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A day like today, but 13 years ago, Lady Gaga released her debut studio album. The one that started her pop dominance. I personally love this record. I remember seeing some 'LaDy GaGa' featuring Akon in YouTube and thinking to myself: "so whoever she is thinks is gonna be successful with that name" Since it kept popping, I decided to give it a chance... the rest is history. I want to run down the tracklist and give my opinion on each song. Just Dance (feat. Colby O'Donis & Akon): What a smash, I still get turnt up whenever I hear it. The bridge alone makes me quake. What happened to Colby and Akon, btw? LoveGame: probIably my favorite one in the record. I was desperate for it becoming a single. I think she could've done a better music video but I am not complaining. Paparazzi: what a bop. Gaga referred to fame as if she were thirsty for it back in the day. It's really interesting to see how her perspective has changed. The music video is a masterpiece. Poker Face: and the real slayage began here. The beat, the vocals, the music video, the Great Danes in the music video, the looks, the mu-mu-mu-mah... everything was iconic. Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say): this song deserved a lot more, it's cute, catchy, and the music video is an aesthetic serve. Beautiful, Dirty, Rich: I never could get into this one The Fame: another bop, guitars slap in this one... all we care about is ****ographic girls on filming body plastic Money Honey: back in the day, I really enjoyed this song. I don't come back to it as much now. Starstruck (feat. Space Cowboy & Flo Rida): a bit dated, I mean, it featured Flo Rida. The song is a bop, though. Any Space Cowboy enthusiasts here? He was pretty cool. Boys, Boys, Boys: why in the world this wasn't a single?! It would have been a monster hit. Such a fun song... the line "let's go see The Killers and make out in the bleachers" makes me transcend Paper Gangsta: a bit of the odd one in the album in my opinion. It's a cool track, I liked how it had its little cameo in the Telephone music video. Brown Eyes: I love this one. When I heard it I thought that it'd be great to see her in the future with this type of ballads. She delivered. I Like it Rough: another of my early favorites. Just as with Money Honey, I don't go back to it as much. Summerboy: just like Brown Eyes, she sounds more organic here, I loved the guitars and the melody. Pretty cool song. Disco Heaven: 2020/2021 vibes anyone? How about you? Do you like this album? Which songs do you still visit?