Sharp's sophomore debut, More B.S., is anything but. In a current music industry flood of artist soundalikes and lookalikes, Sharp stands on her own.

Sharp's sophomore debut, More B.S., is anything but. In a current music industry flood of artist soundalikes and lookalikes, Sharp stands on her own. Previous vehicles for the artist have included Lilith Fair and MTV's Campus Invasion, thanks to her past hit, "David Duchovny." Perhaps her musical influences—which include Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, and Patti Smith—have something to do with Sharp's genuinely artistic delivery in More B.S. The album includes songs that serve as social commentaries and musical stories reminiscent of Joni Mitchell. "Lazy Afternoon" spews insults to big corporations and aggressive fashionistas, while "The Ballad of Grim and Lily" is a song about a gangster couple desiring an escape to an island. "Dirty Magazine" is a humorous ditty about a young girl who wants nothing more than to be in an adult magazine and reminds one of Janis Joplin's "Mercedes Benz." A festive remake of Don Henley's "Boys of Summer" is also included. In the end, Sharp shows an obvious appreciation for artists that came before her and a notable ability to be nobody but herself.—DP