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  1. I prefer the original, but I could see this being a good tour remix.
  2. BIBO -- that bitch did jack squat to promote that album. I don't know why she recorded an album if she wasn't going to give it her full attention.
  3. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall when her team was deciding what to release as the lead. Like, what was the winning argument for Me! that made everyone, including Taylor go, yeah that seems like the best choice.
  4. It was cute. I liked the fishbowl image and I like the aesthetic of it, but I felt it got way too cheesy for me at the end. I was hoping for something a little more sexy/romantic like Style. I also really like the aesthetic of the video, but I hate whoever is styling her this era. All of her clothes look too big for her and her hair is just bleh. I think only the YNTCD video has been on point in terms of her looks.
  5. I like it more than Reputation, but quite a bit less than 1989. I'm glad she does the sound that she does best -- dreamy 80's synth pop. Cruel Summer, Lover, Cornelia Street, Soon You'll Get Better, Afterglow and Daylight are all my favorites from the album. True to form, she releases the worst song from the album as a lead. I don't know why she does this or what the strategy is, but it's worked for the last three albums, so . . . All in all, I don't think it will be her most memorable album, but it's far from her worst. I think she'll see a Grammy nom for it at least. Rihlease Cru
  6. I was wondering. I had heard Me! on the radio a couple days ago and that line was gone. I didn't know if it was my specific station or something else.
  7. I think it's definitely the best tour of the post-breakdown era. It had a great concept, some great staging, costumes and ideas. She looked fantastic and it gave proper due to the Blackout album. But her dancing and energy is not nearly as good as her BOMT/Oops/Slave/ITZ era tours were. In my opinion, they really should have pushed the album and tour back a couple more months. An album and a worldwide tour less than 12 months after being hospitalized?! That girl did not have a break whatsoever and it really showed later.
  8. The Fame: 9 The Fame Monster (blonde): 10 The Fame Monster (black): 9 Born This Way (standard): 2 (and it's only that high because it makes me laugh) Born This Way (deluxe): 7 Artpop: 4 Joanne: 6
  9. Taylor Swift: 4/10 -- I like it for a debut country album - I would buy it if I was sixteen Fearless: 7/10 -- love this whole photoshoot -- so gorgeous, don't like the font Speak Now: 10/10 - flawless, love the color, the font, everything Red: 9/10 - love this shoot, just wish she wasn't all in shadow 1989: 5/10 -- I don't know why, but this aesthetic just doesn't speak to me. I liked other shoots she did for the era much more Reputation: 4/10 -- I don't like the pic, don't like her hair. I like the concept, but not the execution Lover: 7/10 -- really like the col
  10. International. I love the shoot for that album -- it's one of her best -- so simple and beautiful and fun. South Korea was a close second
  11. International Deluxe Edition, although I love the pics for the Taiwan and Hong Kong editions. Wut even is the Singapore pic? They got jipped. Her team couldn't be bothered and just slapped some rando still from BTMYH video. She looks so bored.
  12. Baby One More Time Baby One More Time E-Mail My Heart Oops I Did It Again Don't Go Knockin' On My Door Dear Diary Britney What It's Like To Be Me Anticipating In The Zone The Hook Up Brave New Girl Blackout Freakshow Radar Circus Phonography Mmm Papi Femme Fatale Inside Out Criminal Britney Jean Til It's Gone Chillin' With You Glory Liar Private Show
  13. Maybe she needs to go a more Beyonce route and focus on an album experience rather than trying to get hits with singles. Or just focus on touring or a residency. There are other ways to stay somewhat relevant and make money as an artist without having to score a top ten hit. I'm not even sure the pop chart landscape at this point in time is right for Madonna.
  14. Fave: Liar atm, You Drive Me Crazy (all-time) Least Fave: Chillin' With you Lovin' the love for Clumsy - that song is so much fun. I've really gotten into this song lately -- good choice! Wish we could have gotten some sort of vid or performance for it. I'd have loved to see what her team came up with back then.