only complaint is the fact that there are only ten tracks to the album, which has the listener wanting a little bit more, but at this price, you're paying less than a dollar a track. This album was definitely worth the money. Give "Destructo Doll" a chance and I guarantee you won't be disappointed.

Destructo Doll, Cassie Steele
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jul 21, 2009

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