- Schizophonic: From Amazon.co.uk

While hardly a masterpiece on the order of "Say You'll Be There", the former Ginger Spice's step into the solo arena does an acceptable job of refashioning her into a "grownup" diva. Generally underdeveloped material doesn't help but the thin-voiced Halliwell acquits herself well enough on some pop-funk numbers and when tweaking the sort of 60s high camp of which Robbie Williams is so fond--especially on saucy single "Look At Me". --Rickey Wright
What the Critics Say...
Rolling Stone (7/8-22, p.146) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...surprising, undeniable charm. She's like a really enthusiastic impersonator, so anxious to win you over that you give in..."
Q Magazine (8/99, p.100) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...it's quite good fun. This goes for SCHIZOPHONIC as a whole....it isn't haute cuisine, but then neither is pop music as a whole....[It's] the kind of snack you can eat without ruining your finer appitites."