** Forget the cliche 'whatever rap' complaint, I can't stand the chorus with its painful dragging out with awful vocals which ends with an awkward title drop. The verses are a saving grace as they're a break from this.
** Wel een heel matig plaatje! Dan vond ik 'Stereo Hearts' heel wat beter, hoor! En die Travie McCoy... Die ziet er ook uit als een zwerver, niet normaal. Verzorg jezelf eens gewoon, gast! Pfff, die Katy Perry heeft met Travie en Russell wel een vreselijke smaak qua mannen, haha.
** I can't stand Travisesese McCoy and I'm so sick of hearing his voice, and probably always will be now, and Neon Hitch is just as terrible but in a different way. I hate the verses and the chorus. The whole thing is shit. Go away Airplanes wannabe.
** Oh how I long for the days when rapping boys and singing girls songs were performed by a group that made albums together. Not just a rapper/rap group who recruit a singer for a one off. This song is just another terrible cliche of the state of music at the moment. And the terrible use of one artist being used to promote another. Come back Crazy Frog!!!
** I don't care much for the Travie parts, but the chorus is pretty good... until the title of the track is sung. Unnecessary swearing when the clean 'get yourself back home' is sufficient. Didn't deserve a stint at number one when the far superior 'Stereo Hearts' didn't get a chance.
***** I'm finding this improves with each listen. Some of the rap isn't necessary which marks this down a bit. The vocals from Neon on this are good enough. But I prefer Stereo Hearts. 4*<br><br>EDIT: Still great. Upgrading. 4.5* Last edited: 27.07.2012 01:47
*** Not bad but not good at all. I agree with the comments saying that the chorus isn't good, the rap is ok but not good either. Didn't deserve its week at #1. "Stereo Hearts" is a lot better. Last edited: 13.02.2014 09:26
*** The fact I don't hate this and more shocking is that overplay <br>didn't hurt it is quite a miracle really. Somewhat nice if the <br>raps and some of the lyrics are ignored. 3.3. Last edited: 10.09.2014 08:52
**** Wie schon einige andere hier geschrieben haben, finde auch ich, dass die Rapparts klar im Schatten des Refrains stehen. Der recht schön gesungene und melodische Refrain rettet die Vier. Der Rap-Teil ist eher mäßig.