April 04, 2011 12:00 PM


I Am the Dance Commander + I Command You to Dance

This club-savvy set, subtitled The Remix Album, reboots hits like “We R Who We R” (which is actually better here) and “TiK ToK.” Ke$ha’s cool quotient gets a boost from Andre 3000 on the “Sleazy” remix. []


Only Trust Your Heart

The eternally classy Warwick celebrates her 50th anniversary in the music biz by bringing her understated style and elegance to Sammy Cahn’s songbook. Guess we’ll forgive her for being on The Celebrity Apprentice. []


Give the Drummer Some

On his uneven solo debut, Blink-182’s drummer enlists a who’s who of hip-hop, from Lil Wayne and Kid Cudi to Snoop Dogg and Ludacris. Best is the funky “If You Want To,” featuring Pharrell and Lupe Fiasco. []


High Maintenance

Only three of the five songs on this EP from the iCarly star score high: the Avril Lavigne-cowritten “Dancing Crazy,” the Rivers Cuomo-assisted title track and “Sayonara,” which has her making like Britney on “Toxic.” []

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