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Can't Be Tamed

Miley CyrusAudio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B003K025V4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,360 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Liberty Walks
2. Who Owns My Heart
3. I Can't Be Tamed
4. Every Rose Has Its Thorn
5. Two More Lonely People
6. Forgiveness and Love
7. Permanent December
8. Stay
9. Scars
10. Take Me Along
11. Robot
12. My Heart Beats for Love

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2010 release for the teen actress and Pop sensation. Cyrus worked with a number of producers on the album, including John Shanks. '7 Things' collaborators Tim James and Antonina Armato produced and co-wrote 'Can't Be Tamed', the first single, with the pop star. According to the label, 'Can't Be Tamed' is "a self-empowering song in which Miley asserts that she has to stay true to herself in relationships, and it is sure to become an anthem among her legions of fans around the world."

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Miley all grown up June 24, 2010
By Rebecca
Format:Audio CD
I think this CD is fantastic! Miley is growing up and these songs reflect the stage in life she is currently experiencing. And I love the mixing a lot of these songs have like "Liberty Walk" -- there's definitely a techno/electro/dance feel to a lot of the songs.
I LOVE "Can't Be Tamed." Even though everyone says she wants to be like Britney...I love Britney! Miley does a good job of making it her own song and expressing herself as a young woman.
I also like some more of the slow beat songs like "Stay," "Take Me Along," and "My Heart Beats For Love." If you listen to the lyrics closely, a majority being co-written by Miley, they simply express Miley as an 18-year-old woman dealing with relevant issues, like love.
I think it's a great CD!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing July 7, 2010
Format:Audio CD
I Have no regrets buying this cd. miley has done it again and has proven she is a women. there is no cussing or bad language on this cd but i say i didnt buy it here but its just amazing!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Miley's Growing Up August 6, 2010
By Coastie
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This CD is not for the Hannah Montana crowd, it's got a rough edge and is clearly a wish on her part to bring an end to her link with the blond wig. That said, she might just have a career in the more adult music world if she can distance herself far enough from Hannah, but her core fan base is associated with the character and she probably should have done one more CD like her previous one that got her younger fans use to newer music. Actually looking at the talent in her age group she's probably one of the more talented, and this CD is fine for the young adult fan.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful
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Despite the rather poor reviews I read from the "professional" music critics, whether newspaper or television-based, this CD is anything but a failure in the eyes of this Miley Cyrus fan. Reading the reviews before this album came out left me with a rather negative and concerned vibe upon first sticking this disc in my CD player, but after a single listen I was rather pleased. After a dozen, two dozen, three dozen listens, I felt it would be appropriate to smack the critics aside the head with a frying pan to knock some sense into them, because this album is a strong release, whether or not it follows Miley's Hannah Montana-like pop formula people have come to expect from her.

And that's exactly the thing with this release: it's not Hannah Montana and it's not the music we heard on "Breakout." But it's not, as many people have said, Britney Spears, or any other pop star we've come across. It's still Miley Cyrus. Every song on the album was written, at least in part, by her, and the lyrics do have meaning. While many people see the image on the front cover of the album (or the more eye-catching image on the front of her "Can't Be Tamed" single) and make a snap judgment from it, I don't really feel the cover art is appropriate for what lies within the jewel case. I've heard the word "raunchy" thrown around, but the music is anything but that. I think for the most part this release is fit for many of the children who idolize Miley as Hannah Montana. The album's book has three photos of Miley, beautiful but not really inappropriate to any extent. Parents can check it out and give the disc a listen themselves first though.

There is an even mix of pop and dance beats as well as the ballads in which Miley shows off her true talent.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars guilty pleasure November 14, 2010
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A little of a Guilty Pleasure for sure. I am so out of MILEY's demographic for sure. I am not "in love" with every song on the CD but I work in the middle of the night and most of this CD keeps me moving. I can see a few of these songs on a workout playlist. Not a grammy winning CD but fun non the less
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars just amazing June 21, 2010
By Brigit
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Miley once again proved why Shes an amazing singer. Every song was written by her and you can tell it means something to her. this is a great album for a true music fan. Best Disney star. Without question.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Miley can't and won't ever be tamed October 19, 2013
Format:Audio CD
After successfully transitioning into a more mature sound for her music with her 2009 EP 'The Time Of Our Lives', Miley released her third album (fourth CD overall) 'Can't Be Tamed' in 2010. Instead of continuing with her pop rock sound, she made a dance-pop album with electro and techno qualities, inspired by mainstream artists like Lady Gaga. This was a radical change from her old sound, but it wasn't bad at all, as she was able to experiment more with different sounds, delivering dance anthems like 'Who Owns My Heart' or electronic ballads like her cover of 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn'. According to her label, the album was a natural progression for Miley, but she later said that she's not being inspired by her sound and that she's hoping this is her last pop album. She also recently stated that now, over 3 years after this album's release, she feels completely disconnected from it. Despite all of these statements she's made, I think this album was important for her career, as all of her previous ones were and as her new one called 'Bangerz' is, as all of them were a part of her transition from a teen pop star to a dance-pop superstar. I love all of Miley's music, and I don't think she should be ashamed of her old music or regret making it, 'cause in the end it's the reason why she's relevant today. Here's my track-by-track review of this album:

1. Liberty Walk - The album's first track. The perfect album opener for this album, as Miley conceptually portrays herself as a untamed independent woman. This song is an empowerment dance-pop anthem, with electronic heavy production with many synths and alarms. I love this song, it's basically a song about freedom and not relying on other people, a subject-matter that Miley constantly talks about in her music.
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Amazing!
I'm with you, Jude. Am so loving all of the songs which really show her maturity and growth as an artist. I like her cover of "Every Rose Has its Thorn".
Jun 28, 2010 by A. Kakuda |  See all 3 posts
Best Disney star ever!
Miley Cyrus without a doubt - Disney brought out many stars over the last decades and since im almost in my 30's i can look back to many of 'em.

Some prevailed some faded rather fast, its a come and go - However Miley broke records meant to be unbreakable and Disney will cry a river once she's... Read More
Jun 22, 2010 by Denis |  See all 6 posts
Embarassment to music!
Never have I heard a more false statement. Like Bridget said, if you h ate her why comment on her page?
Jun 21, 2010 by Doll-ar |  See all 9 posts
Miley's new CD title Can't Be Tamed is cracking me up!
why is the title so funny? um, no 17 year old can be tamed....in case you havent noticed. miley is really not too different than any other 17 year old, only shes singing. there are millions of teens out there doing FAR WORSE things than her. he should be proud of miley. shes very mentally strong.... Read More
Jun 10, 2010 by Danny337 |  See all 11 posts
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