Saturday, October 13, 2012

Avril Lavigne "Let Go" Pop Music CD Review

I can describe the latest release from Pop sensation Avril Lavigne for you with just one word... Outstanding!

Avril Lavigne has been a heavy hitter in the Pop genre for quite a while now and Let Go is an excellent illustration as to why.

Let Go is a nicely varied, mix of 13 tracks that are very well written songs by this clearly gifted artist. With many of the songs displaying a lot of the kind emotion that makes for a really great listen. Seemingly drawing from what I can only imagine are her own real life experiences. At different points touching on the most real emotions of love, heartbreak, pain, failed relationships and unattainable romance. They're all here.

Listen to this CD and I believe you'll find there's not much to dis-like about it. The songs are inspired, the production is simply outstanding, and Avril Lavigne's voice is in top form. If you're even mildly into Pop music you'll enjoy this album.

While this entire album is really very good some of my favorites are track 1, Losing Grip, track 4, I'm With You, track 9, Things I'll Never Say.

My SmoothLee Bonus Pick, and the one that got Sore [ in "Stuck On REpeat"] is track 8, Anything But Ordinary. Great track!

Let Go Release Notes:

Avril Lavigne originally released Let Go on Jun 04, 2002 on the Arista Records label.

CD Track List Follows:

1. Losing Grip

2. Complicated

3. Sk8er Boy

4. I'm With You

5. Mobile

6. Unwanted

7. Tomorrow

8. Anything But Ordinary

9. Things I'll Never Say

10. My World

11. Nobody's Fool

12. Too Much To Ask

13. Naked

Personnel: Avril Lavigne (vocals, guitar); Evan Taubenfeld (guitar); Mark Spicoluk (bass); Matthew Brann (drums). Producers: Clif Magness, The Matrix, Curt Frasca, Peter Zizzo.

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