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September 22, 2007
New York (Webster Hall)
September 25, 2007
New York (Madison Square Garden)
September 19, 2007
New York (Radio City Music Hall)
September 14, 2007
New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)
September 14, 2007
Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
September 11, 2007
London (Royal Festival Hall)
September 08, 2007
Tinley Park, Ill. (First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre)
September 07, 2007
New York (Roseland Ballroom)
August 29, 2007
East Rutherford, N.J. (Continental Airlines Arena)
Producer(s): Richard Vission
Genre: DANCE
Hilary Duff has got a brand-new bag. "Play With Fire" is less of the clichéd little-girl-playing-tough-pop/rocker than it is a truly intriguing exploration into darker, more experimental melodic structures that could attract a whole new crowd of late-night dancefloor minions to the Duff camp. The original version is just fine, but the tweaked-out radio edit from remixer Richard Vission is a true work of art, refashioning Duff as a potential innovator—and heaven knows there are precious few of those these days. Hil's new album is due in first-quarter 2007. It will be fascinating to see if this is an enchanting fluke, or if America is destined to at last see the arrival of its own Kylie. —Chuck Taylor


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