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  • All flash, no substance; hence the term Mediocre But Arrogant.

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  • She has now released her second album, "Mediocre," or in English "Mediocre," and it's anything but.

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  • It's possible I'll be totally surprised and have somebody like Carolina "So Boring Can't Remember Anything About Her" Kostner win - after all Sarah "Mediocre" Hughes did win the Olympics when all the other skaters fell down - but I predict the Asians will clean up most of the medals in most of the categories.

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  • Her new album is "Mediocre," but you can ask for "Mediocre," and they'll probably bring it over.

    Ximena Sarinana Turns 'Hobby' Into Career

  • (Soundbite of song "Mediocre") Ms. SARINANA: (Singing) Me encanta escucharte hablar SIMON: And for more of her musical style, you can go to our special music site on our Web site npr. org.

    Ximena Sarinana Turns 'Hobby' Into Career

  • (Soundbite of song "Mediocre") Ms. XIMENA SARINANA: (Singing) Son las hojas que escribi ayer.

    Ximena Sarinana Turns 'Hobby' Into Career

  • After recording the songs on "Mediocre," she discovered a recurring theme that inspired the album's title.

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  • Though Ms. Sariñana, 22, grew up speaking English in the bicultural schools she attended in Mexico, the songs on "Mediocre" are in Spanish.

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  • The cover of "Mediocre" shows her primly dressed as a conventional young lady of the

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  • Sariñana wrote or co-wrote all but three of the 12 songs on "Mediocre," which she co-produced with the highly regarded Latin alternative producers Tweety Gonzalez, Bajofondo Tango Club cofounder Juan Campodonico, and the group Bro'ducers.

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