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Thursday, July 24, 2003

Tune Up

I heard the new Beyonce song "Crazy in Love" for the first time yesterday. It was pretty good actually, but I'm going to have to hear more of the album before I run right out and buy it.
The same is true for Justin Timberlake's "Justified" CD. "Like I Love You" is a great song, but I'm not plunking down $15 for the CD until I hear more of it.
Alot of people download music from the internet, but I prefer to actually go in a music store and buy it.
Call me old fashioned if you must.

There are some artists, though, where I'll buy the CD without having to hear anything on it:
Cher, Madonna, Blondie/Deborah Harry, and a few others. There's very few songs they do that I don't like or can't listen to.
Also any Now That's What I Call Music compilation because I know I'll like around 90% of it, and they also make great CDs to play when you're throwing a party.