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Album Review

Nobody's Angel's self-titled debut album features more of the Disney-generation pop that their single "If You Wanna Dance" and their appearance on The Parent Trap soundtrack heralded. Songs like "Keep Me Away" and "I Can't Help Myself" display more of their danceable, youthful style.

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Pop Tarts

As postliterate Western culture slouches drunkenly toward its final acid-blooded golgotha, the doom generation looks to new heroes and new technologies. From the hypercharged hyperlinked shadows crawls megalomaniacal visionary Andrew Logan, the satanist with a heart of gold. But rather than outfit his automatons with thermonuclear devices or send his grisly creations back through time to destroy the parents of his enemies, diabolical genius Logan has constructed the rosy-cheeked glitter-lashed apotheosis of all girl groups, Nobody's Angel. With their pulsating rhythms and infectious pop harmonies, these four bright-eyed cheery fembots mesmerize and beguile with their self-titled debut album "Nobody's Angel." Producer Logan, with his faithful hunchbacked lazy-eyed henchman Mike More, has done much more than simply program cherry-fizz pop songs into sequencers and hire stage-candy dancers to sing and smile. Although band members Ali, Sarah, Stacy and Amy Sue are each outfitted with a distinctive chassis, their internal components are in fact identical: A two gigahertz AI controller chip, language processor, quantum-state sound and video pickups and a fast/wide sample-based vocal emulator provide the illusion of basic intelligence, while a durable titanium armature and multiple articulated servo musculature gives each of these delectable androids a tough yet supple motion under her glistening silky nanofiber skin. With this arsenal of technology and innovation it is no surprise that Nobody's Angel are challenging the reigning fiefdoms of the poptart genre such as those ruled by Britney Spears and Celine Dion, not to mention the all-too-human Spice Girls. The superconducting fusion cells powering their ebullient teen-waif energy could even rival genre queens Samantha Fox and Stacey Q. Ali, Sarah, Stacy and Amy Sue are right at home among More's reliably predictable candy-pop chord progressions and Logan's mechanistic rhythm programming, singing with four identically overproduced mellifluous voices in perfect harmony because they are actually slaved to the same MIDI sync pulse via the wireless dataports installed in their spinal cords. With all the supercomputing power of a Skynet or a Hal 9000, Nobody's Angel strides forth: Expect to dance whether you want to or not. Pounding sub-threshold basslines clump the moorings off your woofers while synthesized synchronized melodies twinkle and twirl deliriously around standard 1-4-5 chords and rhythm tracks deliberately set at your skull's resonant beat frequency. The only area in which this visceral sonic onslaught fails is in the lyrics, which were generated using an outdated Turing program and barely impinge on the auditory nerve centers at all. The Angels' voices are loud and clear, however, piercing straight through your timpanic membrane and carrying a subliminal subcode channel designed to reformat your thoughts and purchasing patterns. If after listening to Nobody's Angel you find yourself preferring pink or drawing hearts and flowers on your notebook, it is recommended that you seek help from a deprogramming clinic. Evil mastermind Andrew Logan has yet to meet his match, and as long as his design specifications for the four members of Nobody's Angel allow for periodic chipset upgrades, we should soon see these irrepressible Cuteness Bots dominate the music industry and then the world.

GOOD ALBUM FOR THE TIME

First of all who writes these reviews? This one especially seemed so self absorbed by the producer of the album? Did he write it? Well i personally love this album i remeber hearing it everyday with my friends it 's the sound that was in for 1999 and 2000 Ya have to remeber that they probably started working on the album in 1998 for it to be released in 2000 because i first saw them in concert in 1999 and they were very captivating and and always gave great shows ! The two lead singers Ali and Amy sue had great vocals and each brought a unique sound to there performances . So for it being close to a decade old and still being able to play it and have it bring back great memories is somthing to be said for this group . So dont hate appreciate.. cause these girls although not achieving spice girls success accomplished a goal and dream that you all will not be able to duplicate and left wonderful memories to those who came across these fun and talented girls.

Man I remember them... only off of Model Behavior...

That movie Model Behavior on Disney is where i first remember them... i liked them... they were awesome... i mean only 3 songs i know... so 3 songs i care for... thats the 1st, 2nd, 8th one... i recommend those... i miss them... but not enough to have a comeback... that would be torcher... for them...

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Teen pop sensation Nobody's Angel came together because of a bond made early on when four young girls were searching for creative outlets through signing, dancing, and acting. Amy Sue Harding, Sarah Smith, Stacey Harper, and Ali Navarro were first hanging out in Los Angeles enduring tough auditions and soon found themselves a close bunch who also had a passion for music. They soon discussed...
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