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Lady Gaga Born This Way Album Professional ratings

2nd album, Born This Way is Studio album by Lady Gaga, Released 23-May-11, Recorded 2010–11; Studio Bus, Abbey Road Studios, Studio at The Palms, Gang Studios, Studios 301, Setai Recording Studio, Sing Sing Studios, Paradise Studios, Officine Meccaniche, The Living Room Studios, Warehouse Productions, Allertown Hill., Genre Pop, dance, electronic, Length 61:12:00, Label Streamline, Interscope, Kon Live, Producer DJ Snake, DJ White Shadow, Fernando Garibay, Lady Gaga, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Jeppe Laursen, RedOne, Clinton Sparks

Lady Gaga chronology
The Remix-2010
Born This Way-2011
Born This Way: The Remix-2011

Singles from Born This Way

"Born This Way" Released: February 11, 2011
"Judas" Released: April 15, 2011
"The Edge of Glory" Released: May 9, 2011
"YoĆ¼ and I" Released: August 23, 2011
"Marry the Night" Released: November 1, 2011

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Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic (71/100)
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars
Robert Christgau (A−)
Entertainment Weekly (B+)
The Guardian 4/5 stars
The Independent 3/5 stars
Los Angeles Times (unfavorable)
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars
Slant Magazine 4/5 stars
Spin (8/10)
The Village Voice (mixed)

Born This Way received positive reviews from most music critics upon its release. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, Born This Way received an average score of 71, based on 33 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable reviews". Dan Martin of NME gave it an eight out of 10 rating, stating "Lady Gaga doesn't know when to hold back – and it's a damn good thing", and complimented Lady Gaga for pushing musical boundaries to its "ultimate degree." Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine opined: "There's nothing small about Born This Way, and Lady Gaga sings the shit out of every single track." Cinquemani compared Born This Way to The Killers' album Sam's Town, calling it "bloated, self-important, proudly American, an exercise in extraordinary excess." BBC Music called Born This Way a "marvelous record" and commended Lady Gaga for "actually putting a bit of effort and imagination back into pop." Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield praised Lady Gaga's vocals and musical style, expressing that "the more excessive Lady Gaga gets, the more honest she sounds." Bill Lamb of gave Born This Way five out of five stars and concluded in his review, "Born This Way begins and ends with near perfection." Spin felt that "excess is Lady Gaga's riskiest musical gamble, but it's also her greatest weapon, and Born This Way relentlessly bludgeons listeners' pleasure centres”, and concluded that “she's making a convincing case that she's evolving into our most surreally brilliant pop star.” Adam Markovitz of Entertainment Weekly found Born This Way "rewarding but wildly uneven", adding that "If Lady Gaga doesn't find a stand-alone hit here on the order of 'Bad Romance,' Born This Way’s sprawl still shows off the breadth of her talent." Despite criticizing her for "letting her skills as a songwriter slide ever so slightly", Allmusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave Born This Way three-and-a-half out of five stars and complimented Lady Gaga's composing "sensibility" and "considerable dexterity at delivering the basics".

However, Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune felt that Born This Way was rushed, describing it as "hyperventilating". Kot expressed that it felt like the sound "of a major artist sprinting to please everyone all the time." Randall Roberts of the Los Angeles Times opined that Lady Gaga was lacking in innovation, stating that "musical adventure is not one of her strong points." He continued: "She’s unsubtle in her message, unsubtle in her dress, and, most important, unsubtle aesthetically[...]. If Lady Gaga had only spent as much time on pushing musical boundaries as she has social ones, Born This Way would have been a lot more successful." Chris Richards of The Washington Post found it "boring", writing, "Yes, Born This Way is a dark, dense and surprisingly aggressive listen... [but] at its worst, it sounds like reheated leftovers from some '80s movie soundtrack." The Boston Globe called Born This Way "the most deflated moment in pop music this year," saying Born This Way lacks cohesion and the songwriting "feels thin." The Independent gave Born This Way three out of five stars. While complimenting her vocal range, criticized the diversity within Born This Way and stated "the broader she spreads her net musically, the less distinctive her art becomes." Evan Sawdey of PopMatters gave Born This Way a five out of 10 rating and dubbed it "her weakest album to date", commenting that it "fus[es] some daring songwriting with some remarkably repetitive themes and beats". Rich Juzwiak of The Village Voice commented that Lady Gaga's "we-shall-overcome sentiment" is expressed more effectively through Born This Way's "egalitarian use of house beats" than through her "sloganeering", which he found "trite" and "[un]insightful". In his consumer guide for MSN Music, critic Robert Christgau viewed Born This Way as not on-par with The Fame or The Fame Monster, but added that "both of those keep growing, and with its mad momentum and nutty thematics, this one could too."

