Album: LMFAO, Sorry for Party Rocking (Polydor)
Sunday 17 July 2011
Stefan Kendal Gordy and Skyler Husten Gordy, respectively the son and grandson of Motown founder Berry Gordy, have presumably never had to do a day's work in their lives. So, given unlimited leisure time and unimaginable wealth, what do you do? You party, and you party non-stop.
The tone of the uncle-nephew electro-rappers' second album is set with the line "And if she has a hissy fit because you're whiskey-dicked, just say... sorry for party rocking!" Imagine The Bloodhound Gang having a dumb-off with the early Beasties at an old skool rave, and you've got the measure of it. Taken in individual portions, they're a refreshing jolt to the system, but a whole album's worth feels like being force-fed a gallon of Sunny Delight.
But, love them or hate them, one can never accuse LMFAO of slacking in the relentless fight for their right to party rock.
Maisie Williams single-handedly rises to the challengeTV
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