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NoMeansYes
December 7th 2012



1012 Comments


What a true slvt KeĀ£ha is

Tyrael
December 7th 2012



20441 Comments


yah

Wolfhorde
December 7th 2012



11799 Comments


"Fuck yea my parents gave me a Demon Burger t-shirt yesterday so yea BM all day

lol andcas I doubt you've ever heard a real BM album in your life"
Be careful you don't trip over a rainbow, fairyfella.

I mean you listen to artists with names like 'Lights', not satan enuv.

(although you're probably right though)

Tyrael
December 7th 2012



20441 Comments


http://shop.listenable.net/product.php?id_product=1123

It's no Bathory shirt but I think it gets the message across nonetheless

Wolfhorde
December 7th 2012



11799 Comments


Just the thing that for most people bandshirts are only satan on concerts and while they're teenagers or rehearsing with their band or dwelling in whatever dark place. Professional environments call for more subtle hints of satan.
(look at Zack, he's m/ and still 'has style')

Tyrael
December 7th 2012



20441 Comments


Yeah you're right

Now that you mentioned it, I don't listen to nearly enough BM, gotta fix that

Wolfhorde
December 7th 2012



11799 Comments


You don't need a lot, you just need the good stuff. I probably only have like ~10 or ~15 BM albums in my metal playlist.

Tyrael
December 7th 2012



20441 Comments


Lol I have like a 100 or so I can't remember :P

NationalMidnightStar
December 7th 2012



176 Comments


shes got potential but

iridetheshortbus
December 7th 2012



16 Comments


People listen to Ke$ha?

Surette
December 11th 2012



13 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"People listen to Ke$ha?"

yeah lots of people love fun pop music. don't see why that's surprising to anyone.

this is better than Animal.

Killerhit
December 11th 2012



4554 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

HELLO WHEREVER YOU ARE
ARE YOU DANCING ON THE FLOOR OR DRINKING AT THE BAR
TONIGHT WE DO IT BIG AND SHINE LIKE STARS
WE DONT GIVE A FUCK CAUSE THATS WHO WE ARE

WE ARE WE ARE WE ARE (700 motherfucking times)

Killerhit
December 11th 2012



4554 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

please it's better than knowing this exists

Wolfhorde
December 11th 2012



11799 Comments


Oh look at the internet trying to be edgy again.

Anthracks
December 11th 2012



3639 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

what if she's doing it ironically

Digging: Tobacco - Ultima II Massage

ViperAces
December 11th 2012



12358 Comments


why did i comment here?
probably made an extremley funny joke

SamR
December 12th 2012



6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Like Curren$y and A$AP Rocky?

Tyrael
December 12th 2012



20441 Comments


ah

SamR
December 12th 2012



6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Kind of surprised by this review. The reviewer claims the first half sounds like "a shell of what Ke$ha used to be" when most reviewers (and I would agree) say that it's not really a departure from what she did on her first album and its follow-up EP, that it sounds pretty much the same. There's about as many laughably silly lines ("gucci/coochie," that "teenie weenie" part of "Thinking of You") and she sounds pretty much the same. The reviewer claims that songs like "Thinking of You" veer too close to Katy Perry, that its chorus is cookie-cutter, but that's already been Ke$ha's M.O. The only filler track here is "Wherever You Are."

On the second half, she's pretty obviously trying to gain at least some credibility among people who claim to hate her; she ropes in Iggy Pop and members of The Strokes and The Black Keys and here's where it's more varied but also more hit-or-miss (most notable is "Supernatural," which comes across as an imitation of Katy Perry's "E.T.")

Regardless, the writer of this review makes the mistake of taking the lack of Kesha's signature sound as a sign that the album is generic and bland, when it's really not. "Wonderland" and "Love into the Light" are sweet, country-influenced ballads while "Only Wanna Dance With You" is her Strokes collabo where she exclaims "you're all I wanna do." The second half, while not as full of exhilarating club bangers, is more experimental and slow, but even if the songs don't completely display Kesha's personality, they're still good songs nonetheless and they're certainly less anonymous than most of her contemporaries' hits.

So yeah, bad review. Interestingly, the album currently holds a 72 on Metacritic. So.

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



11799 Comments


" lack of Kesha's signature sound as a sign that the album is generic and bland, when it's really not"
And I'm really the emperor of the German World Reich, no really. I am.



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