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Album Review

Lindsay Lohan played a rock & roller in the 2003 remake of the classic Disney identity-change flick Freaky Friday, so perhaps it wasn't a huge stretch for her to leap from acting to singing for the teen idol, yet her 2004 debut, Speak, still feels like a byproduct of an overdriven, overamplified celebrity culture. After all, with just two hit films under her belt, Lindsay wasn't exactly a huge star — particularly one with a proven track record, one who could regularly open movies or had a fan base ready to follow her to pop music. Nevertheless, it was impossible to read gossip columns, entertainment press, and blogs without reading about Ms. Lohan, whether it was details of her feud with Hilary Duff, debates over the authenticity of her breasts, praise for her role in Tina Fey's Mean Girls, reports of her breakup from That 70s Show actor Wilmer Valderrama, and tales of her partying. This relentless flow of stories made Lindsay Lohan a star even to people who never saw her films, the way that the constant coverage of Paris Hilton turned the heiress into a star. And like that creation of celeb culture, Lohan decided it was time to turn her into a multimedia, cross-platform star, instead of simply an actress, and so Speak was recorded quickly and rushed into the stores at the end of the year. It should come as no surprise that the record sounds like a record that was created in the moment and for the moment, to be the soundtrack to Lohan's wild year. So, there are songs that allude to her partying ways — most explicitly on the lead single, "Rumors," where Lindsay bats her eyes for the camera as she pleads to be left alone — and the music is a blend of old-fashioned, Britney-styled dance-pop and the anthemic, arena rock sound pioneered by fellow tween stars Hilary Duff and Ashlee Simpson. Lohan stands apart from the pack with her party-ready attitude and her husky voice, which may be mannered but is fuller than Britney's, and it's perfectly suited for the glitzy music on Speak.

Customer Reviews

Look past the voice

I admit it. There are plenty of people out there who have a much better voice than lindsay. very true. but lindsay doesn't have a bad voice at all. She can sing. Well. Not brilliantly. Not breath-takingly, but she can sing well. And i love all of these songs on this album. I can relate to so many of the things that she's singing about, and i absolutely love the melodies, and the music behind lindsay. And as cliche as some of her lyrics might be, i still can relate to them a lot. Favorite songs on the album are Something I Never Had, and Over. But all the other songs i love as well. Least favorite songs? ... probably Magnet and To Know Your Name Check this album out. You'll get some very enjoyable music, that you most likely will be able to relate to.

Regardless of her reputation, this is solid pop music

It appears most the reviews posted for this album are more about Lindsay Lohan's tabloid persona as opposed to the music itself. I also suspect some of these negative posters probably don't like pop music to begin with, and dismiss it outright. However, if you do like pop music--remember, that music that used to big back in the late 90's before R&B completely took over the charts?--you may enjoy this album. Whoever worked on this album did a great production job, and many of the songs contain upbeat hooks and strong harmonies. Granted, Lindsay Lohan is not the most gifted vocalist; she's on par with her supposed rival, fellow tween queen Hilary Duff. But, she can carry a tune and she stays within her range, which is really all that's necessary. And given her limited range she is thankfully not prone to the exaggerated warbling that American Idol contestants mistake for good singing. I would also like to point out that the more R&B-oriented (and very cynical plea for privacy) "Rumors" is not really representative of the album, which is generally more pop/rock. If you enjoy Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne and the now mellowed out Liz Phair, then you will probably like this album.

She Rokks!!!

This is so amazing and wierd, because i'm not and never was a lindsay lohan fan, but ever since I heard these songs, I couldn't believe it. They're so incredible. I specially luv #'s 2, 4, 5, and 12.


Genre: Pop

Actress/teen pop star Lindsay Lohan entered the world of show business at the tender age of three as a Ford model, which led to television commercials for the Gap, Pizza Hut, and Wendy's. She did more television work as she grew up, including stints on soap operas like Another World and The Guiding Light, as well as roles in The Bette Show and Get a Clue, a Disney Channel movie. Lohan's Disney connection, which included starring as the twins in a remake of The Parent Trap, continued into her teens...
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