Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by johnoc2006, Jun 28, 2006.
Christ those vocals are flat as a pancake.
Well yes, but imagine the song with Steps' magic touch
I love Last to Know. One of my most played songs ever!
Well done MB. It won't let me tag on here though.
It's not quite as bad as the design on the tote bag! What I would say though is it's on the small side - I won a size small but it's more like an XS. So if anyone's ordered I'd suggest going a size up.
The transfer definitely looks way better than that tote bag we saw.
Oh god this fills me with dread!
Love that Jade from Little Mix said she’s been listening to Lisa Scott Lee, Billie Piper and Girls Aloud during lockdown on hits radio!!!
Michelle providing some more Steps promo on Juice!!
Is there anyone still looking for Steps tickets for London? I have 3 tics that I can transfer my name onto someone else. I’m coming from out of the country and I don’t think I’ll be traveling anytime soon. I don’t even think the show will be cancelled either. Send me a message.
Lee’s recording vocals for Pt. 2 today. I hope they utilise him well, I’m really enjoying hearing him more.
And I'm the same. If the likes of Heartbreak In This City and the confirmed covers go, as a Lee fan, I hope they don't go backwards with his vocals.
Can't wait to hear more of his blocals. One of my favourite things about their post 2017 comeback has been Lee finally getting his chance to shine. He has a lovely tone to his voice and really compliments the girls when he harmonises with them.
That being said.
The term blocals.
Are they just vocals from Lee only?
Or vocals from both Lee and H?
Or a term to be used interchangeably.
When the term was "created", I've always took it as vocals just from Lee.
It was to mean male vocals. Probably the only time H has been referred to as blokey!?
Is the Tears vinyle that bad regarding the audio ?
Yep, they both sound pretty terrible unfortunately.
Yeah, just play the CD underwater instead!
Shade they never considered remaking them.
Lee created the term, or at least announced it in an interview, but it was meant to mean both male vocals.
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