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2010 debut album from the American singer/songwriter who achieved fame as featured vocalist on Flo Rida's hit single 'Right Round'. Animal was executive produced by Dr. Luke (Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, and Avril Lavigne) and includes collaborations with producers Max Martin and Benny Blanco. The album's first smash single, 'TiK ToK', has had TV placements in the Project Runway promo spots, Melrose Place and So You Think Can Dance.
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  • Audio CD (January 5, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: January 5, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 46 minutes
  • ASIN: B002XNEII2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (237 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ke$ha, `the girl' from Flo Rida's "Right Round," releases an album of her own in early 2010 very similar in theme to that of Lene Alexandra's, for those who are familiar with her. It's an album which exudes a crystal clear persona and message through its lyrics and the performer behind them, and what it exudes is guaranteed to garner a plethora of negative critical response, scowls and gasps of shock from critics and parents alike. Briefly after its release, `Animal' is already boasting a #1 lead single (the most downloaded single of the year, in fact), a so-far-unreleased album cut ("Blah Blah Blah") shooting to #2 on the iTunes Top Charts and a #1 spot on the iTunes Top Albums Charts (which will inevitably lead to a #1 spot on Billboard); with all this, however, came an overload of predominantly negative critic reviews. So in essence, what we'd assume to have on our hands here is a musical version of Transformers 2. Unlike Transformers 2, however, Ke$ha's album is in fact fun and enjoyable, albeit vapid and free of substance.

The persona so many critics (and likely flabbergasted adults) are appalled with is the promiscuous, binge drinking partier Ke$ha plays on a large majority of her debut. Virtually every track brings mention of guzzling booze, screwing boys, and/or partying `til you projectile vomit. The recurring theme Ke$ha ultimately seems to be trying to push here is role reversal, essentially making a point to exude the stereotypically male attitude and mindset throughout her songs. `Just turn around boy, let me hit that, don't be a little b*tch with your chit-chat, just show me where your d*ck's at' she orders on one track, while another finds her repeatedly calling a male ex-lover a slut.
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There was a time, you may recall, when pop music and dance music were two separate things; when it didn't pander to the lowest common denominator; when pop stars were actually artists and not just fashion models with voices. Not today, though. Today it seems as if the mainstream music, money-making machine chooses style over substance almost always. Ke$ha is no exception to this trend. Her music, while containing a few catchy songs (such as the suddenly everywhere, "TiK ToK"), doesn't really bring anything new or exciting to the music world. As such, Animal, is definitely not an album to purchase as a whole, but one to pick apart and download; again, a trend that has only grown more prevalent over time.

Around a month ago, I'm spending time with friends when one girl starts playing "TiK ToK." I immediately dismiss it as crap, not to mention a stylistic rip-off of Paris-based, Uffie (granted, not an Owl City-Postal Service sized rip-off, but enough for me to notice). A week later, I'm severely inebriated at The Beach, a club on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, when the song once again starts playing. Without me even knowing, the song hooked me; so much so that a few days later I'm downloading the song on iTunes and declaring it the best mainstream female pop song since Britney Spears' "Toxic." What "TiK ToK" has going for it is its amazing production, an infectious chorus, well-written melody, and enough edge to make it sound fresh. It is a great cog in the machine, and according to the end of '09's pop charts, I'm not alone in this assessment.

Unfortunately, the large majority of Animal plays things by the book. Sounding more Rihanna than Gaga, Ke$ha's debut is full of a lot of tracks that mimic every other pop song from the last 5 years.
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Let's go straight to the track list, shall we? (Oh, by the way... I mention "vocoder" a number of times in this review, but it could also mean "auto-tune." My ears aren't still used to the difference between the two.)

Your Love Is My Drug - Nice, but it's something that Katy Perry would sing.

Tik Tok - I love this one.

Take It Off - Oh, please, don't start a song with heavy vocoder!! And there's that unimpressive hook.

Kiss N Tell - Filler alert!!!

Stephen - Techno bubble gum. I don't mind bubble gum, but this song would've been more interesting if they upped the Latin flavor a bit more, or at least used more "normal" instruments.

Blah Blah Blah - Heavy vocoder alert!!! Sounds like a filler. I don't know why they released it as a single.

Hungover - This would make a great third single, because it's slower than most of the other songs, and I love the hook. (It reminds me of Katy Perry's "Lost," but it's still nice.)

Party at a Rich Dude's House - It's got an 80s thing about it, which is interesting, so it gets "second single" status for me. That is... if you don't mind the inanity of the lyrics.

Backstabber - A bit of big band and 80s flair here... a bit. It's otherwise mind-numbing.

Blind - Not a "party" song, but an angry "you'll miss me" song. It's got single potential, a good fifth in my book.

Dinosaur - Yes, the song starts with the roar of a ... dinosaur! Here, she berates a senior citizen who's hitting on her. Let's bury this one.

Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - Again, it starts with heavy vocoder. *sigh* Nothing impressive here. A waste of song title, really.

Boots and Boys - I hope this song is not representative of her target audience.
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