Anyone who thinks that all female teenagers entering the music business are of the same cookie-cutter pedigree (a blond fashion plate who sings strictly made-for-radio fare) will be jolted from their

Anyone who thinks that all female teenagers entering the music business are of the same cookie-cutter pedigree (a blond fashion plate who sings strictly made-for-radio fare) will be jolted from their jaded complacency upon hearing singer/songwriter Lennon's Arista debut, 5:30 Saturday Morning. At 19, the Tennessee native has taken more musical chances on her debut than some seasoned artists have in their entire careers. She opens the set with the Rob Zombie-styled "Property of Goatfucker" and drops in some sinister organs and trippy voice-overs on first single "Brake of Your Car." Her two torch songs ("Asking You" and the title cut) will surely convert the most die-hard teen-queen fans, thanks to the artist's passionate piano playing and a lyrical honesty that's almost too authentic. For immediate gratification, go directly to "My Beautiful." Let it serve as your introduction to a solo artist who's poised for the top.—CLT