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LOL, Fefe didn't copy Avril...

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Initial post: Jun 18, 2006 11:05:56 AM PDT
S. Becker says:
Fefe had been trying to get a record deal since she was 15, and had kept true to her style she has now. Fefe's album actually has meaning and includes issues that are important to her. Avril really had no reason to be punk or rock, she wasn't before she made the album, and is basically a poser. Through high school Fefe had been always been told she wasn't listening to the right music, but she knew thats what she wanted, and she stuck with it. For all of those who can't tell the different needs to get their perscription checked because Fefe is the real thing, not some cheap knock off.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 14, 2006 4:33:09 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 14, 2006 4:33:44 AM PDT
Shin Skeptic says:
Fefe might have been trying to do this since high-school, but whatever... you don't know for sure that her style has stayed the same. And truth is Fefe doesn't have any reason to be punk or rock, because her music is POP thank u very much. Like one of the reviewers said out on the main page: she's a sugar-free, chocolate covered Avril Lavinge. That's Fefe to a tee!!!
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