Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A good dance-pop record
homogenik | Québec | 03/07/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Although it was ignored by pretty much everyone, Mitsou's third album is a very decent affair. It features the usual 1990s rhythmic dance-pop but it does so with quite a few great hooks and a quality production. 'Sweet Nothings', 'I Really Love You' and 'Next X' are real highlights if you can get past the cheesiness, the shallowness. This is after all purely for fun and entertainment. But at this game, Mitsou is queen. The 1997 re-issue features two nice extra versions of the top 10 single 'Everybody Say Love' making this album a must-buy for any Mitsou fan."
Tempted un album varié et surprenant.
Stephane Mercier | Chicoutimi,Québec Canada | 11/19/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Cet album est réussi à tout les points et Mitsou à une voix très sexy et plus forte que quand elle chante en français.Le premier single est écrit par RUPAUL qui est connu pour faire de la dance music.TEMPTED est trés varié on y retrouve du dance,R&B,Ballade up-tempo,House et pop bonbon,tout ça est produit avec de très gros noms,Narada micheal walden qui a entre autre écrit des chansons dans le passé pour Whitney Houston et Aretha Franklin et sur l'album de Mitsou qui fait penser a That's the way love goes de Janet Jackson.C'est un excellent album de mitsou et c'est le seul qui est entièrement en anglais."
Unfortunately, a disappointment
Buzzy Bee | Belleville, Ontario Canada | 11/13/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"After thoroughly enjoying Mitsou's French language albums, I was eager to listen to her first complete English release. Her French albums contained charming, infectious pop and dance songs that were a pleasure to listen to, even though I didn't understand all of the words. However, "Tempted" proved to be a big disappointment. The songs themselves just aren't very good. The upbeat, infectious quality of her French songs is totally missing here. Also, she can't speak English. Her pronunciation is so terrible, it distracts the listener. Mitsou has never been a great singer--it was her charming presence and perhaps the romantic French language that made her songs appealing. When she sings in English, it emphasizes how weak her voice really is. There are a couple of fun songs, including "Everybody Say Love", but overall, this is a mediocre album at best. Anyone wanting to purchase a Mitsou album should try "El Mundo" instead."