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  1. My opinion constantly changes about this album....Sometimes, I think it's the best album ever recorded, and I occasionally think it's just a pile of crap. But I would love to know what this community thinks of it! I'm talking about the album Strip by Adam Ant, from 1983. Adam was previously known for hits like Stand and Deliver, Prince Charming, and Antmusic with his band Adam and the Ants, but his solo career just doesn't get enough credit. This album actually contributed to the downfall of his career, since it was his first album of new material to not reach the top 10 in the UK (Ant's home country) and didn't even reach the top 60 in the US. Not only was it not a huge charting success, but it was also met with pretty bad reviews. All Allmusic talks about is how the album flopped and doesn't really comment on the actual content, but nearly every other review I've seen has said that it's basically a pile of campy crap. I guess I should stop talking about the album's background and start talking about the actual music. The harsh reviewers were right in saying that the album was pretty over the top, but I think it has that type of quality in a really good way. If you only listen to hardcore rock, you probably wouldn't like it. I think it appeals more to an audience that just enjoys straight up pop music. Honestly, I don't really know how to describe this album, so I would recommend just listening to it. All of the tracks are on both Spotify and YouTube (and iTunes). A lot of people on MSL's server probably know that I won't shut up about this album and Adam's music in general. Maybe you guys would like this album, honestly idk.
  2. Going back to the title of this thread, I think that a lot of rappers can add a great flair to a song through being featured, but it is a rather cliched practice in pop music.
  3. I meant that Dark Horse was generally regarded as a hit for Katy and Juicy J was just a featured rapper.
  4. Actually, there have been a lot of songs from singers that each feature different rappers that I'd never heard of before. Was Juicy J popular outside of being featured on Dark Horse? I feel like the singers are the ones who make the song top the charts in a lot of cases.
  5. I forgot to mention Gaga, Melanie Martinez, Mariah, Celine, and Mars Argo. There's probably a lot of artists I'm still forgetting.
  6. reddaughter18


    Hi! I've been a member here for a few months, but I really just joined because I joined a Discord server that promoted this website and I haven't been active at all for most of the time I've been on here, so I figured I would introduce myself! I'm Christian, but I would prefer if you called me red, since my name doesn't accurately reflect my beliefs and my opinions on religion. I'm generally obsessed with music from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s (2000-2009), and I like some music from the current decade and some from before the 80s. My favorite genres are dance pop, rock (I'm into stuff like punk rock but not death rock, heavy metal, or anything to the extreme), electronic pop, R&B, some country pop, and some rap (I'm not huge fans of these genres, though). My favorite artists include Robyn, Madonna, Kim Wilde, Adam Ant, Michael Jackson, Kate Bush, Bjork, Roxette, ABBA, Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Prince, Fefe Dobson, Avril Lavigne, Whitney Houston, Donna Summer, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and Azealia Banks (not a fan of her as a person). I'm 14 and I'm super fragile so I probably won't last a very long time here.... (btw my pfp is from Stand and Deliver by Adam and the Ants)
  7. I doubt EA care about mods that enhance gameplay like that at all.
  8. Hello! Welcome to COP :gaycat7:

    Make an introduction thread to get started!