‘Metamorphosis’ Isn’t Music For Grown-Ups

Hilary Duff 'Metamorphosis' album cover

Dan Aquilante of the New York Post reviewed Hilary Duff’s debut album ‘Metamorphosis’. He writes, “Adult ears will diss it as fluff, but Duff isn’t making music for grown-ups: She’s a kid who’s singing for other kids – sugar ‘n’ spice songs like the coming-of-age tune ‘Sweet 16.’ Like her songs or not, you can’t help but be amazed at her pop proficiency and the super-slick production of ‘Metamorphosis’.”

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One thought on “‘Metamorphosis’ Isn’t Music For Grown-Ups

  1. linley56 says:

    I listened to the CD through AOL, and it’s carp, it sound like just another generic pop CD. And the way to get more people to buy her CD would be to make it mature enough for adults to buy.

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