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A great experiment...

For me, Katy Rose's music is the epitome of the LA/broken-dreams aura that hangs over Los Angeles. For instance, on her debut, the song "Overdrive" mentions girls who go "to find a scene, but end up girls on methadrine...naked on a TV screen." Powerful images like that tell the listener that Katy Rose is a girl who has seen the ugly side of Hollywood. CANDY-EYED is less pop, more experimental. The standout tracks for me are: "Pornography," which showcases her amazingly clever lyrics; "Sloth," an extremely fun song that convinced me to the buy the CD; "Happy/Crazy", which reminds me of Shirley Manson and Garbage; and "All Silver Rusts," a soft heartbreaking song. What I love most about this record (and her music in general) is that it is so unique -- her lyrics are fearlessly risky and creative, she doesn't sing your everyday lovesong, and most songs, no matter how drum-heavy and upbeat, have a tinge of melancholy or cynicism. Which, for me, is refreshing. While the album isn't perfect -- I loved every track of her debut -- it is still a great listen. And for being a side-project of hers, I'd say it's pretty darn good. It doesn't get a perfect score because there are some songs ("Monotone" and "Cool Whip") that I just find silly. But I still love you, Katy!!!

Candy Eyes in Smoke-Filled Rooms

QUESTION FIRST: anyone else have a problem with the last few seconds of "Cool Whip"? Is that an iTunes-mangling? REVIEW Incredible effort by Katy. Quite different vibe from her debut, but still distinctively Katy. Her sound is so very LA: sexy, sweet, dirty, hopeful, busting at the seams and proud of it. I thought "this is a gamble" when I listened to the 'Candy Eyed' previews, but bought it anyway because I remember how powerfully Overdrive grew on me over time. Haven't been disappointed. It's impossible not to move when you get into these songs... and I'm NOT into dance-y type music. Every time I hear Katy's voice, she takes me off to some hole-in-the-wall club outside of Hollywood, stamps my hand and drags me inside a smoke-filled room to fend for myself. Then the music kicks up and captivates the entire crowd. In short, she's a rollercoaster. If you haven't gotten your hands on "Keeping it Together" and "License to Thrill," track them down. Do whatever it takes. Absolutely amazing. Keep it up Katy. Take me home.

Brillant Album!

I was so excited when I heard that Katy Rose released a second album. I loved her debut and knew we could expect great things from her. I was right. This album is fantastic! Its very expiremental and has its own unique sound! Some of the songs have exellent beats for dancing and Katy is as poetic as ever. I Definately reccommend this album! One of 2007's best!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Katy Rose grew up quick in Los Angeles, the daughter of session keyboardist Kim Bullard and a backup singer mother. She began to write songs in her early teens, blending traditional adolescent angst over boys and social drama with a fashionably jaded cynicism perfect for the youth-skewed climate of 21st century pop culture. The 16-year-old Rose debuted in early 2004 with Because I Can (V2),...
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