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Well, awesome, Adele is back with more bland, dull, boring, over-hyped rubbish, with the pomp and ceremony of what seems like the entire world's media behind her. I can't wait for her new single to be played 5 times a day while i'm at work, with the DJ's fawning themselves into a coma every single time.

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Well, awesome, Adele is back with more bland, dull, boring, over-hyped rubbish, with the pomp and ceremony of what seems like the entire world's media behind her. I can't wait for her new single to be played 5 times a day while i'm at work, with the DJ's fawning themselves into a coma every single time.


I was astounded by the hype surrounding her new song. All mainstream radio stations were fawning over it, even BBC TV news got in on the act. She is an overrated run of the mill singer/songwriter but it comes across as though she's some sort of musical messiah.
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Well, awesome, Adele is back with more bland, dull, boring, over-hyped rubbish, with the pomp and ceremony of what seems like the entire world's media behind her. I can't wait for her new single to be played 5 times a day while i'm at work, with the DJ's fawning themselves into a coma every single time.



Spot on. What the world sees in this overhyped (at times, pubsingeresque) I will never know.

On Friday, Gobpooh Evans was gushing over this formulaic pish, reminding us at every opportunity that he was going to/has played this song. So what.
Yet another "flavour of the month" act getting put on a pedestal, when their output is mediocre. It puts me in mind of the media juggernaut which was the release of Oasis' Be Here Now in 1997. All and sundry telling us that it was a work of genius, only for the Gallagher bros themselves to admit that they weren't happy with it, a couple of months after release. Guess what, the media then backtrack, and then say it wasn't very good, after all.

Can we also put that ginger dullard Ed Shearen in the same category, please.
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Spot on. What the world sees in this overhyped (at times, pubsingeresque) I will never know.

On Friday, Gobpooh Evans was gushing over this formulaic pish, reminding us at every opportunity that he was going to/has played this song. So what.
Yet another "flavour of the month" act getting put on a pedestal, when their output is mediocre. It puts me in mind of the media juggernaut which was the release of Oasis' Be Here Now in 1997. All and sundry telling us that it was a work of genius, only for the Gallagher bros themselves to admit that they weren't happy with it, a couple of months after release. Guess what, the media then backtrack, and then say it wasn't very good, after all.

Can we also put that ginger dullard Ed Shearen in the same category, please.


I just don't get it. In fairness, perhaps i SHOULDN'T, i mean i'm a 30 year-old straight male, i'm clearly not Adele's demographic (women, women just broken up)... but 52million views on YT in 2 days, they can't ALL be the demographic i mentioned, can they? The hype is ridiculous, i've heard the first 60 secs of the song, it sounds like everything she's done before, none of THAT was 'genius' either. Yes, i've had my say on Sheeran on this thread recently, painfully average made-for-radio crap, dressed up by many as ''amazing' (industry buzzword i suppose). It aggravates me way more than it should.

I'm a big fan of Jake Bugg (though it annoys me he's used a co-writer), some great songs and he's a bloody good guitarist, but never heard him on radio bar the occasional Radio One play, yet singer/writer/guitarists such as George Ezra/James Bay and Hozier are all over commercial radio. Baffles me

I still like Be Here Now though ;)

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I just don't get it. In fairness, perhaps i SHOULDN'T, i mean i'm a 30 year-old straight male, i'm clearly not Adele's demographic (women, women just broken up)... but 52million views on YT in 2 days, they can't ALL be the demographic i mentioned, can they? The hype is ridiculous, i've heard the first 60 secs of the song, it sounds like everything she's done before, none of THAT was 'genius' either. Yes, i've had my say on Sheeran on this thread recently, painfully average made-for-radio crap, dressed up by many as ''amazing' (industry buzzword i suppose). It aggravates me way more than it should.

I'm a big fan of Jake Bugg (though it annoys me he's used a co-writer), some great songs and he's a bloody good guitarist, but never heard him on radio bar the occasional Radio One play, yet singer/writer/guitarists such as George Ezra/James Bay and Hozier are all over commercial radio. Baffles me

I still like Be Here Now though ;)



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Olly Murs - that he has achieved the level of success, fame and wealth he appears to enjoy, with such an obvious absence of talent beyond that of a local pub karaoke singer, is beyond my comprehension; I am instantly and long-lastingly irritated the second he appears on any broadcast medium.

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Olly Murs - that he has achieved the level of success, fame and wealth he appears to enjoy, with such an obvious absence of talent beyond that of a local pub karaoke singer, is beyond my comprehension; I am instantly and long-lastingly irritated the second he appears on any broadcast medium.

Your post would be equally apt if replaced by the tuneless creature which is, Ellie Goulding. Horrible.
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Olly Murs - that he has achieved the level of success, fame and wealth he appears to enjoy, with such an obvious absence of talent beyond that of a local pub karaoke singer, is beyond my comprehension; I am instantly and long-lastingly irritated the second he appears on any broadcast medium.


And now that he is well and truly one of Cowell's golden boys, his 15 minutes of fame is going to be stretched out even longer. He had a great amount of luck in that he popped up at the time when cheeky Essex chappies were opiate for the masses. The whole concept of him makes me want to vomit.
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