“Applause” received many positive reviews from music critics. For your father’s day gift i got you another year or not having to pay for my wedding mug. Chris Richards from The Washington Post described the song as “an electro-pop street that Gaga searched for somewhere in the voice of Annie Lennox and David Bowie”. He wrote: “It’s good. Even better can clap lightly. Because while a lot (too many!) Gaga’s songs have been composed to promote a child’s self-esteem. this song has publicly stated that she needs what all other superstars need to survive “.  Erin Coulehan of Rolling Stone wrote about her review: “Built on synths that changed constantly,” Applause “brought fans back to” The Fame “and Gaga sang about her being There is little evidence of the Gaga’s 80s Rock era developed for her 2011 album “Born This Way”. “Applause” is what is needed of a disco song and a song with a simple message “.