24 Goin' Crazy Average: 6.81 Highest: 10 x 2 (@RainOnFire, @LA Hallucinations) Lowest: 1 x 1 (@mat.overboard) This stings a bit because growing up Goin' Crazy was always one of my top Headstrong tracks, I found it to have this really special quality and thought it was one of her best. Now it's lost a touch of its sparkle though it remains a superior bop on the album. The lyrics are usual teen-pop fodder relating to being head over heels in love with some guy. Right off the bat, Sprocky is already bringing fan drama into this: "Zac Efron teas." Okay, but you deal with the Zac and Vanessa stans when they find out about this. It wasn't before this rate that I learned that this is one of two covers present on the album, the original recording being titled All Eyes on You and performed by Sandy Mölling. However, I don't like that one at all; although the instrumental is practically the same, her vocals are monotonous and the hook is worse. Kudos to Ashley for improving it! "Yessss to this jam!", exclaims tylerc904 who slightly prefers Ashley's take: "I love the original (Sandy Mölling) but Ashley's kicks it up a notch." Conan knew about the cover and doesn't seem too happy about it: "And another rehashed one, again No Angels related. It's included on one of the member's solo albums under "All Eyes On You". " The puzzle pieces just keep popping up! Mölling belonged to the relatively short-lived German girl group No Angels, who I accidentally/tragically confused with Hot Banditoz and I really don't know why. "Gosh I forgot how this was, It’s always turning up on shuffle, but I never looked what the title was, so I never bothered to listing to it willingly", expounds Totto before morphing into Dr. Dre: "The production is poppin'". Many commentators indulged in the 2000s synthpop, early Britney teas they were being served with this one. A "lost Oops… I Did It Again leftover", WhenTheSunGoesDown calls it, and it doesn't appear to be shade! "The dated, stale synth-heavy 00s production is kinda slaying me", admits constantino, who states "the chorus reminds me of early Britney, so go Ashley!" Ultimate queen of pop iheartpoptarts is here to, well, stan for pop. "Something of a circa-2000 pop princess throwback. Not as flawless as it could be, but of course I’m here for it!" Sally_Harper says "This is more like it. I’ve always thought this was very 'early Britney' sounding - if I didn’t know it was Ashley and had to guess I would have said it was a Britney track. I think it could do with a bit more oomph but it’s still very good." A little more oomph would be great. Hazey didn't quite love it: "It's harmless and cute, but yet again it has aged terribly and I could just go listen to so much better from her. There's not a lot of substance, but it's kind of breath of fresh air compared to the rest of this album. I mean I'd bop half-heartedly, I guess." It didn't entrance Plethorya either: "I checked my phone during this and when I looked up it was over. Welp." mat.overboard is just vicious: "Open up the dictionary, go for the letter F, word: FILLER, you'll find the lyrics/melody for this song right there. You're welcome." I just double-checked to see if this wasn't commentary for Positivity, which he rated higher. (1 vs 2, but still.) Elsewhere, headztrong supports his 8 with the claim that "I can dance to it", while a voter with the same score sexercise characterises Goin' Crazy as "Another urban tinged bop!" Queen of urban. Supreme stan LA Hallucinations will play us off now: "What a tune. The chorus just explodes into something massive. Queen of bops."