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hollywood0024

Rank Michael Jackson's albums from best to worst.

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Reply #1 posted 12/16/20 5:50pm

alphastreet

Bad
Thriller
Dangerous
Off the wall
History
Music & Me
Blood on the dancefloor
Invincible
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Reply #2 posted 12/16/20 6:29pm

JayCrawford

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again.

Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson (87-09)

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
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Reply #3 posted 12/16/20 6:35pm

JayCrawford

JayCrawford said:

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again. Seeing him live during his prime.

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
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Reply #4 posted 12/16/20 6:55pm

alphastreet

JayCrawford said:

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again.

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
[Edited 12/16/20 18:31pm]


Though I don’t agree, I wondered if you know the jacksons destiny and triumph, wanted to rank it too cause they feel like mj essential
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Reply #5 posted 12/16/20 6:58pm

JayCrawford

alphastreet said:

JayCrawford said:

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again.

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
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Though I don’t agree, I wondered if you know the jacksons destiny and triumph, wanted to rank it too cause they feel like mj essential



If it was about the group. I would have put Destiny as number 1 for me.
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Reply #6 posted 12/16/20 6:59pm

alphastreet

JayCrawford said:

alphastreet said:



Though I don’t agree, I wondered if you know the jacksons destiny and triumph, wanted to rank it too cause they feel like mj essential



If it was about the group. I would have put Destiny as number 1 for me.


It’s really a gem! At one point I ranked those two higher than off the wall
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Reply #7 posted 12/16/20 7:03pm

TrivialPursuit

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JayCrawford said:

Anything after Thriller was garbage


Absolutely untrue.

"eye don’t really care so much what people say about me because it is a reflection of who they r."
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Reply #8 posted 12/16/20 7:12pm

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Folks really be ratin' shit lately! haha

So, top to bottom:

  1. Dangerous - it's so rich and full; the whole first side is an album unto itself, but the second side is so great
  2. Thriller - a classic front to back
  3. Bad - My only fault for this album is the vocals being sped up here and there. I do have an original LP with the first mixes. It was greatly altered as time went on, with 7" remixes, etc. being inserted, and other production added
  4. Off The Wall - Yeah, it's a very nice record, but sorta ...I don't know. It's like a precursor to bigger things, but I respect fan's love for this album
  5. Blood On The Dance Floor / HIStory - I really like the 5 new songs and the "Scream" remix on BOTDF, so that solidfies it for me; A lot, not all, of the remixes are nice on there. Tough to rate a remix album with 5 new tracks.
  6. Xscape - a good piece of MJ history, about half the re-dos were well done.
  7. Invincible - it felt overproduced, overreaching (even for MJ), and dare I say desperate in some fashion.

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Reply #9 posted 12/16/20 7:49pm

SoulAlive

‘Off The Wall’ is MJ’s best album.
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Reply #10 posted 12/16/20 8:03pm

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Here is my list music

1. Off The Wall (1979)

2. Bad (1987)

3. Thriller (1982)

4. Music & Me (1973)

5. History (1995)

6. Got To Be There (1972) & Ben (1972)

7. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) MJ narrated and won a Grammy for it!

8. Farewell My Summer Love (1984)

9. Dangerous (1991)

10. Forever, Michael (1975)

11. Blood On The Dancefloor: History In The Mix (1997)

12. Invincible (2001)

I don't consider Michael (2010) or Xcape (2014) to be proper MJ albums since they were released after his death, plus some of those tracks don't sound like MJ!

Keep Calm & Listen To Prince
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Reply #11 posted 12/17/20 1:42am

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JayCrawford said:

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again.

Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson (87-09)

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
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[Edited 12/16/20 20:23pm]


Growing up during ANY era is a once in a lifetime moment. Unless you believe in reincarnation.

Also, I think it's kind of funny how in every single thread you like to point out how great you have it because you were born so long ago. Like, every single thread, you mention this. It's like you're trying to convince yourself that you're happy with the fact that you're old and out of touch. Either way you come across as one of those trolls who have become so popular on this site in the last few years.


