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  • Audio CD (18 July 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B0052AI0DC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,034 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rock The Beat II
2. Sorry For Party Rocking
3. Party Rock Anthem
4. Sexy And I Know It
5. Champagne Showers
6. One Day
7. Put That A$$ To Work
8. Take It To The Hole
9. We Came Here To Party
10. Reminds Me Of You
11. Best Night
12. All Night Long
13. With You
14. Hot Dog
15. I'm In Miami Bitch
16. Shots

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Sorry For Party Rocking is the second album from Grammy-nominated hip-hop duo, and self-confessed party rockers LMFAO. The album mixes hip hop, club and electro beats, and includes the massive single "Party Rock Anthem" alongside single "Champagne Showers (featuring Natalie Kills). LMFAO are rappers Redfoo and SkyBlu (uncle and nephew) and are the son and grandson of legendary Motown producer Berry Gordy.

BBC Review

You don't need to be a playground nipper to know what the LMFAO acronym typically stands for. But in this instance it also means "Loving My Friends and Others" - that's what the video to the Los Angeles duo's track Champagne Showers states (for pre-watershed audiences). The pair's rise to prominence has been a while coming, given they've been active since 2006 (and this is their second album), but hardly a surprise when their connections are considered. Stefan Gordy, aka Redfoo, is the son of Motown founder Berry Gordy, while his partner Skyler Gordy, aka SkyBlu, is Berry's grandson. The duo are uncle and nephew, then, but their musical output isn't always wholesome fun for all the family.

Setting their stall out early with the impressively offensively titled debut single I'm in Miami B****, a Billboard hit in 2008 and a top 10 success in the UK the following year, LMFAO's stylistic direction is one of blinkered consistency - hard and fast beats, everything-louder-than-everything-else production, and dunderheaded lyrics. Vocal hooks are simple and, to their credit, highly memorable. But the subject matter tackled is repeatedly of questionable moral value (albeit never without a smile on their faces), the stance being that a party spent wasted is never a wasted party. Booze and babes dominate the pair's agenda to such an extent that one has to admire their steadfast commitment to debauchery. It'd have been easier, surely, to diversify, as putting together 16 tracks of the same stuff must have been quite the mission - and a mission accomplished.

In the record's defence, Redfoo and SkyBlu are clearly not taking themselves at all seriously. It's dumb for sure, but knowingly so, and its incessantly upbeat vibes do provide something of a lift. Their timing is perfect too, as this just wouldn't work in the darkness of a British winter - it needs sun, sea and quite possibly the other 's' to properly connect. The overall impression left is of an act equally informed by crunk-juice-swigging rapper Lil Jon and Scottish dance-pop chart-topper Calvin Harris - appropriately, both appear as guests here. Also involved is The Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am, as executive producer. They've plenty of friends in high places then, but it's LMFAO's voices that cut through the cleanest, this collection very much their vision realised. Granted, it's a vision obscured by designer shades, splattered with sticky drinks and steamed-up by passing ladies barely retaining their modesty, but it's theirs alone.

Quite what granddad Berry makes of it all, though…

--Mike Diver

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Aido on 29 Dec. 2011
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album based on Part Rock Anthem and Sexy & I Know It. These are 2 great songs, but the rest of the album doesn't really live up to them. There are probably 2 or 3 other songs that I really like, but the rest I can do without. For my tastes, (mostly pop, some dance) the other songs just are not as catchy.
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By colesy999 on 22 Aug. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I was unsure what to expect from this album, because although the singles were nice and catchy, they were very similar and I was hoping that it wouldn't be a album of near identical songs.

But when I did listen to this album, I was pleasantly surprised because they was a variety of songs. Never the less, you can get too much of this album so it is the kind of thing you would put on an MP3 Player and put it on shuffle.

Champagne Showers was the best on my opinion, I think it should have been better publicized, perhaps replace Sorry for Party Rocking as one of the singles.

One thing I don't understand throughout some reviews, is the fact that they were saying the non-singles were not as good as the well known songs like "Sexy and I know it" The difference was only slight, and what do you expect? - the singles were released as singles for a reason.
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By MissV on 25 Oct. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I brought this album after liking a lot of their released tracks like Party Rock Anthem, Sorry for Party Rocking and Sexy and I know it and I'm glad I finally brought it.
There are a lot of good songs on the album and only 3 tracks which I'm not so keen on like I'm in Miami B*tch, Take it to the Hole and Put that A** to Work, I'm not so keen on these because I don't like the lyrics much. I'm not offended by the lyrics as nothing like that bothers me, I just don't see the need for these songs on what I think is a good album without them.
LMFAO seem to live life to the full and do what they want to do and enjoy it and I think that comes across in their music and I feel like I feel that when listening to this album, it always seems to cheer me up puts me in a happy mood.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Sarah G on 18 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album to practice streetdance routines to after being hooked on party rock anthem. Have to say that I was suprised how much I liked the album as a whole. As with any album some tracks are better than others, and they way I'd describe their music is like the 13yr old testosterone fueled lovechild of Calvin Harris and Black eyed peas who drank too much redbull.
All in all a pretty solid 2nd album, a lot of fun and a great release for summer.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. BREESE on 16 Nov. 2011
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Only bought this album for the hit single but most of the album is pretty good although pretty much of the same.

Very bass heavy but IMO great for my system.

Recommend this album but would only give it four stars due to the repetitive nature of most of the tracks
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I got this album off iTunes the day it came out. Absolutely loved Party Rock anthem and Champagne Showers and thought the rest of the album would be great. It is good but it's not as good as I thought it would be, there are a handful of good songs that are really catchy. It's not the sort of album I could see me listening to in one sitting, but putting y iPod on shuffle is good when it plays the good songs. It was worth the buy just a little disappointed in some of the tracks
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My stars! Apart from the 2 songs that have been in the charts I didn't really know what to expect. The rest of the album is loud, takes a bit of listening to digest it. Can I also say that there is no parental advisory label, (or the wasn't on my copy), and there are many reasons this album is unsuitable for young ears. Things that rhyme with `suck', `docks' and a variety of sexual references. I mean, I don't mind, I just wouldn't want my kid singing it! Enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mandy on 19 Jan. 2013
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bought this for my boy for his birthday and we have purchased albums for him and this one is still his favourite.
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