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Boomkat Product Review:
I guess it had to happen, I had to fall out of love with the lovely Lady at some point… up until now her catalogue has been (largely) flawless; proper party music that has paste-faced screen-burnt music geeks like myself drooling onto our laptops. It was never going to last though, with the media attention she has managed somehow to attract over the last year – peaking with a shock signing to Jay-Z’s Def Jam label – the album simply couldn’t live up to the hype. And it doesn’t, I’m not going to pretend – it’s not without its moments but for every ‘9 to 5’ and ‘Random’ there’s a ‘Public Warning’ or ‘My England’ and over 51 minutes Lady Sovereign shows she has the power to truly do your head in. So we have the utter kick-ass balls-out power of ‘Love Me or Hate Me’, then why do we need the silly pseudo-rock of ‘Blah Blah’ or the album’s biggest mistake, title track ‘Public Warning’ which has a strange similarity to bad 90s Europop (I wish I was kidding). So buy the album, rip it and then delete the crappy tracks, you’ll have a 32 minute mini album (or a full length for some labels) and you can pretend that the cover of ‘Pretty Vacant’ never happened. Gulp.