Cleopatra's debut album Comin' Atcha has a few weak spots, but that should be expected from any dance-pop album. What is surprising is that the cuts that work are so enjoyable. It's easy to be suspcious of a group that feels like a genetically engineered hybrid of Hanson and the Spice Girls, but the three sisters in Cleopatra have a spunky charm that makes their light dance-pop and urban ballads enjoyable. There's enough filler on the album to make it a frustrating listen but the best moments -- namely singles like "Cleopatra's Theme" -- make the dull spots worthwhile.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine