I weep a little on the inside every time I listen to Bad Kids, because it is so, so promising. So promising. The intro is really great, powerful, obnoxious. The verse is hard-hitting and to the point.
And then the chorus hits.
HEY GUYS GUESS WHAT!
…what, I’m late? Whatever.
It occurred to me that I bought each one of these in a different country:
- The Fame in the UK. (Epic layover in Heathrow Airport.)
- The Fame Monster in Bermuda.
- Born This Way here in the US.
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Lady GaGa feat. Clarence Clemons - The Edge of Glory
This is for my most recent Photo assignment, where we had to use our own photography and Photoshop to create either a magazine or CD cover. I chose a CD cover because I don’t really care about magazines, and I love CD covers so much anyway, because they’re like miniature expressions of the mood of the album.
Anyway, this particular aesthetic is the result of me having too much Gaga on the brain. The metal print in the background and the darker colors were not what I originally had in mind at all—as the style of my actual photographs suggests—but ended up being influenced by the harder, almost rock- or metal-inspired feel she’s been chasing with the Born This Way album.
The band name comes from her early stuff, when it was a lot of Warholian pop art and bright colors. I was looking for inspiration for an artist name, because I didn’t want to just smack my own name on there and call it quits. I headed to Wikipedia, and all of my Wikipedia roads lead back to Gaga, which then led this particular time to the articles about Andy Warhol and The Factory, which I didn’t really know a whole lot about. Short story shorter, I decided that Andy and the Warhols wasn’t too cringe-worthy.
Also, the typeface used for Chapter Seventeen is one I found that mimics the custom writing on the Born This Way single cover. The band name is set in Impact, which, while a relatively common font (especially of internet meme fame), is the font used on the Judas single cover, which I thought would be appropriate as long as we were going this over-the-top with it.
And that’s it. Crazy fan rant over.
Judas - Lady GaGa
This is excellent (save the horrendous greenscreen shots at 0:49), and not nearly as controversial as I was expecting. I love it.
Mom and I are dissecting the metaphors of the Judas video. This is cool.
Born This Way (Official Instrumental) - Lady GaGa
Anonymous asked: Shut the fuck up. Lady gaga sucks.
My first troll anon! Yay!
This is the cheapest ploy EVER to get me to buy the Special Edition version of the album.
But it’s working.