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  • LongingHeart
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    Originally posted by TheRealest
    Because R&B > all
    +1 Mmhmmmm!!

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  • TheRealest
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    Because R&B > all

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  • abi
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    Originally posted by Biebz
    That list is also very R&B heavy, you need to expand your genres more
    Well I think it's normal to have a preference over a certain genre of music. I listen to any type of music all the time but my favorite albums always end up being the R&B ones.

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  • biscuits
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    Farewell

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  • theArmy
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    you don't need to anything, you do you

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by Guru

    Actually that's true My male artists collection is limited. Any suggestions.
    Father John Misty <3

    you won't need to look further... just him. He is "a father" afterall... all human kind's father. And father of music.

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  • Biebz
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    That list is also very R&B heavy, you need to expand your genres more

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  • Preyoncé
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    Originally posted by stevyy
    Originally posted by Guru
    For me, the best albums ever delivered by artists are:
    Celine - Because You Loved Me
    Mariah - Butterfly (Music Box comes close)
    Madonna - Ray Of Light
    Whitney - My Love Is Your Love
    Kylie - Fever
    Beyoncé - 4
    Alicia Keys - Elements Of Freedom
    Janet Jackson - Velvet Rope
    u should listen to male artists more.
    Actually that's true My male artists collection is limited. Any suggestions.

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  • EAI
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    Madge is such a bitch

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  • stevyy
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    Originally posted by Guru
    For me, the best albums ever delivered by artists are:
    Celine - Because You Loved Me
    Mariah - Butterfly (Music Box comes close)
    Madonna - Ray Of Light
    Whitney - My Love Is Your Love
    Kylie - Fever
    Beyoncé - 4
    Alicia Keys - Elements Of Freedom
    Janet Jackson - Velvet Rope
    u should listen to male artists more.

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  • oasisbobo
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    If we turn turn turn...

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  • Nippian93
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    ^ Get well soon.

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  • trebor
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    Have no issues at all with Photobucket...

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  • Nippian93
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    I like TinyPic the most but it often does not work well :(, have to stick to Postimage which sometimes does not want to show pictures.

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  • YouMakeMeFeel
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    Originally posted by JSparksFan
    Photobucket disabling third-party hosting has mutilated 98% of the images on my countdowns.

    Who the hell do they think is paying $400 to enable third-party hosting for a year?
    What the heck?? I have been experiencing this myself. ANYTHING I want to post or use, shows the "3rd party message". So annoying.......

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  • Preyoncé
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    For me, the best albums ever delivered by artists are:
    Celine - Because You Loved Me
    Mariah - Butterfly (Music Box comes close)
    Madonna - Ray Of Light
    Whitney - My Love Is Your Love
    Kylie - Fever
    Beyoncé - 4
    Alicia Keys - Elements Of Freedom
    Janet Jackson - Velvet Rope

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  • spiritboy
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    Also add Janet's The Velvet Rope album to that list. It's a masterpiece. Our faves were at the top at their game between 1996-1999. Mariah's Butterfly, Madonna's Ray Of Light, Whitney's My Love Is Your Love, Janet's The Velvet Rope, Céline's Let's Talk About Love and Cher's Believe.

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by Wayne
    As far as female artists go, I've never heard a "better" R&B album than Butterfly - can't believe how much I used to despise it. I simply adore it these days. Can't believe it's 20 years old.
    I dislike about 95% of Mariah's music but "Butterfly" is one of the very few exceptions, it is suprisingly a great R&B album, that along Aaliyah's selftitled and Beyonce's "Lemonade" must be some of the best female R&B albums out there.

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  • oasisbobo
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    I'm sorry that you turned to driftwood...

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  • MusicRecords
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    Originally posted by Hugo
    This need to overshare everything these days is tiresome.
    Yesssss

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  • EAI
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    Originally posted by Wayne
    We Celine fans choose not to entertain the crazies - a bit like the lambs with manuaway (who I have a sneaking suspicion is masquerading as another poster here but I am yet to prove it).
    CelineHit is yall's version of "The Ring"

    And YES. I was reading the MC thread archives from back in 2014 last week, and I noticed that Manuaway sounded super f*cking familiar. I don't know why people didn't catch that right away

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  • Wayne
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    We Celine fans choose not to entertain the crazies - a bit like the lambs with manuaway (who I have a sneaking suspicion is masquerading as another poster here but I am yet to prove it).

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  • EAI
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    Originally posted by Wayne
    ^ Link me? They clearly need some educating.

    As far as female artists go, I've never heard a "better" R&B album than Butterfly - can't believe how much I used to despise it. I simply adore it these days. Can't believe it's 20 years old.
    It's @Celinehit. She's actually not okay in the head And her friend CelineOutsold

    Anyways, this CelineHit character spends so much time "exposing Mariah as a fraud and a flop" and Michael Jackson as fraud with less impact than Madonna.

    Stan twitter is so ugly omg

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  • Wayne
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    ^ Link me? They clearly need some educating.

    As far as female artists go, I've never heard a "better" R&B album than Butterfly - can't believe how much I used to despise it. I simply adore it these days. Can't believe it's 20 years old.

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  • EAI
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    Originally posted by TheRealest
    The Roof is hip-pop perfection.... what other diva had street cred... Your favs could never
    There is a pretty famous Celine stan on twitter that claims it was Celine who started the hip-hop trend in pop music. Which honestly was the funniest thing I've heard

    But yes, The Roof is such a quality song that really deserved an official single release. At least we got a stunning video. Derek Jeter really had her juices flowing at the time
    [youtube:iau42hza]qi5oxzttjgo[/youtube:iau42hza]

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