I woke up at about 5 AM today because my dad was having surgery today, and so my parents and I got everything packed for the hospital and headed up there, and before long they took him back to begin the pre-op process. My grandpa arrived at the hospital right afterward, followed by my grandma (they're divorced), so it was my mom and I sitting with the how of them in the waiting area and things were going pretty great, and everyone was getting along. I got up to use the bathroom, but when I came
Gonna reverse things this time and do it least fave to fave this time!
12. Enjoy Yourself
I feel like I do too much on this album. It has some cute bops, but nothing really stands out here (except My Secret Heart, which stands out as TRAGIC).
While Kylie is far more enjoyable than Enjoy Yourself, it's still a bit fillerish.
10. Rhythm of Love
This is her first album that I truly feel is great. It's just an overall fun an
I know I've shaded Gaga numerous times on here, but I was actually a major stan at one point. I wouldn't say that I had unstanned, but I definitely stopped listening to her nearly as much as I used to. However, last week, I went back through Gaga's albums and found myself slain again, so here we are!
1. Born This Way
Born This Way was one of my first experiences in the "stan world", and it also came out when I was in 9th grade and figuring out my sexuality. This albums has
Her debut album OnlySee will not be included here due to its rarity, as I have not listened to it myself.
1. Colour the Small One
This album is, for the most part, pretty acoustic. I don't wanna be one of those people that complains about an artist getting poppier with their recent releases, but I'd love if she did another album in a similar vein to this one. It's just a beautiful and relaxing album.
2. Some People Have Real Problems
This album is a pr
I absolutely love this album from start to finish, aside from Higher which deserved to never see the light of day. This album is,partly what I expected, and it also partly surprised me. As of now, it's still my favorite record of 2016.
2. Talk That Talk
I love the whole urban mixed with Caribbean feel this album has. It marked a much needed shift from the full out pop that her previous album "Noise" contained, and I couldn't have been happier. Just an over
Like with Madonna, I'm merely doing her studio albums. I know many people here aren't familiar with Tori, but oh well!
1. Scarlet's Walk
Scarlet's Walk is a concept album where Tori sings from the point of view of Scarlet, a fictional character loosely based upon herself. Scarlet's story leads her through the United States, and while learning more about herself tales of US history and society are woven into her life. Religion, politics, tragedy, homophobia among other topic
You never really think you might lose someone when you're still so young. When I graduated high school in 2014, I didn't talk with my friends much because I wanted a new start. Just a couple of months ago, my mom snowed me a name on her computer screen and asked if I knew her because it listed her as going to my high school and being in my graduating class. I said yes, and my mom told me that the girl had passed away a month ago, and that she was reading her obituary. The girl had been one of my
I'm strictly doing her studio albums only, soundtracks and what not aren't included. I'm keeping the descriptions brief for the time being, but I may get more into my thoughts if I do more of these blogs.
1. Ray of Light
Ray of Light, like Kylie's Impossible Princess and Janet's The Velvet Rope, was both an artistic and musical breakthrough. I would've liked to have witnessed that whole era of music first hand. Ray of Light just sounds so beachy, and at times icy to