they deftly add personality to endemic generic fluff
the second time I’ve underestimated Imagine Dragons… though not the last
beyond its expiration date
Well, Imagine Dragons had one job on earth and when you have one job and you do it, well, more power to you. Personally, with the exception of a song here and there I find them fairly abysmal but to add rock to EDM beats actually hit # 1… good for you.
You are getting sleepy, sleepy, close your eyes and snap you’re asleep. The US Charts are as slow as molasses. It takes a miracle to get in but once you are in you are there for months. Like 12 – 14 weeks they mess around the top 10. Only the surprise(ish) appearance of Katy have kept me awae.
A little on the lame side right? I’ll give em Eminem and beyonce but after that, ugh, it seems to go one forever, talking loud but saying nothing. When does 2014 kick in here?
Imagine Dragons is very specifically a band I am interested in purely on an anthropological basis: they are as far from a band I like as possible, they are, how you say Styx like in my distaste for them though I do find their use of beats peculiar and effective
It is January 9th and nothing has happened in the world except “Frozen” is the fourth animated soundtrack to reach the top of the Billboard 200. It follows Jack Johnson’s “Curious George” (2006), and Disney’s “Pocahontas” (1995) and “The Lion King” (1994). One of which is actually good.
The same three top three songs for 7 weeks and counting and the rest of the songs have been most bubbling around for a month or so.