Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey have a lot more in common than you might think. First of all, they both share the same initials. Secondly, they've both mastered the ability to turn any music video into a soft core porno -- especially when its a ballad. The only real difference is that Mimi's blue movies look like vintage '80s throwbacks filled with high-waisted thongs, teased wigs with too much hairspray, and cheesy saxophone music, while Miley's are contemporary hipster porn for art students and potheads.
I was a huge fan of Ricki-Lee's "look at me I'm hot now!" comeback track, "Raining Diamonds," but she totally lost me with the rest of the singles from her Fear & Freedom album. By the time the era wrapped up, I thought that Ricki-Lee's time in the musical spotlight was probably up. I mean, she had a pretty good run for an Australian pop star, so I was ready to accept that this was it for her and just move on.
Then out of nowhere came "Come & Get In Trouble With Me," which is probably the greatest Aussie pop single since whatever the hell Kylie's last huge hit was.