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DefecateEcstasy
(grinning soul)
12/16/09 12:56 PM
How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? [re: ]  

She name-drops him in almost every interview. I'm sort of enjoying the visual spectacle..her handlers are mining eighty years of fashion. It's a shame her music is totally vapid.



emptysmellmetal
(grinning soul)
12/18/09 01:41 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: DefecateEcstasy]  

Great question !

Regardless of what you think of her music I must confess that she's the
ONLY performer of late that excites me visually in the manner that Bowie
performances used to. Her costumes are actually exciting.... a recent outfit
with a "lit" vertebra wrapped around her reminded me of the 1980 Floor
Show....and a performance where she sang a dance song then broke a glass
cage w/ a piano inside and entered to conclude with a ballad (all with a fire
backdrop no less) was quite brilliant. And more importantly her performances
appear credible....minus the 1-2-3-4 right-left, left-right "looks
like we're rehearsing" style of virtually everyone from Britney to Madonna.






ghostlove
(cracked actor)
12/18/09 03:24 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: emptysmellmetal]  

I think she might be using the pop orientation to get radio play so she can be able to be creative in the future. There's potential there and I hope she does become more artsy in her song writing.



wiggystardust
(absolute beginner )
01/01/10 01:02 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: emptysmellmetal]  

she makes great pop music, she's playing with imagery and presentation..... it's all good

I reckon Bowie would approve



Adam
(cricket menace)
01/01/10 06:36 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: wiggystardust]  

I am not so sure. He admittedly never got behind Madonna in the early years because he found that her music lacked depth. Kylie Minogue might have been similar from what I can gather. Lady Ga Ga to my ears is bloody awful.




Richard Kingsmill (Triple J FM): "Do you mind if we throw to a song by your old man?.
Duncan Jones (Bowie's Son): "Oh God ... if you have to ... OK ... but have a look at Nick Armstrong and The Thieves"


Adam
(cricket menace)
01/01/10 06:41 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: DefecateEcstasy]  

This highly disparaging comment about Bowie - from the New York Times found it's way re-printed down here in The Age.


Like Barack Obama, with whom she shares no connection beyond an epic Q rating, Lady Gaga billboards her inspirations. Unlike those of the president, her idols are not Beltway policy geeks or Nobel laureates, but gloriously marginal types and representatives of the cultural dregs.

For inspiration, she cites the performance artists Leigh Bowery and Klaus Nomi, and the singer Grace Jones in the intensely stylized period when her image was being masterminded by the brilliant artist-Svengali Jean Paul Goude.

She names David Bowie, too, or anyway the David Bowie of Ziggy Stardust vintage, which was about the last time he gave his audiences anything worthwhile to look at.



....which of course sounds more like the idiot journalists commentary than that of Ga Ga herself.


Richard Kingsmill (Triple J FM): "Do you mind if we throw to a song by your old man?.
Duncan Jones (Bowie's Son): "Oh God ... if you have to ... OK ... but have a look at Nick Armstrong and The Thieves"


riley
(crash course raver)
01/01/10 11:34 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: Adam]  

he has climbed the tranny tree before





Diamond Frog
(acolyte)
01/03/10 07:52 AM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: DefecateEcstasy]  

Daddy's been in a cryogenic box for 5 years. He doesn't feel a thing, I'm afraid.

Lady Gaga's a great performer. Her songs will improve now that she's achieved fame, I'm sure.

When Bowie meets Satie

boscobabie
(grinning soul)
02/01/10 11:29 AM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: DefecateEcstasy]  

I've wondered this same thing. He must be either enjoying this odd resurgence of glam, or he is shaking in his head in disgust at its--er---unpalatable?--sound.

I, too, find her club-like music "vapid", but her visual appearance and some of her lyrics (such as the line below) elude such a Ziggy-esque aura that she is pretty fun to watch.

"Hey there sugar baby, saw you twice at the pop show. You taste just like glitter mixed with rock and roll.... Know you think you're special when we dance real crazy. Glam-aphonic, electronic, d-d-disco baby."



