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With its sugary sweet lyrics and pure eighties music it's a throwback to the days of perms and pinups named Corey. And lets face it: Alyssa can't sing, but you get used to her voice quite quickly, and you find yourself gaining a new respect of Alyssa for giving it her all. (She does a better job on albums "Do You See Me?", and "Locked In a Dream" in case you're wondering).
Even if "Alyssa" fails to grow on you, it serves as a great pick-me-up: even beautiful, talented (in other areas) people can get it wrong too. now, don't you feel better?!
Just Wanna Be Loved
I Had A Dream
Step By Step
Can You Feel It
Give A Little Kindness
Be My Baby/Tell Me That You Love Me (Medley)
Let My Love Show You
We Need The Children
But I have to say she was for real as being a singer, and the song "Tell me that you love me" proves just that. Of course that’s really no surprise since she got her start from the theatrical play “Annie”.
BLAH! Don't buy this unless you are tone deaf!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute 80's pop that sounds a bit dated. For big Alyssa fans only.Published on July 7, 2005 by A. Hamasaki
This is some of the most ridiculous music you'll ever hear. It's old. It's cheesy. It's complete crap. But then again it makes me laugh out loud all day. Got all the albums. Read morePublished on December 8, 2004 by Michel Kok