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Avril Lavigne, may have changed for the worse?

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"It may be the case ,that to judge her element of what may be perceived as her current quality , you would have to be committed to what would statistically be perceived as her original passage of success of sound."

Comments about how "bad" she has always been may been seen as irrelevant comments by another.

I "discovered" Avril Lavigne several years ago, with her first album. ":)"

As I've possibly perceived "the influence " on my perception of reality her music has had , I shall possibly respond: "Lyrics that were heart felt, had weight to them. Feeling and passion behind her words that meant something, that provoked a heart felt connection to the listener. I wanted to hear her voice, hear what she had to say."

As perceived, as possibly recalled, she always meant what she said and convinced others that she meant it. I may have respected, admired her as a passionate performer who may have convinced others that she meant what she sang.

The 3rd album looks "different". Off the bat you may perceive that the music, performer has greatly changed as the entire "expression, vibe,' the album cover gives off is "different" than the first two albums.

The album starts with the track GirlFriend, which is debate-ably dramatically "different" than her first two albums...

Then I Can Do Better follows....

Anyways, when in the mood, I perceive , may have possibly perceived, that I actually enjoy a few of the tracks on the 3rd album.

Such as,
Runaway
When You're Gone
Innocence
Keep Holding On

All and all, I'm beginning to believe that I may have acted in a way that may be now considered a over reaction. Personally, I do not listen to all the tracks often, but there are a few that "connect" to me.

I am hoping for what I consider her "original" connection drawn to what I may perceive as self, in the 4th album.


GOT TO GET TO WORK!
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  • Avril Lavigne is just another "singer" who has seen the true face of "money" and made her "fortune" by selling her "soul". Now she's doomed to "suck". The end.
  • Doodo, Girlfriend et al was released like 3 years ago or something. Get with the times my man!
  • And at least she still wrote her songs instead of just singing what someone else handed to her.
    You just have to consider that on the album is at least one part where she couldn't hold back laughter any longer...so you know exactly how serious she took her work ;)
  • Where are her rock chick type songs? What happened to them?
  • Doodo do you like any male fronted bands? You seem to only talk about female singers.
  • Irishmile;438220 said:
    Doodo do you like any male fronted bands? You seem to only talk about female singers.
    But dudes ain't got BOOBS, and if they do, it's pretty gross.
  • ^
    It's the Zaandam guy again.

    No, what Irishmile meant is that Doodo only seems to complain about female singers.
  • GaryCXJk;438202 said:
    Where are her rock chick type songs? What happened to them?
    She went from being involved in music, to being involved in the music industry. She's now been bought, and has most likely been pressured into changing. The rock genre (or pop rock or punk rock) doesn't sell as well anymore, so she's been made to change into another generic, girly pop star. That's what happens when artists become successful.
  • Irishmile;438220 said:
    Doodo do you like any male fronted bands? You seem to only talk about female singers.
    Well, I think I like music with some diversity and emotion/ spirit. I think a female voice with metal, rock, punk, gives me that diversity. I always felt like a males voice was typically just too raspy for a song that may have required more depth and feeling.

    I think the hard music may be masculine and then the females voice may have to be feminine in my opinion, making what I would consider a good balance.
  • i like this song.finally she is back.
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