I'm actually serious. I don't know how you could champion Jamiroquoi without also being open to JT. Both of his albums are tremendous; "Cry Me A River" might be one of the best pop songs of the last 20 years.
I DON'T NEED TO EXPLAIN MYSELF TO YOU!
but i will anyway. don't like that song that much. Don't dislike him, just a preference thing.
I'm actually serious. I don't know how you could champion Jamiroquai without also being open to JT. Both of his albums are tremendous; "Cry Me A River" might be one of the best pop songs of the last 20 years.
Not sure if trolling, but Jamiroquai is pure funk while JT has a more cheesy white boi hip hop / R&B vibe. different as night and day to me.
I'm appalled. You're the last person on here that I would expect to be so obtuse on this matter. I'm more interested in whether music makes me dance as opposed to watching some doucher who is very good at dancing while their "music" is completely drowned out by teenage girls shrieking near my ears. edit: I'm not dismissing him. I just don't get into it like I do Jamiroquai.
I'd say JT is more likely than Bowie to take the third headliner slot.
What? Because some dude posted some random wordpress article on the coach forum? I mean, am I missing something here...?
Everyone's so desperate to name the headliner it's really gotten silly at this point. We'll get the lineup next week (without Bowie, Daft, the Stones, and yes...Timberlake) and it will make perfect sense. Although I would love to be proven wrong.
I'm out on this Timberlake deal though and I actually like the guy. As a person at least.
Post by RxMarky Mark on Jan 10, 2013 16:52:10 GMT -5
I'd rather see/listen to JT over Usher or R Kelly. I haven't listen to any of their albums all the way through, but I like JT's singles much better. Sexy Back, Love Stoned, What Goes Around, and Cry Me A River all all fun songs that I liked several years ago.