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CD SINGLE REVIEW: Molly Thomason - “Untitled #2 (Kiss Me)”
By Gian F - 11/13/2009 - 12:54 PM EST

Artist: Molly Thomason
Album: Static
Label: N/A
Genre: Alt Pop/Rock
Sounds Like: ?
Technical Grade: 9/10
Production/Musicianship Grade: 10/10
Commercial Value: 9/10
Overall Talent Level: 8/10
Songwriting Skills: 8/10
Performance Skill: 8/10
Best Songs: Single
Weakness: ?
CD Review:

Molly Thomason from Kent, England, via Antigonish, Nova Scotia, is a singer/songwriter who taught herself guitar when she was eleven. She is now 15. Her single, “Untitled #2 (Kiss Me),” is one of the most complete, and commercially viable tracks I’ve heard by an artist her age. Replete with the characteristics that radio embraces (quick intro, short verses, strong hook, and high production values – thanks to Tim Feswick) Molly knocks a home run her first time at bat with this one. It’s radio friendly, and is perfect for music licensing on a myriad of teen television shows.

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