Miley has grown up in the public eye, and her new CD reveals her natural progression and sophistication. Miley teamed with Grammy-award winning producer John Shanks (Sheryl Crow, Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson) and long time ... more »Miley collaborators Tim James & Antonina Armato (Seven Things and See You Again). Tim & Antonina produced and co-wrote Can't Be Tamed with Miley, a self-empowering song in which Miley asserts that she has to stay true to herself in relationships. It is sure to become an anthem among her legions of fans around the world.« less
Miley has grown up in the public eye, and her new CD reveals her natural progression and sophistication. Miley teamed with Grammy-award winning producer John Shanks (Sheryl Crow, Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson) and long time Miley collaborators Tim James & Antonina Armato (Seven Things and See You Again). Tim & Antonina produced and co-wrote Can't Be Tamed with Miley, a self-empowering song in which Miley asserts that she has to stay true to herself in relationships. It is sure to become an anthem among her legions of fans around the world.
Shannon W. from P C BEACH, FL Reviewed on 10/22/2015...
what a joke
3 of 4 member(s) found this review helpful.
She can't be tamed, can't be tamed, can't be blamed, she can
Doll-ar | 06/24/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've been a Miley fan since the beginning and I loved her last 2 albums, so I HAD to get this the moment it came out yesterday at K Mart.
Anyway, most of the songs are about self-confidence and breaking free (Robot, Liberty Walk) and of course we have to have romance songs, right? ;) From break-up songs (Two More Lonely People, Every Rose Has Its Thorn, Scars) to in love songs (Forgiveness And Love, My Heart Beats For Love) this album doesn't disappoint.
Whether you like Miley or not, this album is still a great choice for pop lovers. Once you start on Liberty Walk, each song will keep you going up to the end of My Heart Beats For Love.
This is NOT the album for those who are there for G-rated, clean Miley. She says the H word in Can't Be Tamed and s**y in Permanent December but she still doesn't get as "bad" as Talk Is Cheap in the previous CD. However, none of these things affect the amazing-ness of the album. She will be 18 in November after all, so like the title says, we can't tame her. ;)
While Miley has said her "break" from music is only going to last 1-2 years, this is a FANTASTIC conclusion to Miley's Hollywood Records contract. :) All pop-lovers should own this CD. :D"
She can't be 12 years old forever...
R. Warren | Statesville, NC United States | 06/27/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well, she is growing up (and has been for the last few years). Disney really ought to stop milking the Hannah Montana franchise and let her move on to being just Miley. Let her make an episode where she goes off to college and end the series. There are always new kids to make famous and to be role models for little girls and little boys aged 6 to 14, but Miley is beyond that now. Her last two albums and this one prove that. While much of it is over produced "dance music" along the lines of Christina Aquilera and countless other female pop singers, Miley still has an instantly recognizable voice. I'm older than most fans I'm sure and only listen to her music because the kids of some of the girls I date do, and it is a guilty pleasure to listen and turn up a few tracks in the car and remember what it was like to be 18.
Hopefully if she spends a few years away from pop music soon after touring to support this album, she can reinvent herself. It will be interesting to see what she comes back as. Perhaps she will get into acting in a more serious way. Or perhaps come back as more of a less "dance music" oriented singer (not that there is anything wrong with that, as it is a music niche to be filled), but she obviously has the pipes to get around a song - any song - and do it justice.
Good luck to her and I hope she doesn't go off the deep in as the hormones kick in, and that she doesn't become another Britney Spears or Paris Hilton, known more for being slutty and famous than for doing anything of real note."
G. Peterson | Lehi, UT United States | 06/23/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I purchased this for my daughter and I have toi say this CD exceeded my expectations. From the second the first track started I knew this wasn't Hannah Montana. Miley has got talent and looks. I expect to see a few of these tracks in the dance clubs. I don't think there is a bad song on the CD, and I was tickled to hear "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" brought back for the younger generation."
Stephen J. J. Mount | Williston, VT | 07/29/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I ordered this CD on a whim, sure my kids would like it. But when I ripped the tracks on to my computer and played them for the first time, I was pleasantly surprised about how much I liked the entire CD. I even risked mocking from my friends when I posted about the CD on Facebook. I have watched Miley grow up as my kids have watched her over the years, and I think she has developed into quite an accomplished artist. I hope that she can keep her talent up to this standard."