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Jon Caramanica of The New York Times described the album "clangorous", while highlighting the album's "puerile" material. Retrieved May 1, By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
This page was last edited on 11 Decemberat The first single " You're Gonna Love This " was released on July 10, and the music video was released on September 15,   The second single "Youngblood" was released on November 13, and a video was released on November 14,   The third single "Do or Die" was released on iTunes on December 18,  The fourth single "Back to Life" was released on March 5, and the music video was released on the same day.
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New Music and Review: Yes, the modern pop trickery is ago, but the song itself just lacks distinction from other pop songs with similar stylings and ideas. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.