Monkeyboy
(band intro)
02/01/10 12:07 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: boscobabie]  

The success of Lady Gaga makes me sad that Goldfrapp didn't get bigger for doing a similar aesthetic. I suspect that Goldfrapp just didn't go over the top enough with it (and that they didn't think to market exclusively to dumb people). I'm looking forward to Ms Gaga's work in about 5 years, when sustaining a fan base has become a perpetual motion machine. I think she has at least one album in her that will blow our minds.

"OK, I quit. You win. Last post. The end. Goodbye." - Stu, 1 October 2007

ghostlove
(cracked actor)
02/01/10 01:44 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: Monkeyboy]  

I think Goldfrapp might be too cabaret and the sound not too poppy enough. I do love them, though.

As for Gaga, I still believe she is using pop to make a name for herself so she can do grander things. As empty as some of her critics say she is, who would expect something with "Pokerface" in the title to hit it big. She did play w/ Elton John, though., either to increase her gay cred or to get her 'duet w/ Elton' out of the way, ala Eminem and Axl Rose. Their performance wasn't too bad last night and John didn't sound so schlocky.



boscobabie
(grinning soul)
02/01/10 08:07 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: ghostlove]  

I, too, hope she is using pop as her gateway drug to better things. Unfortunately, if she follows in some of her predecessors' footsteps who also attempted this (e.g. John Mayer), she may just belly up with her fans and then return to club music. As much potential I see in GaGa, I am still reminded of the Jersey Shore-watching, shiny shirt-wearing, club goin' personae that pack in her shows.

But ghostlove, you may be on to something. GaGa's live performances are often done acoustically (sounding so much different than her electronic stuff) and her blatant talent is obvious, as is her Bowie and Freddie Mercury influence.

Just like this live performance: <object width="560" height="340"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/4_UUKJlPbXM&hl=en_US&fs=1&rel=0"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/4_UUKJlPbXM&hl=en_US&fs=1&rel=0" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="340"></embed></object>



boscobabie
(grinning soul)
02/01/10 08:08 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: boscobabie]  

well that didn't work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_UUKJlPbXM



ghostlove
(cracked actor)
02/01/10 10:01 PM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: boscobabie]  

You can check the 'markup in your posts' link on top of the 'Reply to' page for the magical effects of creating links among other things.

Here is a link for another perspective of Lady Gaga against Madonna's art as a performer and also of Gaga's 'Monster' concept:

CooCoo for Gaga



sunspot
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/03/10 03:16 AM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: ghostlove]  

She's easily the most exciting thing to come along in a generation. It's hard to assess how talented she is or isn't, given the genre she's operating in. I've seen videos of her piano bar act from 5 years or so ago, and she's clearly capable of doing shit a lot smarter than "Pokerface". And of course we've now all seen her play, sing her pretty little head off and dance her pretty little ass off.

I will say, she makes annoying club music that's far more enjoyable than any of her peers are generally capable of - even with their armies of producers - sporting solid hooks and occasionally hysterical, always memorable lyrics. Visually she's gone way, way beyond Goldfrapp - or anybody else, for that matter. She literally goes through dozens of looks a week. Nobody else (this big, anyhow) has ever done anything like that. She's like a living, breathing 1980 Floor Show.

When she performed Paparazzi at MTV's VMA's the most stunning thing wasn't her performance - which was pretty fucking incredible, FWIW. It was the reaction shot from the celebtard-packed audience. You could just read the look on their faces as the blood-drenched Gaga was hauled into the air above the stage. "Oh shit," the assembled dullards thought to themselves. "I'm way too fucking dense to ever come up with anything this freaked out. If she's the future of pop music, I'd better practice my burger flipping skills."

We can but hope.



sunspot
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/03/10 03:27 AM
Re: How does Daddy feel about LADY GAGA? new [re: sunspot]  

Oh, and by "most exciting thing", I mean in toppermost of the poppermost pop music. I think there are plenty of fairly recent arrivals who are better artists - Goldfrapp and Amy Winehouse, just to name a couple - but none of them spun 5 #1 singles off their debut album. I mean, nobody does shit like that anymore.

Oh, and I love that Gaga's stage show apparently changes, like, weekly. And that she does shit without even properly rehearsing it, as the spirit moves her. So stuff apparently goes totally awry in each and every appearance. After 20 years of Disneyfied aerobics routines from Shitney and her deranged ilk, it's wonderful to see someone just fuck it and go for the craziest shit they can think of on stage night after night.



Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
02/05/10 02:29 PM
Marilyn Manson Did It Better new [re: sunspot]  

Sorry, but, uh...the fuck?

I don't have any particular beef with Lady Gaga, but can you really call her the best thing to come along in a generation if you're not even sure she's talented? Based on what, some goofy costumes and fake blood?

It's funny how much of the praise written about her is based around how much more daring and forward-thinking she is than Madonna, the former title holder of #1 Pop Chameleon. Maybe, I guess -- I'm glad she's namedropping Rilke and all that, but really, "Be the monster! I love your monster!" isn't my idea of a game changing philosophy about anything. Just one more marketing point to throw on the one-sheet, ya know?

Again, she's fine enough as contemporary pop goes, but before I go pushing ol' Madge off of any pedestals, let's wait til Lady G's 41 years old and the producers of some shitty movie sequel ask her to knock out a quick cash-in single for the soundtrack -- if she can drop anything as remotely awesome as "Beautiful Stranger," I'll reconsider.

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

Monkeyboy
(band intro)
02/05/10 04:18 PM
And how new [re: Marquis]  

I think it's pretty telling how bland we have become as a (pop) culture if Lady Gaga really is considered all that ground breaking. But at least someone is making waves - albeit very tiny ones that only seem like ripples to us, more sophisticated types (Fags). The fact that it's even happening, and that people are seeing and appreciating the ripples, is refreshing to me. So what if they're blowing out of proportion? I'm just happy that people are embracing anything that they identify as original for the first time since American Idol officially drove a stake through the heart of pop music's undead corpse.

Of course, my thesis is that your average person can take way more weirdness than they think they can. You just have to introduce them to that possibility slowly and in increments. My hope is that is what Lady Gaga is doing and if so, it's going to make selling weird-shit ambient fusion trip hop a whole lot easier when I try to find a market for my stuff in a few years.

But you're right, my African American brotha. Making the Madonna comparison, while correct on an aesthetic level, is flawed because a big part of what makes Madonna unique is her longevity and sustained chameleon-ness. I just think that we, the people with "good" taste, might find it in our best interest to at least take notice and try to appreciate when someone is clearly trying to do something interesting or remotely edgy in the bland saccharine world of pop. Mainly because pop culture is just so fucking bad that it's hard to even relate to people with "normal" taste. Bad art can ruin a society. We're seeing it happen. Lady Gaga is one of the good ones and she made it inside the Matrix. Hopefully she'll remember where she comes from.

And if not, I'll cut her.

"OK, I quit. You win. Last post. The end. Goodbye." - Stu, 1 October 2007

sunspot
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/06/10 00:19 AM
Re: Marilyn Manson Did It Better new [re: Marquis]  

I said that in pop she's the best thing to come along in a generation, at least at the level she's operating at (multiple #1 hit singles worldwide off her debut album). We haven't seen anything like her roll around - and enjoy this kind of success - since the likes of Prince, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, and Annie Lennox broke through in the very early '80s.

"Beautiful Stranger" was pretty awesome, but I also think it's by far the best thing Madonna has done in a decade (remember, Ray of Light came out in the summer of '98). And I suspect William Orbit was responsible for much of its brilliance.

I don't see Gaga pushing Madonna off her pedestal because Madonna already slid off of it all by herself, more than half a decade ago. And that isn't really the point, anyhow. The shocking thing to me is that nobody better has come along in that space Madonna occupies in over 20 years now. I mean, Britney? You've gotta be kidding me. Gwen Stefani probably came the closest, but she can't really dance, and she couldn't follow up LAMB with another massive hit record.

Gaga strikes me as Madonna's first genuine rival in that niche, commercially and artistically. Which I think speaks to just how utterly creatively bankrupt the old label system has become, and why they're in such atrocious financial condition now. Kiddies trading MP3s are the least of their problems.





Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
02/08/10 04:33 PM
Plus Where's Her Swan Dress? new [re: sunspot]  

I guess the main thing I don't buy is that her songs are better than those of her contemporaries. The ones I've heard are all generally fine, but hardly a patch on the best moments of Beyonce or Rihanna. Hell, I don't think she's made a song as good as "Toxic" yet.

