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100% Wire wrote:
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.


Two albums of formulaic, bleeding heart nonsense and a poorly executed Bond theme sounding like Shirley Bassey doing drunken karaoke. It doesn't matter how average 25 will be, the media will tell us all that it's the work of a legendary musical genius.
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As I type, the license fee payer is currently subsidising a glorified commercial, for the most overhyped nonsense in years. i.e. the new Adele release.

Having been subjected to "previously unheard" songs throughout the day, I can only conclude that the "loveable Cockney sparrow" has done what she did for the previous 2 releases, namely bawl her way through "woe is me" break up /you aint having me/looking for love/can we be together forever, songs.

Yes, the gullible British (and the rest of the planet, to be fair) will swallow this "return to genius" offering.
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On the subject of over hyped cabaret chanteuses, whatever happened to the 'genius' that was Duffy?
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I was subjected to the X Factor this weekend, at the hands of my youngest daughter, whom I can only conclude from her enjoyment of the show has turned out wrong; god have mercy on my soul, I've spawned a monster.

That aside, I'm absolutely staggered at the level of hype that surrounds this festival of mediocrity; the 'performers' are bland and given varying degrees of electronic assistance, based (I assume) on who Simon Cowell has decided will be most marketable as the eventual winner; the judges emote and hold forth on the incredible stoicism and talent of their karaoke stars, as if they were potential nobel prize winners and lives were at stake; and the audience bays and howls like a mob at a gladiatorial contest - whilst I'm told that 3 million people cast votes on their phones, which highlights the unfettered rise of dumb Britain and further degrades my faith in the future of mankind.

Simon Cowell has killed pop music, and destroyed the whole of civilisation. Probably.
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I was subjected to the X Factor this weekend...


Same here and I agree with everything you say although I really don't think the majority of fans care about what is obviously a karaoke competition, even the dullest of dullards must be able to identify that it's all a sham. No, they have a much more sick and twisted interest in the whole celebrity aura which surrounds the show. They are in effect watching the journey of the next face of Iceland, the next front page sex scandal in the Sun, the next contestant on the merry-go-round of celebrity reality TV. Just look at Olly Murs, from contestant to presenter, the ultimate symbol of aspiration for the Heat magazine generation. If you're of any value to Simon Cowell's wallet, anything is possible. The singing is just a means to an end, nobody gives a toss about the music, it's all about the potential of a nobody becoming the next to have their well documented 15 minutes of fame. And if there's a nervous breakdown in there all the better!

I too was left with little faith in the future of mankind and a feeling that very soon we will have 'may contain milk' stickers plastered all over cartons of milk for the dumbest dumb heads of dumb Britain.
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lefty goldblatt wrote:
As I type, the license fee payer is currently subsidising a glorified commercial, for the most overhyped nonsense in years. i.e. the new Adele release


She's had so much free advertising from the BBC, it's unreal.

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King Street Cat wrote:
On the subject of over hyped cabaret chanteuses, whatever happened to the 'genius' that was Duffy?


Her record company had 'Mercy' (see what i did there? ;)) on us and pulled the plug. 'Warwick Avenue' was better than all Adele's output though.

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Jake Bugg is just a George Formby throwback

Utter tosh


:lol: :lol:

Never heard him called that before. Niice

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bren2k wrote:
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.


Very well-put :thumb:

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100% Wire wrote:
:lol: :lol:

Never heard him called that before. Niice


Honestly, scary how similar :wink:
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