Just cuz she has access to things beyond the grasp of most normal teens - millions of dollars, free-flowing drugs, Wilmer Valderrama - doesn't mean Lindsay Lohan doesn't feel the same pain they do. If you cut her, does she not bleed? If she bleeds, does she not write angst-ridden bad poetry about it? Judging from A Little More Personal, the answers are yes and yes. The follow-up to Speak de-glosses our girl's prefab sound for an oddly satisfying gritty 80s pop vibe, throws in some covers and ups the trauma factor. Let's hope lead single Confessions Of A Broken Heart helps Lohan work through her daddy issues, cuz svengali Tommy Mottola's attempts to style her as his new Mariah aren't just off base - they're creepy. The cover of I Want You To Want Me is a hair better than the Letters To Cleo version, but Lohan actually pulls off Edge Of Seventeen. Weird. The hooks are OK, there's some stylistic consistency, and you can't help feeling for poor Lindsay. Plus, Lohan refers to God as "she," which is rad.