To whatever extent you feel she unites the worlds of pop and avant garde, sure, I'll give her credit. But neither component half is especially groundbreaking on its own, and since I don't care about fashion, I'm only judging her on her pop music skills, which are more adequate than divine.

It's also kind of odd to condemn the major label system based on one of its few recent success stories. Yeah, I get that she's an independent empowered artist or whatever, but she is also absolutely a creation of Interscope.

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

sunspot
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/15/10 00:52 AM
Re: Plus Where's Her Swan Dress? new [re: Marquis]  

Well, Britney didn't "make" a song as good as "Toxic" either, since it was written by somebody else. Gaga is unique in being one of the few pop tarts who writes her own material (Beyonce is another).

I don't think it's odd at all to blast the label system. If Gaga is their creation, they've had exactly one potentially Madonna-rivaling act in 25 years. That's a track record so bad it would embarrass the executives at GM. And I suspect this "success" has a lot more to do with Gaga herself than the dipshit blow monkeys at her label.



Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
02/16/10 07:12 PM
Ah, My Shipment of Gold and Baby Souls Has Arrived new [re: sunspot]  

Right, well for the purposes of this discussion, it doesn't really matter how much of Toxic's success you credit to Spears' performance and how much to Bloodshy & Avant or Cathy Dennis or whoever. Sure, one might give LG some extra credit for writing her songs, but at the end of the day what matters to most people are the results, the songs themselves, and I just don't think hers measure up.

(I should mention at this juncture that -- obviously -- this is based on my personal tastes, but that I do, y'know, actually like some of this shit)

As for the dipshit blow monkeys -- I'm not sure what your criteria for "Madonna-rivalling" are. Jay-Z, Eminem, Destiny's Child, Linkin Park, Spice Girls, Green Day, RHCP, Mariah Carey, Garth Brooks, Ace of Base -- all have outsold Gaga by several orders of magnitude, even accounting for the collapse of the CD market, and they're nowhere near Madonna. With standards that high, you might as well blame the labels for never finding another Beatles.

Anyway, the notion of the stupid, evil label is something, to me, that should have died alongside the notion that artists "sell out" by licensing their songs. There are plenty of assholes who work at independent labels, and plenty of perfectly nice, creative folks working at majors, just like in any other business. I don't know anyone at Interscope personally, but I'm sure there are a lot of people over there who put a lot of hard work into helping Lady Gaga get where she is today, and I'd bet she's quite grateful to the lot of 'em.

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

Forgotten_Boy
(crash course raver)
02/16/10 08:13 PM
Re: Ah, My Shipment of Gold and Baby Souls Has Arr new [re: Marquis]  

In reply to:

As for the dipshit blow monkeys -- I'm not sure what your criteria for "Madonna-rivalling" are. Jay-Z, Eminem, Destiny's Child, Linkin Park, Spice Girls, Green Day, RHCP, Mariah Carey, Garth Brooks, Ace of Base -- all have outsold Gaga by several orders of magnitude


All established artists with a back catalogue, no? That argument doesn't quite stand up.

In reply to:

they're nowhere near Madonna


No, of course they're not. None of the names you mentioned (with the exception of maybe Eminem and the Spice Girls) are pop culture icons. Madonna is - and it's not purely on the back of her music career. It's the bleached blonde hair, the coneshaped bras, the 'Sex' phase... she carefully and deliberately antagonised people. She also has a far greater cross over audience than any of those acts you named and none of them are, or ever will be, a serious contender for that same crossover audience.

GaGa, like Madonna, has become a bit of pop culture icon in her initial bout of stardom and she's the only genuine contender for that crossover audience. People like her because she's not afraid to look like an idiot, or be controversial. She doesn't make headlines because she's a train wreck or because she has a celebrity boyfriend, she makes them on her own terms, when she knows it will raise people's ire. If that doesn't sound like the 88-93 Madonna, then I don't know what does. However, to become more than the heir apparent, she'll have to prove the same longevity that Madonna has.

For the record, personally I don't think Madonna got interesting til about 'Like A Prayer' through to 'Bedtime Stories', then again from 'Ray Of Light' through 'Music'. The earlier stuff I find disposable, the later stuff I find faceless. Comparatively, I find GaGa the most palatable of pop's current trend, if only because it's different and she's believable. My opinions only of course.

