I Love You - Amanda Blank
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  • Summary: The debut full-length album for Philadelphia-based rapper who is also involved with the groups Spank Rock and Sweatheart.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 17
  2. Negative: 1 out of 17
  1. I Love You is guiltless fun, just like any proper quickie.
  2. So yeah: good debut, if a bit short.
  3. 70
    It's the challenge of hearing Amanda claw her way through relentless electro barrages in an effort to deliver her heartfelt lyrics, that makes tracks like 'DJ' or the melancholy 'Leaving You Behind' (which is assisted by Lykke Li's haunting vocals) some of the most unexpectedly personable material to come out of Diplo's party-centric clique.
  4. Filthy Philly rapstress ropes in famous mates, but falls short of rap superstardom.
  5. On an album where she's surrounded by dudes (including her pal Spank Rock), she makes being ladylike sound hardcore.
  6. Blank by the numbers, blank’s the result.
  7. A few good hooks, in fact, would go a considerable way toward redeeming Blank's largely forgettable debut, I Love You.

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