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  1. Americunt

    Discussion

    Nope. This thread was meant to compile information from prior to the album's announcement. Adding anything further is a moot point.
  2. Americunt

    Celeb News

    She just posted two more snippets of this song on her Instagram story. Homegirl is practically gonna give us the whole track as snippets.
  3. Americunt

    Celeb News

    I don't even consider Mitch to be part of her family at this point. He treated her like a money machine instead of a daughter. The fact that he has full control of her estate is probably one of the biggest injustices of the whole situation.
  4. Americunt

    Celeb News

    Quite intentional. I have part of the signature box blocked on my end, which increases the available space to 300 pixels.
  5. Americunt

    Celeb News

    The dude who scrobbled it had access to the files from the initial hack, so nope!
  6. Americunt

    Celeb News

    Queen of reusing song titles! "Cinnamon" was scrobbled by a reliable insider way back in 2011 and was speculated to be a concept demo for Radio, at the time. Guess she's forgotten about that, like she did with that "Starry Eyed" song from the hospital.
  7. Pre-order went up today! It features six songs that were not on the original deluxe version of the album, two of which were released earlier this year. The new song "Loyal" is an instant grat track for the pre-order. 1. Evolution (feat. Samuel L. Jackson) 2. The Architect 3. Guilty 4. Crybaby 5. I'll Be Gentle (feat. John Legend) 6. Politics of Hope (feat. Owen Jones) 7. Kings and Queens 8. Surrender 9. Warrior 10. 'Til I'm Done 11. Lost and Lonely 12. Still Around 13. Pawns (feat. Baby, Nym & Janelle) 14. WW3 15. Love Me As I Am 16. Power to the Peaceful 17. Tonight's Not the Only Night 18. My Body 19. Price of Fame New Tracks: 20. Loyal 21. Final Breath 22. Your Ex 23. Older 24. Make Your Own Kind of Music 25. Lullaby (feat. Sigala)
  8. Americunt

    Discussion

    It's a strange coupling, but it works! Honestly I'm surprised they'd even met, let alone become friends.
  9. Americunt

    The problem is that you can't really hold her to the same standards that you'd hold a modern pop act to. The music industry wasn't really established in the way we conceive of it now, when she started her career. Her early successes with Sonny & Cher came at the right moment in the zeitgeist and she was really one of the defining female figures of the mid '60s in terms of fashion and contribution to the rumblings that eventually led to the Summer of Love. When the late '60s counterculture movements left her and Sonny by the wayside, she pulled off one of the first successful reinventions by a female artist, turning away from the hippie folk-rock image she'd cultivated early on to a more sophisticated, glamorous one. This was pretty much unprecedented at the time. She had three insanely big hits in the early seventies (the number one singles "Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves", "Half-Breed" and "Dark Lady") and kept herself in the public consciousness on TV with "The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour" variety show, which was a huge success. After divorcing Sonny, she ran into kind of a fall in popularity from the late '70s to the early '80s, even though she was still putting out music pretty regularly. She had one Top 10 single, "Take Me Home" in 1979, but other than that, her singles weren't taking the charts by storm. A lot of people thought her career was basically over. This all changed when she began to take on acting in major film roles during the early '80s. She had toyed with acting a few times in the late '60s, but this was the first time she was taking on serious dramatic roles and gaining major acclaim for them. Her personal life was a bit of a wreck at this point and that led to a lot of tabloids keeping her name in the news. She paused her music career while taking on these acting roles. In 1987, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. That same year, she made her musical comeback with a self-titled album and got her first Top 10 single in almost a decade. Continuing on this momentum, she released another album in 1989, which had all three of its singles hit the Top 10. During the early '90s, she contracted chronic fatigue syndrome and had to put a halt to her hectic lifestyle. She began to star in infomercials, as she was no longer physically capable of doing many of the things that had earned her money in the past, like acting and touring. Again, people started to count her out and called it the end of her career. After a few years, she got her physical health a little more in check and was able to record music more regularly and act again. In 1998, she was thrust into the headlines again when her ex-husband Sonny Bono died in a skiing accident. Weirdly, this brought her back into the public consciousness and allowed her to strike with an album that was a huge departure from her previous works: Believe. Notably, the title track is one of the first hit songs to use autotune. Obviously, this was a runaway smash success and gave her a fourth #1 single, a full 24 years since the previous one. So in summary, Cher is notable because she's been around literally forever and has had more comebacks after "career-ending" incidents than almost any other star in history.
  10. Yes, it was confirmed during the interview she did with Zane Lowe when Venice Bitch came out.
  11. And if you don't recognize them, the two ladies on either side of her are her backup dancers, Ashley and Alexandria. It looks like she's in the same rehearsal space she was in when she posted the Cherry rehearsal snippet last year (which also featured Ashley and Alex).
  12. Americunt

    Rumor

    Not confirmed in the slightest. Genius often has completely fake info.
  13. Americunt

    Other

    Another for the pantheon of Kathi and the little bitch!
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