Rank It: “Plastic Hearts” - Miley Cyrus
15. “Angels like You”
So mediocre; there’s not much to say or like in “Angels Like You”.
14. “Gimme What I Want”
Horrible song to listen to with headphones. Honestly, “Gimme What I Want” is anxiety inducing.
13. “Golden G String”
This is the most confusing song to listen to. Confusion is the only word to say.
12. “Night Crawling (feat. Billy Idol)”
This would be the absolute perfect song for a new Halloween inspired movie, but other than that this isn’t Cyrus’ best
This song sounds lost with being on this album. I don’t know what Cyrus was thinking and don’t care to be enlightened.
10. “Bad Karma (feat. Joan Jett)”
It’s so hard to hear past the moaning ad libs, but what a shame, because this song had great potential and amazing vibes.
9. “Hate Me”
Nothing could make me hate Miley Cyrus, but this song is a filler song on “Plastic Hearts.”
8. “Prisoner (feat. Dua Lipa)”
If it weren’t for the radio playing this song too much, this would be higher because of Cyrus and Dua Lipa’s talented voices.
7. “Plastic Hearts”
Intense Cyrus energy, but the perfect song to doodly-cop around the earth.
6. “WTF Do I Know”
Theme song for a rockstar’s existential crisis who, also, refuses to apologize or back down.
5. “Never Be Me”
This is the only emotional song needed on this album; everything is flawless and underrated.
4. “Midnight Sky”
Everyone’s favorite for a reason, Miley Cyrus does girly rock pop best.
3. “Zombie (Live from the NIVA Save Our Stages Festival)”
If anyone questions Miley Cyrus’ vocal abilities, just show them this song to clear up the confusion. Although not Cyrus’ songwriting, this song was written for her.
2. “Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix)”
The only thing better than the original is this entertaining, upbeat remix. Love.
1. “Heart of Glass (Live from the iHeart Festival)”
Best song ever. This encapsulates happiness, passion, anger, and frustration in one song.
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