Whatever

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Random information on the term ” Whatever”:

Whatever is the first solo album by the American singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, released in 1993.

“I’ve Had It” is one of the songs featured in Nick Hornby’s book 31 Songs. The album, with special note for the song “4th of July”, was included by Elvis Costello in his “Costello’s 500” list for Vanity Fair. It has also been included in the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die list.

Whatever received mostly positive reviews from critics. Most praised her sense of melody and the wordplay of her lyrics, exemplified by Entertainment Weekly in “hooky songs” and “evocative lyrics”. The Los Angeles Times reflected this by saying she “mixes words like a master, catching lifetimes of ache and Angst” in her songs while the Chicago Tribune compared her to Elvis Costello. Rolling Stone cited her music as “sunny, surreal melodies” with “razor-sharp lyrics”. The Independent's Andy Gill highly recommended the album, concluding that “it’s the tension between Mann’s disarmingly direct, conversational lyric style and the complexity of her musical design that gives Whatever its peculiar charge.” On the other hand, Robert Christgau only cited “Mr. Harris” as a “choice cut”, finding nothing else to say about it.

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Random information on the term ” Meh”:

Slang words used in the 1990s.

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