13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Picking up where LMFAO’s endless party left off might be a challenge, but Redfoo does so with gusto on his first solo album. While EDM tracks like the pounding “Party Train” and the blues-fueled "Juicy Wiggle" harness the rubbery, bass-driven style known as Melbourne bounce to aim straight for the hips, the rock 'n' roll-sampling “Lights Out” and the disco-tinged “Where the Sun Goes” give the revelry some unexpected texture. Piano-ballad closer “Maybe” puts Redfoo’s sensitive side on display.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Picking up where LMFAO’s endless party left off might be a challenge, but Redfoo does so with gusto on his first solo album. While EDM tracks like the pounding “Party Train” and the blues-fueled "Juicy Wiggle" harness the rubbery, bass-driven style known as Melbourne bounce to aim straight for the hips, the rock 'n' roll-sampling “Lights Out” and the disco-tinged “Where the Sun Goes” give the revelry some unexpected texture. Piano-ballad closer “Maybe” puts Redfoo’s sensitive side on display.

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