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In Topic: [SONG] Mistake

20 April 2014 - 06:05 PM

^ I know Country doesn't own the heartbreak song ... but it was part of my culture well i was growing up ... its what i know


I really didn't get into other music till i was 14 or so i didn't grow up on hair metal , rap/r&b and so on ...and even then it took me a while to understand the culture of other types of music that wasn't country

In Topic: [SONG] Mistake

14 April 2014 - 11:52 AM

This song, for me, somehow stimulates my mind to picture myself in a sad mood. It's like how I should reflect on my mistakes. 

Imagine sitting on a long bus trip alone, raining outside and listening to this song. I already did it, describe the feeling for me. 


About whether it's country or not, is it really country to me? 


Well As i stated before to me the lyrics i feel can be a country song the could be sung but any of the great Ladies of Country ... it may be one of the best written song i ever heard ( of course it's my opinion only ) ..... I feel the this song goes beyond K-pop and can be powerful ... you don't have to be a K-pop fan or even a SNSD fan to feel the power of the song


With most other SNSD songs .... Only SNSD can preform them ( Gee and OH! for example are badly written songs that SNSD make so much better ... if Spice Girls did Gee it won't totally suck , If 2ne1 did Oh! same thing it's a song made for SNSD and Sones only ... won't work for any one else )


But i won't have any issues if Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood did a English Version of Mistake ... It's A Song that should be heard by as many people as can ... IDK where Yuri got it from ( seem like a very personal song ... like it happened to her or some one she knew/knows ) ... but It reminds me of the great 90's Country Power Ballads ... which is never a bad thing

In Topic: [SONG] Mistake

12 March 2014 - 02:29 AM

@ Dave maybe your right ... maybe it's been my need as a country fan who is feed up with the taylor swift country that is overtaking the air waves ... that when i heard Mistake .. it took me back to when i thought country was the strongest the 10 or so years between 88 - 98 ish when people like Lorrie Morgan , Garth Brooks , Alan Jackson and so on was on the radio ... Mistake was that powerful of a song lyrics wise that i could see Patty Loveless or Martina Mcbride doing the English version of mistake

In Topic: [MINI] Mr. Mr.

06 March 2014 - 11:24 AM

I believe that Girls' Generation's singles are relatively easy to sing in comparison with a few of their ballads, like "Lost in Love" or "Star Star Star." But I also believe that the vocals in Mr Mr are just as powerful and passionate as any of their title tracks. 


*side note: I'm glad to see a FFIV fan on Soshified. Rydia is one of my favorite characters from the game because she was ridiculously powerful as an adult.


lol glad im not the only FF fan here lol


Anyhow ... i am still enjoying the song and video so much .... im loving it alot  ... the song convinced me to buy the mr mr mini album

well i still feel the vocals are weaker then SNSD other songs ... it doesn't take away from the experience as a whole ... the Mr Mr single and Video Rock ( i can't say album yet cause never listened to it yet )  worthy of all the success it's been getting

In Topic: [MINI] Mr. Mr.

05 March 2014 - 07:32 PM

To me Mr Mr the single is very week vocally ... the girls held back or it the way the song is suppose to be sung idk ... but it's some of the weakest vocals when compared to other dance numbers of SNSD Mr Taxi , Twinkle , Gee , Oh, The Boys all seemed to have the girls singing and taking command of those song ... this one didn't hook me with the vocals


now im not saying it a bad song by any means i would give it a 9 or 10 for sure ... it's growing on me .... but the weaker vocals on the track is not gonna turn it into on of the must listen to snsd songs for me


never listen to the rest of the mini album yet so i can't just one way or another yet ...