Anyway, here's my list. I'm only going to list his bigger albums because all the others would be below these anyway.

1. Thriller
Almost perfect but for the fact Paul Mccartney is on it. But other than that, the perfect pop album.

2. Off The Wall
Love the disco vibe

3. Bad
Somehow both underrated and overrated by different fans but I like it. Didn't reinvent the wheel but a classic nevertheless.

4. Invincible
A few duds but I really like the album as a whole.

5. Dangerous
Some great songs on here but I don't like the whole new jack swing sound.

6. History
Any album that features both You Are Not Alone and Earth Song will always come in last place for me but it does have its moments. Not a bad album by any stretch of the imagination.
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Reply #12 posted 12/17/20 3:16am

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Too hard. All of them are great. And there are no huge up and downs. Well, maybe between Motown and Epic, but both are on a high level, with the main distinction that one is sung by a child who was told what to sing and the other by a grown up who was in control. Among the Epic ones the only one that stands out as being not that great is Invincible.

JayCrawford said:

Anything after Thriller was garbage


You are too. wink

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Reply #13 posted 12/17/20 3:47am

JayCrawford

EmmaMcG said:

JayCrawford said:

Off The Wall
Thriller
Music and Me
Forever, Michael
Got To Be There

Anything after Thriller was garbage

Is crazy too because I'm a few years younger than Michael Jackson. Damn... Growing up during his era the 70s and 80s. That alone is a once in a lifetime moment that will never happen again.

Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson (87-09)

Man us 60s babies are the best cool
[Edited 12/16/20 18:31pm]
[Edited 12/16/20 20:23pm]


Growing up during ANY era is a once in a lifetime moment. Unless you believe in reincarnation.

Also, I think it's kind of funny how in every single thread you like to point out how great you have it because you were born so long ago. Like, every single thread, you mention this. It's like you're trying to convince yourself that you're happy with the fact that you're old and out of touch. Either way you come across as one of those trolls who have become so popular on this site in the last few years.


Anyway, here's my list. I'm only going to list his bigger albums because all the others would be below these anyway.

1. Thriller
Almost perfect but for the fact Paul Mccartney is on it. But other than that, the perfect pop album.

2. Off The Wall
Love the disco vibe

3. Bad
Somehow both underrated and overrated by different fans but I like it. Didn't reinvent the wheel but a classic nevertheless.

4. Invincible
A few duds but I really like the album as a whole.

5. Dangerous
Some great songs on here but I don't like the whole new jack swing sound.

6. History
Any album that features both You Are Not Alone and Earth Song will always come in last place for me but it does have its moments. Not a bad album by any stretch of the imagination.



So according to you I'm a "troll" just because I'm just stating how lucky I am?

You kids are so damn sensitive.
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Reply #14 posted 12/17/20 3:48am

JayCrawford

PatrickS77 said:

Too hard. All of them are great. And there are no huge up and downs. Well, maybe between Motown and Epic, but both are on a high level, with the main distinction that one is sung by a child who was told what to sing and the other by a grown up who was in control. Among the Epic ones the only one that stands out as being not that great is Invincible.





JayCrawford said:


Anything after Thriller was garbage



You are too. wink

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Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson.
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Reply #15 posted 12/17/20 4:18am

PatrickS77

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JayCrawford said:

PatrickS77 said:

Too hard. All of them are great. And there are no huge up and downs. Well, maybe between Motown and Epic, but both are on a high level, with the main distinction that one is sung by a child who was told what to sing and the other by a grown up who was in control. Among the Epic ones the only one that stands out as being not that great is Invincible.


You are too. wink

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Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson.

All Michael Jackson. And all great.

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Reply #16 posted 12/17/20 6:16am

uPtoWnNY

1) Off the Wall

2) Thriller

3) Got to be There

Post-Thriller, Michael's music didn't grab me like before.

'Thriller' was more commercially successful, but 'Off the Wall' is Michael bringing the dance and the funk.

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Reply #17 posted 12/17/20 6:28am

EmmaMcG

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JayCrawford said:

EmmaMcG said:



Growing up during ANY era is a once in a lifetime moment. Unless you believe in reincarnation.

