I am completely disinterested in American Idol. I used to date a girl who forced me to watch season #2 and #3 but we broke up and while I enjoyed watching those two seasons because of her pleasure on it, I didn't think too much of it myself.
For one thing I didn't find Cowell's snottiness funny, he should take lessons from Ricky Gervais.
When she left so did I.
Which doesn't mean I haven't been hounded by AI fans about the terrific current season and Pia herself. Odds on to be win it.
She was elimated last week and signed by Jimmy Iovine to a contract with Interscope, though rumor has it that the plans to rush release an album have been scuttled by AI, who had her spend a day back in Queens before returning to L.A. for the rest of the season.
A quickie album isn't such a great idea any way. They are gonna have to think this one through. A siong, maybe an EP, is a much better concept. And lowering the rate to, say $1.99 for three songs is as even better idea.
Whatever Interscope does, I must disagree with the fans. She is easy to look at, and a pretty singer, but not much more, and I don't know how you can sustain a career like that.
Though on the other hand, you ain't gonna make many friends cover Chrissie Hynde, and all I've heard is this one song, "I Stand By You"…
dance pop, gooey confection
75K EAUs is abysmal
“I still hit the ball, I just can’t run the bases!!!”
contenders for the best punk rock around
A three hours of hard rock, metal not metal, swift, loud, egoless pure metal
worse than I remembered it being
a contender for the next Michael Jackson
the indie gorgeousness of mood and quiet desperation
smooth jazz and horns
Taylor was no longer my secret