The debut album from 2011American IdolfinalistHaley Reinhart, 2012'sListen Up!features the singer framed in slick, retro-influenced pop and R&B productions. Working with a handful of pop songwriting and production wizards includingBusbee(Kelly Clarkson,Daughtry),Mike Elizondo(Nelly Furtado,Natasha Bedingfield),Rob Kleiner,MoZella, and others,Reinharthas delivered a solid set of catchy, dance-oriented cuts that maximize her sexy, playful persona and come off a lot hipper than you'd expect from a major labelAmIdolrelease. Vocally,Reinharthas a cherubically gutsy, deeply resonant vocal sound perfectly suited for these boomy, '60s pop-influenced productions. In that sense, tracks like the punchy leadoff cut "Oh My!," the sultry lil'-diva single "Free," and the equally as swaggering and funky "Liar" are catchy, post-Amy Winehousedance-soul productions that mix scratchy vinyl-sounding beats, blurty horn sections, driving piano lines, and some sassy backing vocal parts. Elsewhere, we get the pumping Motown-esque "Wasted Tears," the similarly engaging disco anthem "Now That You're Here," and the swoony girl group meets soft rock number "Wonderland." Definitely an ear-grabber,Listen Up! ultimately positsReinhartas a kind of old-school pinup, a mini-Mariah Careyif she'd grown up listening to a mix ofDusty Springfield,Lisa Stansfield, andEn Vogue.
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