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Comments from daisychild333

i was going to post my own comment, but this was great.

i wish that this article would have went another way: My way, my freakin’ opinion… but i’m not the owner of everything, it’s cool…

i listened to a few of Red’s tracks, after avoiding taylor’s music for many years, if not ever. i chose 22 and the one with the dubstep part.

bull.shit. i took, that from these two artists’ successes is a huge glimpse into the spirit of people, and industry. i wrote this in my journal during the article read, and i’ll just paste it here for easier-ness:

lauren’s journal, 11.1
‘ the most impressive display of art is music. the music Industry is also the birth of the largest gap in economics. industry is the birth of evil, by the way, tying in business, money, and corporations… taylor swift’s trashy red album made 1.2 million. second was kendrick’s m.a.a.d city, making 241k hit, a brilliant compton class act. ‘

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November 1, 2012 on Deconstructing: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Soundscan & The Future Of The Album

couldn’t have said it any better myself :)

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February 5, 2012 on Watch Lana Del Rey On Letterman

very, very well said. i think it’s important (BEFORE these people leave their subjective, nasty comments…), that this is a person, just like anyone of us. meaning that if we put ourselves in her shoes, we would probably be doing the same thing: having our guard up and most likely, being incredibly nervous when put in the public eye. unless, of course, you don’t have a heart and can just act however you want without the worry of what other people would think, in which case, you are much less genuine than lizzy

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February 5, 2012 on Watch Lana Del Rey On Letterman

haha i’d like to see that!

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October 6, 2011 on Uncut’s 50 Greatest Bootlegs

no bob dylan bootleg from the ’66 world tour? come on the ‘judas’-remarked ‘like a rolling stone is a classic’!

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October 5, 2011 on Uncut’s 50 Greatest Bootlegs