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Debaser
08-09-2002, 22:51:04
I couldn't tell you what her songs are like, but she's quite foxy.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-09-2002, 22:55:04
It's "Milian", and they're quite boring, blandish pop-urban without the production to carry it off.

*End Is Forever*
08-09-2002, 22:55:11
Milian. Milian. Milian!

*End Is Forever*
08-09-2002, 22:55:38
But yeah, she is quite foxy, even if her music is shite.

Provost Harrison
08-09-2002, 23:01:30
Who?

Mightytree
08-09-2002, 23:04:34
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
It's "Milian", and they're quite boring, blandish pop-urban without the production to carry it off.

Why am I not surprised? :D

Scabrous Birdseed
08-09-2002, 23:08:04
I love Urban. But there's a mile-wide gap between Milian/Brandy/etc. and, say, Aaliyah.

Mightytree
08-09-2002, 23:16:57
Did you just say you like something? :eek:

*End Is Forever*
09-09-2002, 17:31:04
But there's a mile-wide gap between Milian/Brandy/etc. and, say, Aaliyah.

More like six feet, actually.

Provost Harrison
09-09-2002, 23:17:44
:lol:

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 08:34:11
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
I love Urban. But there's a mile-wide gap between Milian/Brandy/etc. and, say, Aaliyah.

Good that there's such variety in R&B we should know about unlike metal when it's all uniformly bad. :hmm: Or maybe you can only tell the difference if you actually like the genre. All sounds the same to me.

Scabrous Birdseed
10-09-2002, 09:17:31
It's about originality and harshness of expression and production. Something you wouldn't know or care about. :)

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 09:20:40
Something you refuse to look at beyond your ridiculously narrow view of what constitutes good music. R&B is the "Oh drat" of harsh expression.

Scabrous Birdseed
10-09-2002, 09:36:46
Bullshit. Soul in general is easily the #1 medium for expressing emotional pain, and while this is one area Urban is usually deficient in it's still above the majority of pop music. On Aaliyah's last she used astoundingly effective underbuilt anguish in the expression of often half-hearted lyrics, underscored by the chordless hip-hop perfection of Timbaland & co. I'm not kidding when I say that it's easily my fav album of the decade so far.

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 09:54:18
To you maybe, I want people screaming with anguish and hurling themselves into things in a red misted self destrutive haze when they are in emotional pain. That's raw undiluted emotional expression. Fuck poncing around with "underbuild anguish" just unleash a torrent of uninhibited pain, rage, blood, sweat and sputum.

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 09:57:50
It's a reflection of the way my emotions work. I have no empathy with R&B as an emotional expression.

Scabrous Birdseed
10-09-2002, 10:11:05
Funny, I always though of you as a quiet, contemplative guy who doesn't wear his emotions on his sleeve. :hmm:

I fail to see how random metal shouting reflects any emotion except "I'm a cock-jock, lookit me!" The only type of music which openly displays raw emotion is 60s Deep Soul, as far as I'm concerned, for everything else it's a lot more subtle, or in the case of Alternative music, vacuous.

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 10:35:42
I am, and then I go crazy for a bit and release it all.

Yeah, I'm talking about the more intense alternative stuff now. Metal is just for fun.

Scabrous Birdseed
10-09-2002, 10:38:56
Remind me not to go to any more Counterglow Wood-Chopping Competitions.

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 10:42:25
Guns for show, axes for a pro.

King_Ghidra
10-09-2002, 11:57:36
wait a cotton pickin' minute! Christina Milian released the simply amazing AM to PM!!! This song rules in a very big way, Funko don't you remember me saying the unholy should cover it and the incredible atmosphere when they played it in that coffe shop in amsterdam?!!?!?!

here it is... wooo!!!!

somebody hit the lights
so we can rock it day and night
people getting down that's right
from am to pm

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 12:04:43
Ah, I didn't know that was her. Would make a great rock song.

Venom
10-09-2002, 15:22:36
Nothing can make a great rock song.

King_Ghidra@home
10-09-2002, 18:15:54
how about the sound of your head being pounded between a drum kit and a bass guitar

Venom
10-09-2002, 20:24:15
That's pretty much what every Unholy song sounds like.

Funkodrom
10-09-2002, 22:16:37
Originally posted by Venom
Nothing can make a great rock song.

A made it.