My Guilty Pleasure

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  • Summary: The second album for the Swedish electronic artist was produced with Johan Agebjorn.

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Looking at the Stars
I was so young I can't deny There's a story for the day I let you down, you said don't go You really wanted me to stay I felt the pulse and tender... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
  1. My Guilty Pleasure is more cohesive, its production more varied, its songwriting more effective.
  2. Under The Radar
    My Guilty Pleasure pleasantly picks up right where Disco Romance left off. [Summer 2009, p.62]
  3. Those needing something to occupy themselves with during Annie's prolonged absence from the fold will find plenty to keep them happy (and, at the same time, a little bit sad) on My Guilty Pleasure.
  4. Q Magazine
    This follow-up to 2006's clubland sleeper Disco Romance revealing a polished synthesis of Balearic beats and featherly harmonies. [Oct 2009, p.116]
  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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