This is the reason behind Caryn rated the album as not up to the mark.Both these reviews are analyzed by using 3 types of aesthetic perceptions. They are Aesthetic Imagination, Aesthetic Correspondence and Aesthetic Contemplation (Martin Seal). Seal also mentioned the difference between theoretical contemplation and aesthetic contemplation. When you are listening to a pop music in a concert, you just immerse yourself into the music without your notification (Seel 1996b, p. This is aesthetic contemplation. If an album which makes you to immerse into the music like this, that album will surely be a chartbuster. The review written by John Bush is the perfect example for this where as Caryn did not look into Aesthetic contemplation. Theoretical contemplation is something where in you deliberately try to understand the meaning of the song. Definitely, music has a lot to proffer if you really want to enjoy the music without knowing the actual meaning of the music.Normally, when you are listening to music, you will forget all surroundings and thoughtfulness of purpose to immerse yourself into the music (R von Appen, 2007). The melodies, hooks, rhythms and sounds take you out of your normal world so that you will forget everything for a short while. That is what the aesthetics of popular music. You will give up everything and go along with the music.According to Tibor Kneif (1978, p.17), “Of course, rock music always give a chance to enjoy the good aesthetics of music in sensual way, where in you forget aesthetic contemplation. The appeal of the music always depends on the Aesthetic correspondence. Music helps people to perceive and recognize themselves in this esteemed society. Aesthetic Imagination is another. Two Music Reviews of Sorry For Party Rocking by LMFAO.
AllMusic Review on ‘Sorry For Party Rocking’ http://www.allmusic.com/album/sorry-for-party-rocking- r2197467
Kneif, T. (1978). Sachlexikon Rockmusik. Reinbek b. Hamburg: Rowohlt
Rollingstone Review on ‘Sorry For Party Rocking’ http://www.rollingstone.com/music/albumreviews/sorry-for-party-rocking-20110621
Scruton, R: The Aesthetics of Music, Oxford University Press, 1997
Seel, M. (1996a). Eine Ästhetik der Natur, Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp
Von Appen, R. On the aesthetics of popular music. (2007). http://musictherapyworld.net
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