****** gutes Lied :) zweite Single aus seinem kommenden Album "I Look Good Naked", besser als die vorherige Single "Bring Out the Bottles" :) erinnert teilweise an Sexy and I Know It :) Last edited: 14/06/2013 16:51
** Some have already pointed out the similarities to "Sexy and I Know It", and they're pretty easy to see. This can retain something compared to that as I find this more mediocre and thus listenable.
I must say that I'm disappointed that no one else seems to have picked one thing up: Fractals are a mathematical concept that I only briefly touched on in my learning. I know that they're a maths thing, but some months ago, I wouldn't exactly be able to tell you what they are. The one off the cuff mention in this song is enough to send me spiralling back (pun intended :D) and ever since this song came out, I've not forgotten.
In the midst of writing this review, I learnt that Redfoo was apparently once a business analyst. Given his pedigree, it's not surprising that he would have some handy connections in the business world. Adding to that, he's apparently good friends with will.i.am, which makes it all too convenient with how LMFAO broke out with success.
It's also worth mentioning will.i.am because before LMFAO struck it big, The Black Eyed Peas were among the biggest forces in the pop music landscape. In the due course of this, they succeeded because (and despite!) increasing their banalities in their releases.
And I think Redfoo (and will.i.am) realised this which inevitably brought forth LMFAO. There are no pretentions in LMFAO, just a realisation that the lowest common denominator spills forth the largest quotient. LMFAO could release something profound and deep, but it would be against their virtue to do such a thing. Thus I think it's fair to say that a mention of fractals in this song was ultimately its downfall and there is absolutely no way to argue against that perfectly sound logic.