Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Elvenpath, Dec 18, 2013.
Where is Xanax?
Oh my god, that's so cool!!
Now do Freaky Friday and Mean Girls too!
Oh god I just know this is gonna make me sob like an idiot - I was obsessed with The Parent Trap ‘98 for like four years after it came out and it’s still one of my favorite Disney films ever. Plus there’s definitely going to be some kind of tribute to Natasha Richardson, and...I don’t know if I’ll be able to handle it.
Also, Elaine Hendrix is perpetually gorgeous. Evergreen queen!
Cant wait probably my fave remake of a film ever.
My mind was blown when I discovered Chessy and Meredith were real life bestys.
Such a shame Natasha wont be there but I'm sure her presence will be felt.
This will make me so emotional I will die.
I used to think Natasha was Princess Diana when I was younger dd. I think her character's style etc. must have been inspired given the era it was made.
This was so sweet, made me happy to see them together again.
I really wish Lindsay still got to do more movies often, Nancy cast her!
Lindsay looks great.
I wonder if we’ll ever get those unreleased Scumfrog & Hex Hector remixes of “Speak”....
EXCUSE ME?! I didn't even know these were commissioned!
Yeah, why is this the first I’m hearing of this?
It's been 16 years. I think it's safe to say the answer is no.
They were for it to be the third single. Then 'First' happened as the Herbie soundtrack single and they scrapped it. Hex & Scumfrog both said they exist.
I’ve previously reached out to both Hex Hector and Scumfrog about releasing those mixes, and they said they couldn’t because of the label
Some people got their Speak LPs and it looks so good!!
Truly hope we get ALMP too cuz that artwork is even more gorgeous.
Hey it looks like the tracklisting is back to normal. That's a relief.
I think seeing this I only just appreciated how much the artwork perfectly encapsulates that sort of post-90s, post-Courtney Love, early 2000s Baby Phat meets Hot Topic aesthetic that just sums up every popular high school girl in 2004 where the lines between R&B and pop/rock were blurred and anything went. A moment in time.
The very last even!
Cool that they included “Magnet” which was a bonus track.
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