Features songs heard in the film "Thirteen".
This enhanced CD also includes the video for "Overdrive" and an Electronic Press Kit.
"This Los Angeles rock ingenue throws a better teenage riot than Liz Phair at her Avril-est" -- Spin
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Ashlee Simpson: Sounds funky and fast, much like Katy!
Destiny's Child: OK, this would suit R 'N' B gals that love rock and urban tracks!
Girls Aloud: I would recommend their new album What Will The Neighbours Say? if you like Katy Rose. A lot of their tracks are at the same pace as Katy's.
Britney: If you like Katy's rock-style songs I wouldn't say to buy this. If you do love Pop though, buy Britney's Greatest Hits album. Or order an old Britney single off Amazon to check out her tunes if you want to try her out in your music collection.
I hope this helped, Katy fans! Bye!
katy rose is NOT some fresh, new, amazing talent. however, she is NOT some shameless avril clone. i strongly believe katy is being herself. unfortunately, she is not an original.
on her website she is compared to older liz phair and pj harvey material. what the **** are people thinking?! to compare rose to the brilliance of either of those two truly talented artists is an insult.
in "overdrive" rose sings:"yea yea-a, i'm borderline"... and she is. she walks the thin line between the same old derivative music we've all heard before and a young artist that is struggling to find her sound. her lyrics are only sometimes good, but always sound like she's trying too hard. the music is pretty good, but always sounds like something you've heard before. her voice is effective, but she is not technically proficient by any means. the bottom line? if rose continues to develop and grow, she could be a good artist in a few years. but for now she gets lost in the search to find out who she is as a musician.
i like the song...but the album is not worth picking up.