so bad he puts me in mind of Sting
there is no center
Kinda lame, things have been on the quiet side sincea thrilling January. The Week of 3/2 was unbelievably quiet. Indeed, I only reviewed 10 albums. And Net week looks quieter. Undoubtedly, Rebel Heart is the story… but having said that my choice for most anticipated is Olly Murs, who is always up!! The two songs I’ve heard split the difference but the rest should be OK
Up – Olly Murs, Demi Lovato – I’ve bee waiting for this to hit the US since last year, a terrific pop song –the sorta good guy track, one of the boys that Olly does so well. A catchy sorta English folk rock anthem dance track. Nice – A
Another hit off Smith’s debut album, so good because it is one of the best of a great bunch and I can’t wait for the new Olly to get released here, it is much better than the other picker Upper. But it is hard to write about these songs again. Really, will seem be hit refresh, how many times can we discuss starbucks lovers? Let’s move on till August…
Olly sounds a little more ordinary, a little too plastic pop on his new album, but I’ll be listening more once its released Stateside. But the real question is, despite its record breaking first week, how does One Direction finds itself looking up at Ed Sheeran who has been on the charts since JUNE???
With the world of music taking a snooze this week, I figured I’d go back to the beginning of the year for this chart and I must say I hope this January is as good. Olly, Fantasia, Pissed Jeans and Teena Marie will survive to make it on to my best albums of 2013
I’ve listened to Beyonce any number of times, and while it may not all be great, not a song is close to bad. And I’ve listened to One Direction any number of times and if a few songs are good, nothing here is great.
I really do love the Eminem but the lyrics stop it from being a masterpiece, two Michael Bubles? Christmas we get, but To Be Loved??? But I am happy my old pal Olly Murs is back in the charts!