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Carly Rae Jepsen: ‘Kiss’ Album Sampler!

Carly Rae Jepsen is just about two weeks away from releasing her anticipated sophomore album Kiss on September 18. The 26-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter has already ruled the charts with her smash hit “Call Me Maybe” and her current single “Good Time” with Owl City is going strong at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100. Below we have clips of every track featured on the standard and deluxe editions of the record which features production from hit-makers like Max Martin, Toby Gad, Dallas Austin, LMFAO‘s Redfoo, and much more. The sampler definitely is not enough to judge the album just yet but the clips give us a good idea of what to expect and It all sounds pretty good. What’s clear is that fans of bubblegum pop and “Call Me Maybe” likely won’t be disappointed by this record. The chick definitely has more than one trick up her sleeve. What do you guys think so far?

1. Tiny Little Bows
2. This Kiss
3. Call Me Maybe
4. Curiosity
5. Good Time (feat. Owl City)
6. More Than A Memory
7. Turn Me Up
8. Hurt So Good
9. Beautiful (feat. Justin Bieber)
10. Tonight I’m Getting Over You
11. Guitar String / Wedding Ring
12. Heart Is A Muscle

Deluxe Edition (Bonus Tracks):
13. Drive
14. Wrong Feels So Right
15. Sweetie
16. Almost Said It

17 Comments

  • MusicManDave

    I agree with RICKY…They all sound the same. If I was to pick the highlights, they would be as follows:

    1. Call Me Maybe
    2. Good Time (feat. Owl City)
    3. Curiosity
    4. More Than A Memory
    5. Tonight I’m Getting Over You
    6. Tiny Little Bows
    7. This Kiss

  • justin

    very repetitive. however, i can dance to each song. i just don’t think this girl has the look or th staying power to stay in the game. enjoy it while it lasts. it’ll be short=)

  • Tommy

    There are some pure pop goodies on this! Her next single is Tonight I’m Getting Over You”… will blow up for sure. Besides Good Time and Call Me Maybe, loving Tonight I’m Getting Over You, Wedding Ring, This Kiss, Tiny Little Bows, Turn Me Up, Hurt So Good, Drive, Wrong Feels So Right…..

  • Topher

    THAT’S HILARIOUS! Before I scrolled down to look at these comments, I was just texting a friend and saying that the album sounds okay but every song sounds basically the same. I scroll down and see everyone agrees with me!!! YAY! 😀

    Oh and the song with Bieber is inexcusable! Bieber needs to be stopped immediately!!!

  • Jonathan

    Yes the songs sound a lot a like but isn’t that pretty much the point of dance music? Like if you go listen to a Basshunter or Cascada album their whole album basically sounds the same. I think thats to keep the listener at the same speed mentally. People say the same for dubstep. I think if dance and dubstep were still underground genres it wouldn’t be an issue but when things become mainstream everyone becomes a critic its kinda like group think actually.

  • jamie

    for us canadians she actually has been around for a while now and her first album was pretty great. it was just nice wholesome radio friendly pop tunes. i still like her a lot but this is just another example to add to the long list of how americans just ruin great canadian talent and make them completely generic once they get international record deals.

    • Topher

      That’s not really fair, Jamie! As an American, I’m utterly offended by that comment. Just because she got an international deal, doesn’t mean it’s fair for you to generalize Americans and blame us for her music sounding the same. Blame her record producers! Go somewhere and sit down with that ignorant ass comment!

  • kyle

    i love it, its amazing, fun, and ya a little childish but it makes you feel innocent, young, and very summerish, however i wish she would have included picture talk to me and just a step away on the deluxe instead of what she did

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