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Britney Spears’ Lame Reinvention
My thoughts on the deterioration of Britney Spears’ video persona.
On Real Women, Intention, and Nicki Minaj
My thoughts on why Nicki Minaj just isn’t quite there yet.
Tigger’s 25 Best Albums of the Aughts (00s), Part 1
The thing that is interesting to me about all the lists I’ve read about music in the Aughts is how little the lists reflect the impact of the internet. Reading most lists, you wouldn’t think that the industry changed as … Continue reading
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Tigger’s Favorite Music of 2007
This was the first year I didn’t really bother to listen to or keep up with most of popular music. I did hear the Radiohead album and I loved it, but it won’t be on this list anywhere. My lists … Continue reading
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