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Liam Payne - LP1 (a terrible pop album, but very effective contraception!)

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by MarlonBrando86, Jan 10, 2016.

  1. Don’t want none unless it’s got buns, hun.
  2. Ready to slut drop my ass to the floor to All I Want for Christmas during Christmas dinner in front of my parents.

    I’ll have them gift me the CD and two bottles of wine first.
    myblood, Wishlight, Andrew.L and 4 others like this.

  3. Odd that they’re releasing this song so early.....
  5. Guess who’s gonna lose his job on Friday for slut dropping on a stack of paperwork?

    In all seriousness, what the fuck is going on with this campaign?
    lushLuck and Deleted member 2097 like this.
  6. I think his team got Dec 25th mixed up with Oct 25th, easily done.
  7. October 25th is actually quite late for an original Christmas music release.
  8. Lea Michele dropped a Christmas track in September and her album is out in October. It just gets earlier and earlier. STOP THE MADNESS.
    Sonny Ammbo and lushLuck like this.
  9. Very typical to release new Christmas music in October.
    lushLuck likes this.
  10. Either they were being smart not including vocals or know it's bad...
  11. 2014

    2014 Staff Member

    Leading your debut pop album with a Christmas song...........
    myblood, Wishlight, Alenko and 12 others like this.
  12. October.
    myblood, Wishlight, stuaw and 3 others like this.
  13. Imagine if the 1Directioners got confused and it sent Mariahs ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ to #1.

    myblood, stuaw, Rob and 3 others like this.
  14. All I can do is laugh.
  15. Loving that concept but they couldn't even send his comeback single in the top80 dddd
  16. Let’s pray this into existence
    superglowy likes this.
  18. All bias aside, this is actual trash.
    Cognitive Dissonance likes this.
  19. This is at the very, very bottom of New Music Friday AU & NZ, the last of 90+ songs. The Spotify playlister is clearly not a fan of Christmas in October.
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