Also, I think it's kind of funny how in every single thread you like to point out how great you have it because you were born so long ago. Like, every single thread, you mention this. It's like you're trying to convince yourself that you're happy with the fact that you're old and out of touch. Either way you come across as one of those trolls who have become so popular on this site in the last few years.


Anyway, here's my list. I'm only going to list his bigger albums because all the others would be below these anyway.

1. Thriller
Almost perfect but for the fact Paul Mccartney is on it. But other than that, the perfect pop album.

2. Off The Wall
Love the disco vibe

3. Bad
Somehow both underrated and overrated by different fans but I like it. Didn't reinvent the wheel but a classic nevertheless.

4. Invincible
A few duds but I really like the album as a whole.

5. Dangerous
Some great songs on here but I don't like the whole new jack swing sound.

6. History
Any album that features both You Are Not Alone and Earth Song will always come in last place for me but it does have its moments. Not a bad album by any stretch of the imagination.



So according to you I'm a "troll" just because I'm just stating how lucky I am?

You kids are so damn sensitive.


You're a troll because you keep saying the same bullshit in every thread and completely ignore any kind of recommendation that may change your opinion on the "state of modern music". Which I don't buy because if you were really as old as you claim, you probably wouldn't act like a stubborn child. Which leaves us with two possibilities. You are either an actual 60-whatetver year old man with the brain of an adolescent or you're just a lonely loser trolling a Prince fansite for kicks. Or perhaps a combination of the two. Either way, you're really annoying and I'm going to join the handful of others on here who are already ignoring everything you post.
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Reply #18 posted 12/17/20 6:31am

uPtoWnNY

EmmaMcG said:

JayCrawford said:
So according to you I'm a "troll" just because I'm just stating how lucky I am? You kids are so damn sensitive.
You're a troll because you keep saying the same bullshit in every thread and completely ignore any kind of recommendation that may change your opinion on the "state of modern music". Which I don't buy because if you were really as old as you claim, you probably wouldn't act like a stubborn child. Which leaves us with two possibilities. You are either an actual 60-whatetver year old man with the brain of an adolescent or you're just a lonely loser trolling a Prince fansite for kicks. Or perhaps a combination of the two. Either way, you're really annoying and I'm going to join the handful of others on here who are already ignoring everything you post.

POW!!!! lol

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Reply #19 posted 12/17/20 7:03am

CAL3

1. Thriller
Almost perfect but for the fact Paul Mccartney is on it. But other than that, the perfect pop album.[/quote]
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Just what exactly is THAT supposed to mean?
I’ve been informed that my opinion is worth less than those expressed by others here.
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Reply #20 posted 12/17/20 7:11am

PatrickS77

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CAL3 said:

. Just what exactly is THAT supposed to mean?

Ah. It's EmmaMcG. Nevermind her. razz biggrin wink

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Reply #21 posted 12/17/20 7:56am

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Of the albums he released as an adult beginning with "Off The Wall", my favorites from best to worst are the order in which they were released. As for "Invincible", oh hell naw! I didn't even buy that mess.

.

My favorite songs are the ones under the name The Jacksons but as far as albums goes, I guess the first would be "Triumph", then "Destiny", "Goin' Places", "The Jacksons", and "Victory". They can keep that damn "2300 Jackson Street" though.

.

Michael had better full albums than when he was with his brothers but as for particular songs, songs like "Lovely One", "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)", "Walk Right Now", "Heartbreak Hotel", "The Things I Do For You", and "Blame It On The Boogie", stomp all over most of Michael's solo stuff which had more pop in it. But the problem with some of The Jacksons albums, is there were too many slow songs on some of them.

Andy is a four letter word.
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Reply #22 posted 12/17/20 8:11am

JayCrawford

EmmaMcG said:

JayCrawford said:




So according to you I'm a "troll" just because I'm just stating how lucky I am?

You kids are so damn sensitive.


