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Michael Jefferson
2.28.08, 10:31 AM
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Volume 1 (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000PKG7IY/w3pgcoffeeroomss)
3 out of 5 stars
Reviewed for Coffeerooms by Mike JeffersonDawg! Randy Jackson, the nice (and coherent) “American Idol” judge has gathered together semi-successful alumni from the show along with established artists and produced “Music Club Vol. 1,” the debut collection in what promises to be a series of eclectic showcases to come.
Paula Abdul, Randy’s often confused cohort on the show, is electrifying in “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow.” Paula’s voice has been processed -- no problem, she’s been accused of this her entire career. She’s less chipmunky than in her million-selling heyday, which makes for a refreshing listen. Her vocal is mechanical, staccato, and the heavy footed bass drum dominates, but it’s all a calculated fit. Welcome back to the hit factory, Paula. “All I wanna do is stay right here on the floor get lost in the night and dance like there’s no tomorrow.”

Michael says: I like it Paula, I like it a lot.

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