E•MO•TION (studio album) by Carly Rae Jepsen
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The first 10 songs are sick and are pretty solid. It trails off after that. But on the deluxe, I didn’t just come here to dance is a great song too. I like her vocal performances.
@Pretender: Ooh, Tove Styrke is great indeed. Her first album mostly.
There's so much good bubblegum pop out there, no reason to focus on just one (which is not even close to the rest in terms of quality). Nowhere is herd mentality in humans clearer than on online forums about music. When everyone else is saying bubblegum pop "is good, actually", then suddenly everyone beats you dead with the same arguments you have used for years to defend pop music, and everyone who disagrees is just anti-pop and close-minded, even though that person listens to tons of more and cheesier pop music. So here some suggestions for people who listened to this album and thought "that's the stuff":
Tove Styrke - Tove Styrke
Kylie Minogue - Kiss Me Once (and much more)
Madonna - Like A Virgin (probably the cheesiest)
Perfume - Game (if you're okay with heavy auto-tune)
Britney Spears - Blackout
Little Boots - Hands
Ariana Grande - Yours Truly
Lady Gaga - The Fame (Monster)
Miley Cyrus - Bangerz
Fergie - The Dutchess
Nelly Furtado - Folklore
I could probably go on. Note that ALL OF THESE were made before E-Mo-Tion and all sound very alike (especially Kylie Minogue I think), so I don't care if you like this album - sure, I do too - but your high rating is simply uneducated, because this is the first and only time in your life that you could be bothered to take pop music seriously, because now for the first time everyone else is doing it.
happy to see there are artist making good pop albums today
Puta álbum pop! Saudosista e contemporâneo na medida certa.
It's a pop album. This couldn't be mistaken as anything else. As such, it relies on its collaborators and producers (which is an amazing list here) but is guided by the vision of Jepsen. Put this alongside any other release in the genre, forgetting the bias of nostalgia and any prejudice from sales or perceived popularity - this album stands proud amongst the giants of pop for the sounds on the record. That's what we're here for, isn't it?
Yeah, it's not "deep" in any way, shape or form, but it delivers tune after tune after tune. It's pretty much bangers front to back, and I don't really understand why some of these songs weren't huge hits. A great, fun pop album that I will definitely be coming back to whenever I need an easily digestible pick-me-up.
I also was amused by the fact that I didn't need to look at the credits to know Warm Blood was a Rostam production. It's the pitch shifting that gave it away, hehe.
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Eurovision song contest class or more like Melodifestivalen 2019 (An honest hot tip for likers) Catchy and joyous pop for a period of some months.
And listen to Tove Styrke "Sway". Similar, but a bit more interesting.
For the record, to enjoy this record you have to have a very high IQ and an excellent grasp of music theory
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