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  1. Whitney had amazing songs, despite many people saying she had the weakest discography out of her peers. I just think Whitney didnt go into topics as deep as Janet or Madonna and she didnt write like Mariah, but Whitney deserves to be respected for how she took every song put before her and made it her very own.

    From 1985-2009 Whitney released seven studio albums, including one Christmas album, two movie soundtracks and several compliation/greatest hits and box sets. Here, i will rank all nine of Whitney's originally recorded material, even though i think all these albums are great.

    1. My Love Is Your Love (1998)- Whitney sounded full and strong here and it was amazing to see how she managed to fit in with the younger generation in that era with what was the biggest genre at the time, R&B. Not only were its singles literally some of the best in her career, but it also had gems like "I Was Made to Love Him" and the ode to Bobbi Kristina(RIP), "You'll Never Stand Alone"
    2. Whitney Houston (1985)- Her debut really was a great album. She had the vocals that were new and bright and intruging; never before had someone used powerful yet soothing vocals to make pop jams and Whitney's self-title was one of the first to pioneer the young black princess image that Beyonce, Alicia Keys and Rihanna all wore in the beginning of their careers
    3. I Look to You (2009)-Whitney;s last album, this recorded was honestly a good final taste of the legend. She covered almost her entire career style, R&B, pop, gospel and adult contemporary with this release. She sounded worn and lively at the same time and she had so much emotion singing power ballads like "I Didnt know My own Strength" and the title track.
    4. The Preacher's Wife soundtrack (1996)-I was raised with gospel music and Whitney was too, and she seemed all too happy to get to record a full gospel album(which the Grammys failed ton recognize). She soared though the record version of "I Believe in You and Me", got us foot-stomping with "Step by Step", and grunted and fidled through "Go To the rock" and "I Love the Lord", a personal favorite favorite. Whitney also made gospel global, it reached peaks of No.2 in France and topped the charts in SWI, NLD and SWE.
    5. The Bodyguard soundtrack (1992)- I dared to put this lower, but then "i Have Nothing" came on the radio and I could find it in my heart to." I Have Nothing" influenced a generation of vocalist across scores of talent show auditions/performances, "Run to You" and "Im Every Woman" are highlights in Whitney's catalog, and we will always love IWALY no matter how annoying it can get.
    6. Whitney (1987)- This is a good album. Safe, sweet and innocent Whitney belting out heartfelt ballads and giving bops, this is the  Whitney everyone loved.
    7. Im Your Baby Tonight (1990)- Slick R&B tunes, of course the ballada and great visuals, Whitney did a small but apparent evolution, and here she began to crack free of the pure pop princess image that had given her a record seven consecutive chart toppers, for better and worse as we would see. "Miracle" is such an underrated song by the way oprah1
    8. Just Whitney (2002)- I ranked it low along with her christmas album because the GP prefers the other albums better, but this is a solid R&B album. I love "Try It on My Own" and I bop to "Whatchulookinat" and i sing her version of "You light up My Life" on top of my lungs all the time. "With joooooooooooooyyyyyyyyyy" oprah2
    9. One Wish: The Holiday Album (2003)- At 40, Whitney wasnt in the best shape in the public eyes yet she recorded a flawless Christmas record. She sang with power, soul and a maturity that was key. Unless you heard her 80s records, you would have never guessed this woman was doing heavy substances at the time.
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    Writing a toy review was something I always wanted to try, so this is something I'm doing more for myself rather than something I think anyone here will have a great interest in jj2 But here we go...






    This one is OK, certainly a better likeness of Gal Gadot than the BvS version (which was a total butterface and barely even looks like a woman, frankly), but on the other hand the paint apps are really inconsistent - the skin tone on her legs, her chest and her face/arms are all totally different, and now her neck looks way too thick for her body. I do love that they made her lasso a detachable accessory instead of just a molded-on part of her belt, though. I think I still prefer the BvS equivalent overall, but here they are together for comparison. 








    This one I really like. I appreciate that Mattel went with Batman's alternate "tactical" suit instead of just the same thing from BvS again (which they did do for the Suicide Squad line and got a lot of shit for, so way to learn!). All his new gear is nicely molded, but I'm not crazy about the fact that they went with a cheap cloth cape instead of rubber this time around. And on the likeness, I don't think it looks explicitly unlike Ben Affleck, but it could pretty much be anybody. It's slightly better than the BvS version (which this mold is clearly based on) in that regard, and probably actually a bit worse than the Daredevil toy from well over ten years ago rip2 








    The one on the left being the new version and the right being BvS, I definitely prefer the latter. Both look decently like Jason Momoa, but I like the tattooed paint apps and color scheme of the BvS version better, and the articulation isn't as stiff. The worst thing about the new one is his right hand, which is way too loose and it takes some doing to get the trident in his hand in any effective way.








    This one is definitely my favorite in this whole line. Completely new mold, solid likeness of Ezra Miller, articulation isn't stiff. Good job, Mattel!






    Well, I don't know that this one looks especially like Ray Fisher (not that his star has risen enough for him to be recognizable yet anyway), but along with the Flash I think it has the best articulation out of any of the figures in this line. Not a critique of the toy really, but I don't really like how much of his body is robotic rip2 I mean, he's supposed to be a cyborg, not pretty much a robot with a 60% flesh face. Obviously though, that flaw lies with the film's costume designers. He also has an alternate hand, or rather a sonic cannon, which is pretty cool.







    This one is the absolute worst rip2 And that sucks considering Superman is one of my favorite characters. Like...just look at this likeness...




    He looks NOTHING like Henry Cavill, and what's with the creepy glass eyes? I don't even know how they managed to make it this much worse than the BvS version; with the terrible face and the cheap cape, it isn't even close. And worst of all, my toy has TWO RIGHT HANDS! What the fuck, man...?




    Here's the way better BvS version.








    This one is the build-a-figure, and...it's OK. Certainly isn't the worst one Mattel has ever done, and it's a logical character choice. He's detailed nicely enough and I like his axe, but he suffers from the worst stiffness of any of them; when I tried to move his arm at all after putting it on, I thought I was gonna break the fucking thing...

  2. My Unread Books Challenge


    Okay, so I'm not sure how many people are actually interested in reading this, but the thing is, I am a bookworm. Other thing is, I love to collect books and Donald Duck Pockets (<is what they're called here in Holland)

    I count a total of 224 books and 116 pockets in my collection.
    Problem is, I often buy new books, instead of first reading a descent amount of the books that I currently already own. And visiting the library from time to time doesn't really help with that. So right now, I kinda wanna start my own project of reading more of my own books than purchasing them. 

    Right now I haven't read 80 of the books that I own. fall1 LORD, HELP ME!

