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Lady Gaga - Chromatica

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by mindtrappa, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. G.U.Y the video is the definition of great outifts, beautiful outfits.

    Messy and beautful in equal measure, much like it's parent album.
     
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  2. I appreciate and acknowledge the raw emotion behind the video, but that doesn't make it a good watch. I wanted to throw my computer as soon as Andy's Teletubby sun showed up.

    Anyway... I still think "Babylon" is such a weird closer.
     
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  3. G.U.Y starts off good and then delves into a total mess. However, all the looks in the Hearst Castle are great and for Gaga standards it had solid choreography.
     
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  4. Just listened to Love Me Right in full and oprah_ilikeit!.gif - except for the fadeout. It’s literally the only song on Chromatica that has one, which makes it even more noticeable.
     
  5. Yeah it almost feels like it wasn't finished and they didn't care to go back and finish it, so they just did a fade out dd.

    Despite all of the relatively short song lengths, the only ones that feel too short to me are Sour Candy and Love Me Right.
     
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  6. As much as it might make the majority here wince to hear it (er, read it), I do think Fun Tonight would work really well as a single. It has one of the most big radio friendly melodies on the album and because the track is... completely unexciting and sort of middle of the road pop, it would probably be a good bet to keep her Hot AC audience around. And I imagine Interscope wants them to stick around.
     
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  7. Her Mariahisms are hella strong on “Love Me Right”
     


  8. Babylon video idea.
     
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  9. I am shook at Pitchfork liking this, but I’ll take it.
     
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  10. R92

    R92

    This is really about to be her most acclaimed album...

    [​IMG]
     
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  11. After four days Plastic Doll seems to be the skippable one for me. It's a little Ally, but it doesn't equate to the fun we got from those songs, and very try hard in point.
    Alas, I like the experience of listening to the whole album at the moment, so there's nothing facing the chop (chop chop) yet.
     
  12. Ma ma pe pe perfect meta critic!
     
  13. Until they review Born This Way for the 10th year anniversary and people will actually see that it really is her best album (and will never be topped).
     
  14. Actually let me update this and say I'd love a keyboard and drum machine version a la Allie X's Analog Version of Super Sunset. A pared down version to really highlight it's wonderful melodies and her voice.
     
  15. Ugh, these reviews. The thing is, as people have noted, there is a real progression to her song-building here that really could've sat among - perhaps even above - her best, but the extra-palatable production and shitty drops really drag everything so far down. I love Fun Tonight because it feels like a progression from her melancholy The Fame b-side pop ballads, a la "No Way", which makes the production feel cute and appropriate despite not being exciting. It also has the only drop that really works.
     
  16. I would too, I'd also like to hear one of Sine From Above.

    This album has grown on me a lot in the past couple of days.
     
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  17. The last time she did this was with Born This Way
     
  18. In semi-related news, can the full Norbert Schoerner shoot leak please?
     
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