38 Who I Am Average: 5.82 Highest: 9.5 x 1 (@Totto) Lowest: 2 x 1 (@Plethorya) I don't remember this one. I_CANNOT_USE_REAL_WORDS_PROPERLY_. As I think I've explained before, my Headstrong CD was devoid of bonus tracks, and I largely ignored any songs that weren't on that edition. Who I Am was included on the Wal-Mart version of the album and I'm struggling to find anything worthwhile to write on it. I'm mad at the fact that this ranked higher than We'll Be Together. Anyway, this is very unremarkable in my opinion, which justifies my 5. Sally_Harper finds herself in a situation similar to mine, though she... likes it?!?! (forced drama): "This is not something I’ve heard before as it wasn’t on the UK version of the album. On first listen I think it’s GREAT, except for how distorted about 90% of the vocals are. It doesn’t even sound like Ashley most of the time. That’s my only issue with it though!" Her masterful whisper technique is a quality envied by many. Plethorya hails Ashley as "whisper queen", and constantino nods in agreeance: "A bop. The sultry breathing under the chorus kinda scalped me. This is significantly better than half of the standard edition tracks." DJHazey serves up in-depth review: "This is a nice bridge into her Guilty Pleasure material in my eyes. It's definitely not on the same level, but it's getting a 9 because it blows most of Headstrong's standard tracks out of the water. Some people might run away from those 'ahhhs' in the background but it just adds to the 'drama' as far as I'm concerned. I love when she gets kind of mysterious with songs and saying 'you don't really know who I am' is obviously the perfect stepping stone into that vibe, which I get from Guilty Pleasure on the whole." What's this I see? A Britney/Myah Marie chai brewing? "I know Ashley isn’t the strongest singer, but getting Kylie Minogue to sing the chorus is a bit much?", asks WhenTheSunGoesDown, and I can totally hear it. Well, it's most definitely not her voice during the hook, even casual listeners on YouTube know it. iheartpoptarts informs us, "I love how the top comment on YouTube is 'It’s not Ashley singing the chorus!'" Expose her! There's no rent-a-singer accusation from Lost In Japan., but rather a plagiarism issue: "This gives me SUCH ripoff Holly Valance vibes. It’s basically State of Mind. That said the version I have in my iTunes is a ridiculously low quality so it could be Vision of Love for all I know and I just can’t hear it." It does sound similar to State of Mind! Though I had never heard of Holly Valance. tylerc904 just says "The backing singers on the chorus drown homegirl out completely, but the song is alright."