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"Searching for Max Martin" - podcast

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turnaround:
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/switched-on-pop/id934552872?mt=2&i=357474020

https://twitter.com/stefanatical/status/669432844754804736


--- Quote ---The most omnipresent figure in pop music is also the most elusive: Karl Sandberg, AKA Max Martin, the mad Swedish genius who's ruled the charts for 20 years. With the help of New Yorker writer John Seabrook, author of The Song Machine,
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PacoMaco:
Thanks dude! Good listen :)

bugmenot:
Or here http://www.switchedonpop.com/?p=489

Rebecca:
Thanks Turnaround, I really enjoyed that.

Dagge:
I find it amusing how all they go great lengths trying to decypher 'secrets' about Max Martin songs and methods. Except that they don't get that his success is so simple to understand, yet cannot be explained by discovering some secrets that actually don't exist. Simple truth is that he is smart and extremely talented for melodies. That's it, there is nothing more. No secrets. Inject yourself a gene for a catchy melody and there you are :)

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