It's all getting a little silly...

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by juboy, Aug 30, 2002.

  1. juboy

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    Is it just me, or are these pop/trance cover versions getting ever more inane?

    The latest main offender is DJ Sammy's version of Bryan Adam's 'Heaven'. It makes me laugh just typing it!
     
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    I just cant be bothered with them, they are all beginning to sound the same, nothing original.
     
  3. david plunkett

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    Ive noticed every few years they seem to take a style of dance music latest example (well when that ATB nugget came along) being trance, throw in an apparently fit bird in clubbing gear and give her some **** lyrics that are easy to remember, and then think they have created some form of great dance music.

    Although in reality they have created utter ****e, which only appeals to tracksuit wearing, cheap cider drinking street urchins.
     
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    ALSO, has anyone noticed how they seem to be trying to bring back Happy Hardcore in all the charty dance ********.
     

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