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Avril Lavigne Details New Album

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Avril Lavigne’s new album, Love Sux, will be out on February 25th. Today she’s shared the new song “Love it When You Hate Me” and detailed the track listing.

    Track Listing

    1. Cannonball
    2. Bois Lie (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
    3. Bite Me
    4. I Love It When You Hate Me (feat. blackbear)
    5. Love Sux
    6. Kiss Me Like The World Is Ending
    7. Avalanche
    8. Déjà Vu
    9. F.U
    10. All I Wanted (feat. Mark Hoppus)
    11. Dare To Love Me
    12. Break Of A Heartache

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  2. somethingwitty


    This pivot to the Travis Barker production style of pop/punk is just kinda meh. It's nothing groundbreaking, just feels like going through the motions for an artist approaching 40. It'd be nice to see her take some bigger artistic chances instead of just chasing the trend right now.
  3. dp619


    I look forward to seeing where this ft. Mark Hoppus song ranks on my all time list of ft. Mark Hoppus songs.
    dubey, .K., Analog Drummer and 4 others like this.
  4. thechetearly


  5. failinginplace


    And the "approaching 40" spelling of BOIS and SUX.... just... come on. Songs and titles that sound like they carry the emotional maturity of a 14 year old experiencing a love interest not returning a text for the first time... all sung by someone who had been divorced twice by the age of 31. It's just weird to me.

    As for the travis stuff, I like his style and influence when helping to shape a new wave of pop punk, not necessarily a top 40 artist trying to cash in on the wave in order to stay relevant. I like some of the stuff that he's done with Poorstacy and Sueco (and obviously his work on the last release by MGK sounds like blink in their heyday transplanted to modern times).
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  6. Brent

    Destroy What You Create Prestigious

    Me reading this when I was a HS Freshman when she broke through...

  7. sblackburn


    People complaining about this probably hated her last albums because they weren’t pop punk enough or like her old stuff.
  8. thecobrakais


    you lost me at "featuring MGK."

    the track titles are cringe. this is not music.
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  9. domotime2

    Great Googly Moogly Prestigious

    Her last 2 albums were both drastically different than this though. She was doing the slow,, show off the vocals, mature, piano sound for at least 9 years. She has been doing different things for the past 20 years, so doing a "throwback" and cashing in on this new pop punk pop sound, makes a ton of sense to me and im all for it

    If you're expecting a new wave/shoegaze album from avril Lavigne "at 40"... well, I've got some bad news
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  10. dubey


    Stoked for this and seeing her live later this year. Nostalgia 100.

    Mark Hoppus vocals! Travis on drums!
  11. SuNDaYSTaR


    Well, I mean, considering her recent signing and Travis' recent go-to collaborators, I would have been shocked not to see him on there.
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