The Lady Gaga Rate (Haus Labs now available)

Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) is a song that I LOVED when it first came out, but I don't care for it much anymore. I'm glad she moved on from that type of sound.

I'm completely okay with "Fashion!" leaving now, since I gave it a 7, even though it wasn't expected at this point.
I agree that the production is amazing and the song is quite a journey, but still think that it doesn't work that well as a whole. For example, the chorus sounds a bit off melodically and the verse-chorus transitions could've been much better. The middle-8 and onwards is excellent, though. And I love that "Marry the Night" reference.
I'll check out the demo, maybe it's better than the final version.

Either way, "Fashion" (2009) is superior to all her other songs that have 'fashion' in their title.

Also, "Fashion of His Love" being the final 'fashion' song standing (and still being in) is questionable.

Edit: That "Fashion!" artwork is 10/10, brilliant and hilarious - bravo, @Subwaykid!
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Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)
Aww... a really undeserving elimination.

"Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" has to be Gaga's most adorable song - like I've mentioned in the commentary, it's super carefree and light with incredibly cute vocals, delivery and lyrics. Really, what's not to like?

And while I complained about sone of Gaga's somgs being too saccharine, "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" just does it perfectly and I've always had a soft spot for it. My synesthesia keeps me seeing different shades of pink and nothing but pink while listenkng to the song (can @Phonetics Boy relate?), which kind of justifies the cuteness. It received a 9,75 from me and was this close to getting a 10, only because the ultimate highlights are slightly better than it.
I can see how it can feel a bit weaker and less sufficient to voters when comparing it with the grand hits from her debut (which isn't the case with me), but it's definitely an outlier (not only on the album, but her career) and there is so much worse left here.
Not the elimination I was hoping for at all and I'm a bit sad to see it leave.

Also, I have to laugh at the 'first single out' discussion; we had "Anything Goes", "Til It Happens to You" and "Million Reasons" all eliminated before "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" and almost no one pointed that out.
Maybe that speaks for itself about those songs, hehe.