You're a troll because you keep saying the same bullshit in every thread and completely ignore any kind of recommendation that may change your opinion on the "state of modern music". Which I don't buy because if you were really as old as you claim, you probably wouldn't act like a stubborn child. Which leaves us with two possibilities. You are either an actual 60-whatetver year old man with the brain of an adolescent or you're just a lonely loser trolling a Prince fansite for kicks. Or perhaps a combination of the two. Either way, you're really annoying and I'm going to join the handful of others on here who are already ignoring everything you post.



Oh dear, someone is already having a fit. You can believe what you want. This is the whole classic "There is good music out there but you have to look harder" has been said to death and quite frankly it isn't true you kids can call us "boomers" or "trolls" or whatever you want but it doesn't change the fact on how bad music is today. Once upon a time good music was on the radio or even on MTV or clubs, or through talk shows. Did you know that? Probably not.

Not my fault you can't handle facts about the state of music industry of today. You kids call anyone a "troll" for telling it how it is. Most "recommendations" you people offer turns out to be a huge let down 90% of the time from artists who are just copying previous shit.

But continue the piss fit, doesn't bother me either way. Before I joined this thread and I would read it before you were always the miserable kid crying and moaning. So not surprised by this response.

Get over it kid.
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Reply #23 posted 12/17/20 8:22am

JayCrawford

vainandy said:

Of the albums he released as an adult beginning with "Off The Wall", my favorites from best to worst are the order in which they were released. As for "Invincible", oh hell naw! I didn't even buy that mess.


.


My favorite songs are the ones under the name The Jacksons but as far as albums goes, I guess the first would be "Triumph", then "Destiny", "Goin' Places", "The Jacksons", and "Victory". They can keep that damn "2300 Jackson Street" though.


.


Michael had better full albums than when he was with his brothers but as for particular songs, songs like "Lovely One", "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)", "Walk Right Now", "Heartbreak Hotel", "The Things I Do For You", and "Blame It On The Boogie", stomp all over most of Michael's solo stuff which had more pop in it. But the problem with some of The Jacksons albums, is there were too many slow songs on some of them.




Just reading your comment about Michael Jackson's albums just makes me a little sad on how his career went... Weird after Thriller.

How did he go from as one of the most respected artist's of the 70s - 84 and then here comes 1987-2009... His legacy was tarnished.

Is a real shame.
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Reply #24 posted 12/17/20 8:39am

vainandy

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JayCrawford said:

vainandy said:

Of the albums he released as an adult beginning with "Off The Wall", my favorites from best to worst are the order in which they were released. As for "Invincible", oh hell naw! I didn't even buy that mess.

.

My favorite songs are the ones under the name The Jacksons but as far as albums goes, I guess the first would be "Triumph", then "Destiny", "Goin' Places", "The Jacksons", and "Victory". They can keep that damn "2300 Jackson Street" though.

.

Michael had better full albums than when he was with his brothers but as for particular songs, songs like "Lovely One", "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)", "Walk Right Now", "Heartbreak Hotel", "The Things I Do For You", and "Blame It On The Boogie", stomp all over most of Michael's solo stuff which had more pop in it. But the problem with some of The Jacksons albums, is there were too many slow songs on some of them.

Just reading your comment about Michael Jackson's albums just makes me a little sad on how his career went... Weird after Thriller. How did he go from as one of the most respected artist's of the 70s - 84 and then here comes 1987-2009... His legacy was tarnished. Is a real shame.

The first time I noticed he wasn't playing with a full deck was when I bought the "Moonwalker" VHS tape. He was running around playing with these kids and it wasn't like an adult such as a father or older brother playing with relatives. It was like he was on their level and was one of them himself. No, I didn't get the impression he was molesting them but I was like, oh HELL naw! He looks like a damn loony toon. This is TOTALLY uncool. I was about 19 or 20 myself so as a young adult, rebellion and thinking your a badass adult looks more cool to you than anything else so anything childlike is the absolute definition of uncool to you during those years.

Andy is a four letter word.
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Reply #25 posted 12/17/20 8:43am

JayCrawford

vainandy said:



JayCrawford said:


vainandy said:

Of the albums he released as an adult beginning with "Off The Wall", my favorites from best to worst are the order in which they were released. As for "Invincible", oh hell naw! I didn't even buy that mess.


