Album Review Ke$ha – Animal

April 19, 2010 at 6:25 pm (St. Jason) (, , , , )

Ke$ha – Animal

Rarely does an artist come out with an album that is truly complete shit. There are very few I have heard that beyond the radio single have no redeeming quality but Ke$ha has managed to do so. I think the best way to get this done is to just start from the top.

Your Love is My Drug

First song, not so bad. The auto tune wears on you by the end of it but you are left thinking surely this auto tune will not be on the whole album right? Lyrics aren’t great but at least I did enjoy the hook.

Take it Off

I skipped this song half way through because it was slow and I wanted to get to Tik Tok.

Tik Tok

I like this song, its catchy as all hell and fast enough where her auto tuning doesn’t bother you.


I did listen to Kiss N Tell and was begining to fear the worse, it was a shitty song so I went back to Tik Tok after it was done to clear the taste from my mouth but Stephen is where the album gets epically bad. First off the auto tune is now officially annoying but more so this song is horrible. We go from the dance club fuck every one theme from Tik Tok and Kiss N Tell and go to this sappy ball of shit. It sounds like early Britney Spears but less mature, no that wasn’t a mistyping it really is less mature than early Britney Spears. The rest of the album is like this too where it goes from immature brush my teeth with Jack to immature a 14 year old angsty girl.


Wow, just wow. This is the ballad and wow is it bad. It has a real resemblance to Avril Lavinge’s I’m With You but it’s Ke$ha so it’s edgy! The chorus is “I’m just hung-over you”, yes its a love song with the metaphor being a alcohol induced hangover. No, I am not making this shit up. I mean you can’t possibly take it serious.

Party at a Rich Dude’s House

Yes you guessed it that’s the chorus and the song doesn’t get any better from there.


Spoiler alert she spells out dinosaur in the song and I try to jab my ear drums out so I don’t have to listen to that shit any more.


We reach the end of the CD and this might have been my favorite song, not for quality but when I heard it I knew I wouldn’t have to listen to the CD any more. Rarely do artists not just give a fuck but this CD is the same quality of soulja boy’s where you can clearly tell she had a single planned and they just threw the rest of it together as fast as possible to strike while the iron was hot. CD’s like this are good examples of why the music industry is suffering and why putting out quality instead of the quick buck is beneficial.


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