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    The more I listen to it the more I like it... I think in a week's time I'll be all over this.

    The album should be good but it's sad because I always get excited about Sugababes albums and half of it is good but then the other half is literally unlistenable.





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    I never heard of Sugarbabes before I started reading this forum. I didn't know Atomic Kitten until I went to the Czech Republic. Both are pretty much unknown in the U.S.

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    I want Mutya backkkk! Like right now, I miss her so much. I don't care for that bitchy Amile.

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    ^ As much as I love Mutya, Amelle was the perfect replacement for her and I love the current lineup. I'm glad Mutya is doing her own thing.

    For anyone interested, here are the lyrics I found on a Sugababes site;

    Here come the girls
    Mmm, yeah
    Oh, whoa, I don't need no loving baby

    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)

    Slipping on my little black dress
    5 inch heels and bound to impress
    Turn it up I'm a little temptress
    Whoa, oh
    Monroe's got nothing on me
    Read my curves like poetry
    Tonight we rule the world, beware
    Cause here come the girls

    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)

    Hear the whistle as I walk by
    Shine like a crystal all through the night
    One look can make a grown man cry
    Whoa, whoa
    Step aside for the starring role
    Camera, action, here we go
    Tonight we rule the world, beware
    Cause here come the girls

    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)

    I'm filled with sexuality
    With or without a man
    I feel complete
    Stop speculating
    I'm regular girl
    All independent women know
    We got the goods to run the show
    So let nobody tell you nothing
    You're in control

    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)

    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)
    Here come the girls
    (Girls, girls, girls, girls)





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    I need an MP3
    COOCHIE COOCHIE
    COOCH COOCH COOCH

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    The girls talking about 'Girls' and the new album. More mature, more mellow... 'definitely not electro-pop'... I hope it's not boring






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    "More mature, more mellow" usually translates into "more boring".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samio View Post
    The girls talking about 'Girls' and the new album. More mature, more mellow... 'definitely not electro-pop'... I hope it's not boring

    Have they learned nothing from "Change"??

    Change was quite mellow in comparison to their previous efforts, and it ended up being rather drab. The indie style definitely didn't go over as well as i thought it would for them. Individually there are some really great tracks, but as a whole album its a bit ...blah.

    I was hoping that with a funkier 'ronson-esque' style this time around it would be more fun and upbeat. I hope it was just description...they didn't seem to have a clue what they were going on about so fingers crossed! ..."Girls" is sill electro-pop enough for my liking!
    Last edited by Chris; 08-13-2008 at 12:09 AM.

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    The album's called Catfights + Spotlights. From Popjustice:


    Girls
    No Can Do
    Murder One
    You On A Good Day
    Hanging On A Star
    Sunday Rain

    These are some of the tracks from the sixth (SIXTH) Sugababes album, which is out later this year. We don't know what the title is yet, but here are some suggestions.

    'Literally Amazing'*
    'Our Best Album Since 'One Touch'*
    'Our Voices Sound Better And More Sugababesy Than Ever'

    Those of you who hate 'Girls' - and we know that's a lot of you - will be pleased to hear that 'Girls' is a complete red herring: songs like 'You On A Good Day', 'Murder One' and 'Sunday Rain' are soulful, melodramatic, orchestral and intensely brilliant.

    Here are some lyrics from epic murder ballad 'Murder One'.

    "Boy 1 was famous from TV, carved my name into a tree. First cut's the deepest, and I left him bleeding. Boy 2 had done a law degree, he charged me with a felony - I stole his heart and pled insanity. Boy 3 works at the cemetry, his crooked smile was kind of sweet; all things must end now he is six feet deep. Boy four was filthy rich indeed, he flew a private jet but he crashed and burned - there's no buying me. I know nothing lasts eternal in life but love hurts forever. Every heart that's broken in a murder one, looking down the barrel of a smoking gun. Have mercy on me now the deed is one, because every heart that's broken is a murder one."

    ARE THESE THE BEST LYRICS SUGABABES HAVE EVER SUNG? Yes. Elsewhere in the song we find that Boy 5 composed a symphony, Boy 6 lived on the street, Boy 7 was from Sicily, and Boy 8 was a film director.

    There's a bit of a 60s feel to a lot of these songs but they sidestep the increasingly tedious 60s pastiches that seem to be dominating pop's field of vision in 2008; these tracks also sound modern and exciting. The best of the bunch here is 'You On A Good Day' - it does have a 60s soul sound (soul sound - do you see) but it's more along the lines of The Supremes mixed with 'Overload'. 'Girls' doesn't sound like these tracks but it actually makes a lot of sense in the context of these other songs; these are also songs which establish a clear gap between Sugababes and Girls Aloud, making Sugababes more relevant than ever.

    * This is based on the assumption that all the songs on the album are as good as the ones we have here.





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