My sassy spouse is denying any knowledge of purchasing this CD, but I’m sure it came into our house via such a route.
This album has three decent songs on it and a series of very dull facsimiles thereof. The pick of the tunes is the jazzy Casualty, a song where Higgins manipulates her voice in the least annoying fashion over a jaunty white-man faux funk bassline (although this live version is much less enjoyable for the Midday show band feel):
Elsewhere, huge singles Scar and The Special Two do appeal as slightly more lyrically adept than most pop fare. Otherwise this CD is obese with confessional fodder that all melds into one mopey mess.
File under: Please paint if black