.


My favorite songs are the ones under the name The Jacksons but as far as albums goes, I guess the first would be "Triumph", then "Destiny", "Goin' Places", "The Jacksons", and "Victory". They can keep that damn "2300 Jackson Street" though.


.


Michael had better full albums than when he was with his brothers but as for particular songs, songs like "Lovely One", "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)", "Walk Right Now", "Heartbreak Hotel", "The Things I Do For You", and "Blame It On The Boogie", stomp all over most of Michael's solo stuff which had more pop in it. But the problem with some of The Jacksons albums, is there were too many slow songs on some of them.



Just reading your comment about Michael Jackson's albums just makes me a little sad on how his career went... Weird after Thriller. How did he go from as one of the most respected artist's of the 70s - 84 and then here comes 1987-2009... His legacy was tarnished. Is a real shame.

The first time I noticed he wasn't playing with a full deck was when I bought the "Moonwalker" VHS tape. He was running around playing with these kids and it wasn't like an adult such as a father or older brother playing with relatives. It was like he was on their level and was one of them himself. No, I didn't get the impression he was molesting them but I was like, oh HELL naw! He looks like a damn loony toon. This is TOTALLY uncool. I was about 19 or 20 myself so as a young adult, rebellion and thinking your a badass adult looks more cool to you than anything else so anything childlike is the absolute definition of uncool to you during those years.




Pretty much a similar experience to mine as well. But it was strange a grown man having this kind of obsession.
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Reply #26 posted 12/17/20 10:11am

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JayCrawford said:


Black Michael Jackson > White Michael Jackson.


I had a friend in high school, a white guy, who has Vitiligo. His skin, even being Caucasian, was much whiter in some places. I wonder if you'd walk up to him and say "White Mike > Super White Mike."

You're garbage, a troll, obtuse, and incredibly ignorant.

And frankly, racist.

"eye don’t really care so much what people say about me because it is a reflection of who they r."
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Reply #27 posted 12/17/20 12:13pm

Margot

Got some cranky Orgers today...mercury retrograde, I guess.

Have a 27 y/o daughter who rolls her eyes when I say I'm 'chauvinistic' when it comes to 'my music.' (Implying the best) She likes 'my music', but I have to say I haven't been curious enough about her music.

Some of us might be sounding like our own parents...remember that?

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Reply #28 posted 12/17/20 12:22pm

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Off The Wall
Thriller
Bad
Dangerous
History
Invincible
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Reply #29 posted 12/17/20 12:49pm

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JayCrawford said:

EmmaMcG said:



You're a troll because you keep saying the same bullshit in every thread and completely ignore any kind of recommendation that may change your opinion on the "state of modern music". Which I don't buy because if you were really as old as you claim, you probably wouldn't act like a stubborn child. Which leaves us with two possibilities. You are either an actual 60-whatetver year old man with the brain of an adolescent or you're just a lonely loser trolling a Prince fansite for kicks. Or perhaps a combination of the two. Either way, you're really annoying and I'm going to join the handful of others on here who are already ignoring everything you post.



Oh dear, someone is already having a fit. You can believe what you want. This is the whole classic "There is good music out there but you have to look harder" has been said to death and quite frankly it isn't true you kids can call us "boomers" or "trolls" or whatever you want but it doesn't change the fact on how bad music is today. Once upon a time good music was on the radio or even on MTV or clubs, or through talk shows. Did you know that? Probably not.

Not my fault you can't handle facts about the state of music industry of today. You kids call anyone a "troll" for telling it how it is. Most "recommendations" you people offer turns out to be a huge let down 90% of the time from artists who are just copying previous shit.

But continue the piss fit, doesn't bother me either way. Before I joined this thread and I would read it before you were always the miserable kid crying and moaning. So not surprised by this response.

Get over it kid.
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Wow, so many edits. Couldn't decide on how to respond? Perhaps you really are just a lonely old headcase and I struck a nerve. And you needn't have bothered because I didn't even read it all anyway. Just skimmed through it and seen that you keep calling me "kid" as if it's an insult LOL.
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