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Lady Gaga The Fame Monster Album Professional ratings

The Fame Monster is EP by Lady Gaga, Released 18-Nov-09, Recorded 2009; Record Plant Studios, Darkchild Studios, Metropolis Studios, FC Walvisch, Genre Pop, electropop, dance, Length 34:15:00, Label Streamline, Kon Live, Cherrytree, Interscope, Producer Lady Gaga, Darkchild, Fernando Garibay, RedOne, Ron Fair, Space Cowboy, Teddy Riley

Lady Gaga chronology
The Fame Monster-2009
The Remix-2010

Singles from The Fame Monster

"Bad Romance" Released: October 26, 2009
"Telephone" Released: February 15, 2010
"Alejandro" Released: May 18, 2010

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars
Robert Christgau (A-)
The Independent (favorable)
Los Angeles Times 3/4 stars
NME (8/10)
The Observer 4/5 stars
Pitchfork Media (7.8/10)
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars
Slant Magazine 3.5/5 stars
Spin (6/10)

The Fame Monster was well-received by most music critics upon its release. Sal Cinquemani from Slant Magazine felt that The Fame Monster was not a huge leap forward for Lady Gaga, but provided "small, if fleeting, glimpses behind the pretense." He remarked that "[t]here's something instructive about the way Lady Gaga rejects any and all intimacy with others." Songs like "Bad Romance" and "Dance in the Dark" were called the highlights of The Fame Monster. Simon Price of The Independent praised The Fame Monster calling it "a whole new piece of art in its own right." Kitty Empire from The Observer said that The Fame Monster is "a lot more splendidly deranged." Although Empire dismissed the ballad "Speechless", commenting that ballads "remain her weak point," compared to her upbeat work, and she went on to praise "Bad Romance" while writing that "[it] make[s] an even more persuasive case for this driven, uncharismatic Italian-American being the new Madonna." Paul Lester from BBC complimented the eight songs from The Fame Monster and commented that "[The Fame Monster is] hardly original, and nor is it exactly a triumph of DIY feminist invention [...] But she’s bringing eccentric couture to the masses and is certainly fun to have around." Sarah Hajibagheri from The Times commented that The Fame Monster "lack[ed] the beat and bite that made us all go Lady Gaga for the eccentric New Yorker." Josh Modell of Spin commented that "When Lady Gaga reaches for sincere balladry [...] she sounds lost". Evan Sawdey from PopMatters felt that The Fame Monster shows "she’s not complacent with doing the same thing over again. She’s willing to try new things, branching out at a time when it feels like every lone pop diva is more than willing to compromise their artistic growth just for the sake of having a radio hit. [...] Lady Gaga is allowed to make a few mistakes on her way towards pop nirvana—and judging what she’s aiming for with The Fame Monster, there’s a good chance she’s going to get there sooner than later."

Bill Lamb from gave The Fame Monster five out of five stars and said "The Fame Monster is the most compelling pop concept piece in recent memory. There are clear signs of influence from some of the top pop women of the past including Madonna, Annie Lennox and Debbie Harry, but Lady Gaga makes it emphatically her own. If this is the direction of contemporary pop, we are in good hands indeed."Mikael Woods from Los Angeles Times felt that The Fame Monster continued to demonstrate Lady Gaga's creative ambition and stylistic range. Jon Dolan from Rolling Stone felt that "Half the disc is Madonna knock-offs, but that's part of the concept—fame monsters needn't concern themselves with originality." Edna Gundersen from USA Today believed that on The Fame Monster, "Lady Gaga's icy aloofness and seeming aversion to a genuine human connection leave a disturbing void. With an avant-garde intellect, pop-electro eccentricities and freaky theatrics competing for attention, there's no room for heart." Michael Hubbard from MusicOMH complimented the eight songs on The Fame Monster. Neil McCormick from The Daily Telegraph commented that The Fame Monster has an "an irrepressible quality that is given full rein. [...] Although not as thematically integrated as the original Fame, Lady Gaga’s vivacious energy, bold melodies and almost comically relentless sensationalism keeps things interesting." In his consumer guide for MSN Music, critic Robert Christgau commended Lady Gaga for her songwriting and gave The Fame Monster an A- rating, indicating it as "the kind of garden-variety good record that is the great luxury of musical micromarketing and overproduction". Metacritic scored The Fame Monster as having an average score of 77 out of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews" from critics.

