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Rachel Fuller
Cigarettes and Housework (Universal Records)

By: Mike SOS

Rachel Fuller is a classically trained musician making a foray into the pop rock genre with some help from Pete Townshend (yes, that Pete Townshend). On Cigarettes and Housework, Fuller mixes up the variety from the Tori Amos/Alanis Morrisette type balladeering of "Outside My Window" to the sultry delivery of Sarah McLachlan on "Eat Me". While a lot of the album is basically stuff your mom and aunt would die for after hearing it in the new Julia Roberts flick, the music is pristinely composed, if not a bit overblown, and should appeal to the misled populous that have kept Michael Bolton and Kenny G. household names.
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