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Album Review

As the first group of consequence to be saddled with the "new Spice Girls" tag, it would be reasonable to expect that All Saints would be cut-rate dance-pop without the weirdly magical charisma that made the Spices international phenomenons. It is true that All Saints lack the personality of the Spices, but they make up for that with musical skills. All four members have better voices than the Spices, and they all have a hand in writing at least one of the songs on their eponymous debut, with Shaznay Lewis taking the most writing credits. More importantly, they and their producers have a better sense of contemporary dance trends — there are real hip-hop and club rhythms throughout the record, and samples of Audio Two, the Rampage, and (especially) Steely Dan are fresh and inventive. But what really makes the record are the songs. The singles are the standouts, with the party-ready, Steely Dan-fueled "I Know Where It's At" and the extraordinary gospel-tinged "Never Ever" leading the way, but the covers are well chosen (their take on "Under the Bridge" eclipses the Red Hot Chili Peppers', boasting a better arrangement and more convincing vocals) and the lesser songs are pleasantly melodic. Sure, there's some filler, but that should be expected on any dance-pop album. What counts is that the performances are fresh, the production is funky, and there is a handful of classic pop singles on the album, and you can't ask for much better than that from a dance-pop record, especially one from a group that almost beat the Spice Girls at their own game.

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All Saints ROCK!

I'm not surprised that they got a couple of one stars - most American's have NO IDEA what good pop music sounds like anymore...and that's a real shame. All Saints had a very successful run in their native UK but achieved little success in the US - but they should have been HUGE. A great mix of urban rhythms and pop hooks - plus enough sass to make the most confident drag queen insecure - these girls stood head and shoulders above their contemporaries - untill in band fighting broke them up at the turn of the millenium. Luckily, they have gotten past their differences and are poised for a UK comeback in November 2006. Do yourself a favor and get up to date with the Saints - especially the incredible "Never Ever", "Pure Shores", "Black Coffee" and fantastic take on the Red Hot Chili Pepper's "Under The Bridge". Good stuff, indeed!

I Love All Saints!!!!!

Pure Shores is an awesome song. It is one of their best!!!

Really Good Solid Music...

I think that people don't understand that this is the "Old" All Saints... Rock Steady was like 1 year or so later... But this is good to add to ANY collection... At least Black Coffee, it's worth anybody's time... _Nick_

Biography

Formed: 1993 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Those unfamiliar with pop music would be forgiven for confusing All Saints with another hotly tipped music property, the Spice Girls. The four members of All Saints could have stood for Spice Girls body doubles in a lineup: two brunettes, one blonde, and one of West Indian descent. While the Spice Girls were always pure pop and barely musically functional, the members of All Saints,...
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