Album Review: Lily Allen - It's Not Me, It's You

I actually wanted to like Lily Allen's sophmore album, It's Not Me, It's You, a lot more than I did. I did enjoy her debut album, Alright, Still, and was looking forward to her next coming. It's Not Me, It's You starts off great, with songs like Everyone's At It, and The Fear, but towards the second half of the album, the songs get a little hard to listen to; each song is good in its own right, but I think the problem lies with the fact that she is still whining about her crappy past boyfriends, and how she is better off now. I honestly thought, that she got that frustration out in her last album, but I guess she didn't. This probably could be a good album if you just broke up with your boyfriend and need to move on. As so, is way not the case for me. With that said, I do like the song production on the songs, and I do enjoy most of the songs quite a bit.
Top Tunes: Everyone's At It, The Fear, Not Fair
3.5 out of 5



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