Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by johnoc2006, Jun 28, 2006.
Lisa says it’s one of her favourite songs of theirs! Bold statement
I kinda wish they'd saved The Slightest Touch for this lead single off the hits collection. It's up there with Tragedy and Chain Reaction in levels of reinvigorating an old hit.
Same. Actually gave it the push it deserves. Still not over how it was dealt with (don't think I'll ever be over it).
Justice for The Slightest Touch and To The Beat Of My Heart. We'll never forget you, no matter how many future setlists you're absent from!
I wouldn't have minded a finished Victorious for this campaign.
They literally tossed their best two songs and focused on whatever those Winter ones were… clown emojis
I can't agree with this any more than I do!
The way they treated To The Beat Of My Heart... Can we make them aware that we love it?? Let's start a campaign
We have learned after all these time, when any member other than Claire said certain song is their favourite, it means they got many solo lines on it.
Or.. it's just their new single
It's not even billed as such they've all called it the "new track" as opposed to "new single". I do wonder if they'll perform it at their shows, I doubt we'll get a TV performance of it - any TV slot will probably be used to throw out a classic.
Or…it really is one of her favourites
They've been very good at getting a mix of all their vocals in songs recently. Lee in particular seems to be shining.
Random question but where is the original theatre footage in the megamix from? The new footage is layered in so well I just wanted to see the original.
Why hasn't it been this way ever since the beginning (apart from 5,6,7,8) ? This is something I really don't understand. Is there any explanation?
Loves Got A Hold On My Heart video - at the very end.
Yes, Tim Byrne?
15 second trailer too (might have to watch on YouTube itself)
I can hear Vincent sing over that snippet.
The pitch seems higher than Vincent's version though.
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