At this point I'd rather get a new song.
Stunning. I think I'm actually more excited to hear the acoustic EP than the main album.
But at some point during the making of “Warrior” the Kesha-as-rocker plan got scaled back. “I went in there really wanting to destroy with guitars,” she recalled. But then she and her principal producer, Dr. Luke, had a sit-down. “Luke said, ‘If you want to be on pop radio, really what’s dominating right now is dance — superdance.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t want to go full-on rock, I just want to marry the kind of music I listen to and the kind of music I make.’*“
I wouldn't mind Dr Luke being an overbearing prick on albums he works on if he hadn't driven his sound into the fucking ground over the last few years.