Lindsay Lohan's sophomore album hits stores today (Dec. 6), and while it's not being heralded as a masterpiece, it's certainly holding its own with positive reviews outweighing negative notes so far.
The album deals with tougher a subject matter than her first release, 'Speak,' which sold well to the pop star's teenage fan base. But if harder-edged subjects make for more compelling lyrics, they also tend to be harder to dance to.
Should Ms. Lohan be forgiven for this musical maturation, or should she get back to the bubblegum pop that sold so well the first time around? You can give 'A Little More Personal (Raw)' a listen here on AOL's Full CD Listening Party and decide for yourself.
Track Listing: "Confessions Of A Broken Heart (Daughter To Father)" "Black Hole" "I Live For The Day" "I Want You To Want Me" "My Innocence" "Little More Personal" "If It's Alright" "If You Were Me" "Fast Lane" "Edge Of Seventeen" "Who Loves You" "Beautiful Life (La Bella Vita)"