Miley Cyrus' Can't Be Tamed is supposed to be the album to declare that she's no longer that girl we saw on Hannah Montana years ago. Sadly, the album, Can't Be Tamed doesn't do that. Cyrus messes with autotune, drum beats, plus a cover of Bret Michaels' Every Rose Has Its Thorn with the man himself doing some background background vocals. However, even though the voice on the record is Cyrus', it feels like she's not paying much attention to what she's singing. She always sounds distant, never heartfelt. She only sounds like she's actually listening on the album's standout track, Stay. The ballad's all mushy about love, but what did you expect? Sex? Well, I'm glad Cyrus hasn't strayed too far from her Disney roots, since Can't Be Tamed is still without a doubt a Disney album. Can't Be Tamed is a little generic, and it doesn't live up to its album title. If you were expecting big heavy dance tracks or a bratty Miley, prepare to be disappointed. Or if you were expecting Can't Be Tamed to be a FANTASTIC album, I'm afraid you'll have to wait for her next album where she'll probably be talking more or less about the same thing about how she's outgrowing Disney... Nevertheless Can't Be Tamed doesn't deliver the kick it should.
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