I used to be with it, but then they changed what "it" was. Now, what I'm with isn't it, and what's "it" seems weird and scary to me.

Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
02/17/10 05:17 PM
And starring Drake as Justin Upton new [re: Forgotten_Boy]  

Right, meaning only that those artists all started their very successful careers after the rise of Madonna, so it doesn't make much sense to argue that there have been no major label successes in the time since. Anyway, it ain't like Ace of Base have a sprawling catalogue to draw from either.

As for who is and isn't a pop culture icon, well that depends on how you define the borders of the culture in question. You and I might not feel the direct cultural relevance of a Mariah Carey or a Garth Brooks, but to their respective audiences, they are gods.

Maybe I'm just old, but I can certainly recall a time when you couldn't swing a cat without hitting a Spice Girl. I suppose Lady Gaga is approaching that level of cultural saturation, but as you say, she's got to maintain her trajectory for more than 3 years to earn even half the accolades thrown her way on this thread. Maybe she's already there and I just haven't been paying attention.

SIDEBAR

It occurs to me now that it would be very useful for someone to attempt to weight artist sales relative to their era, in the way that ERA+ and OPS+ seek to contextualize baseball statistics to make more accurate comparisons between guys who played in much different eras. Scanning 10,000 records means a lot more today than it did 10, 5, or even 2 years ago.

HORRIBLE METAPHOR TYING THE TWO SECTIONS TOGETHER

In this case, Madonna would be Hank Aaron, a model of consistency and longevity. Mariah Carey would be A-Rod, a one-time prodigy who fell out of favor for being a horrid human being, but whose talent will not be denied*. Which I guess makes Celine Dion the Barry Bonds - try as you might to deny the facts, the numbers don't lie.

Lady Gaga's gotta be, who, Hanley Ramirez? Young and talented and already touted as the best in the game, but plenty still left to prove.

Hmmm. What this really needs is a Ken Griffey Jr. corollary, the sure-thing can't-miss career derailed by injury. Aaliyah? Too soon?

*Have you heard "Obsessed"? It's the tits!

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

ghostlove
(cracked actor)
02/17/10 11:12 PM
Re: And starring Drake as Justin Upton new [re: Marquis]  

Personally, I hope someone like Santigold gets accolades like Gaga. She's working the art angle towards commerciality, not the other way around like Gaga.



Remade/Remodeled
(acolyte)
02/20/10 03:59 PM
Classic new [re: DefecateEcstasy]  

People talking about that disposable Pokerface girl like she's a real person never fails to crack me up.

C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre

sunspot
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/21/10 04:08 AM
Re: Classic new [re: Remade/Remodeled]  

>With standards that high, you might as well blame the labels
>for never finding another Beatles.

You don't need to go that far to wonder what the fuck is wrong with the labels. Screw the Beatles, they haven't even found another Eagles in 30+ years. How hard can THAT be?

I'm not arguing that they're evil. Only that they're incredibly stupid, so stupid I suppose it might resemble a form of evil.

I'd also add that Gaga's success isn't due to Interscope so much as it is to fellow-artist Akon and his label, which is part of Interscope. It was Akon who pushed - and pushed - Gaga for about a year until radio finally picked up her initial single, "Just Dance". (Radio - another bunch of fuckwits so stupid it resembles evil.)

It's interesting that two of the biggest female acts of the past two decades - Alanis Morissette and Lady Gaga - were both pushed by artist-run labels (Alanis by Madonna's late, Warner-affiliated Maverick Records, and Gaga by Akon's Interscope-affiliated Kon Live label).



Adam
(cricket menace)
02/21/10 09:02 PM
Re: Classic new [re: sunspot]  

Both Iman and Lady Ga Ga were present at the AmFAR (Foundation for AIDS research) annual fundraiser in New York just 10 days ago.

This article mentions that Iman is aware that Lady Gaga is a fan of her husband, but that her daughter is a fan of Gaga. Iman says "So, if I can manage tonight to get a photograph of Lady Gaga, I will be a [rock-star] mom for at least 2010, right?"





