Album Review: 'Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz' is an Intense Electronic Trip

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Last night when Miley Cyrus ended the 2015 MTV VMA's with a bang, she dropped another bomb on her fans and followers in the form of a new album titled, "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz."

(Stream "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz" Below)

Cyrus ended the 2015 MTV VMA's with a performance of "Dooo It," the first track off of the "Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz" album. It's a high energy "I don't give a f**k kind of track and pretty much is the musical personification of her current state of mind.

While it's pretty intense and crazy it's only one of the songs that follow the high intensity notion.

The rest of her huge 23 track album. What is puzzling is the choices of song titles but Cyrus isn't the only artist who has released songs with titles that seem to be words that are randomly thrown together.

Cyrus' album might be one of the best, psychedelic drug trips you've ever been on. It's well put together and contains a lot of different genres that all combine for something very much unexpected.

It doesn't have many features except for Big Sean, who accompanies Cyrus on "Tangerine," Sarah Barthel of Phantogram on "Slab of Butter" and Ariel Pink on "Tiger Dreams." All of these songs feature an Electronic sound that no one could have seen coming from Cyrus.

"Tangerine" and the other features are quite frankly three of the many standout tracks on the album. "Milky Milky Milk," "Cyrus Skies," "I Forgive Yiew" and "Lighter" are a few more must listens on "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz."

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The use of synthesizers and other outer worldly sounds puts your mind on another planet.

The bottomline here is you're be extremely surprised by what you get which is essentially strange track titles, well done production, shades of Phantogram and CHVRCHES all in one Electronic drug trip that is "Miley Cyrus & Her Petz." Cyrus has sonically surprised us with the free album which can be streamed below or via the official website.

Well done Miley Cyrus.

Listen to "Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz" below.

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