Exploding with full-throated emotion.

VH1 is now streaming Katharine McPhee’s entire album. A little blurb in the site claims that the album “explodes the full-throated emotions of Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” I can tell you right now, that’s a lie. But give it a spin anyway. I’ll have a review up eventually.


1 Response to “Exploding with full-throated emotion.”

  1. 1 OsirisShotDown January 23, 2007 at 4:46 pm

    Oh, wow. I could only barely make it through about 3 songs. 3 out of 12 isn’t a great ratio. And that’s not to say that I even really LIKED those 3 songs… just that they didn’t have me completely itching to hit the “stop” button.

    I could seriously feel my gorge rising within 20 seconds into “Each Other”. I thought I was going to lose my Snickers.

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