Miley Cyrus ‘Breakout’ Reviews

Miley Cyrus 'Breakout' album cover

As begins to see first week totals of her new album ‘Breakout’ come in, several writers have weighed in on the 15-year-old’s first release not under ‘Hannah Montana’ umbrella.

Rachel Leibrock of the Sacramento Bee gave the disc two stars, writing, “In reality, with its overblown power chords, frenetic synth-pop and defiant lyrics, the 12 tracks here aren’t much of a stylistic stretch from 2007’s ‘Hannah Montana 2 / Meet Miley Cyrus’.”

Meanwhile, Mikael Wood of the Los Angeles Times gives the disc three stars, writing that the effort is “unlikely fodder for the razzle-dazzle road shows and 3-D concert films to come. As a portrait of the artist as a young malcontent, though, it’s rarely less than fascinating.”

Finally, John Soeder of the Cleveland Plain Dealer gave Miley a ‘B’ rating, writing, “If Cyrus doesn’t quite achieve the breakout effort she was aiming for, at least she doesn’t strike out, either.”

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