Richard Kingsmill (Triple J FM): "Do you mind if we throw to a song by your old man?.
Duncan Jones (Bowie's Son): "Oh God ... if you have to ... OK ... but have a look at Nick Armstrong and The Thieves"


schizophrenic
(acolyte)
02/22/10 03:31 AM
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. new [re: sunspot]  

Sunspot, I mean this in the best way possible, but you strike me as the kind of person who has never actually had to deal with a record label personally, doesn't have a clue about how the record industry works, has never done anything remotely creative with their lives, and generally doesn't dwell in what most people refer to as the "real world".

Facile name-calling is all well and good, but you give no real rationale as to why you seem to have a personal grudge against everything that constitutes the music industry aside from "THEY DON'T PLAY THE MUSIC I LIKE".

All mainstream media is a hollow, marionette-like shell of dead skin reanimated by the greasy fist of crass consumerism. Everyone with two brain cells to rub together knows this and has known this for years. The whole reason terms like "alternative" and "indie" meant something before they were commodified is that people were actually taking the time and making the effort to look for something new, different and interesting outside of the mainstream. This has been true for not only years, but decades. Believe it or not, some people actually like music for its own sake, regardless of wether it has any impact on the dominant culture around it. Frankly, once you stop having to prove to yourself and anyone within earshot that you're just so far removed from that evil corporate monolith... I think you'll be a lot happier.

Speaking for myself, I don't give a fuck about wether Lady Gaga writes her own songs... because her songs suck. I don't care about what outrageous things she wears when she sings them... because her songs suck. I don't care about the fact that she can sing them in the first place... because her songs suck. I don't care about whatever "potential" she might have... because her songs suck. Until she writes a song that I think does not suck, my investment in her will continue to be that awful cringing feeling I get whenever Bad Romance comes on the radio and ruins my day, just a bit.

Point is, calling Lady Gaga the most exciting thing to come along in a generation is like calling Obama the best president since Clinton. It's technically true, but defending it as rabidly as you do only underlines how much faith you're still putting in a system you so eagerly claim to despise.



riley
(crash course raver)
06/21/10 08:52 AM
send in the clones new [re: schizophrenic]  

he should just let her strap one on and be done with it





Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
09/13/10 12:22 PM
IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: riley]  

Now that I'm convinced that she murdered her friend and stole her soul, I kind of have to love her, right?

I mean, you're all Bowie fans. You've watched Velvet Goldmine 74 times. Doesn't that story give you that warm, fuzzy, Jack Fairy feeling?

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

riley
(crash course raver)
09/14/10 03:11 PM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: Marquis]  

the "please ordain me Bowie!" in every scripted interview amused me.. but the strategic accidental leaking of a fake album listing in order to publicly corner bowie into collaborating both annoyed me but then amused me when TBB gave her the smackdown on bnet.

after watching that poor kid Lina and how real, passionate and raw her talent is/was I'm now now off the fence. She's a sociopath. she's climbing up the pop whore ladder spoofing all over each as she climbs off em and she's really dragged KISS down to a new level of lil blue pill pathetic but that amuses me too so it's all good




Adam
(cricket menace)
09/17/10 02:17 AM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: riley]  

KISS need dragging down periodically. So the Ga Ga thing looks like a marriage made in heaven or hell depending on perspective.



riley
(crash course raver)
09/17/10 11:09 AM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: Adam]  

made in heaven? dunno.. the pic is very disturbing but the lack of vaginal cleavage might require some creative thinking which I doubt they are capable of. he does have that tongue though.



Adam
(cricket menace)
10/04/10 08:54 AM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: riley]  

A big moment as Ga Ga joins Yoko Ono on stage in America. Here's some footage of them singing Ono's 'The Sun is Down'. It is better than I thought it would be.






Quills
(wild eyed peoploid)
10/04/10 04:35 PM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: Adam]  

In reply to:

A big moment as Ga Ga joins Yoko Ono on stage in America. Here's some footage of them singing Ono's 'The Sun is Down'. It is better than I thought it would be.



It's fucking awful! Like two manky owld cats screeching

I went to a restaurant that serves 'breakfast at any time'. So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance.


riley
(crash course raver)
10/05/10 12:04 PM
Re: IMPORTANT UPDATE new [re: Adam]  

a duet in perfect unison!

..kind of like tubgirl having lunch
on the bright side that means ringo and paul are safe for now.




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