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White Lies Allowed (Polydor 2003)

   Just like a zapping fingers pops-up every men’s dream for having a vocal group full of beautiful girls and British’s Girls Aloud which starring delicious names of its members like Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and the one and only Cheryl Cole freshly right from the TV show Popstar talent becoming faster as the new project for commercial POP culture media replacing the Spice Girls and consecutively, nominated for Brit Awards for several times and actually, won some. The calculated first debut recording for the group started as the more independent Pop-Music vocals sisters which relevantly, releasing their Sound of The Underground (as on some version contains the bonus song of Duran Duran’s cover  Girls on Film) but mostly, sounding really Pop with the rootsy tracks from House, Garage Music UK to Synth-Pop tones influenced onto them as these beauties performed their early arousing touches and armored by sexiness rebellions on the first moves.
Girls Aloud presenting these songs like Some Kind of Miracle, No Good Advice, Mars Attack, Forever and A Never to Boogie Down Love and then – one by one of those girls starting with Cheryl Cole – dating a football players which exploding the trendy Wags with Victoria Beckham which success comes aside and shining the girl’s band first movements era of the next pioneering Pop beat-sound culture.