#32 Ashlee Simpson - La La 17/24 Score: 7.947 My Score: 8 Highest: 10 x 8 (@Sprockrooster, @soratami, @DJHazey, @unnameable, @pop3blow2, @aux, @phily693, @Music Is Death) Lowest: 3 x 2 (@londonrain, @Guy) La La was Ashlee's third single from her debut album Autobiography. It was released in 2004 and charted at #86 in the US. Although, the song performed much better abroad peaking at #10 in Australia and #11 in the UK. Apparently the album's title track was initially planned as the third single for the era, however after her little mishap when she attempted to perform the song on a certain late night tv show (which we'll get into later), they decided to go with La La instead. @berserkboi (7.5) - A bop for sure, but Ashlee’s affectations have prevented me from revisiting very much over the years! @livefrommelbs (8.5) - That opening riff is a fucking serve, but it's a bit shouty and all over the shop. @Epic Chocolat (8.5) - Banging! @Memoria (9.5) - An oblivious tweenage me should absolutely NOT have been singing along to this as much as I did at the time. Inappropriate banger. @saviodxl (9.6) - I'm pretty sure parents were concerned with the no so subtle sexual lyrics back in the day. You know what they say: the best way to make them want it is to make it forbidden. 13-year-old me fell right into this trap. @unnameable (10) - I never did understand the “I’ll be your lemonade when I meet you at the door” of the clean version. @Sprockrooster (10) - I am still disgusted with how this track was treated in the zeroes poprock rate cause it did not even manage to get to top 50. I am very pleased to see it getting a second chance! Boyfriend managed to get #15 in that rate. So I know she has the potential to go that far. But I am surely wishing for some rate-losing backlash here. @DJHazey (10) - I’m not one to pump myself up over my commentary because it’s usually meh, but I’m always going to be proud of this one from an earlier rate. Clearly one of those times when it was probably like 1am and I was feeling the moment: "This is the peak of the energy-packed rebellious-yet-cute and adorable persona I love from Ashlee and why this has always been a favorite. The chorus always comes flying in like a slap to the face from Ashlee but somehow you look at her dancing around the kitchen, waving her hands around in her underwear with headphones on and you're ready to pour two bowls of cereal and watch Netflix with her for hours and forget she was ever mad.