    It's really confronting to actually see those numbers. I never thought it would be that much, dear Jesus!

    Out of my Donald Duck Collection I've only read 41 pockets out of the 116. 

    Who's interested to follow the progress I'm gonna (try) to make? 

    Disclaimer: I see a ton of books in my collection that I bought when I still went to High School and I actually don't really feel that much of a desire to pick them up and actually read them, but I can't deal with getting rid of them or anything either. I'm already procrastinating. 


    P.S. If you wish to be removed from any future taglists, please let me know!


  3. Hello, Little Luranti



    Today, the Pokemon company revealed another trailer for Ultra Sun and Moon. It basically just recaps - and shows in more depth - the new information revealed in Corocoro's leak a few days ago, but since we haven't yet talked about that, have a look below and then see me after the jump! (The Hi Jump... Kick)


    Ok, so there's only a little bit to talk about here. Firstly, Necrozma's new forms are confirmed - as leaked - to be the same typings as Solgaleo and Lunala were. However, each form gains the new move Photon Geyser. This move will be either special or physical depending on which of the two is your highest stat. In addition the necrotwins get their own Z-Moves that go off of Sunsteel Strike and Moongeist Beam. These are Searing Sunraze Smash and Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom. These moves do massive damage and also keep the base ability of the move; ignoring and suppressing the abilities of the target Pokemon!




    Next up; this little guy returns; the Rotomdex and brings even more features this time. You can now bond with Rotom by answering his questions. His new power; the Roto Loto, allows you to spin his lottery for the chance of gaining some new Rotom Powers. These powers are like O-Powers from Gen Six but seem to be greatly improved with the chances of getting higher level wild Pokemon as well as many of the other returning O-Powers. Finally, Rotom allows you to use two Z-Moves in battle now... but it's expected this is just in-game. A true confirmation will likely be revealed later on. 




    Ok, so that's it for now. There's only so much they can show in Corocoro's limited pages. I feel like the next trailer will have a pretty big reveal and it will come either next Thursday or the one after. And of course, I'll be here to update you all again. Bye! 




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    Completely unrelated to the entry btw, I just love Jeongyeon with all of my heart and wanted a cute gif to start with.

    To cut straight to the point, for the next 31 days I'll be updating this with one new song, not entirely sure why I'm doing this, perhaps just for the kiis of my few months older self finding this and cackling at my current taste, whatever. I'll try to keep it at least half Western/non-Asian so no need to worry about finding exclusively generic, manufactured music you cannot understand here. Hope someone reads it and maybe finds something for themselves too. Also this could probably be posted in Music Mania but I don't want to pollute other sections, this blog is called unwanted opinions trademark sign for a reason.

    Day 1: Kanye West - Guilt Trip // One of Ye's most underrated songs and quite possibly top 5 in his entire discography for me. Immaculate production and the mysterious, heavily edited yet enticing chorus are what grabbed my attention at first and after 4 years I still find them just as thrilling and exciting.

    Day 2: Prince - Lovesexy (starts at 25:14 because he's extra and "artistic vision!!1") // Despite not being hailed as a masterpiece quite as much as Purple Rain or Sign o' the Times, Lovesexy is just as good as its predecessors. It's Prince at the end of his creativity peak and he ended it with a bang - a record that's fun, carefree, sensual but also varied and ambitious. Its title track embodies all that - and more - in a perfect way.

    Day 3: Kelela - LMK // The entire album is great (stream here or, even better, buy there) but nothing has quite topped this for me, def top 10 songs of the year material.

    Day 4: (BP) Rania - Style // Classy... sexy... crazy COUTURE...

    Day 5: St. Vincent - Los Ageless // Her album is sahfjajas amazing and while the closer is probably currently my favourite, I just cannot stop replaying this pre-release single.

    Day 6: Grizzly Bear - Morning Sound // Can't think of anything to say but I really love this sing xoxo.

    Day 7: The National - Abel // As much as I like their recent album, it doesn't have a song which would live up to their greatest achievements, such as this one.

    Day 8: Taemin - Move // At first listen this came off as really stale and uninteresting to me but started working in the context of the more laid back, subtle album. Unlike a lot of his previous songs, whether solo or as a part of SHINee, it doesn't pop off instantly and instead creeps up on the listener more with each repetiton of the chorus.

    Day 9: DIA - My Friend's Boyfriend // After Eunice threw the first brick at Stonewall, she rode her minion to the studio to record this LGBT anthem, quite a productive day for her, I'd say.

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  5. I was making this list for another site since I want to keep track from now on, and as I've done before I thought I might as well post it here too sia2 This list is constructed just from memory really, so there may be a couple of mistakes, and they are ordered by U.S./Canadian release dates rather than the order that I saw them (which would be pretty much impossible to recall).


    1996 (birth year):














    Pokemon: The First Movie
    Toy Story 2








    Pokemon 3
    Monsters, Inc.
    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
    Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius




    Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
    Lilo & Stitch
    Men in Black II
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    Treasure Planet
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers




    Finding Nemo




    Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
    Shrek 2
    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    Spider-Man 2
    Shark Tale
    The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
    A Series of Unfortunate Events




    Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
    Fantastic Four
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    King Kong




    Over the Hedge
    X-Men: The Last Stand
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
    The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
    Deck the Halls
    Rocky Balboa




    Spider-Man 3
    Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer
    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
    The Simpsons Movie
    Bee Movie
    National Treasure: Book of Secrets




    Iron Man
    Hellboy II: The Golden Army
    The Dark Knight




    Monsters vs. Aliens
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine
    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince




    Toy Story 3
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1




    Cars 2
    Harry Potter and the Deathy Hallows: Part 2




    John Carter




    Oz the Great and Powerful
    Pacific Rim




    Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    The Amazing Spider-Man 2
    X-Men: Days of Future Past
    Transformers: Age of Extinction
    Guardians of the Galaxy
    Gone Girl
    Dracula Untold




    Jupiter Ascending
    Mad Max: Fury Road
    The Martian
    Crimson Peak
    Jem and the Holograms
    The Hateful Eight
    Daddy's Home
    Star Wars: The Force Awakens




    The VVitch
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
    Captain America: Civil War
    X-Men: Apocalypse
    Independence Day: Resurgence
    Suicide Squad
    Bridget Jones's Baby
    Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
    Doctor Strange
    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story




    Kong: Skull Island
    Beauty and the Beast
    Power Rangers
    The Circle
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
    Alien: Covenant
    Wonder Woman
    The Mummy
    Baby Driver
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    War for the Planet of the Apes
    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
    Atomic Blonde
    Kingsman: The Golden Circle
    Blade Runner 2049



