12 Aug 2006, 22:02 by beata385

    As everyone and their mother knows by now, the new Christina Aguilera album is a throwback to the music of the 1920's, 30's, and 40's. However, it takes me back to another time: 2002. It's not just Christina, either. The radio is beginning to feel like it did 3-5 years ago.... Maybe I'll even start listening to it again.

    We're getting comebacks from several of the artists who were huge then (and still now... at least hopefully).

    There's Christina, whose album Stripped came out in 2002, and is now coming back with a double album, which is strange, since Stripped is 20 tracks long, and Back to Basics is only 2 tracks longer. I haven't heard much yet, since I'm waiting for the album to come into stores, but Ain't No Other Man blows me away!

    Justified also came out around the same time as Stripped, and lo and behold! Justin Timberlake is also coming back. I'm actually not a big fan of JT, but I used to be. I liked quite a few of the songs on Justified…
  • Bring It!

    26 Jul 2006, 09:16 by KelownaGuy19

    You know, if I wasn't wrapped up in this whole Snakes On A Plane thing to start with, I have to hear the most infectious, B-movie novelty song of the summer to accompany said movie. And if my little account says anything, it's that I'm addicted to Cobra Starship's "Snakes On A Plane (Bring It)."

    This has been a horrible summer of terribly addicting songs, what, with the new Justin Timberlake track still thumpin' away, that whore Paris Hilton, Joe Simpson's favourite T&A daughter, Jessica, or whatever... it seems that I've liked almost EVERYTHING that's come my way.

    I guess in a way it's a good thing, because when I eventually get to the music direction stage of my career, nobody can blame me for not liking an artist and throwing their whole library out the window like some of the people I know.

    I mean, it's great to see that some really fantastic artists like Gnarls Barkley and Snow Patrol are getting some attention along side Fergie and Panic! at the Disco. …
  • What's Playing: Week of July 23rd, 2006

    25 Jul 2006, 22:32 by Rydlyms

    If you're going to listening to any five tracks this week here's what they should be...

    "Show Stopper" by Danity Kane
    from Danity Kane (08/22/2006)

    The lead single from Danity Kane's self-titled debut album is here... The girls from Making of the Band 3 -- finally finished their debut album, despite all of Diddy's constant nagging, and annoying demands. The track finds the girls talking about their "rainbow colored" Escalade -- pimp huh? Now, let's hope Danity Kane can stay afloat longer than Da Band... so we don't have to have another season.

    *** 4 out of 5 ***


    "London Bridges" by Fergie
    from The Dutchess (09/19/2006)

    She insists it's only a side project but by the sounds of Fergie's lead single it's much more than that. The new single entitled "London Bridges" is very upbeat, like most material released by the Black Eyed Peas featuring a crazy beat, and outrageous lyrics. …
  • What I'm Listening to

    21 Jul 2006, 19:05 by nevergobackx2

    Warning: this post is long and not all that entertaining.

    So, here is some of what's going through my head regarding music.

    First off, Brooke Hogan. Her debut single, About Us (feat. Paul Wall. It's just fire. I've only heard it on the radio once and it doesn't look like it will get much play which will probably equate to low album sales, but it is quite good and so are the remixes from the promo.

    Nelly Furtado, who everyone is probably sick of. Really happy that she got her first US number one, and radio hasn't quite made me hate the song yet. I'll give it a few days. Anyone know about "Say It Right" being the next single? I heard that although she said it would be "next" she was refering to after "maneater", but who knows if that is true.

    Here's what I'm liking of all the "hot" new singles. Don't worry, I'll keep this part brief. JoJo's "Too Little Too Late" is quite good, although similar to "Leave (Get Out)". …
  • Great Week for Pop Addicts

    20 Jul 2006, 01:49 by brand929

    The summer music storm is now in full bloom, and Jessica Simpson just released her video for her new single "A Public Affair". Just yesterday, I wrote a journal about Fergie and her new video (which was...hmmm). Also, up and coming pop phenom JoJo just released a new video too.

    It's such a great week for pop addicts!

    I like Jessica's new video, which also features a cameo from songstress Christina Milian, and a whole bunch of other stars (Eva Longoria *dies*). It's cute, fun, and everything that Jessica is about. Take a look at it HERE, then come back and let me know what you think of it.

    It's bubblegum pop freshness ^__^
  • Hmmm...

    18 Jul 2006, 23:49 by brand929

    Fergie just released her video for her new single "London Bridge". While I think the song is really slammin' and hot, the video is...well...ummm...interesting. Watch it at youtube HERE then come back and let me know what you guys think. Haha I don't know why, but I really want to know what other people have to say about this video.
  • Solo Fergie

    13 Jul 2006, 23:59 by dopegirlfresh

    So, the rumors are true... Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson is going solo. Good for her. I don't think she's quite there with the people to make it on her own so son but hey, good luck! The album "The Dutchess" will be released Sept. 19. Her first single is out, London Bridges. It's straight- I like her part but I'm not a big of fan of the shouting of "oh shit!" so often in the beginning.. lol. Reminds me of something Gwen Stefani might do.
  • Bands & Artists Seen Live

    25 May 2006, 10:37 by SillyChild

  • Okay ...

    22 May 2006, 05:27 by idkmon

    When did Nelly Furtado become a hot version of Fergie?
  • My Ten Favorite "Good" Bad Songs

    17 Jan 2006, 23:25 by idkmon

    10. Placebo: Plasticine -- Terrible, terrible song, the lyrics are like something I would've wrote when I was fourteen. "The only thing you can rely on/is that you cannot rely on anything"? Blech. Yet, I can't stop listening to it.

    9. Lil' Kim: Kitty Box -- "Picture Lil' Kim masturbating"? Yuck, no thank you.

    8. Hole: Be a Man -- Hole's last song ... And, their worst.

    7. Gwen Stefani: Hollaback Girl -- Of course. Wonder if it's true that the song is about Courtney Love.

    6. Jack Off Jill: Cumdumpster -- Of all of Jack Off Jill's horrible songs, Cumdumpster has to be the worst ... and one of the catchiest.

    5. Kittie: Brackish -- Years ago, I won an MP3 player from MTV and Brackish was loaded on it. Ever since, I've loved/hated that song.

    4. Kevin Federline: Popozão -- Mr. Federline-Spears hits us over the head with this bangin' club shaker -- And when I say bangin', I mean head bangingly bad/good.