Thursday, August 20, 2009

Billboard Thursday: Miley Cyrus - "Party In The U.S.A."

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Every once in a while, the Disney machine just gets it right. Mind you this doesn't happen too often, but still, Miley's "See You Again", Demi's "Don't Forget", and the JoBro's "Lovebug" all come to mind off the top of my head.

Add "Party In The U.S.A." to that list. There's some real pop perfection hidden here, with the summery synths, the Jay-Z and Britney references, and Miley's modern day L.F.O. style faux-rapping. And before that last bit makes you cringe, we both know you fucking loved "Summer Girls", so don't even play with me. Plus, y'know, patriotism is sweet and all that. Because this isn't a party in Canada or Britain or Australia, folks; this is a party in the U.S.A. which makes it the BEST party EVER.

It's odd that a song so clearly made to be some sort of "summer jam" was released in August, but no matter; it's fun, it's fresh, and it'll remind a lot of us of the good times we've had the past three months. This doesn't mean I forgive Miley for getting "The Climb" stuck in my head for weeks, but it's a good start on the road to reparation.

Miley Cyrus - "Party In The U.S.A." (Download)

6 comments:

Dustin said...

This fills me with sadness and hate for Miley Cyrus.

Songs said...

I am not such a great fan of miley cyrus too..

Anonymous said...

I'm not going to pose as a fan or anything, but Miley Cyrus fans (Or even anybody that listens to popular music) might like some of these covers the band MANIAC is putting out for free each week.

Party in the USA is this weeks cover

(http://maniac.bandcamp.com/track/born-to-party-in-the-usa-miley-cyrus-vs-springsteen)

Anonymous said...

I hate to be that person, but is there any chance you can post this again? The link has expired.

Your Ex-Lover said...

Sadly, re-posting would be impossible. I've taunted the Disney gods (and their legal team) once before by posting a Miley mp3, and I wouldn't dare do it again.
Google is your friend, though. Shouldn't be too hard to track down.

Anonymous said...

Haha thanks