Metamorphosis (Hilary Duff)

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==Critical Reception==
==Critical Reception==
Bob Cavallo said he expected "Metamorphosis" to sell ''"a couple of million [copies] ... [i]f the pixie dust flies the right way".''
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic wrote the album, ''"is what teen pop should sound like in 2003... a very good modern bubblegum album"''; he said that it was influenced by Avril Lavigne but that Duff ''"has a sweeter, more appealing voice than Avril, and the rest of the record follows her cheerful charisma, resulting in a charmingly effervescent listen".''
However, Slant magazine said that Duff ''"has decided to ride the Avril wave"'' and noted that, like Lavigne, Duff enlisted The Matrix to produce and write some of the tracks.
Blender magazine called the album ''"a masterfully executed tour through contempo mall-pop, '80s new-wave bubblegum and girl-power affirmations".''
USA Today named it the tenth worst pop album of 2003, writing: ''"Note to all young, modestly talented singers: Stay in school and you won't wind up on worst-of lists before you're old enough to vote."''
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