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Cannibal

Ke$ha

Cannibal

Reviews

  • Currently 2.3333333333333335/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 9

Language: English

Total size: 73.40 Mb

Year: 2010

Total price: $1.08


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$0.12
320
03:14
7.41 Mb
2
$0.12
320
03:25
7.81 Mb
3
$0.12
320
03:26
7.85 Mb
4
$0.12
320
03:40
8.39 Mb
5
$0.12
320
03:59
9.11 Mb
6
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320
02:50
6.5 Mb
7
$0.12
320
03:29
7.97 Mb
8
$0.12
320
03:45
8.6 Mb
9
$0.12
320
04:16
9.77 Mb


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When Ke$ha first released her hit single Tik Tok back in 2009, She had people excited over something fun, which they hadn't heard for a while. Her electro-pop music with its cheerful synths and catchy tunes often had folks of all ages singing along. Around few months later, she released the album animal presenting a no-care, just have fun attitude. Just a few months later, she then released her album Cannibal. Cannibal stays true to ke$ha's style of music with its catchy synths and lyrics, but she comes off as a slut with no sympathy for anyone. Most of the songs are about partying and sex, and isn't the most uplifting music, but, fun to listen to nonetheless. Just make sure to wear headphones around more sensitive peoples.
Decent, however pretty inappropriate for such young people.
Most of the songs contain her saying "Oh-oh-oh-ooohh", which becomes repetitively annoying. You can barely hear her actual voice since most of it is auto-tuned. I can't believe that she has such a reputation even after this matter of time. What else is that most of the lyrics are slutty, and typically include usage of drugs. I have seen 12 year old girls literally singing these lyrics over and over. I'm afraid if this will influence them in an extremely negative way. I don't really recommend this.
I cannot believe that Ke$ha is still famous. After a crappy debut, Animal, she comes up with a new EP with a similar name, Cannibal. This album has some of more recent songs, including the gay suicide inspired We R Who We R. This EP presents nothing new for Ke$ha, just the same kinds of songs on Animal. The hit track off of the EP, We R Who We R, was inspired from many of the suicides of people who were found to be homosexual. The song emphasizes how homosexuals did not choose to be homosexual, and how they were always like that. Although I agree with the message, I feel that she is coming off as insensitive in this song. The song is also unbearably repetitive with the chorus lyrics being “Tonight we're going hard hard-ha-ha-ha-hard/Just like the world is ours-ours-r-r-r-ours/We're tearin' it apart-part-pa-pa-pa-part/You know we're superstars/We r who we r!/We're dancing like we're dumb-dumb-da-da-da-dumb/Our bodies going numb-numb-nu-nu-nu-numb/We'll be forever young-young-yu-yu-yu-young/You know we're superstars/We r who we r!”. Her extreme and unnecessary use of skipping vocals makes this song that much crappier. As usual, her rapping in the EP is mediocre and annoying as hell, and continues to employ weak and overall bad rhymes (serious/delirious). She still continues using text speech in song titles (We R Who We R and C U Next Tuesday) like how she did in Animal (Tik Tok and Kiss n Tell). The bare fact that she was too lazy to write decent song titles with correct spelling should be a telling sign in this album. She didn’t even write the songs herself, and had many other songwriters involved. Heck, why write your songs if you can just as easily use your millions of dollars to hire someone to do it for you? This album by the slutty pop star Ke$ha is another piece of crap that the media decided to release with her. I do not recommend this album to anyone with half of a quarter of an eighth of a brain to start with.

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