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2011 release, the fourth album from the Canadian Pop diva. Two years in the making, Lavigne worked with longtime collaborators Deryck Whibley, Evan Taubenfeld and Butch Walker, as well as songwriter/producer Max Martin. Lavigne continues to share her personal experiences through her writing and music, and Goodbye Lullaby is a further evolution of this, propelled by a more raw and organic sound.
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As great of a piece of work this is, it's more than likely going to get overshadowed. It seems like it came a bit late, being as Kesha and Lady Gaga have influenced top 40 to the point that people probably forget what an acoustic guitar or piano even sound like.
Goodbye Lullaby sticks to what Avril does best, writing sincere honest lyrics, reminiscent to her "Under My Skin" days. Yes, some are a little clumsy, but that is part of what makes Avril adorable and keeps her as a house hold name. What more, she is showing growth.
When one approaches Goodbye Lullaby, they have to take it for what it is. Avril has always had two things which have drawn audiences over the last ten years: her voice and her lyrics. While neither of these may be outstanding, they are unique. They both have such a genuine feel to them that people can sit, listen, and afterwards, realize: someone out there cares.
Songs like "Everybody Hurts", and "Darlin", reveal that familiarity one has with Avril's lyrics, life doesn't go as planned, stuff happens, it's okay to wallow in it for a while. But we have to pull through on it, and we have each other to help out.
Other tracks, like "Not Enough" and "Remember When" have the key angst and heartbreak which Avril can nail straight to the heart. They are both very powerful, as she sings with so much emotion you will have goosebumps running down your back as you imagine her pounding on the piano and belting out her frustration and sadness. Probably the best two tracks on the album.
Another interesting track which caught my eye was "Stop Standing There". It has a very easy going, indie feel to it.Read more ›
Unfortunately by the time I opened it, too late to return
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Ce CD/DVD est super. En plus des chansons de la version originale, l'édition spéciale contient des version acoustiques et instrumentales très... Read morePublished 1 month ago by martin lebeau
The album is Avril`s 4th instalment in her career. Also the best to this point. Lyrics and sound are much more mature and catchy. I dont have one complaint. Avril is the best. Read morePublished on March 22 2011 by Christian Verona
Avril is back and with an album that is a departure from her past albums, but more reminiscent of Under My Skin. Read morePublished on March 11 2011 by miss1030