My Guilty Pleasure - Sally Shapiro
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  • Summary: The second album for the Swedish electronic artist was produced with Johan Agebjorn.
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  1. My Guilty Pleasure is more cohesive, its production more varied, its songwriting more effective.
  2. In the meantime, this may be a holding pattern, but it's one worth holding on to. Diminishing results are, after all, still results.
  3. My Guilty Pleasure pleasantly picks up right where Disco Romance left off. [Summer 2009, p.62]
  4. My Guilty Romance is not quite as good a record as its predecessor. It just doesn’t have the density of great tunes that made "Disco Romance" such an addiction.
  5. My Guilty Pleasure is a very listenable album, with plenty of high points, but overall it tends to fade into the background a little too easily.
  6. Most of Sally Shapiro’s sophomore LP falls victim to that ancient killer of dance music’s credibility: sameness.
  7. Agebjorn seems utterly uninterested in taking Shapiro to a new place--not even a different dance floor--and though you can't blame him for drawing out a good time, it feels as if we'd been here forever.

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