Album Rating: 4.0
It's on an iTunes commercial? I haven't seen it yet...but yes it's a very catchy little ditty it seems like he always has to have one of his distinctively "Paul songs" on Chaos it was English Tea, now it's Dance Tonight!
My mom bought this album, and most of the songs are okay. Nice review sir.
"And McCartney's career was much more "successful" ...better is debatable but you used the word successful and that brings to mind sales and chart positions which McCartney wins in, and I'm a bigger fan of John and George but it's a fact that McCartney was more successful."
Yeah, but Paul McCartney has been alive for longer than John has, and Paul McCartney didn't start a revolution did he?
Album Rating: 4.0
My brother downloaded this last night, but I haven't listened to it yet. I heard "Dance Tonight" on a commercial and thought it was pretty decent, then I heard it was the worst song on here..so I think I'm going to like this. Awesome review too.
Which Beatle are you claiming DID start a revolution?
I've heard about half of this album, and every song I have heard has been incredibly boring and MOR, and I find 'Dance Tonight' especially repugnant. Personally, I find it hard to believe that he released this. With a back-catalogue like his, he should feel ashamed.
Dance Tonight is one of the most annoying songs I've ever heard.
Mr. bellamy is great... can easily see it fitting in with Magical Mystery Tour and Abbey Road. I hear some Queen in "gratitude" and "you tell me"... I guess thats what great about it.. He influenced a lot of musicians, and a lot of them has influenced him.
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Album Rating: 3.5
Haha, I love those kind of posters. They always only have one post to their name, and it's a complete fanboy rant.
Album Rating: 4.0
Sorry but I'm heartless and don't know what any of that means.
Have to agree that "Gratitude" starts off a little uninspiring; but that melodic bit that takes over is what makes most of Paul's songs that you don't have much hope for at the beginning, really take off. It's his gift.
But suggesting "Vintage Clothes," a definite highlight and one of the two or three best songs, is part of the "worst section of the album" or however it was put....made me wish I had a Sputnik account to respond.
Ah, and there's the part that was so utterly stupid, incomprehensibly undereducated on 20th century music, that I had to join up just to tell off the poorly-read blockhead who wrote this review-for-morons: Paul McCartney's solo career has been LESS successful than John Lennon's career??? WTF? Are people really supposed to write album reviews while they're on the crack pipe? That's the single stupidest comment I've ever heard in a review, and I'm not forgetting Roy Carr and Tony Tyler's book that praised John Lennon for a PAUL song they thought was great, and smeared Paul's good name to knock a JOHN song they hated. Yeah, your comment was stupider, dude. By light years.
The guy who thinks John Lennon started a revolution.....LMAO!! He tried to incite people to revolt through the power of his celebrity and music, but how committed was he to changing the world and saving us all from the Evil Corporate War Machine?? His son was born, and he closed the door in all of your idealist faces with a resounding "fuck you, revolution's over." That's your political hero! I'd be LMAO even more, if I wasn't so perplexed at trying to figure out why someone would think Lennon was talented enough to write the melody for Paul McCartney's doorbell chimes.