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Comments about the soundtrack for Die Another Day (David Arnold)

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Re: Madonna's song truly rocks!
• Posted by: C.C.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, September 4, 2003, at 6:56 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Madonna's song truly rocks! (Rikardo)

> so you classify madonnaīs song as pop? thereīs the proove that you know
> very little about music... personally i also hate european or american pop
> because it is totally manufarectured and superficial (the lyrics are
> ridiculous, the song structure is basic and the voices are the worst). i
> do understand that the song from madonna isnīt quite the thing we are used
> to hear in a bond film soundtrack, but i believe that it goes well with
> the movieīs rush! and thank god it isnīt another ballad.
> This is a quite provincial viewpoint." & "Anyways, I

> by the way, there is a notorious difference between britney and christina,
> britney canīt sing - i know because i was once unluckly enough to see a
> perform live.

There is a big difference between Britney and Christina:
Britney is Beautiful and Christina is UGLY. Simple.

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