Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Airwave blog 2: Borat and Madonna

Madonna, beautiful as always!

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Monday, February 26, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Carrie Underwood gets 'Wasted'

Cutie, Carrie Underwood latest video!

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Andrew Bird's new album

March is near and this album by Andrew Bird is coming out too!


Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Robbie's 'She's Madonna' video and Madonna's 'Mujer' in Spanish

Dedicated to Madonna! The Queen!

Madonna singing in Spanish!

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Good Charlotte CD for March

I reviewed the single, on Airwave and the album will be arriving soon, so stay tuned. I have some great things to say about them. What? I loved music and Madonna too!

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Madonna in Malawi with 'Too Good To Be True'

Here's Madonna promoting her children's book in Malawi.

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Monday, February 12, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: 'Reinvention' Remix

I love Madonna. Here is the remix to the 'Reinvention' Tour in 2004.


Thursday, February 08, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Hilary Duff sings 'With Love'

Hilary Duff is trying to be a singer. I don't know but I have to admit that her single, "With Love" from her album Dignity (Hollywood Records) due out on Apr. 3 and I am not a big fan of Duff but her vocals are not that bad on this song. I still think of her as Lizzie McGwire and I should remember that everyone grows up. Just ask Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. It is hard to transition from TV star to singer. However, Paris Hilton who is only famous because of her last name is NO singer. Duff has a better voice when she is not trying too hard.

Just listen to the lyrics and she is not trying to hard with her voice. I honesty thought that Duff was going to fail with this song. But no she didn't fail.

I don't mind you telling me what's been on your mind lately
I don't mind you speaking up
I know sometimes I can be all wrapped up and into me
I can be in such a rush

Just slow me down, slow me down
Tell me tomorrow everything will be around
Just slow me down, slow me down
You're the one who keeps me on the ground

Baby, you can be tough
Say enough is enough
You can even be blunt
Just do with love, love, love
You can tell me I'm wrong
That I'm coming on way too strong
Don't think I'll be crushed
Just do with love, love, love, love
Just do with love, love, love, love
Just do with love.

I do think that she can be loved. I love this song for more than just want it is.

Rating: 4 out of 5

Monday, February 05, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Madonna as a 'Princess'

CUTE! Madonna as Princess Selenia from the movie "Arthur and the Invisibles." Yes, before you say anything I DID go see this film because her Madgesty was featured in it. I don't care I love her and I don't care what people say about her either.

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Airwave Blog 2: The Shins 'Wincing the Night Away'

Indie-rock's hardest-working slackers finally release their third album (Sub Pop Record), on which they've made the clear transition from bedroom-pop to stadium-rock without losing everything that makes them great.

Those soaring vocals that sound like the unholiest collision of the Cure and Simon and Garfunkel, the nimble pop hooks that are never overused, those lyrics that are as self-deprecating and razor sharp as they are playful--dude, it's all still here. Relax, you can still swoon.

Musically, there are some new elements, from the ragged surf-rock that propels "Pam Berry" to the near hip-hop beats of "Sea Legs" and percolating electronica on "Sleeping Lessons" (which two thirds of the way through shows Band of Horses how to write a song).

Wincing is neither the clever genre recombinant exercise of their second album nor is it the perfect little self-contained universe of their debut. This is not the Shins' best album; it's their growing pains third record.

James Mercer has learned how to shout his words so the folks in the back row can hear; a slightly harder edge and more confidence is on display. But it doesn't gel fully.

Mercer remains one of the most talented songwriters working in pop today, and what this album proves is that the group deserves to move beyond the little Zach-Braff-movie-watching, This-American-Life-listening, Frappuccino-sipping demo-ghetto they've found themselves in. Wincing confidently bristles with stupendous and smart rock music that deserves to be enjoyed by your kid brother and your folks as much as your dorm-mates.

1. Sleeping Lessons
2. Australia
3. Pam Berry
4. Phantom Limb
5. Sea Legs
6. Red Rabbits
7. Turn On Me
8. Black Wave
9. Spilt Needles
10. Girl Sailor
11. A Comet Appears

Rating: 4 out of 5


Friday, February 02, 2007

Airwave Blog 2: Megamix of Madonna music

More than 16 minutes long. I love it!

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