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Well, that awkward goth phase didn't last long! With all the impatience of an ADD-riddled teen rebel, Avril Lavigne ditched the gloomy façade of her sophomore Under My Skin and dove back into the well-scrubbed mosh pit for her third album, The Best Damn Thing. Frankly, the change in pace comes as a bit of a relief. The serious Avril on Under My Skin never felt genuine — the shift from the exuberance of "Sk8er Boi" to the meandering ruminations of "Don't Tell Me" and "My Happy Ending" seemed sudden and forced, a misguided attempt to prove that Lavigne was a serious songwriter — so as soon as The Best Damn Thing opens with the bright bubblegum blast of "Girlfriend" and its cheerleader chant, everything within Avril's world seems right again. If anything, this third album feels even more adolescent than her aggressively catchy-n-shallow debut, Let Go, perhaps because this is an album where Avril is allowed to run wild. She can curse, spit, and strut to her heart's content, she can taunt her rivals and steal their boyfriends, then bitch out the boy for not understanding her once he belongs to her. She impatiently rushes through the power ballads — there are only three of them, all impeccable melodic anthems designed to keep the crossover adult audience Let Go won, all better than their equivalents on Under My Skin — because she can't wait to get back and raise hell like the spoiled brat that she's thrilled to be. Avril swears like she's just discovered profanity, cheerfully spitting out four-letter words (and their compounds) with glee, but everything she does here she does with unrestrained glee. She truly believes she's the best damn thing you've ever seen, she knows it's all about her — or, as she shouts on "I Don't Have to Try," "I wear the pants!" — and if you don't agree, she knows you're wrong and you can go to hell (actually, she'd probably say something a lot stronger).

This sense of entitlement will surely rankle anybody who's just a little bit older than Avril's 22 years, who will also find that the perennial Lavigne complaint holds: she ain't no punk, she's a brat that any grizzled old punk will want to beat with a baseball bat. (How do you know if you're one of the old guys? If you recognize the chorus of "Girlfriend" as a total lift from the Rubinoos' "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend," you're an old guy, even if you're 20.) But The Best Damn Thing wasn't made for them, nor was it made with any sense (or even regard) for the past: it was made to exist totally in the moment, in a time when a moment speeds by faster than light. And, frankly, that's what's good about The Best Damn Thing: it's as exuberant, irreverent, and exciting as any other bubblegum pop, defiantly silly and shallow, but also deliriously hooky. If Lavigne didn't have the hooks — if neither "Girlfriend" nor the title track weren't driven by cheerleader chants, if "Everything Back But You" didn't snarl like prime Green Day, if "I Can Do Better" didn't soar on its chorus — her snotty attitude would be unbearable, but these are terrific, addictive pop songs that are harder and tougher yet feel fresher and lighter than her big hits from Let Go. True, this is far from deep, but Under My Skin proved that a deep Avril is a dull Avril. The Best Damn Thing, in contrast, builds on every one of her bratty strengths, which makes for ridiculously catchy pop — the kind of music that provides a soundtrack for teens and guilty pleasures for everyone else. [The Best Damn Thing is available in a deluxe edition containing a bonus CD. The non-deluxe edition is a clean version of the album without the numerous profanities.]

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Avril Lalagna

Allora adesso mi sfogo un po' ok? Incominciamo. Innanzitutto nn so ke emozioni possa trasmettere una ragazzina ke nn sa nemmeno suonare la chitarra in modo decente. è dal suo primo album ke la gente dice: "è venuta finalmente colei ke salverà il mondo del rock!", oppure: "lei si ke è una vera rocker". Ma dico io: MA STIAMO SCHERZANDO??????? Innanzitutto se lei dovrebbe salvare il mondo del rock, le sue canzoni dovrebbero appunto essere di questo genere, e quindi, contenere assoli e riff abbastanza decenti. Lalagna nn fa nè la prima, nè la seconda cosa. Addirittura Itunes la inserisce nel genere Pop, quindi: ke Rocker si pensa di essere questa stupida ragazzina ke ha influenzato influenzato ragazze ancora più stupide di lei? C'è veramente da vergognarsi sulle parole egregie ke sn state dette su di lei. Se volete vero rock, contattatemi ke io vi darò di tutto. Ma per favore basta spendere soldi per comprare i suoi album, anzi nn possono nemmeno essere definiti album. Quindi vedete di mettere la testa apposto sennò Ocrop Oid e Ocrap Annodam. Un saluto e un Dio, Pistax =) Subus Dei

avril lavigne 4 ever

le canzoni sn tutte stupende dovete comprarlo assolutamente


album molto bello, stile rocchettaro per Avril, diverso dal prcedente! consigliato


Nato(a): 27 settembre 1984, Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Genere: Pop

Anni di attività: '00s, '10s

Avril Lavigne comparve per la prima volta nell'estate del 2002, pubblicizzando un singolo di esordio che creava dipendenza (il coraggioso gioiello pop/rock "Complicated") e con un'immagine skatepunk che di proposito risultava in contrasto con il fascino distinto del pop di massa. Lavigne, che all’epoca aveva 17 anni, divenne ben presto l'idolo degli adolescenti, vendendo diversi milioni di copie del suo album d'esordio, Let Go (l'album più venduto del 2002 da un'artista femminile), ispirando una...
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