As pop goes, Fanny Lu's brand is flawless. She's adorable, and she sings with the kind of breathless intensity that suggests that she's just run in from a really great shopping trip and she has a lot of gossip to share with you. But first she wants to Dance! Dance! Dance! The fact that she somehow makes the accordion a pop instrument -- in a very different way from Julieta Venegas -- only sweetens the deal. (We also love the mini-tribute to Mexican singers in "Te Va a Costar.") You might feel like you've binged on Red Bull by the end of this album, but isn't that fun once in a while?