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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An A on Avril Lavigne

    I think This CD is a great one! It has cool tunes. And lots more. It has woeds so you can read along. Also It is both rock and pop. I hope YOU like this CD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    some songs too much allanis morrissete

    naked and my world are too much like alanis morisete, im with you repeats a lot maby too much sk8r boi is too short but overall it was OK not better not worse.(average)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Avril is soooo "punk rock" !!!!

    Avril is so unique, just like everybody else!! Anybody who has listened to Avril's work will agree that she definetely has pop music potential, but her quest to prove to the world that she is a hardcore, skating, guitar playing, punk rock chick who is not to be reckoned with is unconvincing. It doesn't take much reading, or watching, to discover that Avril isn't quite the guitar player, nor is she any kind of "prodigy" in the music world, and as for a "talented lyricist? first of all...she didn't write any of the songs without the help of a professional writer and secondly, TALENTED LYRICIST?! Sure, the girl has a voice, but other than that she's lacking. And as for being punk rock, punk rock isn't about dickies and chuck taylors, it's not about clothes, it's about music. Avril may not dance half naked with albino burmese pythons but she certainly isn't any bigger or better than britney spears just because she likes to consider herself "punk".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    it was okay!

    it waz pretty good.i could tell u why but im 2 lazy 2 type.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You gotta get this!

    Avril was great! She's an awesome singer with awesome songs! it's not that angry girl music or pop music, but a great middle to those!! i seriously reccomend this CD to you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Analysis of Avril

    Avril is definitely doing her own thing. She has her own interesting image that's not slutty like other female singers in particular...Britney cough cough. She is using her own talent to sell, rather than a sex image. What matters about more in music is what one hears rather than what one sees. She is very unique in her own style, however, some of her songs sound like it has been parly copied from other songs (i.e. Things I'll Never Say, Mobile, I Don't Give A Damn). What's disturbing is the fact that she is a blonde and has blue-eye. Why is it that only the blondes are the ones out there in the music world? I get the impression that she made an easy success due to her pretty face and blonde hair. It's like it's a qualification to have blonde hair to be a famous singer (I heard Britney is a fake blonde and christina Aguilera too). I like the fact that she is a tomboy because it is representative of a lot of us girls nowadays and this makes her even more unique (The only other tomboy that I can think of is Gwen Staffani). She does have an incredible voice; she's so talented that it makes you wonder if it's really her who's actually singing the song. Avril is considered to be a punk. Well, she may have been considered as a punk in her little 5,000 populated small town in CANADA but she does not qualify as a punk in America. The only punkish song that she has in Let Go is Sk8er Boi. Everything else is just something else. There are some songs that are Country music-like (i.e. Things I'll Never Say, I Don't Give A Damn). Her songs are not really typically pop, so her music can not really be compared with other successful female singers, since hers are so different. I believe that she is too soft. Her album can be better if it had some edge in it. She is dressed like a stereotypical rocker girl but none of her songs are representative of her image.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2010

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