Jefferson Airplane --> Jefferson Starship --> Starship. By Starship they'd lost every original member of Jefferson Airplane, and Paul Kantner, the last original member, sued over the Jefferson Starship name being used by what was left.These people used to be Jefferson Airplane? Whoa, I seriously didn't know that. What happened between this and the 1960s?
This is a perfect example of not aging well. The original is great, I loved the cover when it came out. But it just doesn't sound good now.Was there a trend at this time, of pop punk bands covering 80's songs? because I also remember Bowling for soup did a cover of I ran by flock of seagulls. I'm not necessarily saying the cover itself is terrible, but that the video is VERY early 2000's pop punk video.
I knew the actual Adagio for Strings was a song, but I had no idea that the shit prior to it and after it was a song, or even part of it.
There was a time everything this schmuck shat out would get played over and over on every white teenager's party.
Oh, I see. You want to play dirty?
Every time I go out with my classmates in natural resources on field trips, they put this shit on the radio. I either bring my iPod and be antisocial, or I slowly go insane and pretend that I'm enjoying my time with them.
Pop-country music is cringe central
Are you referring to Say It Ain't So, because that's my favorite of theirs. I think it has aged well.Speaking of overplayed music, I'd prefer a little less "Buddy Hollie" from Wheezer and would rather some less-chosen hits from their greater albums. Helps even the flow of their popular hits.
I didn't know there was anyone outside of Feminist-Frequency followers who were dumb enough not to immediately figure out the whole thing was an obvious publicity stunt on the part of Janet herself.As someone who doesn't really participate in Pop Music, it's difficult for me to judge a lot of this shit- I didn't like Timberlake at the time, musically. I still don't, but he hasn't really offended me either, musically-speaking.
But I will gleefully "like" anything/anyone that throws shade at that prissy little bitch. I'm still pissed at him, for leaving Janet Jackson high and dry after the Superbowl wardrobe malfunction. It's not like I'm a Janet fan, either. I just think he's a fucking bitch, for pushing all the blame onto her. That's like, a fireman leaving another fireman in a burning building, or an athlete throwing a teammate under the bus, after a tough loss.
Fuck Justin Timberlake. He's a cowardly little shit.
My brother loved this when we were children. I am more just in awe of it. I know there's a million just like it, but it just jars me every time I remember it.Sisqó, "the Thong Song."
This sort of thing was cool for all of about five minutes in the spring of 2000.
I actually kind of like the first, gets kind of haunting near the end. But I'd be willing to argue almost everything Chicago's ever done hasn't aged well. Even when they didn't suck.
I think I can safely say that most 80s songs are outdated and haven't aged particularly well.