Partners in Crime

In point of fact, Susanna Hoffs provides a good lesson in the dangers of feminine humility. Despite Hoffs' propensity to lean on guys, they clearly haven't served her well either musically or emotionally, and her disillusion with men seems boundless, from the guy in "Beekeeper's Blues" who only calls when he wants money to the guy in "Grand Adventure" who she admits is a pretentious phony. Finally, on "Eyes of a Baby," she sings--and not for the first time, either--that "anything is better then being alone." That may well describe what's wrong with Susanna Hoffs' career. To her, anything is better than going it alone--including selling herself short.

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