Miley Cyrus "Bangerz" Full Stream New Album, Track Listing: Reviews Say Release Is Twerk-Tastic (Or Terrible)... Listen Here!
By Staff Writer | October 18, 2013 03:09 PM EDT
Miley Cyrus' new album "Bangerz" has finally dropped... after months of teasing and singles like "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball" (and of course, Miley's crazy antics). The album is twerking its way to the top, and you can listen to a full stream of "Bangerz" here! Check it out below, plus a bonus track listing.
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The chart-topping album "Bangerz" is Miley's fourth studio release, but it's a long way from Hannah Montana. Mostly, Miley seems to be trying very, very hard to prove she's not Hannah Montana. Reviews, however, point out that Miley has been making her music edgier for awhile.
Twerking aside, Bangerz lets us get back into what's important: the music!
"In all the discussion about Miley’s self-awareness and obnoxiousness, one underestimated point is that she’s been spicing up her image for the better part of a decade. She was pumping out fine, Red Bull-fueled singles like “7 Things” and “See You Again” (source of the immortal line, “My best friend Lesley says, ‘She’s just being Miley’”) in 2008, not to mention a bankable, adult-y ballad called “The Climb” that had to render P!nk and Taylor Swift insane with jealousy in 2009. Later that year, Miley went Coyote Ugly on an ice cream cart conveniently fitted with a pole at the Kids Choice Awards. She clearly didn’t hate that salvia bong furor in 2010, and she clearly meant every risque word of Bangerz‘s first single “We Can’t Stop” earlier this year. She didn’t just recklessly bombard Alan Thicke‘s son with her ass on national TV in August; she saved up to do it," TheBacklot.com wrote.
However, "Bangerz feels like a debut", they add. "Its raw presentation makes you want to discount her previous catalog...Accordingly, Miley’s voice is now assured and clearly her own, and the sound of Bangerz is utterly of its time. "
Cyrus has been the center criticism and rumors for her MTV VMAs performance, breakup with Liam Hemsworth, and a whole lot of weird antics with various celebs, twitter feuds, etc. et al. Now, however, we can get back to what's really important- the music!
However, TheHollywoodLife.com says, "One must-talk-about miss on the album is “SMS (Bangerz),” Miley’s collaboration with her idol Britney Spears. As a Brit fan, it hurts me to say, this song is just plain outrageous — and not in a good way. It’s a good song for the club when the strobe lights, but unfortunately is just repeats itself over and over again."
Listen to a full stream of Miley's new album below, check out the track listing, and tell us what you think of it in the comments!
Miley Cyrus - Bangers (Album Tracklist)
01. "Adore You"
02. "We Can't Stop"
03. "SMS (Bangerz)" (feat. Britney Spears)
04. "4X4″ (feat. Nelly)
05. "My Darlin'" feat. Future
06. "Wrecking Ball"
07. "Love, Money, Party" (feat. Big Sean)
10. "FU" (feat. French Montana)
11. "Do My Thang "
12. "Maybe You're Right"
13. "Someone Else"
14. "Rooting for My Baby"
15. "On My Own"
16. "Hands In the Air" (feat. Ludacris)
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