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Editors’ Notes

Mouthing off the cops, dancing on the bar, drinking down a “bottle of whatever”—Avril Lavigne’s fifth studio album presents a hard-charging rush of defiant, shout-along pop music with plenty of bad-girl edge. Although she offers a little buoyant, synth-driven pop sparkle (“Hello Kitty,” “17,” “Sippin’ on Sunshine”), the majority of Lavigne’s self-titled album blasts along with guitars on 11, shout-along choruses, and an unstoppable rage-all-night ethos (“Rock N Roll,” “Here’s to Never Growing Up,” "Bitchin’ Summer”). The album’s two duets offer the greatest emotional extremes: “Let Me Go” is an epic, string-adorned power ballad alongside husband (and Nickelback frontman) Chad Kroeger, while “Bad Girl” brings in a growling Marilyn Manson for the album’s raunchiest rocker.

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Avril Lavigne Touches Base With Her Previous Punk Rock

I've been an Avril Lavigne fan since her first album, as many on here who are writing reviews can say as well. Her music has evolved as she has gotten older. Understandable. No surprise. But she has always maintained a hands on feel with her songs, as she has written or cowritten many of her previous songs. But I also believe that this album will not be her come back album. I don't think she left, but she never brought herself into the media spotlight as most artists have. This album will no doubt be readily accepted by her fans and keep them, and I, satisfied with new material, but Avril will never be in 'the Golden Age' of her career as when she came out with 'Let Go' or 'Under My Skin'. I can't wait to hear this album, tho. Long anticipated wait!!!!!! : )

Avril didn't disappoint!

The new material is fun and exciting. Can't wait to see what happens next. If you're a fan of Avril, then there's no question. Get this!

You are almost 30, stop singing about being in high school.

Seriously. Avril Lavigne sounds like a creeper on this album. She is singing about being in high school, saying "Everyone's waiting on the bell/
A couple seconds we'll be raising hell/The sun is shining down/School is finally out" Uhm, school was out back in 2002 when she was supposed to graduate high school. People were angry at Carly Rae Jepsen for the immaturity of "Call Me Maybe" but this is worse. Avril sings about "Here's To Never Growing Up" which seems fitting since all these songs feel like rejects off of her debut album. There's nothing wrong with aging, and it would be nice to see that sentiment in some real way, like if she were to sing about all her friends being married and having kids, or about how her youth is fading away. Instead, she doesn't even come off as immature but rather like she has some personality disorder that has rendered her permanently with the mentality of a 15 year old, and that's sad. When she was 17 she was more mature and convincing than she is now. With her self titled album, she has released something that would make sense as a confused major label debut from a teenager at the turn of the century... but now, 5 albums in her career, Avril has lost the last bit of respect I had for her.

Biography

Born: September 27, 1984 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Avril Lavigne first appeared in summer 2002, touting an addictive debut single (the spunky pop/rock gem "Complicated") and a skatepunk image that purposely clashed with the polished glamour of mainstream pop. Lavigne, who was 17 at the time, quickly rose to teen idol status, selling several million copies of her debut album, Let Go (the best-selling album by a female artist in 2002), while inspiring a genuine fashion craze with her penchant for tank tops and neckties. As the decade progressed, so...
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  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative, Pop/Rock
  • Released: Nov 01, 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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