Julie Roberts second album out late March
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Julie Roberts second album out late March

Tuesday, February 28, 2006 – The long wait for the sophomore album of Julie Roberts appears almost over.

Roberts, who gained acclaim with her 2004 self-titled debut, will release "Men & Mascara" on Mercury June 27. The title cut and first single goes for adds at radio March 27.

Roberts had a hit with "Break Down Here" from her debut. Two other singles, "The Chance" and "Wake Up Older" did not fare as well for the 27-year-old South Carolina native.


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CD review - Men & Mascara In addition to "Men & Mascara," the ingredient list for this work should also note whisky & beer and pain & suffering as equally essential elements used in the creation of such a consistently sad CD. It opens with "Paint and Pillows," which describes the futility of attempting to cover up the scents and sights of a lover's former lover. The title track, "Men & Mascara," describes two things that both run. But mascara can't trickle along ...
It has grown impossible to predict what new act will be the next to really catch fire and rip up the charts, not once, but numerous times right out of the chute. But certainly Julie Roberts has a number of qualities upon which to base an argument that she will be that act. The first thing most people will notice is that she's drop dead gorgeous even in comparison to the really pretty lineup of Nashville divas. But what is most astonishing about the 11-song debut is her understanding of her own ...


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