Scarlett Johansson‘s first CD, Anywhere I Lay My Head, a collection of Tom Waits cover songs, was released this past Tuesday, but critics were not impressed, calling it “fussy and forgettable.” The actress-turned-singer said, “I’m not trying to prove anything on this album. I could never impersonate Tom Waits. I just love his music.” Rolling Stone magazine gave Johansson 2.5 stars out of 5 , writing that “Johansson’s voice is unremarkable and her pitch sometimes unsteady; she’s a faintly goth Marilyn Manson lost in a sonic fog.” The Washington Post went on to say that the Rhino Records album is “ultimately too ethereal for its own good…[each song] is like every other song. Even the ones that sound different.” In other words, it’s lousy. What a shocker. The 40-minute album contains 10 cover songs and one song that was co-written by Johansson and TV on the Radio’s guitarist/keyboardist David Andrew Sitik. Maybe the starlet should stick to the big screen.