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Emily Osment - All the Right Wrongs

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Emily Osment – All the Right Wrongs
Record Label: Wind Up Records
Release Date: October 26, 2009
This review is a user submitted review from npmshah. You can see all of npmshah's submitted reviews here.
 
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10:55 AM on 12/09/09
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I would.


Decent review though, if a bit short.
04:47 PM on 12/09/09
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Awful album for someone who loves Radiohead, but this is also a terribly misinformed review.

Matt Squire does All Time Low and FTSK stuff - that's not "hard rock." Also, bubblegum pop refers to pop artists in the '60's, not modern pop artists.
10:52 AM on 12/10/09
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Awful album for someone who loves Radiohead, but this is also a terribly misinformed review.

Matt Squire does All Time Low and FTSK stuff - that's not "hard rock." Also, bubblegum pop refers to pop artists in the '60's, not modern pop artists.
He also did The Used, which, even though I hate, are hard rock.
You're saying that an artist can't be called bubblegum pop because the term was coined for artists in the sixties? So, I guess we can't call Johnny Lang a blues artist, Diana Krall a Jazz artist, any indie band post The Pixies, Pavement, and built to spill, Independent?

You seem to be the one who is misinformed.
12:04 PM on 12/10/09
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didn't max collins and tim pagnotta do some writing on this?
12:41 PM on 12/10/09
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He also did The Used, which, even though I hate, are hard rock.
You're saying that an artist can't be called bubblegum pop because the term was coined for artists in the sixties? So, I guess we can't call Johnny Lang a blues artist, Diana Krall a Jazz artist, any indie band post The Pixies, Pavement, and built to spill, Independent?

You seem to be the one who is misinformed.
thank you. For your kindness, I am going to check out Paper Rival.
12:46 PM on 12/10/09
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didn't max collins and tim pagnotta do some writing on this?
i beleive so. Didnt help much.
03:24 PM on 12/10/09
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Awful album for someone who loves Radiohead, but this is also a terribly misinformed review.

Matt Squire does All Time Low and FTSK stuff - that's not "hard rock." Also, bubblegum pop refers to pop artists in the '60's, not modern pop artists.
"Hard rock" was meant to be sarcastic. Hence the quotations. I was referring to how she probably sees Squire as a "hard rock" producer
03:51 PM on 12/10/09
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He also did The Used, which, even though I hate, are hard rock.
You're saying that an artist can't be called bubblegum pop because the term was coined for artists in the sixties? So, I guess we can't call Johnny Lang a blues artist, Diana Krall a Jazz artist, any indie band post The Pixies, Pavement, and built to spill, Independent?

You seem to be the one who is misinformed.
No, the way he used "bubblegum pop" sounded like he was referring to the specific "genre" of bubblegum pop, which was what the super poppy songs back in the '60's were called. It didn't sound like he was using "bubblegum" as an adjective. That's why I responded.

He did do the Used, but he's not primarily a hard rock producer. But now I realize that he was sarcastic.
05:23 PM on 12/10/09
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she's cute.
08:35 PM on 12/10/09
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No, the way he used "bubblegum pop" sounded like he was referring to the specific "genre" of bubblegum pop, which was what the super poppy songs back in the '60's were called. It didn't sound like he was using "bubblegum" as an adjective. That's why I responded.

He did do the Used, but he's not primarily a hard rock producer. But now I realize that he was sarcastic.
Posting a comment about someone's review based on inflection that you claim to hear is never a good idea. You can't tell how it sounded because it never made a sound when he reviewer used the term "bubblegum pop."

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