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  1. Chris Morlock

    Album

    so its been a few days since we've received it, what are your initial thoughts? Not the End of the World Cry About it Later Harleys in Hawaii Daisies Never Worn White Never Really Over Champagne Problems What Makes a Woman Teary Eyes Smile Tucked Only Love Resilient Small Talk
  2. Ariana

    Album

    I'm really enjoying the album On first listen, my trinity are: 1. Only Love 2. Tucked 3. Cry About It Later Runner up: 4. Champagne Problems
  3. This is the first Lana Del Rey era i haven't pay much attention yet. Hope the album will be good tho.
  4. Freaky Prince

    Album

    AUGUST 14th, 2020 Never Really Over Cry About It Later Teary Eyes Daisies Resilient Not The End Of The World Smile Champagne Problems Tucked Harleys In Hawaii Only Love What Makes A Woman BONUS: Small Talk Never Worn White Daisies (Acoustic) Daisies (Oliver Heldens Remix)
  5. 1. GTFO 2. With You 3. Caution 4. A No No 5. The Distance (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) 6. Giving Me Life 7. One Mo' Gen 8. 8th Grade 9. Stay Long Love You 10. Portrait
  6. This is the debut album by Slipknot frontman Corey mf Taylor. Y’all know I’m a stan too. I’m so ready and here! I love Corey! Tracklist : 01. HWY 666 02. Black Eyes Blue 03. Samantha’s Gone 04. Meine Lux 05. Halfway Down 06. Silverfish 07. Kansas 08. Culture Head 09. Everybody Dies On My Birthday 10. The Maria Fire 11. Home 12. CMFT Must Be Stopped (Feat. Tech N9ne & Kid Bookie) 13. European Tour Bus Bathroom Song
  7. (cause there's nothing about this !) FAITH TRACKLIST 1. VOICES 2. SUFFER 3. FRACTURED 4. SLAVE TO YOUR LOVE 5. ALL I HAVE TO GIVE 6. LIAR 7. SOMEBODY 8. NUMB 9. REDEMPTION 10. WHITE HORSES 11. DARKEST HOUR Singles: Voices Suffer Redemption Somebody
  8. Phoebe

    Album

    Heartstrings Mighty Rivers Get Outta My Way Everything Is Beautiful All the Lovers Can't Beat the Feeling Aphrodite Better Than Today Illusion Cupid Boy Looking for an Angel Closer Go Hard or Go Home Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) Too Much
  9. Release Date January 10, 2020 Genre Pop Label Interscope TRACKLIST Rare Dance Again Look At Her Now Lose You To Love Me Ring Vulnerable People You Know Let Me Get Me Crowded Room (feat. 6lack) Kinda Crazy Fun Cut You Off A Sweeter Place (feat. Kid Cudi) SINGLES Lose You To Love Me October 23, 2019 Look At Her Now October 24, 2019
  10. I love him. And I love Bendy. I love he does awesome songs like that.
  11. Omg this album is gonna slap!! I’m soooo here for it. I loveeee My Ex’s Best Friend and bloody valentine slap sooo hard. This album is gonna slaappp what do you think?
  12. https://open.spotify.com/album/4hTYaCoN8DjdbkfeM92SWr
  13. x Levitating (feat. Missy Elliott & Madonna) - Remixed by The Blessed Madonna Physical (feat. Gwen Stefani) - Remixed by Mark Ronson + more remixes!
  14. Unapologetic Bitch

