Avril Lavigne - Let Go (2002)

In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, Jake and Blake travel back to Blake’s most heartbroken shifts at the Cambridge Home Hardware and fire up Avril Lavigne’s 2003 debut Let Go. Armed with four massive singles one-through-four on the album, Let Go was a tour de force at the time and feels no less significant in retrospect. Find out more about the changes in writing process (and partners) Lavigne went through to find her sound, how and why she was able to blur the lines between genres, and why Complicated still makes one host so damn sad on this week’s podcast.

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