Hit the dance floor with Swedish pop sensation, Sally Shapiro, and her aptly-titled disco-pop album My Guilty Pleasure.
Sally Shapiro, the alias for this Swedish pop princess and her trusty producer Johan Agebjörn, make radiant disco-pop that’s made Clubland seem new again. On My Guilty Pleasure, the duo offers a dramatic, dance-centric palate, influenced by Swedish and Italo Disco. Hints of nostalgia are sprinkled throughout “Looking at the Stars” and album stunner “My Fantasy,” refining synth beats of yesteryear for a spectacular second coming. Funky bass lines and even-funkier drums lightly weave around Shapiro’s sweetly airy vocals on “Moonlight Dance,” and the stylish “Save Your Love” kindly reminds you that the ’80s did have some bright and shiny moments (Stacey Q, anyone?). For lovers of synth-pop perfection, Sally Shapiro’s My Guilty Pleasure will certainly woo you.
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