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Album Review

Swedish dance-pop singer September (aka Petra Marklund) scored a U.S. dance hit in 2007 with "Cry for You," a sleek, tuneful bit of prime Euro-disco that borrowed its central riff from Bronski Beat's "Smalltown Boy." Robbins Entertainment followed up that success by releasing this debut album, which is actually a compilation of material from September's second and third Swedish albums, cherry-picking half of the tracks from 2005's In Orbit and all but three from 2007's Dancing Shoes. Taking a no-nonsense approach, it kicks off with her three biggest singles to date; both "Satellites" and the markedly bubblegummy "Can't Get Over" are decently catchy, but "Cry" is the obvious standout, managing to conjure both sophistication and a surprising degree of emotion from its fairly pedestrian frothy electro-pop arrangement and polished but powerful vocal turn. Save for one so-so ballad ("Flowers on the Grave"), the remainder of the selections follow the same basic approach in arrangement, tempo, and tone, to fine but generally diminishing results. At its worst, the material is slightly cringe-inducing (the dopey lyrics of "My Neighbourhood"; the shameless "Bette Davis Eyes" sample on "Midnight Heartache"); at its best it's well-executed but unremarkable. The main problem with September's music is that, unlike her Scandinavian counterparts such as Robyn and Annie, she doesn't project much personality — her voice is decent, and even warm at times, but the lyrics are empty and she comes off as a complete cipher. Still, "Cry for You" is a strong enough track (though fairly faceless too, in its way) that even an album's worth of half-hearted imitations holds some interest for fans of the genre. ~ K. Ross Hoffman, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Worth the Wait

I've been a fan of September since I first found Looking for Love on youtube. This CD mixes songs from Septembers second and third European Albums: In Orbit and Dancing Shoes. Its nice to finally have a CD of September's available here in the US. Of all the songs Sad Song, Midnight Heartache and Until I Die are my favorite songs that have not been released here or in Europe (except Until I Die, which was released in Europe). All the songs on this CD are worth buying!


BEST MUSIC/SONGS EVER! september makes me feel all bubbly inside and gives me goosebumps..i love it!

Brought me back

I love this album! I'm personally not a Dance genre fan, but I love September's voice and the musical beats this album has honestly blew me's soo amazinly great I fumble over words just trying to describe how supreme this album is!


Born: Sweden

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

Also known as Petra Marklund, September is a dance-pop singer and performer from Sweden. Born in 1984, by the time Marklund was 18 she had a record deal and a collaborative production team behind her, ready for chart domination. Her debut single, "La La La (Never Give Up)," was a Top Ten hit in Sweden, and September released her first album in 2004. Her follow-up, In Orbit, was also awash with hit singles, and the track "Satellites" made minor waves in America. In 2007 September participated in the...
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