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Perfection
Jul 1st, 2006, 06:17 AM
When my friend sent me this, I thought for sure I'd hate it because I really don't like her recent music with the ballads and gushy-wushy love music, but it seems she's going with disco dance music, which as a homosexual, I love. Not a deep song, but dance music really isn't suppose to be.. it's very fun and happy & has a fun beat.

http://www.sweetkisses.net/index2.html

The song automatically begins playing upon visitation.

Wannabeknowitall
Jul 1st, 2006, 06:43 AM
I absolutely HATE it. It's absolutely absurd. This song is what I expected from someone like Paris Hilton, some poppy glittery :bs: that only a moron would make as a debut single off their album. What Paris Hilton is doing is what I expect from Jessica but with better lyrics of course. I like Jessica Simpson but noone remembers her songs. This one will be forgotten in a couple of months. Her third album did awful before "Newlyweds". She won't have it's help now and there's some pressure on her to do well. Her sister's albums have debut at number one, something that has never happened with Jessica. She could be the forgotten sister. Who would have thought Ashlee would be the hotter and better artist two years ago?. :eek: :tape:

Veritas
Jul 1st, 2006, 07:01 AM
That song is such a rip-off of Madonna's "Holiday" :help: From the guitars to the synths, it just screams 80s Madonna dance-pop.

But I absolutely love it :hearts: It's fun and up-beat, not like that cliche and soppy effort from her downbeat ex :tape:

Wannabeknowitall
Jul 1st, 2006, 12:32 PM
That song is such a rip-off of Madonna's "Holiday" :help: From the guitars to the synths, it just screams 80s Madonna dance-pop.

But I absolutely love it :hearts: It's fun and up-beat, not like that cliche and soppy effort from her downbeat ex :tape:
Interesting comment. The thing is people seem to want that "cliche and soppy effort" from her downbeat ex. Someone is keeping Nick Lachey at number one on The Billboard Dance Airplay charts. He's been holding off Madonna for two weeks now. Do you know how impossible that is to do especially now from someone who isn't a dance artist?
I just don't agree with the choice. She made an awful choice on her last album by making "Sweetest Sin" her first single. This is even a worse choice especially when "Fired Up" was suppose to be her first single.

Cage
Jul 1st, 2006, 02:37 PM
i love it:)

Veeko
Jul 1st, 2006, 03:03 PM
i will download to listen to it

Veritas
Jul 1st, 2006, 04:20 PM
Interesting comment. The thing is people seem to want that "cliche and soppy effort" from her downbeat ex. Someone is keeping Nick Lachey at number one on The Billboard Dance Airplay charts. He's been holding off Madonna for two weeks now. Do you know how impossible that is to do especially now from someone who isn't a dance artist?
I just don't agree with the choice. She made an awful choice on her last album by making "Sweetest Sin" her first single. This is even a worse choice especially when "Fired Up" was suppose to be her first single.

Unlike most others, I don't buy into Nick Lachey's soppy, cliche-ridden marketing campaign. Of course, he has every right to deal with the divorce in his own way, but making (and profiting from) a song about it doesn't look as if he's "hurting" as much as the lyrics suggest :tape: It's no coincidence that before "What's Left Of Me", his solo "career" was virtually non-existent, yet after the divorce and the huge publicity surrounding it, he's suddenly the more popular half of the 'Newlyweds' and is finding support from every corner.

Now, ever since the break-up, Jessica's been copping most of the backlash. She's been labelled with every imagineable insult possible, ranging from "slut" and "bimbo" to "gold digger" and ever other word that suggests she's responsible for the divorce. I guess being blonde, tanned and beautiful is a trait to be ashamed of these days :rolleyes:

But the important fact remains and can't be changed: Jessica has talent and can sing well. Even when she's hit with sub-par songs to record with, her voice can make them sound half-decent. Nick, OTOH, needs excellent records and a very talented team of musicians if he hopes to sustain his singing career - his "talent" is invisible compared to Jessica and because of that, he needs a lot of support to compensate for it.

