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Old 01-05-2010, 02:36 AM   #121
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You say she's cut from the same fabric of Madonna but then admit to her rearranging her songs, I can't think of anytime especially at this point in Madonna's career where she was rearranging songs, especially on her own. That makes her a much more competant musician than Madonna, didn't she just start playing an instrument a couple of years ago?
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Being a more competent musician doesn't mean that the songs are happier, stronger or more powerful, which is the case.
If I can remember, Madonna played drums and guitar in a few bands before going solo in the early 80's. And I think she's been playing electric and acoustic guitar (not very perfect) in concert tours since the Drowned World Tour, I guess (I might be wrong).
Yeah, she played drums and guitar for the Breakfast Club in '79/'80, but then left to form her own band with Stephen Bray (who would go onto co-write and produce 'Into the Groove', 'Papa Don't Preach', 'Express Yourself', etc. with her) called Emmy, then the Millionaires, then Modern Dance, and then finally Madonna (hello ego). She wasn't a particularly great drummer, but that didn't stop Ringo either.



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Yeah, she played drums and guitar for the Breakfast Club in '79/'80, but then left to form her own band with Stephen Bray (who would go onto co-write and produce 'Into the Groove', 'Papa Don't Preach', 'Express Yourself', etc. with her) called Emmy, then the Millionaires, then Modern Dance, and then finally Madonna (hello ego). She wasn't a particularly great drummer, but that didn't stop Ringo either.
i wouldn't exactly call this proof that she's any kind of virtuoso or anything, especially when it wasn't for another 20 years or whatever when she'd pick up a guitar again.

but i fully admit i have a very strong dislike of madonna.
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i wouldn't exactly call this proof that she's any kind of virtuoso or anything, especially when it wasn't for another 20 years or whatever when she'd pick up a guitar again.

but i fully admit i have a very strong dislike of madonna.
I think there are some videos and not-great-quality audio files from these projects on Madonna's forums. I saw the users talk about it a few years ago. Dunno if it still exists...
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An interesting read, even if I have a bit of a hard time believing that this is all the master stroke of genius this guy makes it out to be...

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YouTube - Lady Gaga - Interview - about her Sexuality

'And what was the other one?'

That about sums her up. Just another fame whore. The more she talks, the more you realise she has absolutely nothing to say.
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'And what was the other one?'

That about sums her up. Just another fame whore. The more she talks, the more you realise she has absolutely nothing to say.
As a musician and as a sane person I want to be (or keep being) I would never give up of my work, music, and of sex or sexual expression. I couldn't care less about fame, at least personal fame not too linked to my work.
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I just bought 4 of her singles.
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'And what was the other one?'

That about sums her up. Just another fame whore. The more she talks, the more you realise she has absolutely nothing to say.

I didn't buy her albums to hear her talk. . .

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I didn't buy her albums to hear her talk. . .
I think thats reasonable. But on the other hand, if an artist puts herself out there as a personality the way Lady Gaga has, I think she has to have more to say. The interview seemed to me like she just wanted to say something 'controversial and racy', and it came across as really weak.
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She's had a few interviews where she hasn't come off too well. Can't say it bothers me, to be honest. I don't think it's a sign that she doesn't have her shit together or is dumb as a brick. I still think she's interesting and talented.
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She's had a few interviews where she hasn't come off too well. Can't say it bothers me, to be honest. I don't think it's a sign that she doesn't have her shit together or is dumb as a brick. I still think she's interesting and talented.
Ya, she seems to be good at what shes doing. She certainly is popular and I hear her songs everywhere

Oh, cori, I've been meaning to ask you about your sig. Am I retarded or would that formula not give you the proper lyrics. Its the ro (ma+mama) part. Would that not give you romamama? isnt the lyric roma romama? (I cant believe I'm actually asking this, but I notice it every time you post)
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I cannot take credit for a potentially faulty equation - I swiped it from another site.

I didn't really take time to figure it out, to be honest. Math was never my strongest subject - I'm a musician and only really need to be able to count to 4. And sometimes 6, 9 or 12.
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Yeah, she played drums and guitar for the Breakfast Club in '79/'80, but then left to form her own band with Stephen Bray (who would go onto co-write and produce 'Into the Groove', 'Papa Don't Preach', 'Express Yourself', etc. with her) called Emmy, then the Millionaires, then Modern Dance, and then finally Madonna (hello ego). She wasn't a particularly great drummer, but that didn't stop Ringo either.



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'And what was the other one?'

That about sums her up. Just another fame whore. The more she talks, the more you realise she has absolutely nothing to say.
i really hope you aren't a supporter of madonna, because if you were you'd win most ironic post 2010.
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