Leaving Warner Bros after the relative commercial failure of Hello Big Man, Carly Simon moved to the Epic label, which gave her the big-budget star treatment on the appropriately named Spoiled Girl. No less than eight producers labored over this, and they included such heavyweights as Don Was and Phil Ramone, although everyone from disco king Arthur Baker to the team of T-Bone Wolk and G.E. Smith, late of the Hall & Oates band, got a shot. Simon's sales continued to slide, with the album topping out at number 88, and she and Epic parted company after only one release.
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AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann