Street Date Review: LMFAO Should Never Be Sorry For Party Rocking With Awesome Party Rock Anthems & Champagne Showers
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Without a doubt, Sky Blu & Red Foo of LMFAO are dedicated to their cause, which is party rockin’ of course.
In case you were worried if the dynamic duo had abandoned having a good time, fear not, cause in their sophomore album Sorry For Party Rocking they take shufflin’ to a whole new level.
And yes, you’re gonna want in on this action.
They say do what you love, and LMFAO has taken that message to heart, bringing party rocking to the masses in the form of music & fun.
I’ve been a longtime fan of their and eagerly anticipating their sophomore album Sorry For Party Rocking since I heard the duo were heading back into the studio.
My hopes were that the entire album would mirror the energy and sound of their first single, “Party Rock Anthem” and I was not disappointed.
This will be your go to album for all things party this summer and make no mistake this album will be around for a while because the songs are so infectiously catchy.
More often than not, albums have become a collection of singles that lack a single cohesive trend, but that’s not the case with Sorry For Party Rocking. Red Foo & Sky Blu took into account not only the message they wanted to bring to the masses but how they wanted it to sound.
It could be easy to make an album about having fun and partying come across as cheesy, but they manage to not only hit their mark, but do it with edge, flavor and humor.