K's Choice's second album, Paradise in Me, is a competent set of post-grunge rock that relies as much on the group's churning, vaguely hard sound as it does on their songwriting. Since K's Choice are led by a female vocalist and hail from Belgium, they are slightly more distinctive than their American brethren, but what distinguishes them is that they can craft a radio-ready hook like that of "Not an Addict." The remainder of Paradise in Me isn't quite as appealing, but it remains a sturdy sophomore effort.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine