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  1. If the tracklist was like this: 1. Girl Gone Wild- Great start, very energetic! 2. Bang Bang- She def gone WILD!!! 3. I'm Addicted- Great quirky build up to next track! MDNA *repeat*!!! 4. Give Me All Your Luvin- Fun eruption of Pop and electronica! 5. Some Girls- Very unfinished and "scratchy", bitchy but enjoyable nonetheless! 6. Masterpiece - The "Nothing Fails" of MDNA. Smooth it out after 5 upbeat tracks. 7. Love Spent- The "Intervention" of MDNA. Very pleading and the fading out at the end resembles the mentioned track. Very emotional. 8. I F*
  2. Hello ladies, gays and non-binaries! 🌟 Welcome to my list of Top 50 Albums of 2022 that no one asked about! This year in music was quite eventful with some really great releases, especially in a first half of the year. I'd be even willing to say that some of the records dropped this year are definitely contenders to the best albums of the decade list (so far). With that being said let's get it rolling: first 30 albums will include only an artist/band, album title, cover, best three songs and ''for the fans of'' section where I will include who should find this record enjoyable/up t
  3. Mariah Carey was cooked. This was the popular perception, to the point that there even was a popular perception. Mariah had dominated the pop charts for all of the ’90s, and she’d quietly reinvented herself a few times over the course of the decade. In the first few years of the new century, though, Mariah had flamed out in a very visible way. Back-to-back albums had flopped resoundingly. I don’t remember Mariah’s downfall being especially shocking. Mariah was a pop singer, and pop singers’ careers have a tendency to end. But when Mariah came back, that was notable. Mariah Carey spent a f
  4. When it was released, Rebel Heart was considered a "good" but bloated album. Many said it could've been better if she cut out some of the filler/fat out. I would agree because after listening to the album many times, I came to a conclusion that these 12 tracks certainly made it flow more smoothly without rummaging through all the unecessary excess. Here's the tracklist: 1. Living For Love- what the title says 2. Devil Pray- need for religion/God, looking for love in unhealthy places 3. Ghosttown- need for unity to stay together 4. Iconic- need to get up and keep on trying
  5. In 2020, I had created a thread meant to rank Katy's discography prior to Smile's arrival. However, since Smile is officially here, I'm going to make a rank listing all of her albums so far. I'll also add her Katy Hudson album at the end for a simple kii. Enjoy! *Note: I fixed this list. This revision is final. - sometime, 2022 **Extra note: I fixed it again. Turns out I am a Katy Clown. - Dec, 2022 1. Welcome to her best album! Teenage Dream a.k.a. The Album of La Perry. This album had produced her biggest and arguably most memorable hits to date
  6. Here's mine: 1. Aura- a strange, if bizarre, opening. Very heavenly chorus and aggressive robotic verses. Disjointed but very Gaga indeed! 2. Venus- this is real bollocks! Very messy and disjointed but enjoyable nonetheless! Gaga's baby and the "You And I" of ARTPOP!!! 3. G.U.Y.- Gaga ain't playing, she's coming for EVERYONE'S weaves on this track! A perfect blend of Pop and EDM that the basics WISH they could come up with! 4. Sexxx Dreams- oh my... Whatever she had while making this track I WANT IT!!! Feelings of shame, joy, and ecstasy surround this track up to the joy
  7. Madonna is a survivor. That’s true in the most obvious and literal sense; she’s the only member of the Holy Trinity of ’80s pop who’s still alive today. It’s also true in every other way. When Madonna scored her 12th and final #1 hit in 2000, her former peers Michael Jackson and Prince had been absent from the chart’s upper reaches for years. That doesn’t make Madonna better than Michael Jackson or Prince; you would strain all bounds of credulity if you tried to argue that she’s somehow a superior musician to Prince. But that long string of chart-toppers is a true testament to Madonna’s drive,
  8. In September 2000, just before “Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)” became her third #1 hit, Christina Aguilera’s first headlining tour took her to the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse. The opening act was Destiny’s Child, a group that’s been in this column a couple of times already. The night before the show, Christina’s tour bus was parked at a hotel near Syracuse University, where I was just starting my junior year. Apparently, a couple of college students got onto that tour bus and spent the evening partying with Christina’s crew. I don’t know how something like that happens, but
  9. The chosen one. The princess who was promised. The child of destiny who was not in Destiny’s Child. It’s Britney, bitch. The rise of Britney Spears was a product of its moment. It came out of the convergence of certain trends and decisions and lucky breaks. But her arrival, smashing into public consciousness like a comet into the earth, felt inevitable at the time. Today, looking back, it feels just as inevitable — as though Britney Jean Spears could’ve been born anywhere, in any circumstance, and she still would’ve become one of the most famous people on the planet before reaching adulth
