O-Town - Liquid Dreams

Discussion in 'The Classics - Albums and Songs' started by VoR, Sep 16, 2011.

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"Just a little touch of Madonna's wild style, with Janet Jackson's Smile"

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  1. Christian

    Christian GOOD BYE!

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    God, this was awful. They were awful. What a comedown :eyes: from his glory days.
     
  2. Devil

    Devil I Need A House

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    Average as fuck.

    Only 'All Or Nothing' was anything decent.
     
  3. VoR

    VoR #Justice4JLo

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    As oversexed turn-of-the-century boyband hits go, it's certainly no BOYS :disco:

     
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  4. Christian

    Christian GOOD BYE!

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    "Boys" is brilliant!

    The cute one was very nice indeed.
     
  5. Ag

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    Oh I like Liquid Dreams. But I also liked Boys.

    I have no idea how either them stand today. I will find out.
     
  6. Ag

    Ag User

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    Holy hell, I forgot All or Nothing EVER existed.
     
  7. Ag

    Ag User

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    Yeah Liquid Dream was OF it's time. I think I'm thinking of the Jordan Knight song from around that time.
     
  8. Pipo

    Pipo WEAR MY KISS

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    Love Should Be a Crime is still VERY GOOD and I'm just finding out it was an EUROPE ONLY release.

    OH those glory days when singles were exclusively released in other regions :evil:
     
  9. Slave

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    This still pops up on the ('90s) music channels from time to time and I think these days it's so hopelessly off the mark in terms of essentially being clearly written by a bunch of men who had NO CLUE.

    Unless we really were expected to believe that O-Town were whacking one out over Madonna, Tyra Banks, Janet Jackson, Cindy Crawford and Salma Hayek.

    It's still a 10, mind.
     
  10. POP!

    POP! Across that county line

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    This sounded like a parody at the time, let alone now. I was always more of an LFO FAN
     
  11. Ellie

    Ellie Super talented triple threat

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    Turned on to a music channel the other day while eating dinner because there was absolutely nothing else on, and came across this video which I haven't seen in years. Laughed my head off.

    The Halle B line killed it for me :D
     

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