Rafer Guzmán of Newsday was in attendance Thursday at Radio City Music Hall for Mariah Carey’s Charmbracelet tour stop. He writes, “And although the first song, ‘Heartbreaker,’ didn’t call for it, Carey immediately began squeaking out her famous, frilly high notes. She did so on nearly every song, lacing them together like musical doilies and passing them out whether they were needed or not. For nearly two hours, the concert unfolded like a long parade of lame ideas taken from the worst of mainstream culture. The set borrowed blatantly from the movie ‘Moulin Rouge,’ resembling a Parisian artist’s garret, complete with awful ‘paintings’ of Carey on an easel.”
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