33 THE CHER LLOYD DISCOGRAPHY RATE by: @Posh Spears Average: 7.725 High Score: 10 x 12, @berserkboi @CorgiCorgiCorgi @DJHazey @eccentricsimply @evilsin @GhettoPrincess @GimmeWork @Island @Oleander @Posh Spears @sexercise @Slice of Life Low Score: 4 x 1, @One Stop Candy Shop ohnostalgia: 7.25 send photo: 7 Aw, @Posh Spears. Cher did quite well I think? I mean if I'd had my way and Cher'd entered actual life changing pop anthem Swagger Jagger I'm sure she'd have made Top 10, but we can only have so many regrets, can't we? Sirens is very pretty but as I mentioned in her discography rate ultimately there's something about Cher's voice that holds this back for me. I think she's a very young artist who hasn't quite grasped how to emote effectively just yet. Sirens is missing a weight suggested within the lyrics that would pull this to the next level. Maybe on the next album. Oh.. wait. I think I shouldn't have said that. @berserkboi (10) opens with this shady ass comment: "Cher Lloyd actually has a good song??" ~Hi hater, kiss kiss I'll see you later.~ @iheartpoptarts (6) wants a bop but they also trashed Swagger Jagger sooooooooooo: "Let me put this alongside Demi in the should’ve-gone-with-a-banger pile. She had such 10 potential!" ~Count that money, get your game up. You're a hater, just let it go. ~ @kalonite (7.5) brings more faint praise: "This is not as objectionable as I expected. It's not even all that objectionable at all?" ~You can't stop clicking at me, writing 'bout me, tweeting 'bout me.~ But I suppose it's better than @Sprockrooster's (6) no praise: "I am not seeing in this what most other people see it. It is not bad either. Just a bit out there." ~Swagger jagger, Swagger jagger, you should get some of your own~ I think @send photo (7) might've given out payola host points since he LOLed when I asked if he would vote in the Cher Lloyd rate: "This isn’t terrible and I love @Posh Spears dearly." ~Get on the floor, get get get on the floor ~ @Remorque (7.5) is reading my mind, minus the 11 part: "I gave it my 11 in the Cher Lloyd rate, but up against all these other fantastic songs this one doesn’t hold up all that well. Yes, it’s intense, she gives us a great performance and it’s up there with her best, but relistening to it right now, it’s all a bit much…" @A&E (7), however, has an opposite @Remorque expedition: "This is much better than I remembered, such a pretty song, and quite unexpected from Cher at the time." @Squashua (7) forged a personal connection to Sirens: "Cher Lloyd gets a bad wrap but this whole album was extremely high quality. The only thing I find difficult with this is it was on the Zara playlist at a time when personal drama meant this song was a constant reminder of my failures and someone I wanted to forget. It's... difficult but i'll be objective." Aw I'm sorry, I hate when that happens. @DJHazey (10) echos @Squashua: "Cher isn't the greatest vocalist you'll ever hear but I'd fight for her on the stance that she gives every last ounce of passion she has into everything she does. This is testament to that theory because this chorus towers over any thought you might have against it. The moments that I've personally had with this one are what make it mean the world to me. It's such an emotional journey whenever I sing along." Cher: The Emotion Whisperer. @constantino (8) out here acting like he doesn't have A Moment to 2/3rds of every rate's song lists: "ddd NOT be having a bit of a moment to this. I was taken aback. Poor Cher though." I'm curious to see how @sfmartin (9.5) grades Cher's performance in this rate: "This deserved its place on the Cher Lloyd rate but I don't think it will fare well compared to some classics in this rate. I however love it." Here's someone we haven't heard from in awhile, @CorgiCorgiCorgi (10): "People criticize her voice, but damn if she doesn’t sing the hell out of this song." Oop. To make it up to you here's a boatload of comments about her voice. @GimmeWork (10): "“I love that this song actually showcases her amazing voice. Poor Cher, I really wish someone would cut her a break and throw sis a hit!”" I take it you didn't feel Activated? @GhettoPrincess (10): "I absolutely adore this song, it feels like her most personal song. “I am tired, I am older, I am growing weaker every day…. Yeah.” and then that beautiful chorus. Yes Cher! Probably some of her strongest vocals too and I love the music video." Lowkey triggered by the use of #most personal. Oh dear, it's another bad one for @evilsin (10): "This is so fucking soaring! Even if I gave my 11 to Want U Back, I can't deny the brilliance of this." Please don't cry!!!! This one almost got an 8 average? Okay, not actually I lied sorry. @Slice of Life (10): "Deserves more love teebs. Cher Lloyd at her very, very best. I'm still hopeful she'll come through with another album. But if it sounds like Activated then she can keep it." Remember how I liked Activated dddd. And finally @Posh Spears (10): "Beautiful, powerful, heart-wrenching, just so moving. Really showed a different side of Cher and definitely changed some people’s minds about her. The pain and E MO TION in that final chorus, my goodness! Although, had “Want U Back” won like it should have (don’t @ me), it would’ve snatched my 11 in a heartbeat in this rate, sigh. Guess we’ll have to see if my future Lily Allen rate has the right song win. See you then, winner’s rate!" (Like they're not going to ban the next winner's rate after the last two messes).