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Billboard Hot 100 sounds like cr*p

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Offline j.fco.morales

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Re: Billboard Hot 100 sounds like cr*p
« Reply #15 on: June 07, 2018, 08:04:05 PM »
Well, people everywhere can do whatever they want to, but music consumption at the time is not based on platforms ownes by big companies.

Now, more than ever, internet is the revolution.
And record companies don't know what the hell to do with it, they lost the power and influence they had for many decades.

A simple example: some of the songs/albums/artists with the biggest numbers do not chart at the Billboard Hot 100, which is supposed to be the most important music chart worldwide.

And these songs are not in english: these numbers are from artists from Korea and Colombia.

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Re: Billboard Hot 100 sounds like cr*p
« Reply #16 on: July 16, 2018, 08:21:20 PM »
u wot m8

Kristian Lundin, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger were able to use the same arrangements 50 times before it started to sound bad or repetitive. In between Kristian's first certified hit (TUMH) and his first bad song released to radio single (I'm Alive), those three made enough fucking bangers and classic ballads from the same foundations to fill up 10 LP's. Judging from the track record, Lukasz and Johan maybe could reuse a starting point 20-30 times at most. these new guys just can't do that.

bottom line max vocal production and melodies are still best of the best but none of the cousins or even max anymore have the ability to make the same song dozens of times and have it sound just as good every time. i don't recognize any writer on the hot 100 who can. maybe ludwig goransson, haha