Undertaker wrote:So you are only proud if they are in the charts? A chart made up of utter dross. Or are you only proud if your mates nod in agreement at Example being on a song because that makes them cool.Tom Angel wrote:Really genuinely gutted about this idiocy.
Even Thursday's theme is what fills the charts escapism and choruses, not choruslite clippity clop songs about tony benn. I want to be proud of psb, which love... doesn't
I get that Thursday is the most commercial single but I don't get all this bollocks about being proud and embarrassed to play songs to mates.
What are you going on about? Love is basically a bit cringeworthy. As I've said before I got into Psb because of their effortlessness, amongst many other things, and Love is a bourgeois construct is just Psb by numbers, they are trying to hard. It's the sort of song that gave disco a bad name. I'm proud when a song can play the main game and win, not indulge the fans of ott hi-nrg disco lumped over an orchestral sample and awful fades such as the bourgeois -e-e-e...
I don't hate it, but I'm not proud of it, unlike Thursday, which has atmosphere, melds a modern hip hop groove, house pianos, avoids the catastrophe of neil rapping like Happiness is an option, gives chris lowe the lead chorus and HAS 4 choruses instead of NON. And has a list. List songs are often hits. And most importantly sounds complete, unlike the unfinished Love is a bourgeois construct, which doubtlessly has Left to my own decives turning in its grave. I can't believe no one else sees how this is a SUCH poor choice of single.
And since when was Example cool? Don't make such idiotic assumptions. I'm 40. A) I don't have mates and b) if I did they hate example. So in turn, I have no idea what bollocks you're talking about. If you think Love is a bourgeois construct is single material then thank god you don't work in record company marketing.