I didn't listen to Warrior with the expectation of any musical epitome or to hear some originality. As a pop album, it's okay, with most of the songs falling into the catchy-but-forgettable category. I think one of the biggest monstrosities on this album was "Dirty Love." Poor lyrics, poor everything, despite it featuring Iggy Pop. rOthers may disagree, but Ke$ha (or should I say Kesha now?) knows her audience and for the most part stays true to her persona with the dirty-glitter-white-girl-wasted pop-rap on this album. r
Fun album. Massive improvement from and wider variety than on Animal and Cannibal and apparently she's a rdecent belter. It's not the pop revolution she claimed it'd be, but I don't think anyone really believed that was rcoming, anyway. She should probably try to work with people other than Dr. Luke on her next album, though.
There's something about her absurdity that keeps me from hating her. Albums pretty cool when it's not being retarded. There are a few moments on the album where Ke$ha takes a backseat and Kesha actually, y'know, acts like a normal person. Then there are songs inspired by spiritual erotic experiences and what-not, but this is Ke$ha we're talking about.