In 2010, Lady Gaga won the "Outstanding Music Artist" award for The Fame Monster, during the 21st GLAAD Media Awards. The Fame Monster and its songs were nominated for six awards at the 53rd Grammy Awards. The EP in its entirety was nominated for Album of the Year and won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. "Bad Romance" won for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video; her single "Telephone" was nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, and "Dance in the Dark" earned a nomination for Best Dance Recording.

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Lady Gaga The Fame Album Professional ratings

1st Album The Fame is Studio album by Lady Gaga, Released 19-Aug-08, Recorded Record Plant and Chalice Recording Studios, Los Angeles; Cherrytree Recording Studios, Santa Monica; 150 Studios, Parsippany; Poe Boy Studios, Miami; 333 Studios and Dojo Studios, New York; New Road Studios, Genre Pop, electronic, dance, Length 50:38:00, Label Streamline, Interscope, Kon Live, Cherrytree, Producer Brian & Josh, Rob Fusari, Martin Kierszenbaum, Lady Gaga, RedOne, Space Cowboy

Lady Gaga chronology
The Fame-2008
The Cherrytree Sessions-2009

Singles from The Fame

"Just Dance" Released: April 8, 2008
"Poker Face" Released: September 23, 2008
"Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" Released: January 31, 2009
"LoveGame" Released: March 24, 2009
"Paparazzi" Released: July 6, 2009

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars
BBC Online (favorable)
The Boston Globe (favorable)
Entertainment Weekly (B−)
The Guardian 3/5 stars
The Phoenix 3/4 stars
PopMatters (7/10)
Slant Magazine 2.5/5 stars
URB 3.5/5 stars
The Washington Post (unfavorable)

The Fame received generally favorable reviews. It earned a collective score of 71 out of 100 from Metacritic. Matthew Chisling from Allmusic stated, "Fueled by heavy dance tracks and popping electronic beats, The Fame [...] is a well-crafted sampling of feisty anti-pop in high quality. [...] Lady Gaga pulls out all the stops on The Fame, injecting hard-hitting synthesizers and crashing slicks and grooves. From its opening track until it closes, The Fame fails to come up short on funky sounds to amuse fans of this dance genre." Nicole Powers of URB complimented The Fame's "’70s disco and ’80s electro pop" influences and "the irony-laden lyrics, delivered in a style that owes a little something to Gwen Stefani," adding that "Lady Gaga writes deluxe ditties that compel the listener to 'Just Dance.'" Mikael Wood of Entertainment Weekly gave The Fame a B−, saying that "The Fame is remarkably (and exhaustingly) pure in its vision of a world in which nothing trumps being beautiful, dirty, and rich. In this economy, though, her high-times escapism has its charms". Alexis Petridis of The Guardian complimented Lady Gaga for being good at melodies. According to him "The Fame arrives packing an immensely addictive melody or an inescapable hook, virtually everything sounds like another hit single [...]The Fame certainly sounds like it could be big." Evan Sawdey of PopMatters wrote negatively of the tracks "Eh Eh", "Paper Gangsta", and "Brown Eyes", ultimately but called it "a solid dance album," noting that "much of The Fame’s success can be attributed to rising club producer RedOne."

Joey Guerra from the Houston Chronicle commented that although the songs present in The Fame are not innovative, Lady Gaga deserved credit for bringing real dance music to the mass. Genevieve Koski of The A.V. Club and Sal Cinquemani from Slant Magazine compared Lady Gaga's vocals with that of Gwen Stefani. Koski said that The Fame is "fueled by a glitter-laced, dance-inciting energy that bodes well for extended club play, which is really the whole point." Cinquemani said that "Lady Gaga's lyrics alternate between cheap [...] and nonsensical drivel [...], and her vocal performances are uneven at best [...] [t]he songs that work, include "Poker Face", "Starstruck", "Paper Gangsta" and "Summerboy"— rest almost solely on their snappy production and sing-along hooks." Freedom du Lac from The Washington Post criticized The Fame for lacking originality. Sarah Rodman from The Boston Globe wrote that "[a]t first blush, Lady GaGa's frothy disco confections could easily be mistaken for the mindless booty bait dangled by, say, the Pussycat Dolls. [...] But listen a little closer to the sly, snarky lyrics and glam grooves on this feisty debut and you'll hear that this former downtown New York spice girl has at least a few things on her dirty mind." Critic Robert Christgau said that The Fame was "shallowness at its most principled." Daniel Brockman from The Phoenix, noted that in The Fame "Lady Gaga ups the ante in terms of catchy songwriting and sheer high-in-the-club-banging-to-the-beat abandon." The Fame garnered five Grammy nominations at the 52nd Grammy Awards on December 2, 2009. The Fame itself was nominated for Album of the Year and won Best Electronic/Dance Album.

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