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The Best Damn Thing (Deluxe Edition with DVD)


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  • Audio CD (April 17 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000OCXF0Q
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,691 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Deluxe Limited Edition

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The first clue to the sound of Avril Lavigne's third CD, The Best Damn Thing, comes in the form of her kickoff single, "Girlfriend," which is filled with singing, clapping, and cheerleader-style chanting. The song is quite a sonic contrast to her previous disc, Under My Skin, which was considered to be Lavigne's more mature follow-up to her 16 million-selling debut CD, Let Go. Like that debut, The Best Damn Thing will be largely and deeply embraced by teenage girls, and is packed with songs that will create enthusiastic sing-alongs in concert. There are a handful of numbers that will appeal to a wider audience; "Innocence" and disc closer "Keep Holding On" would both fit perfectly in a Gray's Anatomy episode, while the sultry message and solid harmonies in "Hot" will appease ears of many ages. Lavigne's husband, Sum 41 frontman Deryk Whibley makes an appearance as producer and instrumentalist on a handful of tracks; their union, however, seems to have bred more than love. "I Don't Have to Try" and "Everything Back But You" both have a frenetic pace and chorus that is so eerily Sum-like that if they weren't married, a copyright lawsuit might ensue. That aside, the record oscillates between lyrically acerbic fare ("One of Those Girls," "I Can Do Better") and fluffy sugar-pop melodies ("Contagious," "The Best Damn Thing") delivering far more spunk rock than punk rock. --Denise Sheppard --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By WriterGrl on June 10 2007
Format: Audio CD
I'm really disappointed in Avril Lavigne in this album. It seems like she's gone from a tough, independant girl to someone who plays with boys and calls it self-respect. I loved "Let Go" and "Under My Skin". Sure, "The Best D--- Thing" has very catchy songs, I'll admit that. And I do love to sing along to them. But the only songs that I like that seem to have a positive attitude are "Keep Holding On" and "Innocence"...since they were both available on iTunes by themselves, there was no reason to buy the entire CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JC on April 17 2007
Format: Audio CD
Why would anyone buy the regular (clean) edition when they could get this deluxe edition w/dvd and explicit lyrics? This edition is the way to go with this album, which is fantastic! Every song is a lot of fun, incredibly catchy, and I love the cheerleader-esque vibe of a lot of the songs. It seems like the only weak link here is Keep Holding On (which I like also, but its just so cheesy). Anyone looking for a more grown up and mature Avril should look elsewhere, you won't like this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vader on Aug. 10 2007
Format: Audio CD
Avril Lavigne has scored with an impressive album. Keep Holding On is one of the best ballads on the album. When You're Gone is hauntingly beautiful and my only problem with this album is the loud single, Girlfriend, which managed reached #1 on the singles chart. It is a brilliant album from beginning to end and my only problem with this album is the song, Girlfriend.
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By Dave_42 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 7 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you like the song "Girlfriend" a lot, and I mean a whole lot, then the limited edition CD+DVD of "The Best Damn Thing" from Avril Lavigne is probably for you. Out of the 17 tracks on the CD, three of them are versions of "Girlfriend", and if that isn't enough, then you will also have three video versions on the DVD. For me, this was much too much in the way of "Girlfriend". No doubt it has a catchy tune and the cheerleader like cadence to it is somewhat appealing; but the lyrics are juvenile and mean spirited. I am sure there are many who like this piece, given how much airtime it received, but for me it is only so-so. The lyrics might have been okay when Avril Lavigne was 17 and fresh on the scene, but a 22-year-old should have put high-school behind her. This leaves me with a rather mixed reaction to the song, and that carries over to the whole CD+DVD set as well.

"The Best Damn Thing" is Avril Lavigne's third album, and was released on April 17th of 2007. The opening track is the aforementioned "Girlfriend", though since it is the "Mature" version it includes some rougher language than what one sometimes hears on the radio. The second track is "I Can Do Better" and the obvious retort is that she definitely can (and fortunately does) do better, starting with the very next track. "Runaway" is where the album begins for me; it is the kind of song you want to hear from her, and it makes the listener remember how nice it was to finally hear some pop music with a rock base to it as opposed to the dance oriented offerings of so many others., "The Best Damn Thing", and "When You're Gone" are two more strong tracks which help make the opening two pieces a distant memory. This brings us to "Everything Back but You".
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Format: Audio CD
It's been just over a year since Avril Lavigne's third album "The Best Damn Thing" hit the shelves, and although it didn't settle too well with some old-school Avril fans, it definitely is filled with the familiar Avril in your face power pop with catchy lyrics and fast guitar riffs.

This bonus edition, featuring two b-sides that never made the final cut "Alone" and "I Will Be" are BOTH amazing songs. It's a shame they never made the final cut. "Alone" is Avril in her prime, has a bit more angst to it compared to the rest of her album. It would've fit perfectly on either of her previous albums.

"I Will Be" is now made popular by female pop sensation Leona Lewis. However, being as Avril was the original writer of the song. She released her own version for her fans. It's definitely more preferable than Lewis' version. She seemed to have overdone it, while Avril kept it "Avrilized" and sounds a bit more sincere with it.

Its kind of like the whole Dolly Parton/Whitney Houston fiasco with "I Will Always Love You"

One sings it from the heart, the other sings it to show off vocal capacity. I prefer the first choice.

The bonus DVD is a nice add on. Although I think they should've waited and put the music video for The Best Damn Thing on it as well.

The only downside to this album is the Girlfriend Remix featuring Lil Mama. No matter how much I love Avril, I will always cringe at that.

Oh, and the bonus acoustic version of I Can Do Better is awesome. Im waiting for the day Avril releases all her acoustic versions of songs into one album.
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Format: Audio CD
After the maturing of Avril, I expected golden tracks. However, it feels as if the Avril we knew was gone. I am more than okay with change, since I love Madonna and she changes all the time. But unlike Madonna, it doesn't feels as if Avril changed and matured. Instead, she started over again, and it just doesn't impress.

Album Cover: 2.5/5
This album cover is... strange. The background does not fit with the logo, and Avril's clothes make her look like a clown. Her expression suggests major photoshop gone wrong, but the logo is excellent.

1. Girlfriend: 4/5
Anyone who thinks this song is not catchy is lying, but Avril message, the one where the more beautiful girls get everything, is killing the self-esteem of growing girls everywhere. Also, the lyrics sound immature and it almost sounds exactly like "I Want To Be Your Boyfriend", which goes "Hey/Hey/You/You/I want ti be your boyfriend". Similar, eh?

2. I Can Do Better: 2.5/5
The first few listens are okay, but then it gets annoying and bitchy, which is not very good.

3. Runaway: 3/5
This is better than ICDB, but it still gets annoying fast.

4. The Best Damn Thing: 2/5
I am yawning as I listen to this song. Full of cheerleading shouts and screams, this will not appeal to anyone but pre-teen girls.

5. When You're Gone: 3.5/5
This is a very well-crafted ballad, and the piano is awesome, but Avril gets shouty in the bridge of the song that makes me have a major headache. This would sound a lot better if someone else sang it.

6. Everything Back But You: 2/5
Yelling, screaming, fighting, etc.

7. Hot: 3/5
Auto-tuned vocals, great beat, okay lyrics and a great melody with cheesy lyrics. YAWN.

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