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Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing 2007
 

Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing 2007

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EXCELLENT NEW ALBUM - INCLUDING "GIRLFRIEND" AND "WHEN YOU'RE GONE".

Track listing

1. Girlfriend
2. I Can Do Better
3. Runaway
4. Best Damn Thing
5. When You're Gone
6. Everything Back But You
7. Hot
8. Innocence
9. I Don't Have To Try
10. One Of Those Girls
11. Contagious
12. Keep Holding On



Album notes
Personnel: Avril Lavigne (vocals); Lukasz Gottwald (guitar, piano, bass guitar); Butch Walker (guitar, bass guitar, programming); Tim Pierce, Greg Suran (guitar); Paul Bushnell (bass guitar); Stevo, Abe Laboriel Jr., Josh Freese, Kenny Aronoff (drums); Deryck Whibley, Travis Barker.Recording information: Mixstar, Virginia Beach, VA; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, California; Dr. Luke's New York, NY; Ocean Way, Hollywood, California.BEST DAMN THING is the third full-length from pop chart upstart Avril Lavigne and shows the artist has lost none of the cheeky, bratty rock edge that put the singer on the map. The album's lead-off single, "Girlfriend," a bouncy pop-punk romp driven by pell-mell energy and a naggingly catchy chorus, is a case in point. "Girlfriend" kicks off the 12-song set with a bang, telling the listener in no uncertain terms that the album is going to be a fast, fun, high-octane ride.Whereas Lavigne's sophomore release, UNDER MY SKIN, showed a more reflective side of the singer, BEST DAMN THING doesn't waste time navel-gazing or brooding about relationships gone wrong. Instead the album revels in punchy, uncomplicated pop delivered with a teenaged sneer (and a few well-placed curse words to keep the parents on their toes). Lavigne still seems a ways off from fully exploring her "mature" side, but this batch of energetic tunes is all the better for it. The best teen pop thrives on good hooks and youthful, devil-may-care attitude, and that's exactly what Lavigne delivers.
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