Another of the Olsen twins' earliest efforts, Mary-Kate and Ashley's 1993 album, I Am the Cute One, features a hipper sound than Brother for Sale, but offers a similar mix of old and new songs and quirky skits. "Double Up" lends a hip-hop flavor to a jump-rope song, while the title track gives a poppy twist to sibling rivalry. Songs like "Ida Know," "One Buffalo, Two Buffali," and "No One Tells the President What to Do" and sketches like "The Popcorn Tree" and "The Backwards Song Box" offer some of the twins' finest moments up to that point. I Am the Cute One offers a refreshingly silly dose of fun and is probably the best of the albums Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen recorded as young children.
AllMusic Review by Heather Phares