redrabid wrote:To be honest, Psychy, no I don't.
Though I quite willing to accept that you prefer Cher above Gaga, I don't see why Lady Gaga is less talented than Cher. Both are good singers and performers, who chose to exploit their talents in a very commercial, promotion dominated way. Sometimes with likeable results. The only difference I see is that Gaga hasn't been carved by the knife as often as the by now very stretched Cher. Yet.
redrabid wrote:Psychy, you're not serious, right?
You base your judgement of Lady Gaga on something she said??? Let's consider what she does: She sings, writes and performs well, although she presents that in a selfconcious, calculating, slick MOR production.
But Lady Gaga has another talent too, one that I like very much: She knows how to make men mad. Led Zeppelin indeed.
There's nothing wrong with electro pop: Depeche Mode, New Order....
redrabid wrote:Again, you can't be serious.
Lana del Rey? Her only asset seems to be that she has a rich, very rich father, who can buy her all the studio time she needs. Some time ago I read this spoiled girl prefers to be an "actress". "Daddy, please ?".
Katy Perry? Well, she can write a good tune. "I Kissed A Girl", if the improbable would happen, I would like to cover that tune. Too bad she can't sing at all. And of course she chooses to make the same attention seeking, publicity driven, very American (no compliment) MOR shit as Lady Gaga.
Did you check out "London Grammar"?. Now, that is promising.
By the way, I am not impressed by all these "musicians" (Wendy Williams and a lot of others whose pictures you post) whose two talents are always bared and upfront. I find this commercial projection of "ready, willing and able"-sexuality rather outdated and hypocrite.
Come on, Miley Cyrus, show us your nipples and your cunt. It was done before. A long time ago.
redrabid wrote:Yes, we all love Grace. She has the talent, attitude and looks.
But I still don't see why you think that Katy Perry (or Cher) has talent and Lady Gaga has not. Quite obiously they are two from the same mold and make mostly mindless music. Fondly I remember the many nights I danced away on this kind of music, Disco and Dance.
And to use an argument from authority: Grace likes Lady Gaga.
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