Sorry for Party Rocking



        Somehow, LMFAO broke through onto mainstream radio with their sophmore effort. This album is not Mozart, heck, it isn't even Manilow, but if you just want to listen to some cheesey club music, it's not all that bad.

        I gave this album an honorable mention on my list of best albums of 2011. Simply because while half of the album's songs are catchy, dance friendly songs rife with cheesey lyrics, the other half are just plain terrible.

        This album will continue to be a guilty pleasure for most people, finally unseating the Black Eyed Peas for most guilty of guilty pleasures.