Review: Lily Allen Drops Subtle Truth Bombs On 'No Shame"

Over a decade ago, Lily Allen burst into the pop mainstream with “Smile,” a cheery song that wrapped its withering indictments of a straying lover in Jackie Mittoo keyboards and skipping-stone grooves. The combination of Allen’s voice – which, thanks in part to Mark Ronson’s retro-minded production, brought to mind a British cousin of hyper-feminine ’60s pop thrushes like France Gall and

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