Doo - Wops & Hooligans

Bruno Mars - Doo - Wops & Hooligans
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2010 Ratings: #723 / 866
User Score
Based on 198 ratings
2010 Ratings: #242
October 5, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Elektra / Label
Pop / Genres
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Ok but this man needs better album titles

Ok but this is not really Bruno Mars. I mean it's a debut record so i can't blame him but at this point in his career he just isn't there yet. The songwriting is unimpessive, the topics are generally weak, and most of it's just kind of pop. After looking at the tracklist i was like "wait i know most of these this might be fire" but none of them were as good as i remember. Like right after "Marry You" all the tracks slap

BUT ... read more
Un debut blando y genérico. Tiene un par de éxitos y temas que se convertirían en clásicos radiales de la época. Mas difícilmente es una obra innovadora en algún sentido.

Fav Tracks: "Runaway Baby", "The Lazy Song".
I really don't get how people are able to tolerate Grenade without cringing into oblivion.
Bruno Mars is a musician I've always respected. Which is weird. I was thinking about it, and I could only name maybe two songs by him that I liked. It was because of that I decided to revisit his debut, Doo - Wops & Hooligans. I listened to this album a lot when it came out, but that was because my mom bought the CD.

This album is kinda ass. Clearly, Mars hasn't come into his own as an artist. Almost every song feels like him blatantly copying from other artists. He just sounds like a ... read more
Bruno Mars’ debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans is an inconsistent mix of really good songs and really bad songs; overall it doesn’t hold a candle to the more exciting throwback pop he would later be known for (though songs like “Runaway Baby” definitely hint at it).

Being Filipino myself, I’ve always had an interesting history with Bruno Mars’ music. I’d hear a lot about Bruno Mars from my friends, who were obsessed with him, because they finally had ... read more
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Track List

  1. Grenade
  2. Just The Way You Are
  3. Our First Time
  4. Runaway Baby
  5. The Lazy Song
  6. Marry You
  7. Talking To The Moon
  8. Liquor Store Blues (feat. Damian Marley)
  9. Count On Me
  10. The Other Side (Feat. Cee Lo Green And B.o.B)
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