Guilty Pleasure

Guilty Pleasure

by Ashley TisdaleAshley Tisdale

CD

Overview

Graduated from High School Musical and on the eve of her 24th birthday, Ashley Tisdale is ready to act like an adult, or at least not like a tween, on her second album, Guilty Pleasure. The title is a giveaway to Ashley's pop aspirations, the cover an indication of her Britney Blackout makeover, the album a curious hodge-podge of every young starlet of the last few years of the decade, both big and small, good and bad. Britney, in her post-K-Fed incarnation, is naturally at the foundation, but Ashley also incorporates Ashlee Simpson's junkie-wannabe rock, Katy Perry's provocative stomp, Fergie's trashy club crawl, some of Christina's theatricality, and Kelly Clarkson's spunk plus, most bizarrely, a bit of Lindsay Lohan's soul-baring second album on "How Do You Love Someone," a song that lashes out at distant dysfunctional parents, a song so atypically ugly it stops the album dead. That is, until the realization flashes that this, like so much in Tisdale's career, is a careful pose from a showbiz kid who relishes performing so much she'll try anything just along as she can stay on the stage. That attitude can be a little grating in High School Musical, because it was amplified in the character of Sharpay Evans, but here it largely works because her total commitment to the game can result in some truly fun disposable pop. Not everything works -- Tisdale isn't convincing when she tries to deal in either pain or carnality, but when she sticks to the surface, she makes sure that Guilty Pleasure lives up to its title.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/28/2009
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
UPC: 0093624978251
catalogNumber: 518235

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ashley Tisdale   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Sean Hurley   Bass
Lars Jensen   Percussion
Emanuel Kiriakou   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Keyboards
Janice Robinson   Background Vocals
Martin Larsson   Keyboards
Leah Haywood   Background Vocals
Lindy Robbins   Background Vocals
Josh Alexander   Guitar,Keyboards
Joacim Persson   Bass,Guitar
Niclas Bosson   Bass
Heather Bright   Background Vocals
Kevin Gruft   Guitar
Frankie Storm   Background Vocals
Keely Hawkes   Background Vocals
Johan Alkenäs   Bass,Guitar
Ann Marie Boskovich   Background Vocals
Alaina Beaton   Background Vocals
Johan Fransson   Bass,Guitar
Pontus Jacobsson   Guitar
Tobias Lundgren   Background Vocals
Sibel Redzep   Background Vocals
Sean Hurly   Bass
Pontus Jacobsson   Guitar
Niclas Bosson   Bass
Freja Jonsson   Background Vocals
Tim McEwan   Keyboards
Martin M. Larsson   Keyboards
Lars H. Jensen   Percussion
Matt Hawkins   Drums
Kevin Gruft   Guitar

Technical Credits

Mario Lucy   Engineer
Shelly Peiken   Composer
Billy Steinberg   Composer,Producer
Pat Thrall   Engineer
Diane Warren   Composer
Kara DioGuardi   Composer
Tom Whalley   Executive Producer
Jeri Heiden   Art Direction
Emanuel Kiriakou   Composer,Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Bishop Charles Mason   Composer
Leah Haywood   Composer
Lindy Robbins   Composer
Josh Alexander   Composer,Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Daniel James   Composer
Niclas Molinder   Composer
Joacim Persson   Composer
Heather Bright   Composer,Vocal Producer
Peter Stengaard   Vocal Arrangements
Brian Sumner   Engineer
Ellen Wakayama   Art Direction
Lori Feldman   Executive Producer
Toby Gad   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Instrumentation
Ashley Tisdale   Composer
Frankie Storm   Composer
Dream Lab   Producer
Warren "Oak" Felder   Composer
Chasity Nwagbara   Composer
Dicky Klein   Programming,Instrumentation
Kelly Levesque   Vocal Producer
Papa Justifi   Producer
Johan Alkenäs   Composer
Alaina Beaton   Composer
Johan Fransson   Composer
Johannes Joergensen   Programming,Instrumentation
Tobias Lundgren   Composer
Chris Thompson   Vocal Engineer
Steve McMorran   Composer
Johannes "Josh" Joergensen   Programming
Charlie Mason   Composer
Tim Larsson   Composer
Mario Luccy   Engineer
J. Cates   Composer
Andrew "Pop" Wansel   Composer,Producer
Chris Garcia   Vocal Producer

Customer Reviews

Guilty Pleasure 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
jenna16 More than 1 year ago
Ashley Tisdale does an amazing job on her 2nd CD! All the songs are wonderful and fun to listen to. She shows off her voice on all the slow songs that she sings and all the fun songs. Ashley has an amazing voice. Her Cd does not sound anything like Ashlee Simpson's 3rd CD. Ashley Tisdale and Ashlee simspson both have amazing voices and shouldn't be compared. Ashley Tisdale worked really hard on this CD and it sounds amazing. I love Ashley Tisdale and her music is amazing!! :)
DanceBree17 More than 1 year ago
I have to say that Ashley's second album is a big improvement over her first one. She is showing the listener a wide range of emotions and its not all packed in a cute litle package. The first track talks of being a rebel and letting her love for a boy make her a mess. Something I think we all have felt as girls. My favorite track is Hair. Its a cute track of the joys of letting your boyfriend run his fingers thru your hair and mess it up. Its just a really cute track. How do you love someone is a emotional track that reveals the pain of a bad homelife. Probably the most edgy on the whole album. All told, I happen to love this CD and I think I have played it enough that I have caught my mom singing along to a couple of tracks.
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