In a way, this was meant to be the missing half of my Hannah Montana piece from some months back. Astute readers pointed out that my take on the multi-hyphenate one-woman omnimedia engine phenomenon was incomplete, because it skipped any analysis of the teenpop music that ostensibly drives that engine. A late-inning defensive substitution?
Genre s : Rock, Pop. Graduated from High School Musical and on the eve of her 24th birthday, Ashley Tisdale is ready to act like an adult, or at least not like a tween, on her second album, Guilty Pleasure. The title is a giveaway to Ashley's pop aspirations, the cover an indication of her Britney Blackout makeover, the album a curious hodge-podge of every young starlet of the last few years of the decade, both big and small, good and bad.
Guilty Pleasure is the second studio album by American recording artist Ashley Tisdale. It was released on June 11,by Warner Bros. In Aprilshe said that she has recorded a few songs for the album and she would fully focus on the album after filming High School Musical 3.
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Ashley Tisdale knows it sounds silly, but her new album has a lot to do with the color of her hair. I'd been a blonde for five years; Disney wanted us to be those characters. But the new songs I was working on felt edgier, sort of back to how I was before 'High School Musical.
Hilarious, right? This genre has little appeal to adults, and Disney stars have had a hard time finding crossover success, with only Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers making some headway in the pop world. And as Guilty Pleasure makes clear, it indeed is just a role.
Oh you are my guilty pleasure, so intoxicating when you know it isnt right, I keep it under cover, see the precious oh cause im so into you. Typical boys, thats what i like. And i really have to say that, typical me and my apetite.
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