    Album

    1."Future Nostalgia" (Joe Goddard Remix) 2."Cool" (Jayda G Remix) 3."Good in Bed" (Zach Witness Remix) 4."Good in Bed" (Gen Hoshino Remix) 5."Pretty Please" (Midland Remix) 6."Pretty Please" (Masters at Work Remix) 7."Boys Will Be Boys" (Zach Witness Remix) 8."Love Again" (Horse Meat Disco Remix) 9."Break My Heart" (Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl Dimitri from Paris Dubwize Remix) 10."Levitating" (The Blessed Madonna Remix featuring Madonna and Missy Elliott) 11."Hallucinate" (Mr Fingers Ambient Deep Stripped Mix) feat. Gwen 12."Hallucinate" (Paul Woolford Extended Remix) 13."Love Is Religion" (The Blessed Madonna Remix) 14."Don't Start Now" (Yaeji Remix) 15."Physical" (Mark Ronson Remix featuring Gwen Stefani) 16."Kiss and Make Up" (featuring Blackpink) 17."That Kind of Woman" (Jacques Lu Cont Remix) ft. Stevie Nicks 18."Break My Heart" (Moodymann Remix)
  15. In an interview that was just published in Interview Magazine, Cyndi Lauper asks Carly a question, and she let it slip that a “Side B/Part 2” is coming: LAUPER: They’re trying to teach you, as opposed to collaborate. You went to Nicaragua. What the hell were you doing in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: At least when I’m single, I end up doing braver things than I expect. I was just looking to distract myself. I said yes to an offer at a writers’ camp, which, in theory, I usually hate the idea of a writers’ camp. LAUPER: Wait. A writers’ camp, in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: We were staying in a spot called Maderas Village. It was a little bit of a jungle sanctuary. We had all these little casitas. Inside the casitas were built studios, writing rooms. We would be swimming and chilling during the morning, have some beautiful breakfast, and then we’d go to different assigned studios with new people, absolute strangers, and write songs all day. LAUPER: Wow, that’s extraordinary. JEPSEN: It was the best time.  LAUPER: You wrote some of this album there?  JEPSEN: I did. Similarly to other writing camps, at the very end of the last night, everyone goes to the main high casita, with a view of the ocean and everything, and we all get our little cocktails and we sit around and play our songs to each other. I came back with so many new friends from that experience, and I think three or four songs that are either going to be on this album or the one following. LAUPER: That’s great. I thought your album was ready to go and done. JEPSEN: It is, but I have dreams. Ever since I put out a B-side for Emotion, I have a dream of putting out a part two for this album, as well. When you write as many songs as I did, it’s kind of terrifying to only get to share 15. I want to share at least 30. Note: EMOTION Side B came out exactly 1 year after EMOTION came out in N.America. So, I would guess that we will have to wait until a year for the next instalment. Also, we know that Dedicated (the song) didn’t make this album cut. This could mean it may be on Side B/Part 2 or whatever she calls the accompanying EP. Edit: March 15/20 In a Norwegian Interview, CRJ confirmed that it won’t be called “Side B” . The songs will be mixed this Spring and released shortly afterwards and “Let’s Be Friends” may not be on it - I have edited Thread Title. Edit: May 6/20 Music Industry tweeter Ultrasubversive, leaked that the album will have 12 tracks: Edit: May 7/20 Ultrasubversive tweeted his opinion on Side B: So now we know most the tracks* on the album through Ultrasubversive: This Love Isn’t Crazy Stay Away This Is What They Say Summer Love Solo Heartbeat Comeback (ft Bleachers) Lets Sort The While Thing Out Now I Don’t Hate California After All Fake Mona Lisa Track 11 Track 12 *(album track order is not accurate and “Let’s Be Friends” will not be on it) Edit: May 11/20 “Window” and “Felt This Way” are the final 2 tracks Edit: May 17/20 On the 1 Year Anniversary of Dedicated, CRJ officially announces the release of Dedicated Side B, with a tease at the end:
  16. Omg Queen Poppy gonna release a deluxe edition!! ATTSS and Khaos x4 served!!! I really can’t wait for the other new songs!! Still the standard version as of now is one of the albums of the year! Full of bops! Can’t wait!
  17. Chris Morlock

    Album

    Tracklist: Don't Say a Word My Blood Anything Could Happen Only You Halcyon Figure 8 Joy Hanging on Explosions I Know You Care Atlantis Dead in the Water I Need Your Love Ritual In My City Without Your Love The Ending High for This
  18. Bionic-AHHH!