    #RoyaltyListens #16: Me. I am Mariah. The elusive chanteuse. (2014)  

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    Part 2 of this iconic listening thread sia2 

    1) Cry. - 10/10
    2) Faded - 10/10
    3) Dedicated (ft. Nas) - 8/10
    4) #Beautiful (ft. Miguel) - 10/10
    5) Thirsty - 9/10
    6) Make It Look Good - 9/10
    7) You're Mine (Eternal) - 10/10
    8) You Don't Know What To Do (ft. Wale) - 10/10
    9) Supernatural - 9/10
    10) Meteorite - 10/10
    11) Camouflage - 8/10
    12) Money ($*/..) (ft. Fabulous) - 4/10
    13) One More Try - 10/10
    14) Heavenly (No Ways Tired - Can't Give Up Now) -6,5/10
    15) It's A Wrap (ft. Mary J. Blige) - 8/10
    16) Betcha Gon' Know (ft. R.Kelly) - 10/10
    17) The Art Of Letting Go - 10/10




    The Bodyguard (1992)

    Starring Kevin Costner & Whitney Houston
    Directed by Mick Jackson
    Written by Lawrence Kasdan


    So lately I’ve been familiarizing myself with some of Whitney Houston’s music, and after listening to her music from the The Bodyguard I decided to actually try watching the movie. I had quite a few thoughts about it while watching it so here’s a very sloppy review of 1992’s The Bodyguard!


    Because people are always obsessed with how successful (or unsuccessful) pop girls are at acting, that will be the first thing I want to talk about. Overall, Whitney did really well. I feel like she added some personality to the character, even though I feel like she was playing just a slightly different version of herself. That being said, the script didn’t give her much to do, and the film didn’t really challenge anyone’s acting abilities, in my opinion. There aren’t too many high emotional moments for the actors.


    As a film itself, it isn’t all that impressive. Most of the time the mood and tone of it all felt very flat. Like I said, there aren’t really any high emotional moments, and the entire premise just seemed to be played a little too safe. I think because the entire plot of the film is about a pop star being both followed by a pervy stalker and is being hunted by a hit man, it could have been amped up a bit and made more gritty. I know this is technically a Romance, but even that aspect wasn’t pulled off well. It doesn’t help that the whole film is absolutely ordinary to look at. The cinematography was balls, and it had that typical early 90s grain feel to it, which works for some genres, but just makes this look a bit shoddy.


    Honestly the entire film was rather boring – with one of the reasons being that Kevin Costner is the most uninteresting screen presence ever. But I’ll get to that in a bit.


    I’m going to start running through some of the scenes and plot points that I noted – mostly stuff that irked me – so minor SPOILERS ahead.


    Whitney Houston plays a pop star/celebrity by the name of Rachel Marron, which is by far the dullest name for a star. Kevin Costner’s character’s name is Frank Farmer, which is dumb so I’m just going to refer to him as Kevin Coster. But I digress. One of the main issues for me about Rachel is that there is hardly any build up of character. It’s never really established if she’s both a pop singer and an actress. It seems like acting is her main schtick, since half the songs she sings in the movie are related to a fictional movie-within-the-movie; but she also just sings "Run To You", which Kevin Costner watches the music video of in the film. Her entire celebrity just isn’t explained. I feel like she’s supposed to be like, the biggest star in the world, but I couldn’t really feel it, tbh. She’s also a mother to the worst actor in the film a little boy, yet it’s never established or even inquired as to who the father is, which I feel like is a bit of information that would eventually slip at some point. Rachel just isn’t a fleshed out character.


    At the beginning of the film, Kevin Costner is hired as Rachel’s bodyguard and drives to the gate of her mansion. Her doorman is literally an imbecile and everyone is so messy and inattentive I’m surprised she isn’t dead yet. All of her intercoms/doorbells look like garbage, too. Isn’t she supposed to be famous? Y'know, with money? When Kevin Costner arrives they’re rehearsing for a music video – in her house, which is ridiculous. Rachel’s initial reaction to him is one of intrigue, although she doesn’t really seem to like him all that much when his bodyguarding gets in her way and annoys her. While performing at a club, she gets knocked off the stage and the crowd attempts to crowd-surf her without consent (IN WHAT UNIVERSE would a famous artist of this caliber have such shit management & security team) and after Kevin Costner pulls her out and drives her away, she asks him out the very next day. This man is so uninteresting and plain-looking. His main beverage of choice is orange juice – like, at every hour of the day, he wants orange juice. This guy is such a dweeb, I am not convinced Rachel would be into him. Whose type is “Kevin Costner” anyway? Ech.


    Anyway, he takes her on a date to see fucking Yojimbo and they have a drink at a country bar. (Actually, he has one beer and she has water. Yawn.) I actually enjoyed this scene a bit, cause it’s about the only real moment where they have some time to build chemistry. They dance to some 99 cent version of "I Will Always Love You" – did they even try to get Dolly’s version? – and they go back to Kevin Costner’s basement house or whatever. Rachel swings around a blatant phallic symbol katana like a fucking idiot, and they have sex. Kevin Costner is supposed to be an uptight, “don’t mix work with pleasure” guy, but after minimal flirtation he just gives in and swirls it up. What a weak bastard. He doesn’t even try. And through all this I still don’t see why she likes this guy. At all. And then they get into a fight, and at a huge party later on, she flirts with the ugliest guy to try and get back at him. They couldn’t find a more appealing person? Holy shit.


    Some more shit happens. Whitney is absolutely terrible at lip-syncing her songs and Kevin Costner drinks more damn orange juice. (this is such a stupid quirk that is never explained)


    This movie is absolute garbage at trying to recreate Hollywood. All of the other Best Actress nominees look like plain housewives, and the actual Oscars ceremony is lowkey shitty and messy. So many things just didn’t make sense to me. Rachel is there because she’s nominated for Best Actress (for what I’m assuming is a movie called "I Have Nothing") But, the titular song is also nominated for Best Song. Except, some Rachel wannabe performs it during the ceremony while she’s backstage – which make no goddamn sense because if they already had Rachel there they would have taken the opportunity to have her sing it. It’s her song after all. And then Rachel also announces the Best Song award, and I’m quite certain the Oscars would not put a singer of one of the Best Song nominees as the announcer.


    There also seems to be a glaring continuity issue. Early in the film, I’m quite certain it is established that Rachel is up for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her part in "I Have Nothing". The announcement is shown on TV while she sings the titular song. As I said, "I Have Nothing" ends up winning Best Song at the Oscars later in the film.  However, when she wins Best Actress, she wins for "Queen of the Night" – a song she performed earlier in the film in a scene that made it seem like it was a new song/music video she was releasing. But it’s a film now? What?


