Yeah, they`re marvelous!
Lady Gaga wrote:A Dame for Him
Lady Gaga with a fan in Chicago (August 10th)
New merchandise for the European BTW Ball
Vogue writer Jonathan van meter asks Gaga what she thinks about the rise of "acoustic" music and 21's success vs. Born This Way's
Lady Gaga wrote:Strike a pose
Some of the letdown probably had to do with the fact that Born This Way happened to come out the same season as Adele’s juggernaut, 21, which shot to number one, won every award on planet Earth, and refuses to cede its spot at the top of the charts. The freak-of-nature success of that album has led to all manner of comparison: Adele, not Gaga, is the voice of their generation; acoustic music, soul music, real music—not Gaga’s wall of electronic sound—is what people yearn to hear. Despite the fact that electronic music has, at long last, ascended into the mainstream, it’s still not always taken seriously.
When I bring this up, Gaga says, “Well, I think we both know that acoustic music isn’t better than electronic music. Electronic music requires a tremendous amount of technical expertise—really knowing the mathematics and beauty of music. At the risk of sounding like a snob, if you don’t really understand how to make electronic music, it might be much easier for you to write it off as low-brow.”
No source, found it on ATRL.