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Stripped from the new wave-ish dance arrangements of One of the Boys, Katy Perry comes across as a charismatic performer with sturdy songs on MTV Unplugged -- and a singer with taste, too, picking Fountains of Wayne's "Hackensack" to cover. She works hard to win over her audience, sometimes leaning a little bit heavily on vocal affectations, but Perry winds up seeming more likeable here than she did on her debut: she's committed to entertaining her audience, and it's nice to see somebody working so hard in an age of slackers.
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
|1||I Kissed a Girl||4:12|
|2||Ur So Gay||4:25|
|4||Thinking of You||4:40|
|6||Waking Up in Vegas||3:32|
|7||Brick by Brick||4:39|
|8||I Kissed a Girl [Video] [DVD]|
|9||Ur So Gay [Video] [DVD]|
|10||Hackensack [Video] [DVD]|
|11||Thinking of You [Video] [DVD]|
|12||Lost [Video] [DVD]|
|13||Waking Up in Vegas [Video] [DVD]|
|14||Brick by Brick [Video] [DVD]|
|15||Bonus Material [DVD][*]|
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