    Anyway. She wins Best Actress, the fugly guy she was flirting with earlier attempts to assassinate her but Kevin Costner stops it all. The movie ends on a freeze frame that is not deserving of a freeze frame. 


    Thank you! That’s it.

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    @Frozen how are you doing? Are you being the HBIC in charge like I told you? Are you making these hoes pressted?1?1 Are Ash in My wig and Them mass downvoting you? If so good. Continue to spread impact and talent across the forum. The Lounge, HOW, NHB everywhere. You are the only one talented enough to do it. 

    I’m currently typing this while drinking a Pina Colada on the beach. I’m here in Hawaii with my boyfriend. He’s a lawyer, so he has money. I hope everyone is enjoying fotp, I hope everyone is ok. 

    Sincerely, knickoleritchypearlpelhear.jaypeg

    • I started off by heading to Madison Square Garden for a fan Q&A with Peter Capaldi. Some of the questions were really difficult to answer on the spot ("With everything going on in the world today, what advice would the Doctor give?"), but he did the best he could. I never got to know him as well as his predecessors because my interest in Doctor Who dipped around the time that he was cast, but I'm still going to miss him nevertheless. He was so charming and obviously thankful for all of the support from his fans. They played a video at the end of his fans all around the world thanking him for what he brought to the character and the show and you could tell how much it touched him.
    • I stuck around MSG for the Pacific Rim: Uprising panel and changed into my costume and got a closer seat while I waited for it to start. I forgot pretty much everything that happened in the first movie, but this was still one of the highlights of the day. They premiered the first trailer, which was mind-blowing, but not before warning us that they would drag us out of the arena United Airlines style if they caught us trying to leak anything on our phones. Then they played a hilarious homemade video from Charlie Day where he attempted to come up with jingles for the soundtrack. John Boyega was perfect and everything I hoped he would be in person. I feel like I have to change my set on here to something John-related, which might make him the first male AVI I've ever had.
    • After the Pacific Rim panel I went to the Javits Center and wandered aimlessly around the show floor for ages. There was so much stuff to see and even though I was up there for hours I still probably only saw a tenth of it. There are so many booths, exhibits, and vendors and it's impossible to fully appreciate everything unless you stay for the full four days. The coolest attractions were probably a dragon from Middle-Earth: Shadow of War that you could climb and take a picture riding it, a full Alex Ross gallery (one of my all-time favorite comic book artists), a very secretive Star Wars: The Last Jedi booth inside of a spaceship with previews of the new movie with a line that wrapped around the whole place, and Spider-Man and Justice League virtual reality games. There were so many posters, toys, collectibles, comics, books, clothes, and it was easily the most merchandise I've ever seen in one place at a time and that's saying a lot since I went to the Mall of America earlier in the year.
    • I ended up not doing any celeb photo ops, even though I really wanted to do at least one. My dad was kind of a party pooper at times which limited what I could do, so next year I'm definitely saving up money to go all four days with my own friends. He treated it like going to the mall and didn't want to go to Madison Square Garden with me for either of those panels and whenever I expressed interest in something he thought was too nerdy or weird he got judgey and kind of made me feel bad for being interested in it. He probably spent 75% of his time just sitting on a bench or on the floor. There's this company called YogaQuest that gives interactive yoga sessions where they tell a story and there are ones for Star Wars, Doctor Who, etc. and I was curious to see what it was like but he had no interest. In the future if I just go with my friends I won't have to worry about my family judging me for coming out of my shell which they tend to do, and it will be a lot more fun to be with my friends who are my own age and understand the con spirit. Also, this is totally a liberal event (some might even describe it as "SJW" even though I hate that term so much) and it was kind of awkward having my Trump supporter dad there. There were lectures for things like Black Lives Matter, feminism, LGBTQ representation, and mental health in comics which actually seemed super interesting but I missed out on all of it. I felt like I could have been much more uninhibited if I had just gone with school friends or gone alone and met up with online friends. I just want to be young and free and have fun without worrying about getting judged or having my dad try to call me out for having attitude or keep texting me asking where I am.
    • I spent about $150-200 on my costume and it was still one of the cheapest ones there by far. It didn't look nearly as cool as I had hoped. I was with a Black Panther and a Jean Grey who both looked excellent, though. I'm already going to start saving up for next year so I can raise my budget and get the full experience of having passes for all four days, staying in a hotel, doing photo ops, going to afterparties, meeting new friends, buying merch, and having a killer costume. I'm talking coordinating a couple/group theme and getting a professional photographer to shoot us, because I saw a lot of those today and I was just awestruck wishing that was me. Some people think this is extra and my family doesn't understand the thrill of it at all but I'm seriously considering getting into cosplay and designing and creating my own legit costumes and makeup. So many people went all out and looked like they just walked off a movie set, and that's my goal for next time. Also, the vast majority of the cosplayers had amazing bodies so don't let anyone tell you that it's just a bunch of out-of-shape nerds doing it; it was honestly the perfect fitspo so maybe I will start lifting in preparation for whatever I go as next year. rip4 The best part of the whole experience by far was people-watching and seeing all of the amazing costumes. They were so creative and it just made me happy to see so many people getting along and bonding over something that has always resonated with me, and openly celebrating something that might get them bullied elsewhere.
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    Welcome to the archive for FOTP's Holy Trinity, her first season!

    Because I wanted to keep everything nice and pretty, here's a cute scoreboard with everyone's stats! Hannah her impact.

    If you'd like a more detailed look at everyone's progress, you can go to this link where you can see a spreadsheet of everything that went down during the season! creep1




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    Once again, thanks to everyone who played! And to my talented judges @Hannah, @Sylk and @Chapman.! wub1

    See you all next season, which should be soon-ish, yes!


  9. Kylie and Madonna stans should overlap more, in my humble opinion. They're pretty similar artists in that what I like about both of them is their extensive discography of thematically different albums. Obviously, I am an expert on both (it's sarcasm, I promise) so I decided I would compile a list of Kylie albums to listen to based on Madonna albums that you may like. Let's start with the most obvious comparison:


    Ray_of_Light_Madonna.png      Kylie_Minogue_Impossible_Princess.png

    Ray of Light ---> Impossible Princess

    The Experimental One

    If you like the more experimental electronic sound of Ray of Light, Impossible Princess might be your Kylie album! While more trip-hop and a bit darker than ROL, it's Kylie's most experimental album and the one she wrote the most songs on, and her writing is quite impressive if you ask me. Also fun fact, Madonna said that Don't Tell Me from Music was inspired by Kylie's Cowboy Style from IP, which is an EXTREMELY fun fact if you ask me!


