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Recke asked Duff what type of music she would like to do, to which she responded: ''"Well, growing up, we listened to a lot of rock music, and I like a little bit more guitar in it."'' So they decided to go about the record with a ''"real band vibe".''
 
Recke asked Duff what type of music she would like to do, to which she responded: ''"Well, growing up, we listened to a lot of rock music, and I like a little bit more guitar in it."'' So they decided to go about the record with a ''"real band vibe".''
   
According to Recke, the album is still pop, but with a ''"little rockier edge to it."'' They wanted to do something that would fit Duff's personality and "something that she wanted to be". Recke made sure that the music was what Duff wanted, as there's ''"nothing worse than an artist not excited to perform it."''
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According to Recke, the album is still pop, but with a ''"little rockier edge to it."'' They wanted to do something that would fit Duff's personality and "something that she wanted to be". Recke made sure that the music was what Duff wanted, as there's "nothing worse than an artist not excited to perform it."
   
 
Recke, Landers and Duff wanted to make ''"not just a record that might appeal to an audience because of her television popularity",'' but they wanted to create a ''"really fun, great pop record that Hilary could get behind personally".''
 
Recke, Landers and Duff wanted to make ''"not just a record that might appeal to an audience because of her television popularity",'' but they wanted to create a ''"really fun, great pop record that Hilary could get behind personally".''
   
According to Recke, the songs on "Metamorphosis" were all ''"molded around"'' Duff. He cited this as the reason why the album ''"feels so authentic".''
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According to Recke, the songs on "Metamorphosis" were all "molded around" Duff. He cited this as the reason why the album ''"feels so authentic".''
   
 
According to Midnight, the album does not contain ''"just a bunch of different songs that don't have anything to do with the others. When you look at the overall roster of songs, they all do fit into a certain context."''
 
According to Midnight, the album does not contain ''"just a bunch of different songs that don't have anything to do with the others. When you look at the overall roster of songs, they all do fit into a certain context."''
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