In the review magazine, Entertainment Weekly noted that Moore’s songs, revolving around the theme “still inexperienced love”, performed with “suffocating professionalism”, and ballads in the album “nauseating”.
And although the songs sounded on the radio, and her album So Real went platinum in the US (early 2000) and was sold about 1 million copies, it was not as successful as the same Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson. Movies described as “amazing caller” almost top 40 in the U. Billboard Hot 100, finishing in 41st place and becoming the gold.
Some reviewers criticized the album because it contained remixes of old songs and did not anticipate further creative development and All Music Guide has described his style as “more trashy, vulgar, tasteless, and altogether more disposable” than that of the previous.
The album took 21 th place on the Billboard 200 in the USA went gold, it sold about 792 000 copies.
The album immediately took the 35-th place in the Billboard 200, and later went gold and was sold in a number of 443 000 copies.
The single “In My Pocket”, which Entertainment Weekly praised as a “throbbing Euro-disco with the influence of Indian music” Billboard’s Hot 100 chart didn’t even show up.
All Music Guide called it “a juicy, multi-layered product”.