    Bedtime_Stories_Madonna.png       Kylie_Minogue_-_Body_Language.png

    Bedtime Stories ---> Body Language

    The R&B One

    Maybe it's my bias cause each of these are my favorite album by the two artists, but I do think Bedtime Stories fans will see the merits in Body Language as well. BS is more 90s r&b while BL is more 2000s r&b, but they're both each of the artists most cohesive albums musically. While I don't want to say definitively "if you like one, you're sure gonna love the other one!", I do think they could be good jumping off points for one another and both worked for me as vessels to get into each woman's discography.


    Confessions_On_A_Dancefloor.jpg       Kylie_Minogue_-_Fever.png        Kylie_Minogue_-_Light_Years.png

    Confessions on a Dance Floor ---> Fever OR Light Years

    The Early 2000s Disco Album

    Amazing that Kylie put out two, right?? Disco queen! I include both because I personally prefer big anthems like Your Disco Needs You over quiet the repetitive Can't Get You Out Of My Head and even though Fever is probably more similar to Confessions, if you're like me and Fever just doesn't quite do it for you, Light Years is a fun alternative (I know, unpopular opinion). Before I say anything else that could be bad let's just move on!


    Erotica_Madonna.png       Kylie_Minogue_-_Kylie_Minogue.png

    Erotica ---> Kylie Minogue (1994)

    The Super 90s Album

    I first want to say that when I say "dated" I don't mean it in a negative way. Something can sound quintessentially 90s and have that be the best part of it. That's how I feel about these 2 albums and why I think of them similarly. While not her first controversy, Erotica was Madonna's super sexual album that really stirred the pot for women in pop music lyrically and KM94 was Kylie's first non-PWL album and a huge break from her previous sound, so I'd consider both to be big turning points in their careers. If you're interested in sultry 90s music and Erotica is your Madonna album of choice, KM94 might be a good album for you! And even if not, just listen to Confide In Me it's so good I promise


    MDNA_Album_Cover.png       Kylie_Minogue_-_Kiss_Me_Once_(Official_A

    MDNA ---> Kiss Me Once

    The Messy Album

    Again, not a bad thing. I know both albums get a lot of hate but I honestly highly enjoy both quite a bit. One of my favorite things is cringy music by otherwise talented artists and these albums definitely work for me on that front. I figured I'd mention them for anyone that's like me that likes this kind of stuff, but I also understand if you like neither, that's ok too!


    True_Blue_Madonna.png       Kylie_Rhythm_of_Love_cover.png

    True Blue ---> Rhythm of Love

    The Fun Early Album

    I definitely use the word "fun" too much to describe music, but what can I say? Girls just wanna have fun! These albums are both generally upbeat and boppable. If you're looking for an early discography highlight, these are definitely good picks, and what do you know? Their both the artists third album! Rhythm of Love is more disco inspired 90s pop whereas I'd call True Blue an 80s pop album, I do think fans of one would enjoy the other.


    I couldn't find matches for all of the albums that I liked, so sorry if you didn't find your fave on here, but I wanted to add this one for shits and gigs:


    LikeAVirgin1984.png       Kylie_Minogue_-_Enjoy_Yourself.png

    Like a Virgin ---> Enjoy Yourself

    These albums have a lot in common: both are each artists worst album, both are their second albums, and I've never been able to listen to either in full. Similar icons! Although it should be noted that LAV has 2 iconic songs that are more than listenable please don't hurt me


    So...yeah, I was bored and thought this would be fun. If you have any other comparisons you'd like to share, I'd love to hear them!

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    " this is a story about a dumb bitch (me)"


    " there once was a dumb bitch who wanted to know more about his fave"


    "he wanted to know why Vevo didn't upload the dark child remix mv"


    "so then he got on google and he searched up why"


    "then he saw a thread on a website called exhale/breathe heavy he thought it was a porn website"


    "but then he saw that it was a forums website so he opened it"


    "he then decided to make an acc cuz it looked cool"


    "and after 6 months of being a good hoe"


    "this group of trolls came by and were shitting on britney"


    "so some random hoe called one of them a fag"


    "then they got triggered and asked me what I thought of it and if I was offended"


    "I said idk I'm not gay so I'm not personally offended but if I was I wouldn't really be"


    "then that SJW son of a bitch said I hated gays and made a big deal"


    "so after ruining like 5-10 threads with this petty drama"


    "i upvoted a post which told the SJW to play in traffic so then when they found out they spam reported me"


    "they played the victim and said I was sending them death threats"


    "they told like almost everyone on the forum so then I got banned for 1 day & my content was moderated for like 1 or 2 months"


    "that bitch didn't get anything even though he was calling me  illiterate, homophobic & made fun of my religion"


    "so after waiting 2 months for it to finish"


    "some bitch said Britney would fuck up the Superbowl when the rumors came out so I quoted her and said Britney isn't retarded she knows it's a big deal"


    "a giant meltdown happened & i was spam reported again (cuz i said the word retard)"


    "The warning said it'll finish in 7 days"


    "so after waiting like 1 month and a half"


    "i messaged the admins and told them it's been a month please remove it"


    "the cunts didn't answer so i emailed them again they still didn't answer so i was like fuck this shit


    "and that's when i realized it wasn't exhale it was exHELL"




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    Week Three Summary

    Seven songs from last week return for this weeks chart. After two weeks, Zayn has finally been dethroned from number one as his song, Dusk Till Dawn, drops to number four. The number one spot is taken by a new entry, Demi Lovato's new song, Sexy Dirty Love. Little Mix maintain their spot at number two with Private Show, however Love Me Like You continues to fall and lands at number seven this week. Katy Perry is definitely having a good week on the chart as she has three songs appear this week. Witness rises seven spots and lands at number three, Roulette rises three spots and lands at number 5, and Dark Horse makes its debut at number thirteen. Ariana Grande has two songs on the chart this week as Thinking Bout You falls four spots and lands at number ten and her collab with Cashmere Cat, Quit, debuts at number six. Astrid S continues to cling on for dear life as her feature on the Blonde song, Just For One Night, debuts at number 15. Will next week be the first week without an Astrid S song? I guess we'll find out!





