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4.2 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Aug. 24 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B003L77TZI
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,800 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Teenage Dream - Katy Perry
2. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) - Katy Perry
3. California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) - Katy Perry
4. Firework - Katy Perry
5. Peacock - Katy Perry
6. Circle The Drain - Katy Perry
7. The One That Got Away - Katy Perry
8. E.T. - Katy Perry
9. Who Am I Living For? - Katy Perry
10. Pearl - Katy Perry
11. Hummingbird Heartbeat - Katy Perry
12. Not Like The Movies - Katy Perry
13. California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) (Passion Pit Main Mix)- Katy Perry
14. Teenage Dream (Kaskade Club Remix) - Katy Perry

Product Description

EXPLICIT. 2010 sophomore album from the American Pop princess. After scoring four smash singles off her five million elling 2008 debut album One of the Boys, two-time Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Katy Perry returns with her second album Teenage Dream. Featuring the world record breaking summer smash 'California Gurls' (with Snoop Dogg). EMI.


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Format: LP Record
This is a beautiful peace of vinyl. Not only is the music out standing, the vinyl is a candy white! This is one of my favorite Katy Perry albums and the fact that it is available on vinyl is even better. I consider this a cover-to-cover listen.

Be sure to use the candy themed sleeves and not the plane while sleeves the records come in. I found the ones they came in left black marks on the records.
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ok this is a cd that i can listen to when I am feeling blue and then I feel much better or if I just need a pick me up turn it up and lets get the party started I absolutely love Katy Perry's Music !!!
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Now I know what explicit means when listed. Aside from that I think it is a great cd. Very catchy tunes. Fun lyrics.
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thank you fast shipping verry good item
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I liked Katy's debut album ("One of the Boys") but I love this one. She has definitely come into her own with this album - there are so many excellent songs on it, from the fun-in-the-sun song "California Gurls", to heart-touching "Teenage Dream" to the uplifting "Firework". The depth and the power in the lyrics of "Down the Drain" really hit a personal note and I can't stop listening to "E.T" - I'm not surprised it's hit #1 in North America! This one is going to stay in my cd player for a long time!
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Like it more then i thought I would.
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Although Katy Perry's debut album "One of the boys" didn't reinvent the wheel, you had to be pretty jaded not to enjoy its infectious pop songs. The album had its ups and downs, but overall it presented Perry with a strong musical personality and killer hooks to match. Unfortunately, "Teenage Dream" doesn't live up to the bar set by its predecessor. In fact, it's almost impossible to listen to it all the way through without needing a break.

The horrible cover should have been a warning: Perry is now merely content to present herself as yet another sexpot female entertainer. The key word here is generic, from overrated producers to melodies that you feel you've heard before. Her vocals on this album rely so heavily on Auto-tune and audio compression, that you will find yourself wondering who the hell is this robot chick whose CD you just bought; this gets especially irritating on "Firework", where she tries to belt out big notes but comes off as a headache-inducing nuisance. Worst of all, the lyrics are terrible - shallow and loaded with inane sexual innuendos that were already worn out by the time Samantha Fox lost her audience in the late 80s; "Peacock" sounds like something that a rather immature nine year old could have written, while "Last Friday Night" sports lyrics so superficial that the song could have been on Paris Hilton's album. She may feel like she is pushing the envelope here, but she's really just serving the same tired old sexual clichés that have been around forever. And it's not just the lyrics: the second half of the album features a string of bland, unmemorable midtempo tracks that could have been performed by, well... just about anybody.
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