1. Music critic Ken Tucker on the new album, Warrior, by the pop star Ke$ha:





[T]hey’re party anthems with a special urgency — you can hear Ke$ha, in the way she sings and the way the songs are arranged, attempting both valiantly and confidently to convince a listener that she’s not going anywhere. That she’s neither so party-crazy that she’s going to burn out, or that she’s so auto-tuned or over-produced that she’s going to be consigned to novelty-act status.




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    Music critic Ken Tucker on the new album, Warrior, by the pop star Ke$ha:

    [T]hey’re party anthems with a special urgency — you can hear Ke$ha, in the way she sings and the way the songs are arranged, attempting both valiantly and confidently to convince a listener that she’s not going anywhere. That she’s neither so party-crazy that she’s going to burn out, or that she’s so auto-tuned or over-produced that she’s going to be consigned to novelty-act status.

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