    Sexy Dirty Love

    Demi Lovato

    Peak: 1

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Private Show

    Little Mix

    Peak: 2

    Weeks On The Chart: 2





    Katy Perry

    Peak: 3

    Weeks On The Chart: 3




    Dusk Till Dawn

    Zayn feat. Sia

    Peak: 1

    Weeks On The Chart: 3





    Katy Perry

    Peak: 5

    Weeks On The Chart: 2





    Cashmere Cat
    feat. Ariana Grande

    Peak: 6

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Love Me Like You

    Little Mix

    Peak: 2

    Weeks On The Chart: 3




    Take Me

    Aly & AJ

    Peak: 8

    Weeks On The Chart: 2





    Zara Larsson

    Peak: 9

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Thinking Bout You

    Ariana Grande

    Peak: 6

    Weeks On The Chart: 2




    Learn To Let Go


    Peak: 11

    Weeks On The Chart: 1





    Noah Cyrus 

    Peak: 12

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Dark Horse

    Katy Perry feat. Juicy J

    Peak: 13

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Bodak Yellow

    Cardi B

    Peak: 14

    Weeks On The Chart: 1




    Just For One Night

    Blonde feat. Astrid S

    Peak: 15

    Weeks On The Chart: 1


  12. So over the past year, especially since the Witness era started, the question I hear a lot on and offline is "why are you a fan of Katy Perry?" I could give you the cliche answer and give you videos of how she really does have vocal talent and sales and yada yada but let me just give you the real reason why I would dare stan someone as "problematic!!1!1!" as Ms. Katy Perry.

    Her music means the world to me. When people are out there calling her music trash or horrible or just flat out making fun of it, it does hurt my heart a bit since her music has helped me get through a lot of hard times in my life. When Teenage Dream was released, I was just a freshman in high school. I had my small group of friends but I still felt like a huge outsider. I remember going home, turning on my iPod Touch and blasting Teenage Dream, ET, Pearl, The One That Got Away and Not Like The Movies. Those were my five favorites off of the album btw. Even though two of those songs are more on the sadder side, they still found a way to cheer me up when I was having a bad day. Those bad days were pretty much every day. I would watch her interviews and performances and her off beat personality always put a smile on my face. To this day, I remember watching her TOTGA performance on The X Factor and just falling in love.

    Prism was released my senior year and much of the same happened. I ADORED that album. I would find every excuse to listen to it. I even got in trouble during class because I tried to hide one of my ear buds and listen to Ghost in class. By this time I had found my niche in school and things were a lot better for me, but I still had my bad days and Katy still found a way to make it all better with her music.

    Now lets get to Witness. This summer was a really rough summer for me. There was some serious family stuff that I was having to deal with, and it all hit the fan during a family vacation. I remember sitting in the pool, alone, and just singing Witness in my head. To be more specific, the bridge. To many, this album aged like milk and they never even listen to it. People say it gives them cancer, that the album is shit, Katy's a flop, etc. But when I was at my worst these past few months, Witness was able to take my mind off of things for a short while and take me to Katy's world a bit. This album means the absolute world to me, as does all of the songs on the album.

    I know everyone is entitled to their own opinions. Obviously I know people aren't going to like Katy and the material she releases. I'm not saying you have to. But the next time you ask "why do you stan _______?" maybe remember that this artist holds a special place in that persons heart. I'll always love Katy and I will always support her, no matter what she does, who she marries, what her music is like. Katy, Ariana, Little Mix, all of my faves have helped me in ways that people just couldn't. So for that, I am eternally grateful to them and will always love them.

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    ... no need to ask


    hes a smooth operator


    the only redeeming feature about my body is my collar bones is that a bad thing? 

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    For those who care! brit9

    Note: there's some 'meh' albums here that I have just for the sake of having brit9




    ABBA - Gold

    Adele - 21

    Adele - 25

    Ariana Grande - My Everything (Deluxe)

    Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman

    Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman (Deluxe)

    Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman - Vinyl

    Avril Lavigne - Let Go

    Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin

    Avril Lavigne - Let Go / Under My Skin

    Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing

    Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing (Deluxe)

    Avril Lavigne - Goodbye Lullaby

    Avril Lavigne - Goodbye Lullaby (Deluxe)

    Avril Lavigne - Avril Lavigne



    Beyoncé - I Am... Sasha Fierce (Deluxe)

    Beyoncé - Lemmonade

    Bonnie McKee - Bombastic (EP)

    Britney Spears


    ...Baby One More Time (Deluxe)

    Crazy (The Stop Remix) [Single]

    Oops!... I Did It Again

    Britney / In The Zone

    Greatest Hits: My Prerogative (Double Disc) 

    B In The Mix, The Remixes

    Circus / In The Zone

    Circus / Blackout

    Circus (Deluxe, UK)

    The Singles Collection

    Femme Fatale / Circus

    Femme Fatale (Deluxe)

    B In The Mix, The Remixes, Vol. 2

    Oops! I Did It Again: The Best of

    The Essential

    Britney Jean (Deluxe)

    Glory (Deluxe)

    Glory - Vinyl

    Bruno Mars - Doo-Wops & Hooligans

    Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox (Deluxe)



    Christina Aguilera - Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits

    cupcaKke - Cum Cake

    cupcaKke - S.T.D

    cupcaKke - Audacious



    David Bowie - Best of Bowie

    David Guetta - Nothing But The Beat (Ultimate Version)

    Demi Lovato - Unbroken

    Demi Lovato - Demi

    Demi Lovato - Demi (Deluxe)

    Demi Lovato - Confident

    Demi Lovato - Confident (Deluxe)



    The Flaming Lips - The Flaming Lips And The Heady Fwends



    Gwen Stefani - Love. Angel. Music. Baby.

    Gwen Stefani - Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (Deluxe)

    Gwen Stefani - Love. Angel. Music. Baby. - Vinyl

    Gwen Stefani - The Sweet Escape

    Gwen Stefani - This Is What The Truth Feels Like

    Gwen Stefani - This Is What The Truth Feels Like (Deluxe)



    Halsey - Room 93 (EP)

    Halsey - Badlands (Deluxe)



    Iggy Azalea - The New Classic

    Iggy Azalea - Reclassified



    Katy Perry - One of the Boys

    Katy Perry - One of the Boys - Vinyl

    Katy Perry - MTV Unplugged

    Katy Perry - One of the Boys (Tour Edition)

    Katy Perry - Teenage Dream (+Dream On)

    Katy Perry - Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection

    Katy Perry - Prism


    Tik Tok (Single)

    Blah Blah Blah (Single)

    Animal (International)

    Animal (UK)

    Animal (Deluxe, JP)

    Animal - Vinyl

    We R Who We R (Single)


    Animal + Cannibal

    Animal + Cannibal (UK)

    I Am the Dance Commander + I Command You to Dance: The Remix Album

    Animal + Cannibal: The Remix Album

    Die Young


    Warrior (Slipcase)

    Warrior (Deluxe)


    Warrior (Deluxe, JP + Deconstructed)


    Kylie Minogue - Where The Wild Roses Grow (Single)

    Kylie Minogue - The Best Of



    Lady Gaga


    The Fame

    The Fame - Vinyl

    The Cherry Tree Sessions (Single)

