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  1. All the Nicole songs are out I think (most of them are shit unfortunately) but she def recorded 100+ more I want to hear them
  2. What a loser, I’m so fucking done with her (but will still bop to LAMB etc.)
  3. Goldie

    You guys the reunion is happening again
  4. omg hey sis cry6 and yes i know i guess for some reason the other ones need to be there but i am ready for more nicole pussycat HOE slayage mess1
  5. It better be real this time
  6. Get excited, Pussycat Dolls fans! A source tells ET that Nicole Scherzinger is reuniting with the girl group she fronted, which also consisted of Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt. "They've already been in the studio together recording," the source says. "She's very excited." Back in 1995, choreographer Robin Antin founded the popular burlesque troupe in Los Angeles. PCD then morphed into a musical act when Antin negotiated a deal with Interscope Geffen A&M Records in 2003. Source https://www.etonline.com/nicole-scherzinger-recording-new-music-with-the-pussycat-dolls-132792
  7. Goldie

    lmfao1 still an iconic hit
  8. Well to be fair xtincta is huge again now so
  9. Goldie

    Wow look how skinny she was, I bet she wishes she could go back to then, sitting and performing whole songs for her fans
  10. Goldie

    Omg yes sis the album is not perfect but I still think it’s great and can stand on its own in the entirety of Spice Girls discography. I’m listening to IYWHSF now at the GYM OMG MESS1 it’s slaying me Omg don’t get me started on that cheap music video too
  11. Goldie

    omg this song slays, it's so sexy and effortless and the video slays too The opening riffs remind me more of TLC during that time but regardless I have no qualms with this song, the 'holla-holla-holla-holla-holla-c'mon' is kind of 90s cheesy though Real story, I didn't realize this could be a diss track towards Geri until I read it in a news article. I love the bass line in this song though, I wish the verses had a little more oomph to them but I really dig the pre-choruses and choruses, autotune and all OK at first I thought this song was low-key a mess especially with these 5 year old girl dream lyrics but after I saw it performed live you can't help but want to sing the chorus This one needed time to grow on me and I still don't listen to it as much as some other songs on the album but still it's well-produced and the vocals are on point When I first heard this one I confused it with 'Headlines' because I thought it was the single they pushed in 2007 But I think you're reading into the lyrics too much as being against Geri, I think it's a good track that encapsulates the evolving sound of the Spice Girls w this album while keeping the girl power message (despite losing a member) - and Scary's rap is so bad that it's good OMG I love this one too, Baby's vocals in the prechoruses just a fun sexy track, total bop I love this one too, the chorus fucking slays and the way the song drops and builds is just perfect, top 3 on Forever without a doubt These are both horrible, I don't think I've ever listened to either of them in full, because frankly they don't deserve it The intro + Scary's bridge is SOOOOO GOOD, I love this one, but like you said it does run a little long, but I think that is Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis' fault, reminds me a lot of how Janet Jackson songs always had 1.5 min of unnecessary chorus time But otherwise this song is epic for me The least worst out of Weekend Love + Time Goes By + this, it is at least listenable, but 9/10 times I will skip it Iconic, you can see Geri's influence on it even though she was not present, it's beautifully constructed and just essential Spice Girls-sounding, it was incredible to hear this live And a proper Goodbye to Geri + the world being the last track on their last full album So we don't disagree so much in the end, Forever was obviously just the last-ditch effort to cash in on the Spice Girls brand and is therefore way less iconic and impactful than the first two albums (which are also nearly picture perfect) - I just love the urban angle they were able to produce with this album that was so different from what they'd done before. The shit songs include the album is well-produced and very cohesive and has some of their best bops on it
  12. I wish she would've sang You Lost Me too, that is one of my all time favs, but glad she didn't bc God knows she would've ruined it by only singing the first 20 seconds I wouldn't say more than 1 hour of vocals given how many interlude breaks she took and how many times she let the backing track + background vocalists do her job while she penguin walked from one side of the stage to the other in a wannabe dominatrix crusty leotard True that Let There Be Love was literally just 20 seconds of background music while the show ended and you are right about Vanity + Express etc. it was literally just 1-2 lines of each one that segued into Lady Marmalade or whatever the last part of that medley was
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