Sorry for Party Rocking

Sorry for Party Rocking
Sorry for Party Rocking
Studio album by LMFAO
Released June 21, 2011
Recorded 2010-2011
Genre Hip hop, electro hop, dance, electro house
Length 37:15 (Standard edition)
51:10 (Deluxe edition)
Label Interscope
Producer Redfoo, GoonRock, Audiobot, Rami Afuni, Calvin Harris, Party Rock
LMFAO chronology
Party Rock
Sorry for Party Rocking
Singles from Sorry for Party Rocking
  1. "Party Rock Anthem"
    Released: January 25, 2011
  2. "Champagne Showers"
    Released: May 27, 2011
  3. "Sexy and I Know It"
    Released: September 16, 2011
  4. "One Day"
    Released: September 19, 2011

Sorry for Party Rocking is the second full-length studio album by LMFAO. It was released June 21, 2011 physically and digitally by Interscope Records. The album debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 with 27,100 copies sold in its first week.[1] "Party Rock Anthem" was the first single released from the album and was an international hit. The second single was "Champagne Showers" and peaked top ten in Australia and New Zealand. The third single is "Sexy and I Know It" and was released on September 16, 2011.


Release dates

The album was released on June 21, 2011, both physically and digitally by Interscope Records. The album was later officially released in New Zealand on June 17, 2011, four days before the original release and on the 20th physically.[2][3] The album was released on 20 June 2011 physically, then was released in the United States one day after. The album was released in the UK on July 18, 2011.

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[4]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars[5]
NME 0/10 stars[6]
RapReviews (5/10)[7]
The Guardian 1/5 stars[8]

"Sorry for Party Rocking" has received mixed reviews from music critics. The album currently holds a score of 47 out of 100 on Metacritic [9]. Josh Bush from Allmusic gave it a favorable review, awarding it three and a half out of five stars. He said "Although the duo LMFAO boasted Euro-pop synths and unmissable riffs well before their hit with David Guetta, "Gettin' Over You," it definitely didn't hurt to be featured on a world-wide smash that spent quality time at number one in France and the U.K. Their second album, Sorry for Party Rocking, arrives at exactly the right time and includes exactly the right mix of energy and humor, plus a surprising amount of sincerity." They highlighted "Sorry for Party Rocking", "Party Rock Anthem" and "Champagne Showers".[10]

Billboard had said prior to the promotion "LMFAO is, of course, not "Sorry for Party Rocking." But the dance duo's sophomore album is "more refined" and more experimental than its 2009 debut, "Party Rock."

British music journal NME were particularly scathing, giving it a score of 0 out of 10, slating the lyrics and claiming "... LMFAO understood the pain they would be inflicting on the world and did it anyway." Further criticizing the album, Sam Wolfson wrote "... it's not the persistent and aggressive misogyny that is the most soul-destroying thing about the record. Nor is it songs so imbecilic that if you ate a can of Alphabetti Spaghetti you could shit out more intelligent lyrics to a more pleasing tune."

However, some negative feedback have come in about their personal rapping and dance beats through the album. Entertainment Weekly gave it a negative review saying "It's topped off by truly terrible rapping, which often turns otherwise groan-inspiring instrumentals into jumbled, maddening filler."[11] The Rolling Stone gave it two stars out of five. They did have a good compliment saying "MC-DJs Redfoo and Sky Blu turn in some skillful hip-hop", but they also said "but also get seriously stupid, rapping about spanking girls and bathing in champagne, over a cheesy pastiche of Eighties synths and pounding beats."[5]


  • "Party Rock Anthem" was the first single released from the album, released on January 25, 2011. It topped the charts in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.
  • "Champagne Showers" was the second single released from the album, released on May 27, 2011. The single features British singer Natalia Kills. It stands as a top 10 hit in Australia and New Zealand, a top 20 hit in Ireland, Belgium (Wallonia) and a top 40 hit in Scotland and the United Kingdom.
  • "Sexy and I Know It" was released as the third single from the album. The song achieved similar success to Party Rock Anthem peaking top 10 in charts across worldwide charts.

Promotional singles

  • "One Day" was released as the first album's promotional single. The song charted at number twenty-two on the UK Dance Charts and 104 on the Singles Chart.

Other charted songs

  • Although not released as a single, "Sorry for Party Rocking" had charted at number fifty-three on the Australian singles chart, due to strong digital downloads from the album. No music video was released for the track.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Rock the Beat II" (featuring Redline) 1:53
2. "Sorry for Party Rocking"   3:23
3. "Party Rock Anthem" (featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock) 4:22
4. "Sexy and I Know It"   3:19
5. "Champagne Showers" (featuring Natalia Kills) 4:23
6. "One Day"   3:17
7. "Take It to the Hole" (featuring Busta Rhymes) 3:35
8. "Best Night" (featuring, GoonRock & Eva Simons) 4:58
9. "All Night Long" (featuring Lisa) 3:46
10. "With You"   4:13

Chart performance

Charts (2011) Peak
Australian Albums Chart[14] 2
Austrian Albums Chart[15] 11
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[16] 35
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[17] 26
Canadian Albums Chart[18] 3
Dutch Albums Chart[19] 96
French Albums Chart[20] 8
German Downloads Chart[21] 4
Greek Albums Chart[22] 9
Irish Albums Chart[23] 11
Mexican Albums Chart[24] 13
New Zealand Albums Chart[25] 2
Polish Albums Chart[26] 88
Scottish Albums Chart[27] 7
Spanish Albums Chart[28] 91
Swiss Albums Chart[29] 13
UK Albums Chart[30] 8
US Billboard 200[18] 12
US Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums[18] 1
US Billboard Top Rap Albums[18] 3

Release history

Country Date Format Label
New Zealand 17 June 2011 CD, digital download Universal Music
France 20 June 2011
United States 21 June 2011 Interscope Records
Brazil 12 July 2011 Universal Music
Japan 13 July 2011
United Kingdom 18 July 2011 Polydor
Poland[31] 12 August 2011 Universal Music


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