    The Fame Monster (Deluxe)

    The Fame Monster (Deluxe, JP Digi-pack)

    The Remix

    The Remix - Vinyl

    Born This Way (Single)

    Born This Way

    Born This Way (Deluxe)

    Born This Way - Vinyl

    Born This Way: The Remix

    Born This Way: The Collection


    ARTPOP (Deluxe)

    ARTPOP - Vinyl

    Cheek To Cheek (Deluxe)

    Joanne (Deluxe)

    Lana Del Rey


    Video Games / Blue Jeans (Single)

    Born To Die

    Born To Die (Deluxe)


    Paradise - Vinyl

    Born To Die: The Paradise Edition

    Born To Die: The Paradise Edition - Vinyl


    Ultraviolence (Deluxe)

    Ultraviolence - Vinyl

    The Interview


    Lust for Life

    Lily Allen


    Smile (Single)

    LDN (Single)

    Alright, Still

    Alfie (Single)

    It's Not Me, It's You

    It's Not Me, It's You (Special)


    Sheezus (Special)

    Sheezus - Vinyl



    Madonna - The Immaculate Collection

    Madonna - Celebration (Deluxe)

    Madonna - Rebel Heart (Deluxe)

    Marilyn Manson - Portrait of an American Family

    Marilyn Manson - Smells Like Children

    Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar

    Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals

    Marilyn Manson - Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Vally of Death)

    Marilyn Manson - The Golden Age of Grotesque

    Marilyn Manson - Lest We Forget: The Best Of

    Marina and The Diamonds - The Family Jewels

    Marina and The Diamonds - The Family Jewels - Vinyl

    Marina and The Diamonds - Electra Heart (UK)

    Marina and The Diamonds - Electra Heart (Deluxe)

    Marina and The Diamonds - Electra Heart - Vinyl

    Marina and The Diamonds - FROOT

    Marina and The Diamonds - FROOT (Digi-pack)

    Marina and The Diamonds - FROOT - Vinyl

    Melanie Martinez - Cry Baby

    Michael Jackson - The Essentail

    Miley Cyrus - The Time of Our Lives

    Miley Cyrus - Can't Be Tamed (Deluxe)

    Miley Cyrus - Bangerz (Deluxe)



    Nicki Minaj - Next Friday (Beam Me Up Scotty bootleg)

    Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday (Deluxe)

    Nicki Minaj - Roman Reloaded

    Nicki Minaj - Roman Reloaded (Deluxe)

    Nicki Minaj - Roman Reloaded - Vinyl

    Nicki Minaj - The Re-Up

    Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint

    Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint (Deluxe)

    No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom

    No Doubt - The Singles







    Try This

    I'm Not Dead

    I'm Not Dead (Tour Edition)


    Funhouse (Tour Edition)

    Greatest Hits... So Far!!!

    The Truth About Love (Deluxe)

    The Truth About Love (Fan Edition)

    The Truth About Love - Vinyl


    The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell - Vinyl

    The Pussy Cat Dolls - Doll Domination 2.0





    Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded

    Rated R


    Loud (Deluxe)

    Talk That Talk 

    Talk That Talk (Deluxe)


    Anti (Deluxe, short digi-pack)

    Anti (Deluxe, tall digi-pack) 



    Sia - This Is Acting (Deluxe)



    The Veronicas - Hook Me Up

    The Veronicas - The Veronicas



    High School Musical

    Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical (Original Cast Recording)

    NTWICM 40


    (I have DVDs too brit9)

  14. i wrote this over a few days. i feel like they belong as a single song but i wrote them as two separate songs.


    the first half is the most recent addition i made, its the part i wrote as a different song than the original last half.


    tell me what you think.


    I wanna be with you
    But you make it difficult to love you
    Your insensitive jokes
    They just go too far
    Yet i always end up forgiving you
    I don’t know why i always do
    But I fall for you every time I see you
    I want to be forever but
    We can never become one
    But I don’t want to say goodbye forever
    I promise myself i wouldn't cry
    But I don’t like the thought
    That i may never see you again
    I promised myself that i would be stronger
    But i can’t help myself
    But fell this one-sided love
    If i never see you again
    I hope that the you have loves you
    And their young little lights burn forever


    I've been thinking on how i should ask you
    So I wrote this song
    I just don't know if you know that it's about you
    I've been in love with you from the first moment I met you
    I love your freckles, your short hair
    And oddly, your sense of style
    But I don't know if you'd love me back
    You joke around but my heart can't take that
    I really want to be with you
    But I don't know if I'm "your type"
    Of if we're doomed to remain less than friends
    I want things to be special
    But the way you messed with her heart
    It's just not right
    She felt a black hole in her heart
    She felt her heart crumble into a thousand little pieces
    She liked you too
    But you found out
    And you "politely declined"
    I could tell she really fell for you
    Possibly more than I did
    This is an open letter
    To a boy that I wish I could be with
    To a boy that shattered my best friend's heart
    You said no but soon enough
    You decided you suddenly liked her back
    You just don't do that with one's heart
    Especially someone like her


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  15. These are always fun to read so I decided to make my own! gaycat1

    All cds unless stated otherwise! 


    Ellie Goulding


    Bright Lights


    Halcyon Days


    Halcyon (vinyl)

    Delirium (vinyl)



    Bring Me To Life (cd single)

    The Open Door



    Florence + The Machine




    HBHBHB (vinyl)




    Badlands (blue vinyl)

    HFK (Teal/clear vinyl)


    Lana Del Rey

    Born To Die

    Born To Die: The Paradise Edition



    Born To Die (Vinyl)

    Ultraviolence (Vinyl)

    Honeymoon (Red Vinyl)



    The Immaculate Collection

    You'll See (cd single)

    Frozen (cd single)

    Ray Of Light


    Confessions On A Dancefloor


    Rebel Heart

    True Blue (vinyl)

    Confessions On A Dancefloor (Pink Vinyl)

    Rebel Heart (Vinyl)


    Marina & The Diamonds

    The family Jewels

    Electra Heart (deluxe)

    FROOT (signed)

    The Family Jewels (vinyl)

    Electra Heart (Vinyl)

    FROOT (Diamond White Vinyl)



