Muso's Guide Some Girls/bmu Review

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Postby happy » Tue Apr 20, 2004 3:08 pm

From: Muso's Guide and Magazine

JC Chasez – Some Girls (Dance With Women)/Blowin’ Me Up (With Her Love)
Apart from the copious amount of obese American teenage girls, there wasn’t really much interest in NSync until Justin started to bone, sorry abstain from boning Britney Spears. Yet for some reason no-one seemed to act that surprised when Justin Timberlake released an album that wasn’t only good, it was bloody good.

NSync are something of an enigma. Justin was the one that everybody fancied, yet unlike Mark Owen, and Brian Harvey he could actually forge a decent solo career. Then, without any warning it appears that there were at least two talented members in the oft internationally overlooked band, and he didn’t even have to put up with Britney Spears’ “pity me for being famous and successfulâ€￾ whinging.

To constantly compare Justin and JC is as inevitable as it is pointless. To say that JC sounds like Justin as if Justin created a sub-genre all on his own is not only a thoughtless comment, but also ignores that fact that Usher has been doing this brand of R&B laced ego pop for years.

With smooth unmistakably urban beats smothered in a dense blanket of pop melody and harmony, JC is the end product, the pinnacle of this 'pretty white boys hanging with the Neptunes' type pop. With a solo career starting with providing vocals for Basement Jaxx’s Plug It In and then releasing this double A-side of two equally strong and sexy songs, JC has undoubtedly had an excellent start. If he can carry this on in Justin’s absence, he’ll be groping Kylie’s pert little arse before collecting a Brit award in no time.

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Postby Justin and *Nsync RULE » Wed Apr 21, 2004 10:32 am

o wow! hehe :lol:

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Postby *PrInC€š§~R¶* » Wed Apr 21, 2004 2:25 pm

With a solo career starting with providing vocals for Basement Jaxx’s Plug It In and then releasing this double A-side of two equally strong and sexy songs, JC has undoubtedly had an excellent start.


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