    Review #TamaReviews: Bionic

    Finally I'm moving it here! Here's my first ever entry for the #TamaReviews series. Check it out! REVAMPED! “Bionic” is the title of Christina Aguilera’s sixth studio album—fifth counting only English language releases, fourth excluding the Spanish language and the holiday albums—which was released on June 4th-11th 2010, depended on your country. It is the follow-up to Aguilera’s previous album, “Back to Basics”. “Bionic” served as a reinvention of Aguilera’s music, persona, and career trajectory moving forward in time. Aguilera, known as one of the leading ladies of big-voiced pop singing since the early Noughts, is famously recognized as the artsy student of pop music compared to her peers. Rather than Britney Spears’s safe but energetic dance pop songs, Aguilera would make trials of different mixture of sounds and genres as she seemed to be unafraid of neither imperfections nor errors—despite being a self-proclaimed “perfectionist”. Compared to Jessica Simpson’s similar big-voiced brand, Aguilera always seemed to make exciting innovations in her music that Simpson could never dare to try. Therefore it is fascinating to witness the evolution of Aguilera’s music; started with an R&B/Soul-inspired eponymous debut album which then followed by a similar sounding Spanish language release, a Christmas album, a mixture of both the Noughts favorite sounds as well as retro moments on “Stripped”, and later blossomed to the previously mentioned “Back to Basics” which was an album filled with more R&B/Soul music alongside sophisticated Jazz that took inspirations from American popular music 30+ years ago. However, it was not enough for Aguilera as she sat and pondered inside the recording studio. “I wonder what should I do next? What is next? Next is...the future!” she thought. She prepared a rocket ship and launched herself to an unknown future to get inspired by it. Later, as she orbited back to Earth, a huge smile could be seen upon her face as she thought, “I am the future.” Then, we arrived here. Opened with a bombastic track, aptly titled “Bionic” as the titular track, Aguilera promised to take every listeners headfirst to the future as she proclaimed, “Bionic, take ya supersonic, eh!” You might get migraines or became insane, got hit by her rocket ship and felt as time slipped, or went up in a hurricane and got lost there, but she did not care about that. She didn’t care about your thoughts or your screams, she would take you through this journey until the very end. As she sang to you that she’s not herself tonight, you would get the sense of danger as much as arousal. Aguilera took notice of that and followed with “Woohoo”, a flirty song that featured then-rookie Nicki Minaj to co-pilot for a few minutes. It was a call for celebration of lust, love, and fire as it basked in the glorious fab of an elite club’s neon lights. During the song Aguilera repeatedly told you “guys” a direct command; to dance below her and taste her “woohoo!” Similar to this is a song titled “My Girls” which featured a band named Le Tigre in production and a rapper named Peaches. Aguilera let listeners know that she’s having fun with her girls and that they are not afraid of anything as they stick together to take control. Despite the sexual nature of the album’s content, there was also a sense of doom and urgency loomed on the tracklisting. Particularly on a song titled “Lift Me Up”, which was written by longtime collaborator Linda Perry, you could hear the eagerness to express herself without judgment because something troubling had happened. As Aguilera also stated on "Prima Donna", she had worked hard in a long week and needed a couple drinks to ease herself. The chorus told you repeatedly that she is a prima-donna, and you truly did believe her. A specific part of the album which Aguilera herself had stated as “the heart of Bionic” proceeded to tell listeners about her thoughts other than sex. Co-penned with Sia and Sam Dixon, the sadness was real and present. “All I Need” and “I Am” explained the joy and the expectation, accumulating to a brief moment of hope until “You Lost Me” hit you—or rather, her—hard on the face. Aguilera sang in much anguish as she lamented loss; a forlorn protagonist who had to suffer the most as she delivered one of the best vocal performances of her career. The album resembled a riddle that Aguilera demanded us to solve. “There must be a cause to all of this, have you noticed?” she spoke in your mind. She might not be around you, but through all of these songs she has never made her presence any clearer. Listeners would take their time to analyze the tragedy that she told, or maybe feel some sarcasm as she scolded, but for every songs like “Glam”—a nice song about the joy of fashion as a freedom of expression—or “Not Myself Tonight”—a feelgood tell-all about something that’s gonna happen “tonight”—there is also an “Elastic Love” which told us about behind-the-scene and more. Perhaps the most thrilling moments of the record could be found on the deluxe side. There are five other songs that didn’t make the standard version tracklisting. “Monday Morning” opened the deluxe disc with an effervescent quality that nobody could avoid, while “Bobblehead” would make you giggle and wondered about the identity of the song’s subject as you did vogue. There is also a piece-of-art titled “Birds of Prey”—unrelated to DC’s infamous fictional villains group—that would strike listeners with its electrifying electronica as well as the lyrical work which told about danger and disappointment of a superstar’s circle of connections. There are also a stripped version of “I Am” which sounded gorgeous and an overwrought ballad titled “Stronger Than Ever”. However, the album would not necessarily end there. The last track, “Little Dreamer”, gave you the very final moment which closed the story beautifully in a mix of both bitter and sweet. There was a familiar feeling of happiness that would make you cry as the music was going to an end, and you couldn’t stop yourself from saying, “Yes, thank you so much!” to an imaginary Aguilera in your mind who smiled at you. “It is done, I have accomplished.” she said to you before walking away, tears of joy were also streaming down her beautiful face. Overall, “Bionic” is a highly recommended record for those who wanted to listen to the kind of pop music that didn’t sound bland or formless, but it would not necessarily abandon the fans of the chanteuse either. It might have been a product that had made a lot of people scratch their heads in 2010, but not ten years later. “Bionic” has never felt more at home in month June, year 2020. ----FIN---- That's it everyone. Hope you can spare a bit of your time to read this review. Love, Tama.
  19. Chris Morlock

    Album

    Tracklist: Guns and Horses Starry Eyed This Love Under the Sheets The Writer Every Time You Go Wish I Stayed Your Biggest Mistake I'll Hold My Breath Salt Skin Lights Human Little Dreams Home Animal Believe Me Your Song The End (acoustic)
  20. Chris Morlock

    Album

    Tracklist Aftertaste Something in the Way You Move Keep on Dancin' On My Mind Around U Codes Holding on for Life Love Me Like You Do Don't Need Nobody Don't Panic We Can't Move to This Army Lost and Found Devotion Scream it Out The Greatest I Do What I Love Paradise Winner Heal Outside Powerful Let it Die Two Years Ago
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