Kristi Turnquist of The Oregonian reviewed Hilary Duff’s debut album ‘Metamorphosis’. She writes, “Like an audio issue of Teen People, ‘Metamorphosis’ is an upbeat amble through a teenage girl’s issues — trying to figure out what makes you tick, what makes boys tick and what this so-called life is all about. ‘Some days I start off draggin’ my feet/Some days I want to fly/Some days it all makes sense to me/Some days I just don’t want to know why,’ as Duff sings on a typical tune, ‘Workin’ It Out.’ It’s not surprising that Duff’s CD sounds ultra-polished and radio-ready, or that its lead-off single, the catchy ‘So Yesterday,’ became an airplay hit and MTV “Total Request Live” fave. As with her fellow tween queens, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Duff is more than a performer: she’s a corporation.”
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