| ||This is a great pop album. Eclipse is utterly sublime!|
| ||So this _is_ the "Show Me Love" Robyn. This is the first review I've read that actually makes that clear, and it'd been bugging me for a while.|
| ||Glad to clear it up for you! This is definitely THE Robyn. She's changed a bit since then but she's been chugging away in Sweden the whole time - this is just the first thing she's done that's really caught much attention since Show Me Love, but her in-between albums were also very good.|
| ||Robyn has been around for quite some time. 10 years she has been a pop star.
She had her first hit “do you really want me?” when she was 16 years old.
I live in Sweden and I noticed that the last record went pretty good, but I never heard any friends or such talk about her.
It’s with this record on her own company that she is beginning to get huge again and I notice that people are starting to talk about her. I had almost forgotten her.
I read that it’s because she gets to pull the strings herself when making the music.|
| ||Ermm Jessica...
I think You've got it wrong - you'll have to correct it: Robin S was the one that 1988 had a hit with "Show Me Love" - not Robyn.