There is this club over there, which even has a DJ in the toilet area Pretty cool!JakeP wrote:LOL Small and cosy it is then!
Aww, you will never be done with every man in the world. Otherwise you'll be stick with a woman...nagging you and arguing over the smallest things.
Oh totally Matt Cardle and Syco was such a mismatch. But i recently read that Matt has signed a new contract with Syco which seems kinda baffling. When James Arthur resigned with Syco it was because Say you won't let go was a success, and clearly Simon seized the opportunity to make more money out of the song. Then again, Simon Cowell is just a businessman who imo seems out of touch with what is popular most of the time.
No, i thought Alexandra was great. It was just typical UK media getting their knives out and turning against Alexandra for correctly pointing out that Louis talks a load of rubbish most of the time. Or at least never has anything constructive to say. I really don't get the british media, they are always trying to bring down those who are successful. It's mind boggling, and then people wonder why so few british acts are successful around the world. Well, let's get rid of all the crass british media and we want see things change. That's never gonna happen though.
I completely agree that Lady Gaga is a true entertainer. I just want to see Lady Gaga going back to her roots and making really amazing pop songs. I know so many people loved Perfect illusion but that song really missed the mark for me. I much prefer The cure quite easily. <3
The one good thing these days is that the younger generation do seem to be more tolerant than the older generations who were brought up in an increasingly straight world. We have tv soaps like Eastenders, Coronation street and Hollyoaks that have several openly gay characters. I think these programmes, as well as others, are helping to break down the barriers. So they help serve a purpose. Sadly there are still absolute idiots who have been brainwashed by i suspect by their homophobic parents, grandparents, older relatives etc...and its these people who aren't helping the cause.
Fair enough, don't want to give too much away in advance.
Aww, so happy to see more love for Robyn. I was unaware of her music in the late 90s, or perhaps i did hear one of her songs but it didn't resonate with me? The beauty of With every heartbeat was that it got me more interesting in some of her earlier music. I can thank my friend for that.
S Club 7 played such a big part in my life in 1999. I was at the perfect age to fully love everything about them, plus i was already quite the teenybopper by the time Bring it all back came out. I've always thought S Club 7 had better songs than Steps by comparison.
Ohh no More hated for I gotta feeling. I'm sure there must be other UK Mixers who loved this song.
I actually said to my friend the other day, I will just turn straight. Much easier. I don't think- I just feel like I am so done with men in general, I really don't trust them.
He has signed a new contract with them? That is indeed incredibly surprising! From both sides to be honest, as I doubt Matt is ever going to shift a lot of records anymore. And that's usually the only thing Syco is interested in.
The British media really seems the worst, to be honest. It sometimes feels like they just enjoy to tear people down. It is still so weird to me what happened with Alex. She basically had everything working for her. Great voice, good looking, dance moves, nice personality, catchy tunes. But for some reason, people just started to hate on her.
Ahh, I absolutely loved, and still love, Perfect Illusion. It's such a good song, which always gives me a lot of energy just listening to it. Shits all over The Cure in my very humble opinion.
Oh, absolutely. When you compare it to 20, or even 10 years, ago it has become so much better. Like you said, television programs have helped a lot with that and the general sense and feel has just improved a lot. Which is very good and important. Having said that, I sometimes feel like there is still a long way to go. Not just with straight people, but also within the LGBT+-community, especially when talking about things like internalised homophobia and such.
I think I did like Steps a bit more, compared to S Club 7, but they both released some many pop bops.
While I Gotta Feeling was a slight disappointed, you certainly picked up again with the last three songs!
Sex On Fire is a massive tune, it actually reminds me of my very first job since that song always seemed to be on around that time But it gives me great memories and I still like it a lot. Use Somebody was very good as well, but Sex On Fire always had the edge for me.
Liberty X!! Just A Little is just a perfect pop song. Loved the video, which made the song feel very sexy, and it's just an amazing song to listen to. Even after all these years, again a song that brings back so many memories.
Patience is just beyond gorgeous. What a comeback it was!