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Mr. Know It All

From the Album Mr. Know It All
September 5, 2011 | Format: MP3

$1.29
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3:52
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 5, 2011
  • Release Date: September 5, 2011
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Duration: 3:52 minutes
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  • ASIN: B005JF2S60
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,525 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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With the summer season at an end, it's time for the Fall breakout hit. This may be one. This is one of her strongest efforts to date, with an excellent hook and beat, and very well produced. With With many other top female artists albums being a little older now, She should shine now with her own. While people put her down because of her Idol Days, she has consistantly been one of the most successfull, (with Carrie Underwood). Her selling power as American Idol winner no longer matters, she is earning it on her own now as a true music star. The American audience has voted, she is one of the best.
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This is a powerful performance from Kelly and worth 10 times the price.
Her voice has never sounded better, and the music moves along sweetly.
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Super song, super artist. A powerhouse voice; I hope some songs send out the message to girls that it is OK to be strong and be your own person. Stand up for yourself and what you believe in; have our own identity.
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Everyone who knows me knows how incredibly eager I have been for new Kelly Clarkson music since wearing out her previous effort "All I Ever Wanted" (her song "Don't Let Me Stop You" has scored 132 plays and counting on my iTunes). I search Google news for Kelly daily, and have been tracking the progress of the new album since its infancy. This is all to say that my expectations for this song were impossibly high. The weekend before her live webcast to debut the single, a demo version of the track leaked online, so I broke my rule to wait for the official release and gave it a listen. My first impression was a rather negative one, but that's how I feel upon listening to all of her work for the first time. Like all of Kelly's songs, this one just got better with each successive spin. I found the song a bit sleepy and formulaic (much like "Already Gone" in that sense). The ubiquitous comparisons to Bruno Mars's "Just the Way You Are" are entirely warranted; the drum track is resoundingly similar to Mars's song. However, I see the merit in mimicking his style, given the landscape of pop music today. Because Kelly is not a Gaga, Ke$ha, or Britbot, heavily produced dance artist, it is smart for her team to steer her toward a style that has had recent success with a more nuanced sound. The R&B flavor of this song dates back to Kelly's Idol and "Thankful" days, and it is difficult to stifle a sassy finger-wave or snap while singing along. That sassy swagger is Kelly's signature; even though this track isn't a guitar-heavy break-up song expected of a lead single, it still delivers that same girl-power punch. I appreciate her ability to defy the audience's expectations and completely own any avenue she decides to pursue.Read more ›
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By NidiaB on September 23, 2011
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Kelly is back on the pop charts, and now, she is sounding more natural and live than ever. Her voice on this song is amazing, no over-compression and none of that auto-tune used all too frequently on today's hits. It is basically a mid-tempo jam, with a bit of attitude and a solid hook. This song is feisty, and plays to Kelly's persona... but it has a bit of soul mixed into the groove, and I love how she uses her voice to advance the rythym and beat of the song. Although not as immediately catchy as one of her pop-rock, guitar driven anthems, this is a grower and a total ear-worm. I love it!! The more I hear this, the more it sticks in my brain, and forces me to listen again! Welcome back to the charts Kelly, we deserve to listen to a real vocalist and artist when we turn our radios onto top-40 stations!
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i was one of the millions who bought this solely because she made a positive comment about Ron Paul and we took her from like number ten to number one on the Amazon sales chart. She had some loyal fans she lost but she gained about a few million more.

I am a new fan too.
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Definitely a hard hittN song that I am sure tells it straight from Kelly Clarkson's heart. Kelly is wayyyyy more than folks sometimes take her for - and she is telling us that. Don't take Kelly lightly. Love her voice, her swagger, her sounds.
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Kelly is 100% talent, beautiful voice with raw emotion. Never disappoints! Kelly can be counted on to move music forward, never dull, always unexpected. This girl can sing the phone book...LOL...and make it interesting. Love you, Kelly!
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