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Good Girl Gone Bad

Although Rihanna tries to hit too many different targets on this album, the beats are up and the lyrics are vacuous enough to guarantee a few more hit singles before anybody finds out.

Rating: 5 / 10

Jackie Hayden, 20 Jun 2007

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Rating: 5 / 10
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