Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Lander, Dec 6, 2017.
Did you really say that Anywhere sucks?
Thanks for the update and by "thanks for the update" I mean "your loss"
If the ear-worm ass melody on Kim Petras' Unlock It verse doesn't force its way into your brain and give you absolute life, then there's no helping you.
I like Rita Ora, but how could anyone feel anything from her music? All of it has sounded how a mouthful of crackers tastes, for over half a decade now.
And that's just one instance - see also the chorus of Track 10 (hell, most of the choruses here), literally every second of Porsche, Lucky, etc. There are hooks and melodies all over Pop 2. Just because the production is more steely doesn't mean they aren't there.
"This has no melody!!!!" is the most devoid-of-meaning complaint around here anymore anyway, so
I love the Kylie thread.
"Where are the hooks??!"
They're right there.
"Where are the melodiezzz?!"
Find your ears first.
On a scale from Birthday Cake to Dancing Queen this is right in the middle. The no melodies complaint does not apply here.
I was on the subway in NYC earlier and heard someone singing Die 4. Which one of you was it
Maybe you suck at humming.
Just a thought.
Me before I settled down
Scream at Soundcloud’s algorithm throwing up this messy medley of N1A songs velcroed to the “Barbie Girl” instrumental as something it thinks I should be listening to:
Did it lie though. The “White Roses” bit is it.
Roll With Me over Barbie Girl--- WIG!!
All of a sudden my biggest problem is deciding how I'm going to listen to anything other than this for the rest of my life
Emotional sounds so lush backdropped by Barbie Girl's magic. Babygirl pops off too!
White Roses no longer sounds sad either, HOW?
Actually, from the description:
(They're wrong, too)
It's not bad at all, but it's certainly the weakest from both mixtapes.
Emotional is PURE Gwen Stefani over dramatic excess and excellence and you all need to fine tune those ears.
I got it.
I got it, I got it, I got it, I got it.
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