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Warrior (Deluxe Version)

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Warrior
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Die Young
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C'Mon
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Thinking of You
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Crazy Kids
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Wherever You Are
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Dirty Love
Artist: Ke$ha featuring Iggy Pop
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Wonderland
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Only Wanna Dance With You
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Supernatural
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All That Matters (The Beautiful Life)
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Love Into the Light
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Last Goodbye
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Gold Trans Am
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Out Alive
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Past Lives
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 58:44

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Epitomizing all that is so wrong and still so right about 21st-century radio pop
2012 | Label: RCA Records Label

Is she totally out-of-control, or totally calculated? These are the questions that both define and dog the career of Ke$ha, a pop star so thoroughly of our moment that she seems from a distance more like the virtual manifestation of a marketing campaign than an actual human being. The dance-pop answer to cock rock, the Los Angeles-born, Nashville-raised upstart singer/rapper dwells on themes of partying and self-empowerment – and, especially, partying as self-empowerment – that’s… read more »

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Warrior

ShaeSays

I've always liked Ke$ha in kind of an ashamed way, impressed by her audacity if not her talent. But damn if this is not a darn good album. The duet with Iggy Pop ("Dirty Dove") is as good as a carefree rock and roll sex anthem gets. "Gold Trans Am" is a delicious addition to the long tradition of songs comparing cars to hoo-ha (Pink Cadillac, Little Red Corvette) with Ke$ha's distinctly redneck party-girl angle. I love Ke$ha's unabashed celebrations of drunkenness, dancing and sex, and this album offers C'mon, Crazy Kids, and Beautiful Life as highlights in that vein. There are a couple of bad moments. Ke$ha, please just don't record anymore ballads (Past Lives), and you're too young to have a "those were the days" song about when you were a "young kid" (Wonderland). But the number of good songs far outnumber the bad. I liked Animal and Cannibal but never bought them; this was a great first Ke$ha album to buy.

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Just all that is so wrong...

sunyata

I just read her bio on wikipedia and I can't reconcile the person that she seems to be with the stereotype music that she is putting out. This isn't so much about Ke$ha as it as about what it means to be a pop star today... it's all about the producers.

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