Sorry for Party Rocking

LMFAO - Sorry for Party Rocking
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2011 Ratings: #916 / 920
User Score
Based on 139 ratings
2011 Ratings: #328
June 21, 2011 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
AllMusic

Sorry for Party Rocking arrives at exactly the right time and includes exactly the right mix of energy and humor, plus a surprising amount of sincerity.

43
A.V. Club

Sorry For Party Rocking is a dumb party record that knows it’s a dumb party record. But while self-awareness seems like a cultural “Get Out Of Jail Free” card these days, it doesn’t make LMFAO any less obnoxious.

43
Entertainment Weekly

The L.A. duo strip dance-pop to its most basic elements, slathering endorphin-stimulating synth riffs over extra-stoopid techno drums. It’s topped off by truly terrible rapping, which often turns otherwise groan-inspiring instrumentals into jumbled, maddening filler.

40
PopMatters

If you’re contemplating buying an album called Sorry for Party Rocking, then let’s be honest: you know exactly what you’re getting into.

40
Sputnikmusic

Sorry For Party Rocking is the worst kind of bad album, offering no captivating moments of sonic excrement and presenting plenty of awful crap upon further listening.

40
Rolling Stone
MC-DJs Redfoo and Sky Blu turn in some skillful hip-hop – see “Take It to the Hole,” featuring Busta Rhymes – but also get seriously stupid, rapping about spanking girls and bathing in champagne, over a cheesy pastiche of Eighties synths and pounding beats.
30
No Ripcord

Sorry for Party Rocking incorporates what industry boardrooms deem marketable and manufactures it for the masses, but at least they got the anthem right. Without it, I doubt if even God himself would grant the forgiveness half-heartedly sought in its begrudging title.

20
The Guardian
Stretched out over an hour, their solitary idea wears unbearably thin: pretty quickly, your reaction is less LMFAO than WTF? and, ultimately, FFS.
JoaoSantos
6
For my 1000th rating I decided to listen to "Sorry For Party Rocking" by LMFAO, one of the most iconic and well known bands ever. In this epic post rock album everything sounds wonderful. The deep lyrics combine perfectly with the complex and creative melodies of LMFAO, making some of the most well crafted music in history. I felt a range of emotions listening to this album: sadness, hope, love, diarrhea... The themes of the songs range from things such as the consequences of eating ... read more
BradTasteMusic
15
This has aged like a loaf of meatloaf left out on the counter for 3 years
exception
30
only had one decent song, party rock anthem. what really creeps me out is that this is an uncle-nephew group. makes it awkward to listen to.
FearFlour
20
You should be.
Toasterqueen12
20
You say MBDTF I say Party Rock
You say TPAB I say Dynamite
You say FLower Boy we say Kidz bop
You say a Crow Looked at Me we say SHUT THE FUCK UP
You say Titanic Rising we say Ke$ha (but like, 2000's era.)

People these days are listening to rap and indie pop. Retweet if your one of the few people who still listen to REAL MUSIC!
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Track List

  1. Rock The Beat II 
  2. Sorry For Party Rocking 
  3. Party Rock Anthem (featuring Lauren Bennett and Goonrock) 
  4. Sexy And I Know It 
  5. Champagne Showers (featuring Natalia Kills) 
  6. One Day 
  7. Take It To The Hole (featuring Busta Rhymes) 
  8. Best Night (featuring will.i.am, Goonrock and Eva Simons) 
  9. All Night Long (featuring Lisa) 
  10. With You
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