Sorry For Party Rocking (Amazon Exclusive Version)

June 21, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Label: Will I Am / Interscope / Party Rock / Cherrytree
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  • Total Length: 43:06
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  • ASIN: B005636HPS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,288 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Only a few good songs on this album.
Tech Guy Training
Buy it for good music or just a workout cd.
Tammy D. Plummer
Fun music, great for parties and dancing.
Julian Hammett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Chris on July 19, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I decided to pick this CD Up after a listening to a few of the songs on iTunes. I liked what I heard despite the terrible critic reviews, and I really liked it.
1. Rock The Beat: N/A
2. Sorry For Party Rocking: 4/5 This is a catchy tune with some genuinely funny parts. It gets repetitive after a while, but its still a good song.
3. Party Rock Anthem: 5/5 If you haven't heard this song a million times by now, you don't listen to music. This song is everywhere, and for a good reason. The lyrics are absolute generic bull crap. But it works and the beat is very catchy.
4. Sexy and I Know It: 5/5 Probably my favorite track on the record. The beginning part is absolutely hilarious "This is how I roll, animal print pants outta control" Haha! Anyways, the little dance beat thing that's in all of their songs is probably the best on the CD (exceptions to the "Wiggle" part)
5. Champagne Showers: 3/5 Probably the low point of the CD, and for one main reason, the chick they decided to feature in it. Its a good song other than that, they just auto-tuned that chick way too much for it to be any good.
6. One Day: 5/5 This is one of those songs that they had "#1 Hit" in mind when they wrote it. It deserves it too, its a catchy song, and very mainstream.
7. Take It To The Hole: 3/5 Ugghh, this beat is terrible, probably right there with Champagne Showers. Not a good song.
8. Best Night: 4/5 This was a good song, I didn't like will.i.am though. Generic overall, not fantastic or anything.
9. All Night Long: 4/5 Another great filler song. Nothing spectacular about it though.
10. With You: 4/5 This probably the weirdest beat I've ever heard. For better or worse.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jolanar on August 26, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
LMFAO is definitely on to something really fun. After listening to their hit single and really awesome music video for Party Rock Anthem (recommend everyone check it out on youtube) and their other really fun music videos I decided to buy the CD. Unfortunately aside from their really good singles there is only a couple of other songs on the CD that are up to the same quality level. None of the bonus songs on this special edition are particularly good either.

Still a great band, and I don't regret buying the CD. I just wish the other songs were less interchangeable. I look forward to their future music.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. VINE VOICE on July 14, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Can LMFAO really be serious? Probably not, but the group's sophomore effort Sorry for Party Rocking surprisingly works, despite its ludicrous conception. Sure, it won't be recounted as as the classic album of 2011, but in a market that is so fixed on the `latest trend,' Sorry for Party Rocking's infectious, stupid, club-savvy nature works in its favor. After all, if the Black Eyed Peas and 3OH!3 can thrive off of the `stupid,' why can't LMFAO. Honestly, Sorry for Party Rocking trumps the latest efforts by both groups. And face it, with "Mr. Corny" himself will.i.am at the helm as executive producer, wouldn't one expect one of the `stupidest' efforts ever? While some may splurge for the deluxe edition, Sorry for Party Rocking's standard edition is enough for the casual listener, despite it's brief 37 minute duration.

"Rock The Beat II" opens the effort, `intro' style, with captivating production work that comprises of a dizzying array of synths and electronics. The group raps a bit, setting the tone of the album. The title track follows ("Sorry for Party Rocking") with great success. The production is solid and the `party vibe' of the album is overtly conveyed. The chorus is great - well catchy and silly which makes it viable for this effort: "People always say my music's loud/sorry for party rocking..." The #1 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Party Rock Anthem" proceeds, featuring performances by Lauren Bennett and Goonrock. The production is solid, the hook is catchy (despite immaturity), and the cut itself ends up being a `guilty pleasure.' The best line? "Everyday I'm shuffling."

"Sexy And I Know It" is a silly as anything else, but that's the point.
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22 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Kirk D. Colton on November 22, 2011
Format: Audio CD
a product of nepotism and reading "The Manual", I think so. Pretty mindless and dumb record that is "fun". LMFAO call their music "party rock". I call it stupid. I admit to having no sense of humor. However, I have read "The Manual". Thus I understand where LMFAO are coming from. If you don't know what "The Manual" is, how about a brief description:

The Manual (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way) is a 1988 book by The Timelords (Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty), better known as The KLF. It is a tongue-in-cheek step by step guide to achieving a No.1 single with no money or musical skills, and a case study of the duo's UK novelty pop No. 1 "Doctorin' the Tardis"

Stupid hooks: Check. Catchy chorus: Check. Devoid of any musical skills: Check

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Voltaire's Derriere on January 28, 2013
Format: Audio CD
After being deeply offended by the debauchery and gross indecency in group's first album, I gave this album chance because, having read the title, I logically assumed that they were rejecting hedonism and wanton profligacy for a more sensible and moderate lifestyle. But from even a cursory listening it is obvious that these two are not in the least bit contrite for their party rocking ways. For shame. Apology NOT accepted!!!!!
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