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klap
Staff Reviewer
September 30th 2009



9982 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

awesome first review, i need to get this. pos

qwe3
September 30th 2009



21154 Comments


would do her. pos

gasmaskman
September 30th 2009



1006 Comments


all my friends say she's a "female owl city"

I guess I see the similarities but Lights>>>>Owl City IMO

Groink
September 30th 2009



761 Comments


The only reason I'm going to give this a listen is the fact that she is so smoking hot..

Beauville88
September 30th 2009



209 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Maybe I'll just retire now as UNDEFEATED CHAMPION OF THE WORLD!!!!

...but seriously, thanks for all the compliments.

qwe3
September 30th 2009



21154 Comments


im listening to it so when i meet her i can say "i heard your album" and she will do me

chocola
September 30th 2009



266 Comments


Good idea. That's exactly what happens to me after I listen to any album

chocola
September 30th 2009



266 Comments


Got that shit on repeat

qwe3
September 30th 2009



21154 Comments


worked for me

P13
September 30th 2009



1327 Comments


There is a mistake in the second paragraph
"Lights's"

AlexTM510
September 30th 2009



1396 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

good review

solid album despite the repeats

Digging: Daniel Blomquist - measureless oceans of space

mvdu
September 30th 2009



594 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Congrats, this is a very well written review! As a pop fan myself, I need to get this. I'm sure I wouldn't find it a tedious listen; something catchy like this usually isn't for me.

Beauville88
October 1st 2009



209 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

There is a mistake in the second paragraph
"Lights's"


If a name ends in an "s", then it's still appropriate to add the " 's " at the end to show possession. Of course, you would never see "Lights's" to show possession because it's a plural noun and not a name, thus normally being "Lights' " but since it is a name in this context, I had to put "Lights's".

Isn't the English language a tricky son of a gun?

P13
October 1st 2009



1327 Comments


ugh, english

aftertherain
October 4th 2009



3 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

@gasmaskman: that's what I thought too lol. maybe they should collaborate or something.

I'm thinking of purchasing the album (along w/Muse's, "The Resistance" and maybe Metric's "Fantasies" too) sometime this week after sampling it through uTorrent. I have this love-and-hate relationship with the Pop genre and I think it's not that bad although I do see the repetitious lyrical-inspirations in there. But when I think of it, I remember Britney Spears' debut from '99 and it's so one-sided. That's hardcore Pop right there, to me Lights seems more of a promising talent. She co-wrote this whole thing and had a big part in it even the art cover. Did Britney even contributed anything in her first release? I could care less about the image (that's something both the artists share here) but I think I'm inclined to give this one on Lights cause' I also dig electronica stuff (in this case, she's Synthpop?) than the conventional Pop sound.

DiceMan
October 8th 2009



7068 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

She should multitask and do pron+music. Or musical pron.

toyour
October 17th 2009



95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

great review.

cirq
November 15th 2009



9257 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teWZcuBQjQA&feature=player_embedded


shes cute

Jips
November 16th 2009



1127 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"she has legally changed her name to what I can only guess is her favourite plural noun"

Pos for this...

listening to her soon...

bloc
November 16th 2009



34489 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

tbh, i've heard her singing acoustics in her youtube channel, she sounds great.

Digging: Gamma Ray - Empire of the Undead



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