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Jessica Simpson, Step Up and Cheetah Girls 2 CD Reviews

Jessica Simpson is releasing her Public Affair, one soundtrack is Stepping Up to the plate and the Cheetah Girls are back on the prowl. Find which of these disks are worth a listen!

Jessica Simpson - A Public Affair

Jessica Simpson's first post-divorce album couldn't be more different than her ex-husband's. While Nick's album, What's Left of Me, is a serious downer, filled with mournful songs about loss of love, Jessica's is an upbeat dance album filled with poppy, fizzy tracks that, while they are fun for a while, won't last long in your memory. Kinda like Jessica and Nick's marriage.

Jessica Simpson - A Public Affair Fun Facts

  • Jessica says the album - despite its name - is not about her public break-up with Nick Lachey.
  • Jessica wrote all but one of the original songs on the album.
  • There were rumors that Jessica would cover her sister Ashlee's hit Pieces of Me, but the album does not include the song.
  • The video for the lead single, A Public Affair, features Eva Longoria, Christina Milian, Christina Applegate, Maria Menounos, Andy Dick and Ryan Seacrest.
  • The song, A Public Affair, has been critisised by many who say that it is far too simmiliar to Madonna's '80s dance hit Holiday.
  • Jessica Simpson - A Public Affair Hot Tracks

    A Public Affair; Let Him Fly; If You Were Mine; You Spin Me Round

    Jessica Simpson - A Public Affair Rating:

    Step Up - Soundtrack

    The Step Up Soundtrack is filled with the upbeat club tracks you would expect from a dance flick like Step Up. Tracks from Young Joc, Ciara and Sean Paul set the tone for any summer party while mellow tunes like Lovely and U Must Be are perfect to groove to with your latest crush. It's worth buying the album just to listen Kelis', 80's Joint, alone.

    Step Up - Soundtrack Fun Facts
  • The title track, Step Up, was produced by The Fugees' Wyclef Jean.
  • Samantha Jade, who sings Step Up, is a young Australian artist who will release her debut album later this year.
  • Keyshia Cole, who is featured on the track Give It Up to Me, had a short-lived reality TV show on BET.
  • Step Up - Soundtrack Hot Tracks
    80's Joint; Ain't Cha; 'Til the Dawn

    Step Up - Soundtrack Rating:

    Cheetah Girls 2 - Soundtrack
    The Cheetah Girls are back with a new flick and accompanying soundtrack. This movie sees the girls heading to Spain, so the soundtrack takes on a more Latin flavor. There are three solo songs by Raven Symone and one by Drew Seeley, who sang Troy's parts in High School Musical (sorry kids, that wasn't Zac Efron singing). The Cheetah Girls 2 is the embodiment of chirpy, positive, girl-friendly pop. If that sounds like your kind of music, then this is your kind of album.

    Cheetah Girls 2 - Soundtrack Fun Facts
  • The Cheetah Girls will be touring to promote this album beginning on September 15, 2006.
  • The Cheetah Girls 2 Soundtrack was released 10 days before the movie first aired.
  • The Cheetah Girls 2 Soundtrack sold more than 87,000 copies on its first week.
  • Cheetah Girl 2 - Soundtrack Hot Tracks
    Why Wait; Step Up, The Party's Just Begun

    Cheetah Girls 2 - Soundtrack Rating:

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    Which is the Best Album?

    • Jessica Simpson's A Public Affair.
    • The Step Up Soundtrack.
    • Cheetah Girls 2.
    • I don't know.

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