8 comments on “A Tale of Four Singles

  1. well kelly – i’ve made my feelings clear on, i think it’s a great song, not particularly original but then that hasn’t stopped Lady G topping the worldwide charts has it? U2, ugh, words fail me so i will move on. The Fear is adorable and I hear her album is top notch, but then again i do love her so am a bit biased. I will give the rascals a go, because i heard a song on the box music channel the other day and loved it, only to find out it was taylor swift. grife!

  2. Ok, Kelly is epic, U2 is not, Lily–can’t wait to hear the entire album, and Chris Sligh wrote the Rascal Flatts song. So yay Chris, right?

  3. Ahhh, finally. Someone who isn’t enamored (or eventually enamored) by the Kelly song. It’s fine. It’s okay. But it’s no “Since U Been Gone” and it desperately wants to be. And I agree on the P!NK comparison. 1176%.

    I’m not sure about U2. I heard the song and I’m trying to let it grow on me. I’m not big on Bono personalitywise…I don’t know why but he turns me off. I think the problem with the song is it has no big brashy U2-esque chorus.

    I kind of liked “The Fear” pre-remix but I adore it now. 🙂 Thanks for the heads up on the Wideboys Cut.

    I didn’t like “What Hurts the Most” until Cascada covered it. But I’ll give them a chance. We’ll see.

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  5. Personally, I think all four songs are fucking abysmal. I think it’s time for Stacey Q to make a comeback and show these boring pretenders how it’s done!

  6. Paul, if you’re giving Rascal Flatts a go, I will give Lily Allen a shot when the full-length comes out.

    Yuri, it’s good to see Sideshow Bob getting some kind of work.

    S@r@h, that’s the nicest thing anyone’s said to me all day.

    Mel, there are a couple of other mixes that I’m digging, too. They should be pretty easy to find.

    Mike, if Stacey Q and Latoya did a remake of “Enough is Enough”, would your head explode?

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