Thin ‘Lizzie’: Duff’s Music Lacks Spunk

Malcolm Mayhew of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reviewed ’s debut album, claiming the ‘Lizzie’ star “sings the songs with so little conviction and sentiment, you know that someone just handed her a sheet of paper and said, ‘Sing this line’.” He added, “‘Metamorphosis’, her first CD of all-original material, is exactly what you’d expect from a young female singer these days: modern pop/rock songs that have a stinging guitar bite, just like material by Avril Lavigne and Michelle Branch, mixed in with touches of R&B and soulful balladry. There’s not the least bit of inventiveness or adventure here. But chugging-guitar anthems are the way to go now, thanks to Branch and Lavigne, and on that level, ‘Metamorphosis’ is a success.”


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2 thoughts on “Thin ‘Lizzie’: Duff’s Music Lacks Spunk

  1. mel_melanie says:

    God!I’m sick of Hilary Duff.

  2. FaustoAguilera says:

    The woman can’t sing! Give it up! Her voice sounds like Christina squealing like a pig when she’s downing a Big Mac.

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