The Times: "Why does her music have to be so bad? Born This Way is the album equivalent of a finely cooked meal with a load of tomato ketchup splurged all over it."
Bloomberg: "Sorry, this isn’t an insightful classic that will redefine music."
NME: "She wants to weld physically to her synthesisers as if to create one all-powerful dreadnought of self-empowerment."
Gigwise: "The Edge Of Glory's' throwaway chorus sounds like something Miley Cyrus could conjure up in five minutes."
The Guardian: "The thrilling paradox of Lady Gaga [is] that she can be the most exciting, confounding and mind-bogglingly creative artist on planet pop while still sounding like an early-90s Tampax advert."
The Telegraph: "Gaga goes over the top and keeps on going: exhilarating, exhausting blockbuster entertainment"
Overall: some people like it, some people do not. The latter people are wrong.