    Laundry Service

    She Wolf



    Then we have the less extensive collections

    Adam Lambert - For Your Entertainment

    Grimes - Art Angels

    Paloma Faith - A Perfect Contradiction

    Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster & Born This Way

    Cheryl Cole - Only Human

    Thirty Seconds To Mars - A beautiful Lie

    Fifty Shades of Grey

    Years & Years - Communion

    Sugababes - Taller in More Ways

    Kate Bush - The Whole Story

    Sia - 100 Forms Of Fear

    Britney Spears - Blackout

    Carly Rae Jepsen - EMOTION

    Frank Sinatra - Nothing But The Best 

    Amy Winehouse - Amy

    Rihanna - Anti & A Girl Like Me

    Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing & Goodbye Lullabye

    Kylie Minogue - Body Language

    Kesha - Animal

    Katy Perry - One Of The Boys 

    Girls Aloud - Out Of Control

    Charli XCX - Sucker

    Taylor Swift - Red 



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    Lady Gaga

    1. The Fame
    2. The Fame Monster
    3. Born This Way
    4. Artpop
    5. Cheek To Cheek
    6. Joanne (deluxe)


    David Bowie

    1. Blackstar 
    2. The Next Day (deluxe)
    3. Earthling
    4. Outside
    5. Low
    6. Station to Station
    7. Young Americans
    8. Nothing has Changed (with two CDs)



    1. True Blue (reissue)
    2. Like A Prayer
    3. Erotica
    4. The Immaculate Collection
    5. Celebration



    1. Debut by Björk
    2. 1989 by Taylor Swift
    3. Live Through This by Hole
    4. Greatest Hits by Queen
    5. Born to Die by Lana Del Rey
    6. The Soundtrack of Jackie Brown
    7. Whitney by Whitney Houston
    8. Spice by Spice Girls
    9. Spiceworld Spice Girls
    10. Mariah Carey at MTV Unplugged
    11. Music Box by Mariah Carey


    Soon to be added

    1. Confessions On A Dancefloor by Madonna
    2. Ray of Light by Madonna
    3. Music by Madonna
    4. 1999 Remix by Madonna
    5. Changesbowie by David Bowie
  16. Trying out something new where I just post the music I've listened to in the day

    (UTC 16:00 Wednesday to 16:00 Thursday)

    Albums / EPs :

    Image result for lady wood tove lo

    (11 plays) 

    familiar with this alberm already. Just randomly felt like listening


    Image result

    (13 plays)

    First listen. Boring


    Image result for janet jackson damita jo


    (21 plays)

    Despite being quite familiar with some of the songs it's probably only my 2nd listen.

    The first half definitely got my strawberry bouncing, whatever that means.

    A bit weak around the middle but otherwise solid!

    Definitely underrated among fans!


    Image result for with the music i die

    (9 plays)

    Discovered this early this year. A great listen and some of the bops are VERY strong dance tracks!


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    (5 plays)

    First listen. Some parts are cool but overall it doesn't do much for me

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    yes very talented alberm some great bops on it just discovered this week

    (18 plays)

    Image result for kanye west my beautiful dark twisted fantasy

    (13 plays)

    First listen. It was kind of disappointing since I was expecting something epic almost at the same time it was very expected since it sounded very Kanye.

    Nonetheless a great album



    Image result Bliss by Tori Amos (1 play)

    Image result for ariana grande jason's song Jason's Song (Gave It Away) by Ariana Grande (1 play)

    Image result for native invader Cloud Riders by Tori Amos (1 play)

    Image result for reputation taylor...Ready For It? by Taylor Swift (6 plays)

    Image result for holding on dannii Holding On by Dannii Minogue (1 play)

    Image result for discipline cover janet Rollercoaster by Janet Jackson (1 play)
    Image result for armor on dawn richard Bombs by Dawn Richard (2 plays)

    Image result State of Grace by Taylor Swift (1 play)

    Image result for on a mission katy b Katy on a Mission by Katy B (1 play)

    Image result for girls aloud something kinda ooh Something Kinda Ooooh by Girls Aloud (1 play)



    Total plays: 105

    Favorite Album: Damita Jo

    Favorite Song: ...Ready For It?

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    Anyone who listens to radio or follows popular music in the slightest (or, I guess, enjoyed 2008 Disney Channel) knows the name and voice of Demi Lovato. The 25 year-old singer, whose sixth LP, Tell Me You Love Me, comes out later this month, already has a decent array of hits under her belt -- among them "Heart Attack," "Cool for the Summer," "No Promises," and more. But despite her pop influence, listening to 2013's Demi was my first time sticking with Lovato's music for an entire album. I'd also like to preface this review with the notion that I'm not the biggest fan of pure pop music, so some of my feelings about the record may be more a result of personal preference than technical imperfections. As a whole, Demi is a solid pop album. I didn't feel a story being told throughout, and jumps from tracks like the spare, heartfelt "In Case" to the much more boisterous "Really Don't Care" are questionable, but, thematically, I appreciate the way Demi juggles both a carefree persona musing on love and hookups as well as a more somber outlook reflecting on abuse and hardship. Musically, there's a number of good songs on this record. My favorite by far is "Shouldn't Come Back," a heartfelt acoustic track rich with feeling. "In Case," too, is successful in its solemnity, while tracks like "Fire Starter" and "Without the Love" are among the album's best pure pop tracks. My biggest issue with the album, however, is its production. Demi, despite whatever unfair criticisms may come from being a "Disney kid," has a powerful voice, and there were points during this album where the blaring, made-for-radio, pop instrumentals bothered me because of how they obscured Demi's vocals. "Neon Lights," for example, is annoyingly EDM, and "Nightingale," despite being one of the less dressed up tracks on the album, would benefit so heavily from a more stripped back production. Some of the tracks are flawed without regards to production (the way Demi drags out "hurt" in the chorus of "Never Been Hurt" is simply confusing), but I feel like this album might find some strength in a more alt-pop production for some of its tracks. Personally, Demi's voice is one I'd most like to hear in an alternative setting, anyway (which is probably why I so enjoy the track "Stone Cold" from 2015's Confident), so, naturally, I enjoyed this album less than someone who digs in-your-face pop. Demi is undoubtedly skilled, and with a more alternative sound and more lyrical maturity, this album would probably be a winner. I do appreciate, though, the handful of good tracks on it, and I'll be sure to check out Tell Me You Love Me when it drops in a few weeks.


    Shouldn't Come Back, Fire Starter, In Case, Heart Attack, Without the Love, Made in the USA, Something That We're Not

    Never Been Hurt, Neon Lights, Two Pieces, Really Don't Care

    DEFINITELY NOT          PROBABLY NOT*          MAYBE          PROBABLY          DEFINITELY
    *I might revisit tracks like "Shouldn't Come Back" or "Fire Starter" from time to time, but as a complete body of work, Demi simply doesn't do much for me. If anyone has any Demi recommendations that are more like "In Case," "Shouldn't Come Back," or "Stone Cold," let me know!

    You like radio-friendly pop with attitude and strong vocals, as well as a fair share of deep, personal lyricism.