Thursday, December 4, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
The very beginning of Justin Timberlake...
he received that gay voice gift after that scary moment...
This is how they start!! If you see your children doing this, please bring them to the psychologist cause their Gay lifestyle have just begun.
by Freddy74 at Friday, November 28, 2008
Monday, May 19, 2008
Quite evidently her attempt to court an urban audience after the disco leanings of this record’s immediate predecessor-–whatever 'urban' actually means nowadays-–Madonna’s sidestepping outside of her shimmer-pop comfort zone has resulted in a well-intentioned failure of an album that will be a commercial success regardless of any critical indifference.
So yes, a solid enough album by the standards of most pop tarts, but from the mistress of innovation? Pretty mediocre.
This time, Madonna is just another singer drawing on the chart appeal of Timbaland, Timberlake and Pharrell, which makes this particular piece of candy taste like a sour ball: It's appealing to fans, but it's not for everyone.
Hard Candy is a serviceable and sometimes very good pop album that also happens to be a confusing and even dismal Madonna album.
Overall, Hard Candy lacks subtlety and is overworked and overproduced.
Overall, Hard Candy sounds a bit too much like Madonna’s trying to catch up with the American R&B princesses. Having said that, she holds her own for the most part, and when her own voice shines through, she reminds us why she’s outlasted so many.
by Freddy74 at Monday, May 19, 2008