Sally Shapiro My Guilty Pleasure
How could anyone not like Sally Shapiro? That would be like not liking puppies or sunny days. My Guilty Pleasure is the second full-length from the Swedish disco darling, and it's another collection of sugary-sweet synth-disco tunes. It's not exactly clear what differentiates Miss Shapiro from international pop divas like Kylie Minogue, but it's impossible to argue with the Italo charms of "Looking at the Stars." The borrowing doesn't stop there—"Let It Show" and "Moonlight Dance" recall the midtempo bounce of Tom Tom Club and album stand-out "Save Your Love" has an unabashed freestyle feel. My Guilty Pleasure may not be the most original effort, but there's a lot to love here. That Sally Shapiro is just so damn... adorable.
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