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Album Review

By the end of 1999, teen pop had grown into a strangely diverse genre of its own, with each act fulfilling a different need. Britney Spears was pure, trashy fun, while Christina Aguilera was flashy and talented just like Mariah Carey. The Backstreet Boys stood above the pack with their suave sophistication and irresistible melodic charm, while 'N Sync were the Stones to the Backstreet Boys' Beatles — a little bit of the rough and tough, not quite as melodic, but almost as charming. Into the fray arrived Jessica Simpson — unlike some of her peers, a mere finalist for the New Mickey Mouse Club instead of a full-fledged member — with her debut Sweet Kisses, an album that positions her as the teen Celine Dion. Sure, she delves into the frothy dance-pop that's teen pop's stock-in-trade, but the heart of her album lies in adult contemporary ballads like her breakout hit "I Wanna Love You Forever," which gives her a chance to show off the richness of her voice. She doesn't over-sing, like Aguilera occasionally does, even if she has moments where she pushes the envelope slightly — just like her idol Dion. However, there are already indications that she's developing her own voice, since she is equally capable of delivering danceable urban R&B ("Final Heartbreak," "I've Got My Eyes on You," the Destiny's Child duet"Woman in Me") as she is mature balladry ("Faith in Me," the Nick Lachey duet "Where You Are"). Like most teen-pop albums, Sweet Kisses suffers from inconsistent material, yet the filler is well-produced and performed, making the record every bit as listenable as Aguilera's fine debut. As a matter of fact, Simpson proves with this debut that she could very well be a teen popster that could easily make the transition to adult artist — and that puts her in a rarified league with Aguilera and the Backstreets.

Customer Reviews

thats a long time!

OMG! this is 2007 now i didnt know she was famous for this long! she was actualy pretty good back then. jess looks sooooooo different more like a barbie her singing is so much different now! pple just because this is an old cd of hers deos'nt mean u shoudnt buy it. so buy it pple.its 1 of her best.

Yes, favorite album at the moment. XD

This was definetly the greatest album she ever made. Track number 2 is my all time fave. :D Her newest CD, a public affair, doesn't show off her talents, as this one does. Each song is amazing and unique. I love how her and Nick did a duet even before they got married. xD Who woulda guessed?

Should be titled "Sweet Hemoroids"

This album makes my ears bleed even more than Sanjya

Biography

Born: July 10, 1980 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Jessica Simpson dabbled in film, reality TV, and eventually contemporary country music during the 2000s, she is best known as a dance-pop vocalist who rose to fame in the late '90s alongside such teenaged acts as 98°. Simpson was born and raised in Dallas, TX, where she began her performing career as a member of her church choir; at 12, she also auditioned unsuccessfully for The Mickey Mouse Club. While attending church camp the following summer, Simpson was discovered by the head of a tiny...
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