Latest reviews

Evolution - Anastacia

Bodak Yellow - Cardi B

Nervous System - Julia Michaels

Malibu - Miley Cyrus

The Malibu Sessions - Colbie Caillat

Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers

Reviews

Released: 10th October 2005.

t.A.T.u. - Dangerous & MovingThe "lesbian" duo return to the pop scene after escalating to success in 2003 with "All The Things She Said".

The lead single "All About Us" was another stomper of a track, and the same vibe is carried throughout their sophomore album. "Cosmos" stands out with rather catchy lyrics, while "Love Me Not" is an example of what t.A.T.u. do best - a repeated chorus.

"Gomenasai" and "Craving" bring a more mellow electro-pop sound to the record, as does "We Shout". "Perfect Enemy" and the title track, all fine examples of fast-paced club tunes.

You might wonder what is the biggest achievement here: the fact that t.A.T.u. were able to make a come back despite the shattering of their fake image, or the fact that they managed to do so with a solid filler-free album.

* * * * * (westhammer)

All reviews for t.A.T.u.