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Old 09-15-2006, 10:21 AM   #61
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Personally, I don't think sexy ever went away.
Last weekend, my boyfriend and I were on a long car ride, I had too much caffeine and said that very same thing,
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Old 09-29-2006, 01:50 PM   #62
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which song on the album is the one produced by rick rubin?
(Another Song) All Over Again

it's dreamy
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Old 09-29-2006, 02:02 PM   #63
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Penis-in-a-post...it sounds like a horrible dessert of some kind.
Yeah, like something you'd order in a diner. Or something they might serve to you in Yorkshire.
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or some terrible javelin accident
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Old 09-29-2006, 06:18 PM   #65
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I liked the album for one listen. Then got bored very quickly into my second listen. Tried it a couple more times, but couldnt go deep into it.
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I finally heard 'SexyBack'. It's good, but I'm a bit disappointed. Not as catchy as I thought it would be.
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Old 09-30-2006, 04:36 AM   #67
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He's trying to be Prince and succeeds, I love that song.

Justin is very talented, 6 years ago I never though I'd say that.
Funny you'd say that.
i saw him perform on Conan O'Brian the other day and i thought "shit, he's trying to be Prince and he's failing miserably"

Justin may be many things, but he's by no stretch of the imagination as good as Prince.
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I don't think "he's trying to be Prince" but Michael Jackson...
In all the new album you will notice the similarities between Timberlake and Jackson's "Off the Wall" and "Thriller".
Then, Timberlake's image is very reminiscent of that era...
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What I find even more weird about me is that song (and his album) was produced by Timbaland ... and I'm really into Nelly Furtado's new tunes... that were produced by him too...
Promiscuous is one of the most amazing tunes I heard all year
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Ok, since the Grammy thread is closed and I don't care enough to start a new one, I'm bumping this to say that I loved Justin Timberlake's performance last night as well as Christina Aguilera's and I don't care who knows it. I'm going to rewind and watch them both again and show them to everyone who enters my house this week. So there.
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as did i
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Ok, since the Grammy thread is closed and I don't care enough to start a new one, I'm bumping this to say that I loved Justin Timberlake's performance last night as well as Christina Aguilera's and I don't care who knows it. I'm going to rewind and watch them both again and show them to everyone who enters my house this week. So there.
JT's was good until the handy-cam in the face bit... that was creepy, serial killer creepy but his performance was good.

Christina was good until she started almost screaming at the end, at this point I put my TV on mute and the performance seemed to get better...
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^I agree on both counts.
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I have to agree with whoever it was in the Grammy thread who said "JT is legit."

That boy's got mad talent, yo.

"My Love" is an amazing single.
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JT's was good until the handy-cam in the face bit... that was creepy, serial killer creepy but his performance was good.

Christina was good until she started almost screaming at the end, at this point I put my TV on mute and the performance seemed to get better...
Yeah, Bono's really the only one who can get away with the handy-cam.
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