The best way to describe Taylor Swift’s music might be “a chick-flick in three minutes or less.” Not much in “Speak Now” has changed, except now the songs are about twice as long.
From the incongruence of the album art to the dissonance between the song titles and the instrumentals, Unknown Compenent’s “The Infinite Definitive” is confusing.
It’s hard to describe Tu Fawning’s “Hearts on Hold.” With a two-note trumpet opening riff reminiscent of a battlefield, their sound is unfamiliar.
“Something for the Rest of Us” sounds more like a sophomore album by a band that’s still trying to find its voice than the seasoned Goo Goo Dolls. There is nothing creative about this album; every song is reminiscent of another and the chord progressions are predictable.
“OMG I love this song!!!” This is a reference to my friend when “Wannabe” comes on the radio. Let’s face it, we all have guilty pleasures from our past. There are things that define our generation. My parents are still in love with Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and my old English teacher is […]
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