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What's the story?
Girl power is taken to another level in Ashlee Simpson's single RULE BREAKER from her new, digital-only EP, Outta My Head which also features "Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya)" and "Catch Me When I Fall" from I Am Me. In the song, Simpson takes on the role of bad girl and shouts aggressive lyrics about breaking the rules because she can.
Is it any good?
Although it's titled "Rule Breaker," this single should be more aptly named "Rebel Without a Clue." It's difficult to take the innocuous Simpson seriously when she shouts lyrics like "You don't want no problems/you ain't got no beef!" And, it's hard to pinpoint what exactly she's rebelling against. The fluffier singles on the EP fare better -- with "Catch Me When I Fall" standing out for its refreshing sincerity. "Rule Breaker" doesn't promote a good role model for young girls or a good image for Simpson, and her attempt at falling somewhere between gangsta chick and punk princess falls painfully short.