With Avril Lavigne's Hong Kong concert coming up this Friday, Arista has released a special edition of her second album Under My Skin containing a DVD of interviews, music videos and live performances of the teenage rocker's Bonez 2004 - Eyes tour. With her 2002 debut, Let Go, Lavigne tried to market herself as the bona fide alternative to tarty teen queens Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. Her guitar-pop hits and grunge rock look were welcomed by young fans. In Under My Skin, in which Lavigne teamed up with fellow Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviaszuk, we see her return with her delightfully dour melodies and heartfelt lyrics about loneliness, lost love and fractured relationships. How Does It Feel and Don't Tell Me are two such resonant songs. My Happy Ending and He Wasn't have hit single written all over them. The Ontario native says she has grown up in the past two years. 'I've been through a lot, I've learned a lot, and experienced both good and bad. These songs are about all of that, and each is very personal to me,' she said. As a 19-year-old, Avril focuses her lyrics on teenage love and her songs sometimes tend towards self-pity. But at least Lavigne aims for honesty and reveals her soul. Lavigne has also tried to get more involved in the making of this record, although she has had the help of renowned producers Butch Walker (of Marvelous 3), Raine Maida (of Our Lady Peace) and Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Pearl Jam). 'I was involved in every aspect of the making of this record. I'm very hands-on,' she says on her website. 'I knew how I wanted the drums, the guitar tones, and the structures to be. I understand the whole process so much better this time because I've been through it. 'I'm really picky with my sound.' If you do not already have the original version of Under My Skin, get this special edition to enjoy Lavigne's live performances. The interviews also offer fans a glimpse into the personal world of one of the world's most successful young pop-rock musicians.