The phrase “fight or flight” is such a profound concept because each choice is an action, and each choice comes with severe consequences. Such could be said for Emily Osment’s new record, Fight of Flight.
Appropriately titled, Fight or Flight is an aggressive debut that is sure to be a hit among Osment’s Hannah Montana fan base. It’s not overly daring, but not exactly predictable either. In summary, you could best describe it as a punchy pop record that is one part catchy, another part club experimental.
This is especially evident on the lead single and first track on the album, “Love Sick”, where a fusion of different sounds blend with Emily’s voice – which is what some may compare to a young Fergie.
The club vibes continues with “Get Yer Yah-Yah’s Out”, ”1-800-Clap Your Hands” and “All The Boys Want”, while “Marisol” and “You Get Me Through” provide a soft, and very pleasant contrast.
As they say, every action has a consequence and with Fight of Flight, you can do one the following. Fight your doubts and invest in a solid album, or take flight and ignore the young talent altogether.