- "A weird producer named Dr. Luke"? Really? Dr. Luke's credits read like a who's who of pop music these days having worked with artists ranging from Weezer to Kelly Clarkson to Santana to Avril Lavigne. He has written some of the biggest pop hits of recent memory (most recently would be Party in The USA by miley). I think that you should at least have done a bit of research on him before just dismissing him solely as "a weird producer named Dr. Luke."
- Was the "Boom, absolved" a reference to HIMYM?
- While I found this review to be incredibly amusing, I would've liked to see some actual reviewing of the album. I'm never one to pass up an opportunity to lambast the noise pollution that keeps coming out, but I would at least like to see some descriptive and insightful reviewing mixed in there.
I really don't care about what he did or didn't do. My only point is that saying it's completely normal simply because he makes money is equally ridiculous. People make money doing weird things, still makes them weird.
How is writing pop songs such a weird thing? I don't understand that. Look at the songs he's writing: Since U Been Gone (break up song), It Feels Like Tonight (trying to win a girl back), Just Want You To Know (break-up song). Who decided that there's an age limit to when you can write pop songs about universal topics? I find any argument calling him weird for co-writing/co-producing current pop hits to be absolutely absurd. There is absolutely nothing weird about that.