dealsfun - some nights - cd for $5.99

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Just in case you wanted to hear Cher in a blender, this is the CD for you. Now with more autotuning than T-Pain could ever dream of!

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This is actually a good cd overall. There's auto-tune, but it's used for effect on certain songs, not because a singer can't sing.

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god, music snobs are even worse than food snobs.

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I like that one song they re-did in Spanish for the Taco Bell commercial during the Superbowl

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@galxygrl4: That's an MP3 copy - not a physical CD.

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Solid album. I was actually listening to it as I was voting this deal.
This has the bonus track. Out on the Town is a great song.

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This was the last CD that I was really blown away by (looks at last three Green Day CDs accusingly), their songs are getting the ever loving crap played out of them on at least four local radio stations, but I love them anyway.

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Saw them in concert in December. They put on a good show. Fun, Of Monsters and Men and Churchill. Very good lineup. If you haven't heard of Churchill they are a Denver band that is breaking out. I actually heard them on a radio station in Austin.

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God... comment snobs are worse than the evil spawn of a music snob and a food snob.

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Music snob alert: Seriously, their first album, Aim and Ignite, is about a million times better than this one. And if you like that, check out The Format, which was the lead singer's band before Fun.

As to the comments about Autotune: I personally despise Autotune. I know this singer can sing, really well, as pointed out. That's why it bothers me to no end that Autotune gets so incredibly overused on Some Nights.

That said, I'm really glad Fun. is getting radio play and popular exposure, even if it is on the worst music they've put out.