Wannabeknowitall
Jul 1st, 2006, 05:19 PM
Unlike most others, I don't buy into Nick Lachey's soppy, cliche-ridden marketing campaign. Of course, he has every right to deal with the divorce in his own way, but making (and profiting from) a song about it doesn't look as if he's "hurting" as much as the lyrics suggest :tape: It's no coincidence that before "What's Left Of Me", his solo "career" was virtually non-existent, yet after the divorce and the huge publicity surrounding it, he's suddenly the more popular half of the 'Newlyweds' and is finding support from every corner.

Now, ever since the break-up, Jessica's been copping most of the backlash. She's been labelled with every imagineable insult possible, ranging from "slut" and "bimbo" to "gold digger" and ever other word that suggests she's responsible for the divorce. I guess being blonde, tanned and beautiful is a trait to be ashamed of these days :rolleyes:

But the important fact remains and can't be changed: Jessica has talent and can sing well. Even when she's hit with sub-par songs to record with, her voice can make them sound half-decent. Nick, OTOH, needs excellent records and a very talented team of musicians if he hopes to sustain his singing career - his "talent" is invisible compared to Jessica and because of that, he needs a lot of support to compensate for it.

She's talented. I don't know if she makes sub-par songs sound half-decent. Again we're talking about a women whose third album flopped without the addition of "Angels" and "Take My Breath Away". I hope it does well but again it's probably a big mistake and this time around there's nothing that can save her. We're also talking about a women who has a big Columbia contract.


Nick Lachey might not have had a big hit but he's also a thirty-two year old man who had to do something different. Obviously the first single from his debut album "Shut Up" wasn't the right choice. He opened up and took a pop/soft rock sound to his liking which only has really one dominant young male in America there, Clay Aiken. It was more supply and demand than anything. People demand a hot buff young man with a "sensitive" side.

CooCooCachoo
Jul 1st, 2006, 05:30 PM
It's bland :shrug: At first listen.

mboyle
Jul 1st, 2006, 05:33 PM
In my opinion, that is a disgrace to music.

bionic71
Jul 1st, 2006, 05:43 PM
That song is such a rip-off of Madonna's "Holiday" :help: From the guitars to the synths, it just screams 80s Madonna dance-pop.

But I absolutely love it :hearts: It's fun and up-beat, not like that cliche and soppy effort from her downbeat ex :tape:



Exactly what I thought on first listen...a morphing of "Holiday" and "Into The Groove"...without quite making the grade!

It probably closer in sound and standard to the Debbie Gibson single ..."Shake Your Love"....notably the bridge.

I haven't really liked any of Ms.Simpsons previous efforts....this track isn't great but it is catchy and fun (ish) and at least she doesn't oversing it.

CondiLicious
Jul 1st, 2006, 06:13 PM
It is a rip-off of Holiday but I still love this song. I usually dislike Jessica (her raping of Robbie's "Angels" was a fucking travesty) but "Public Affair" is a perfect pop song imo.

Maria Croft
Jul 1st, 2006, 06:38 PM
I like her music but this song is horrible, it sounds like something from 1999 :shrug:

Mother_Marjorie
Jul 1st, 2006, 07:56 PM
The lead in sounded like Madonna's "Holiday" :eek:

TatiAnnahølic
Jul 1st, 2006, 07:58 PM
I'm loving it! Very summerish song...

All the cameras come out for a Public Affair... :dance:

Wannabeknowitall
Jul 1st, 2006, 09:05 PM
I like her music but this song is horrible, it sounds like something from 1999 :shrug:
It really does sound like an attempt to bring back bubblegum pop.

Veeko
Jul 4th, 2006, 06:50 PM
first to listen--I don't like it

later to listen--Good

that's my feeling:lol: