I would hazard a guess that there are people everywhere dying to hate this record. After all, from being a relative uknown a few years ago, Lindsay Lohan has now saturated the teen-flick market with and become a multi-millionaire. Obviously with this level of success (and of course, tabloid exposure) comes a backlash. So perhaps the advisable thing to do for Lohan would be to not embark on a musical career - thereby ensuring the public see even more of her!!
But thankfully she has. I myself prejudged Lohan's potential musical credibility but this track erased any misgivings I may have had. Completely what you'd expect from a film star, let alone one so young, Lohan carries off the 'rock chick' persona well, and this track is a fine showcase for her talents. Arguably the strongest track on her album 'Speak', it only managed to scrape into the UK top 40 but deserved a much higher placing. It is a very honest track, more lyrically mature than most of her peers and has an infectious, singalong chorus worthy of many a well respected artist.
Although it is unlkely Lohan will become a major musical presence, indeed it remains to be seen if the powers that be will even let her record a second album, this is still a good start. Lohan seems to have shunned the 'pop princess' route and wisely so, for this track would seem to be completely her, end even if it isn't, it's a pretty good act.