A little late-breaking Kat news.

According to Katharine McPhee’s official website, Kat’s debut album has now been pushed back to a January 30, 2007 release date.

Now, I have no idea why the album’s been pushed back, and it’s possible that Kat or her people may later come out with a reason, but my personal theory is that it might have a lot to do with the fact that Kat’s three leaked singles were met with…hmmm…a less-than-enthusiastic response. Sure, “Each Other” and “Over It” are decent enough, and would make good filler for a CD otherwise filled with three or four catchy tunes, but “Open Toes” really did deserve a special place in musical hell. Even Kat’s die-hard fans seemed disappointed with the songs…especially the fans who thought they were voting for a blues-influenced standards singer.

It’s got to suck to be a Kat fan and to get this news, but hopefully the later release date will result in an overall less snark-worthy album and more critical acclaim for Ms. McPhee.


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