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Re: Madonna's song truly rocks!
• Posted by: NightShine   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, January 1, 2003, at 2:01 p.m.
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• In Response to: Madonna's song truly rocks! (Rikardo)

> Ok, so the score may suck but at least the Madonna song is becoming a
> instant classic over europe! i totally understand why you donīt like it!
> americans are not used to modern and sophisticated sounds! while at europe
> this kind of sound is what most sells, in america is the boring and same
> old style of songs that produce hit records! so forgive madonna and her
> producers for trying to bring some inovation to the bond music scene when
> you prefer to live in the past!

> p.s.:both garbage and sheryl crow songs were also pretty inovative and
> stylish! get used to european fashionable and trendy sound! try to move on
> forward not backward

OMG...the typical "old world" arrogance. Totally out of place.
I hate this song...and I am European as well. Believe it or not, I haven't
heard the song until I watched the movie (well, at least not consciously) and
I almost choked on my pop-corn when I heard it. I was close to leaving the theatre
but I was hoping for a better movie to follow (which didn't).
Let's hope that the next Bond movie will feature
a memorable title song again and not such badly written trash.

The song has become an instant classic in Europe ??
Not here (Germany that is).
And what exactly is "european fashionable and trendy sound" ?
Uhm...isn't Madonna american ??

Happy New Year by the way !


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