Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Elvenpath, Jan 25, 2017.
Yep, it's still trash to these ears as well. All the punch and energy of the original removed.
I must be the only person that prefers the single edit of Lifetime To Repair
It's not a banjo, it's a fiddle. The edit is a lot more country.
I still can't stand it either. I hope if it's on the new collection it's the album version. Also, let's have the album version of Breathe and the full length Confide please.
The album version of Breathe is amazing but now it just seems like it’s on 33 1/3 rpm rather than 45rpm
It’s irritating that we never got the single mix of Dancing in HQ.
The single edit is great, although I wish they kept the singing in the chorus.
I know what you mean! All about the single version these days myself. Just a masterpiece of a song though.
What a beast of an era Golden was. So much content! She really delivered, both sonically, visually and on tour. Our queen showing the big pop girls how it's done.
I love Pete Burns.
I prefer it too. I find the chorus in the original pretty poorly produced and the single version makes it quieter with more melody. It sounded very odd the first few listens cause I'd heard the original so much so it felt like it turned to an instrumental version during the chorus. Then I got used to the single edit and enjoy it a lot more.
Raining Glitter has been the most unfairly judged track I think. It was a terrible decision to put it out as a preview track. We were looking to see if we were getting anything actually interesting out of the "country" concept musically after the gimmicky strumming, and the track was basically the epitome of that over a conventional disco Kylie tune. A pity for the bad showcase because the song is actually massive.
I think it's more than fair to call "Dancing", "Stop Me From Falling", "A Lifetime to Repair", and "Raining Glitter" as BIG Kylie songs. I love Golden. The single edit of "Lifetime" really sucked the life out of it though, didn't it?
Raining Glitter is great.
I prefer the original:
We call that talent borrowing from talent in this house!
Stop Me From Falling has just reached 16 million views on Youtube
It was the best video of the campaign.
This should have been a top ten hit! One of her catchiest tracks and was perfect for summer
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