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  1. One of the best things about Ms. C as an artist, especially considering her indie-ish background, is that she hasn't been afraid to embrace plastic pop as a vehicle for self-expression. More importantly, though, having found success within this genre , Vitamin C here takes chances instead of relying purely on formula.
  2. More winds up having more style and substance than its predecessor.
  3. [She] certainly has the witty, danceable electro pop thing down on her latest, More...
  4. 70
    Every space on More hums with blip-skipping bonus beats, phone-sex coos, and backing vocals boingin' like bungee cords. [March 2001, p.148]
  5. Glossy, electronic, and at times quite infectious, the record extends Vitamin C's bubbly reign.
  6. With its grove of synthesizers, sequencers, and sonically treated vocals, it's music without pulp -- or a great deal of heart.
  7. 40
    It's obvious right from the start that Vitamin C is going for a sexier, vampier, and more grown-up image on More... But for all of her provocative lyrics and musical innuendoes, Vitamin C doesn't necessarily make a convincing argument that the change is a positive one.

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  1. Apr 10, 2012
    9
    I purchased this album a couple years back off of eBay and I was surprised. Her debut record may have been better in terms of lyrical content and production, but this record shows a edgier and more dance oriented side of C and it's a good one. Standout tracks on the album are "The itch", "I Know What Boys Like" and "Special". Songs that are good but are under achieved are "Sex Has Come Between Us", "Busted" and "That Was Then This is Now'. Overall, a nice album and is still original 11 years later. Expand

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