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Avril Lavigne's Personal Details on "The Best Damn Thing"

March 5, 2007 (4:06 am) GMT
With the approaching release date of Avril's third album, she has opened up more details featured in the album.

Releasing third album titled "" on April 17, 2007 is ready to take off her baggy pants and put on several more various outfits. Claiming she does not have a theme for her new record, Avril definitely is offering a more colorful approach compared to previous albums.

Dr. Luke, Deryck Whibley and Butch Walker are among several notorious names incorporated to engage in this album. of the band has also contributed his drumming demo in this album. Speaking on the making of the record, the newly wed exposes the availability of love songs because it is 'what she is feeling now'. "Of course, I still have my boy-bashing songs, but they're very playful. So the record is really fun and cool and different and honestly, I think it's my best record yet. I can say that with confidence."

The total number of songs included in this album is 15 with the single "Girlfriend" set on top of the release list and scheduled on January 29. However, due to the demanding popularity of the other single titled "Keep Holding On", the release has been postponed yet the video is aired on February 26. For her other new songs such as "I Can Do Better", "When You're Gone", and "Everything Back But You" log on to music.aol.com.

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