My Conscience And I Image

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  • Summary: The London-based pop singer's debut album.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
  2. Negative: 3 out of 7
  1. Q Magazine
    Nicole's tunes are so memorable you almost don't need to buy them. [Dec 2007, p.123]
  2. Unquestionably, it would have been better still had the songs been layered with a little less sugar.
  3. For an enjoyable 'kickaround' of an album this is a cheeky little blighter that will continue to tickle ears, raise a smile and brighten any listen for a while yet.
  4. Remi Nicole is so self-conscious, so now, she feels like she's already hit her own self-destruct button.
  5. The music is as grotesquely over-produced as its lyrics are undercooked, with glossy drum rolls and naff scratching segments fighting for attention on the gruesome battlefield.
  6. The rest of the tracks bop along with various degrees of offensiveness or inoffensiveness, troubling and achieving nothing.
  7. Uncut
    Her music is similarly annoying, with her sugar-fuelled rockabilly-pop, she's the female Jack Penate. [Jan 2008, p.93]