I thought terribly inane generic dance-pop had died out by 2014, clearly not. I can’t say much about this album because there isn’t much to say about it aside from the fact that it is boring as hell to listen to. The beats and rhythms go nowhere interesting and rarely fit well with Katy’s vocals. Lyrical content is pretty boring too, songs about falling in love on the dance-floor and such and various other themes that relate to nightclub life. The album tries nothing new, and just uses a tired formula almost a year old. Sounds like the work of a solo project from one of the girls from Girls Aloud or Sugababes – poor output from Rinse.
- Jason Mraz – We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
- Mmmmm… – Compilation to Spotify