Sunday, February 28, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
And while Britney didn't sound perfect, she sounded good. What pleased fans the most was that she took the time to sing with her own voice and not mime. She sang the song a few more times during the American leg of the tour, but then put the song to rest. This was the only song she snag completely live during her tour, pleasing her fans all over.
Check out the video below.
Source: YouTube, BritneySpearsBlackout.com
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
I first really got into P!nk when I heard her song "Just Like A Pill" (posted about here). To this day that is one of my favorite songs of her's. Other songs of P!nk's that are my favorites are "Eventually", "One Foot Wrong", "I Don't Believe You" & "Mean". She'll definitely be posted on more on the blog.
Kelly Clarkson has been posted about on this blog more often than other artists. While I didn't see her on American Idol , I own her first album and have bought all of her records since. My favorite songs of Kelly's include, "Don't Let Me Stop You", "Maybe", "Impossible", and "Don't Waist Your Time". Kelly is due to release a new album later this year.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Front man Justin Tranter is an openly gay man but carries himself androgynously. When I saw the band at Lady Gaga's concert in December, he looked like a woman. I thought he was a transgendered woman at first but then I realized that he was a gay man in drag. When the band performed, one of the songs I immediately liked was "Put a Diamond in It". It's just one of those songs that get you on your feet and make you want to "rock out". Check out the band performing the song below.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
This is the second single from MGMT's debut album, Oracular Sepctacular . The song was released in June of 2008 and was NME's #5 Best Single of 2008. French electronic duo Justice remixed the track and won a Grammy award for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical in 2009. The song was featured in season 2 of the CW's Gossip Girl.
I first heard this song in the video game, Midnight Club Los Angeles and I've liked it ever sense. This is just one of those songs that put you in a great mood and makes you feel like dancing no matter where you are. I've only heard a clip of the album version, but the one featured in the video game, the Justice remix, is my favorite. Justice remixed Britney Spears' 2003 single "Me Against the Music" featuring Madonna and it's one of the best remixes of that song I've heard so there's no surprise why I like their version of "Electric Feel".
Picture credit: Amazon