  10. From a certain perspective, “Always Be My Baby” is one of the sweetest, prettiest, most effortless songs that’s come out of Mariah Carey’s long career. The song isn’t exactly Mariah working within her comfort zone. Instead, it’s her finding a new comfort zone, twirling her wildly virtuosic dip-divy vocal ululations around an easy lope of a hip-hop beat and just letting her voice flow. Much of Mariah’s early success had come from using that voice on relatively traditional adult-contempo ballads, but this kind of breezy midtempo jam was where she really excelled, and there’s joy in hearing her l
  11. So, this is it. This is the moment that nobody's been waiting for. This is my review, my explanation, my confession, my revelation. I hate this album. I despise it. Why? This was the album that produced one of Mariah's more recent hit singles. "Touch My Body" hitting number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart was historic. It was difficult to get and not everybody can have that. But that's exactly the problem. There's nothing remarkable about this album other than adding another accolade on top of her already stacked accolades. It's really good to show numbers and stats, but when the mu
  12. “Hero” wasn’t supposed to be a Mariah Carey song. Mariah and her regular collaborator Walter Afanasieff wrote the big, grandiose ballad in a couple of hours, specifically to fulfill an assignment. They’d agreed to come up with a song for the soundtrack of a movie that Mariah Carey had never actually seen, and they wrote something that checked all the boxes. If things had gone the way that Mariah Carey planned, “Hero” would’ve become a Gloria Estefan song. If that had happened, I probably wouldn’t have been talking about “Hero” in this column. (Gloria Estefan has been in this column a few times
  13. Under normal circumstances, a triple platinum album is not a failure. But the phrase “normal circumstances” very rarely applies to Mariah Carey, the woman who spent the ’90s running roughshod over the Billboard Hot 100. After the gargantuan success of her self-titled 1990 debut album, Mariah consciously pushed her sound into new realms on her 1991 follow-up Emotions, messing around with house music while also getting deeper into R&B. Emotions is a full-on pop album, and nobody could mistake it for a self-indulgent artiste move, but it wasn’t exactly the same type of pop album as the one th
  14. In January of 1991, “Love Will Never Do (Without You),” the seventh single from Janet Jackson’s 1989 album Rhythm Nation 1814, reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. With that, Janet Jackson made the record books. All seven of Jackson’s Rhythm Nation singles had reached the top five, and not even Janet’s big brother Michael had pulled that off before. “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” was the fourth Rhythm Nation single to go all the way to #1. Two months later, Jackson left A&M Records, her longtime home, and signed a deal with Virgin Records for a reported $32 million. For at least a few
  15. Madonna definitely thought of herself as a movie star. She looked like a movie star. She dated movie stars, and her first husband was a movie star. For a hot minute in the late ’80s, Madonna had enough juice to get a movie greenlit. But Madonna never truly became a movie star herself. Her acting career never quite became anything other than a part-time hobby. In 1985’s Desperately Seeking Susan, her first real movie role, Madonna played a sort of cartoon version of her pop-music persona. The film did fairly well, and Madonna was a revelation in it. But after Susan, Madonna made a much-pub
  16. https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/christina-aguilera-la-fuerza-songs-ranked-1235021166/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter do you agree, FOTP? 🤔🤔
  17. For the first few years of her career, Mariah Carey didn’t tour. It just wasn’t something that she had any interest in doing. Carey is a studio rat and a perfectionist, and in the early ’90s, she was busily cranking out new records. And Carey didn’t need to tour. These days, the road is where even the biggest acts usually make their money; that’s one of the reasons that the past two pandemic years have hit musicians so hard. But in the early ’90s, a whole lot of people were making their livings from actual record sales. For a pop giant like Mariah Carey, a tour could’ve been just one more way
  18. 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, pop persona, and overall career trajectory moving forward in time. Aguilera, known as one of the leading ladies
  19. Alright, so I'm still currently listening to Bionic because, of course, duh. I'm also in a good mood and somehow feeling a good vibration from nowhere. Anyway, so I only realized now that the transition from Prima Donna to Morning Dessert and Sex for Breakfast to Lift Me Up is one of the ugliest transitions ever in pop music. There's like no relation whatsoever from Prima Donna, which still depicted Xtina in a club and drinking her tenth booze for the night, to Xtina apparently rolling around the bed with somebody in the morning? What? You might argue with "oh, it does make sense because