Yet, I can't help but feel consistently entertained by her new album. It would be sort of a bitch move to knock the album for GaGa's 'tude, especially since there aren't any actual tracks on the disc entitled, "THE GREATEST SONG IN HISTORY," or something similar.
So, here are my quick thoughts:
1. Judas is probably the 10th best song on the 14 song set, so I have no idea why the eff she choose it as a single.
2. As much as this CD is full of weird dance pop and references to unicorns (no joke), my favorite track is probably the mid-tempo power ballad, You and I.
3. If asked to summarize the album in four words, I would say: Springsteen. Disco. 80s. Crazy.
4. I hope her next album is a spin-off of Government Hooker. Specifically, the operatic introduction.
5. Her music videos for this set have been comparatively disappointing. I'm still waiting to find out what happened to Beyonce and GaGa after they drove off at the end of the Telephone video. Aside from some generous scissoring (I hope).
6. I am really hungry right now. Chinese food time.
Alright, that's all folks.
Rating: 4/5 stars. Yep, bet you didn't think I'd be that generous.