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2013 album from the Canadian Pop diva. After selling over 40 million singles and 35 million albums worldwide, envelope-pushing Pop princess Avril Lavigne has returned with her signature sound. Over four studio albums she has had countless platinum singles, #1 albums around the world, and numerous Grammy nominations. Features the singles 'Here's To Never Growing Up' and 'Rock 'n' Roll'.

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listen  1. Rock N Roll [Explicit]Avril Lavigne 3:26$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Here's to Never Growing Up [Explicit]Avril Lavigne 3:34$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  3. 17Avril Lavigne 3:25$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Bitchin' Summer [Explicit]Avril Lavigne 3:30$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  5. Let Me GoAvril Lavigne feat. Chad Kroeger 4:28$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  7. Bad Girl [Explicit]Avril Lavigne feat. Marilyn Manson 2:54$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Hello KittyAvril Lavigne 3:16$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  9. You Ain't Seen Nothin' YetAvril Lavigne 3:13$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen10. Sippin' On SunshineAvril Lavigne 3:29$1.29  Buy MP3 
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  • Audio CD (November 5, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B00F8KIJ2I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Thiago Sardenberg on November 8, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Contrary to what the singles might lead you to believe, "Avril Lavigne", the album, is a big step up for Avril Lavigne, the singer, as it explores different sounds and nuances of Avril's voice and personality.
As a matter of fact, I believe Avril ought to be picking her singles not just because they are commercially viable - I mean, outside her fanbase, who would know that her last album effort, "Goodbye Lullaby", was such a nice, smooth ballad album, when her singles included "What the Hell" (which could've been taken straight out of the poppy "The Best Damn Thing") and the (rather generic) "Smile" - but instead, because they reflect what the album is really like as a whole, its 'soul', if you will.
In the new album, her current single "Let Me Go" may be a better option to do just that than the previous ones; but truth is, there are much stronger songs in the album. Songs like "Give you what you like" and "Bad Girl" stand out particularly because they're so different from Avril's previous efforts, and still, you can surely believe it's her, and not just her faking something she's trying to be. Not only are these songs fresh - thank God! - but they're also really good; "Give you what you like" is actually one of my favorite songs of hers-- ever. And that's saying something! Too bad it never became a single, further reinforcing my point. Most people will never even hear it.
That's not to take credit from other solid songs like "17", "Hush Hush" and "Falling Fast", but these songs are within what you would expect from Avril, she's good at that, we know it. After more than a decade, I'm ready to see what else she's got-- and she's starting to show us.
I have to confess I was a bit worried when "Here's to never going up", the first single off this album, came out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Pellerin on September 7, 2014
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I love this album! Avril Lavigne is very talented. I like to listen to this album when I go for a jog (or anytime!)...she has so much energy! Here's To Never Growing Up!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Thomas W P Slatin on December 23, 2013
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Some of these songs seem to be a bit contrived, as if Avril needed material to simply fill up an entire album. It's clearly not her best album by a long shot. The best song is perhaps Let Me Go. The rest of the album is a mixed grab-bag of random songs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By debrajowebb on December 21, 2013
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There are a variety of song styles on this new album. I love every single song and think this might be her best album yet.
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I've always liked Avril's vibe. Her naive celebration of id is refreshing, clueless but no harm, no foul. Basically id is ambition, but Avril takes the path of indulgence and has a lot of fun along the way. Perhaps rebellion was more real when she was actually a starving artist, not a Bev Hills housewife, but her spirit is unchanged: do or die, whatever. She does pour her heart into it, and her confidence keeps refining her voice, giving it more immediacy and some subtler nuances of expression. So the vibe feels sincere, although being a refined rebel is contradictory. Most fans are drone egos who admire id's shininess, coolness and outrageousness; as it were the highs and lows of ambition, since the median (less clueless) is hardly the rock and roll road to success. Avril provides all that, she loves her fans and they love her music; what's not to love? Is anyone actually learning anything here? Not even close, but what else is new. Egos need icons, id needs avatars, a star is born, nuff said. Still, fun is indeed fun. Girls just wanna, right? Indulgence has many more than 50 shades, but Avril keeps it pretty simple: the rebel who swears, drinks, smokes, enjoys sex, flaunts the law and feels that life is worth singing about. Small town, but classic rock and roll. And it works in the classic girl-vibe way: let's party!; and its corollary: why change a good thing? Hello Kitty makes a billion dollars a year just by having kuwaii. Avril too is filling a need. Just as HK is an industry beneath the surface, Avril also does the hard work. Her stuff is perfectly put together. So a fifth slice of her sincerity is welcome indeed. In a different world Avril would be a different singer, but she would still be very good at it. Meanwhile, GWS, Libra loves you back!
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This is the best Avril album in a long while--maybe her best ever. In fact, I think so. Here, you get every version of Avril. You get the toe-tapping teen anthem (17). You get the defiant, frequently foul-mouthed Princess of Punk (Rock 'n' Roll; Here's to Never Growing Up). You get some things that remind you of her teen affectations in those songs and some others (and talking about her teen affectations, take a look at that awful cover photo...). Well, here's to never growing up, I guess, but that sure isn't all that's here--and by the way, I rather liked those three songs a lot. They are rock with melody, not just noise, something she always did well. There are plenty of toe tappers (You ain't seen nothing yet; Bitchin' Summmer; Sippin' on Sunshine; and some of the aforementioned). You get up tempo ballads (like Hello, Heartache), which straddle the middle of the road.

Then, it changes--as if to say, "I'm still me, I still rock and don't you forget it, but I can do more than that."

There's also a new vision of Avril here. You also get the sultry, sexpot torch singer (Give You What You Like). How is that song not the biggest hit in the country? Too sexy for the prudish, I guess. Our Punk Princess is all grown up! There is the big, lush duet "Let Me Go." Then, there are the sweet, melodic ballads at the end (the charming Falling Fast; the beautiful Hush Hush). This is an Avril that has a direction for the future. She's spreading her wings, brandishing her skills as a songwriter and flexing her muscles as a singer. She's wasn't ever one dimensional, but the mastery of different genres is pretty clear now.

Really, there's only 1 weak song on the whole album--the inane and puerile Hello, Kitty, made for Japan. What in the world was she thinking?
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NOV 5th come soon!
I heard Avril and Chad on Howard Stearn today. I have never followed her music before, I am old enough to be her Mom....but I am pre-ordering this baby. She sang little bits of so many songs on the show including the song she and Chad did together......amazing! Can't wait to own this!
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