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Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines Crosses The Finish Line As His First Number 1 Album In The US!

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Robin Thicke knows you want it for sure now! And by "it," we mean his album! Uh, what did you think we meant?

There's officially nothing blurry about it. Robin has made everyone get up to buy Blurred Lines, as it just became the number one album in the US! His first!

This might be just the news Robin's looking for, seeing as he will probably need all the money from his album sales to fuel his $500k a year weed smoking habit!

He's like a seksi Willy Nelson the amount he spends on Mary Jane! Talk about an animal needing domestication!

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6 comments to “Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines Crosses The Finish Line As His First Number 1 Album In The US!”

  1. Lisa Cortney says – reply to this


    It's The Colbert Bump… Right, Nation!?

  2. Default Setteen says – reply to this


    While we stand upon the precipice of world war three and our every breath under surveillance we can be proud that corporate media has reduced us to over sexualized idiots.

  3. CourtneySucks says – reply to this


    Egotistical Timberlake wannabe. Remember "When I Get You Alone"? Yep, this guy's a moronic perverted sell-out.

  4. I says – reply to this


    Meh. I like Blurred Lines. I look at it for what it is. A silly summer hit that will be forgotten by next summer when the next silly summer hit comes along. As for it being derogatory to women? Well, the music industry glorifies a lot of things that are far more derogatory to women than this album. Chris Brown for instance.

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  6. @v@ says – reply to this


    So, how far will the next artist have to go to get sales? Slippery slope for cash, imo.