**** Mit Dead or Alive's YOU SPIN ME AROUND wurde er bekannt - hier mischt er zusammen: Bryan Adams' RUN TO YOU, Electro, ein paar Spuren Dubstep und seinen HipHop-Pop ... ach ja und LMFAO ... Charts wir kommen ... <br><br>... ich könnt mich wegschmeißen, wie sich unsere australischen Freunde hier über den Song aufregen - die wissen genau, was in ihrer Heimat immer Nummer eins wird ;-) Last edited: 16/07/2012 20:33
* This. is. the. final. straw. Somebody. kill. this. guy. now.<br><br>I thought Whistle couldn't be topped as the worst song of the year, yet that is absolutely smashed to pieces by this....This...THIS PIECE OF RUBBISH! <br><br>It's not even the annoying, weak and talentless female vocals, or the blatantly face-palming-inducing Party Rock Anthem drop by Red Foo, or the very old and dated Flo Rida rap that doesn't sounds like anything, or the beat drop that is pretty much the same in every dance song, or the very typical speed up beat kick that builds up the tension to the chorus, or the beat itself that has the same chord progression and the same rhythm as every other pop song of the century, or the lame chanting of 'run' after the chorus, or the ineffective and overused 'dubstep' breakdown (not that it's dubstep at all), or the sudden appearance of Party Rock Anthem, or the degrading lyrics, the annoying repetition of "I Wanna" that is repeated in the chorus, the even more disgusting lyrics about partying and drinking, the pronounciation of 'hot,' the poor rhyming, the horribly generic production, the stupid voice that says "Run" at the end of the song that sticks out like a sore thumb like an audio tag, the unoriginality of the whole sound, the fact that this is all built on a formula so people will buy it, or even the notion that people like Flo Rida and that people are more than happy to blow his 'whistle.' It's the horrid sampling of an '80s classic! <br><br>How dare they even touch Bryan Adams it makes me so mad. I'm just about ready to give up chart music thanks to this, the tampering of 'Run To You' is horrid, changing the lyrics, making a stupid chick sing it and having it all played over the most average dance sound is a disgrace. <br><br>This is easily the worst song I have heard in a long time and it just shows how horrid pop music is at the moment, it lacks talent, emotion, meaning, good vocals, it doesn't have any good thing at all. It's all just generic, samey, unoriginal, uninspired dance crap so for people to dance to in the club or at a party, and having that effect sadly produces sales, leading to the artist having a bigger name so they can produce even more hits so they can get more money. The whole genre has almost turned into a cash cow. The mere fact that Flo Rida samples so much shows a lack of originality, this is just junk made to be played and bought. <br><br>I'm so over Party Rock Anthem, someone make that bit go away too. Why can't RedFoo make another beat or write new lyrics? That's right, he's another talentless loser that recycles the same material all over again. Why? Because it's all part of the formula that works and is popular, as shown by the overrated success of Party Rock Anthem last year. I can't believe this is going to chart here, and most likely become a world wide hit, why has music come to this? Flo Rida, Redfoo and that female vocalist doesn't even have a nanogram of talent that Bryan Adams have, why can't they all go back to the holes they came from? <br><br>Maybe I should shut up about Bryan Adams and point out it's other flaws, oh wait I already have.
** Having already used up the two sample free releases from the album with "Wild Ones" & "Whistle", Flo Rida is unable to find another club/house track to ruin, and seeks inspiration from another decade. With this he strikes originality gold, because NO ONE has EVER thought of mixing Bryan Adams with club music, it's totally unexplored territory. There's even a tricky spanner in the works (which you could even call a chicane or something), because they re-do the chorus vocals with shouty lady. Unfortunately, I come across this in a post-Whistle universe, where Flo Rida is about as likable as a mouse who wastes everybody's time by not entering the goal on purpose, so I hate this. 1.5 Last edited: 12/07/2012 20:05