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I prefer Mushaboom. That song`s so cute sounding.
She`s been semi-successfully involved in music since she was 15, so i`m pretty sure that she`s not talentless, and has a lot of experience music wise. Yes, she does have a different and unique sound that most people cannot handle because they`re so used to the digitalized and faked voices that almost every female singer has today.That doesn`t mean her voice is terrible.
Don`t get me wrong, the ipod commercial was a mistake, especially as an indie artist, because she`s alienating her fan base. As well as turning people off of her music that wouldn`t normally even be exposed to it cause they`re too busy listening to mainstream fake gangster "rap", or horribly done "emo" pop "punk".
Holy poo you`re drating dumb.
Now we all have to suffer because Apple busted a nut when they first heard this.
Yeah, I really hate this song.
Second, this woman ought to have failed as miserably as Miracle Jackson. After all, she`s just about as good at dancing. Head hanging to the side, arms swingingly limply and out of time... it`s horrible.
The choreography for the dancers is hardly any better. Chaotic, out of time, and everybody`s dancing to a different beat.
If I ever meet this woman, I hope that somebody stops me from killing her.
I kind hope he just walked onto the set.
As for why you`d want to buy an ipod ( or any mp3 player)it should be obvious just by reading this thread. No one wants to be one of the monkies that whines about a band because they don`t know how to turn off their vh1/radio. Options are a good thing.
That said, every time I hear this pop up on the commercial my brain superimposes "1,2,3,4 I declare a thumb war` over whatever it is she really says.
Makes it much less annoying.
and her my moon my man
shes really good, have two of her cd`s
As much as I like Feist, that iPod commercial was a bad move. I can see why other people are beyond tired of the song. And the full length video doesn`t seem as interesting now. Why does iPod even need to advertise anymore? It`s not as if just about everyone on this planet doesn`t have one of their gimmicky products. (seriously, the independent performance rate on the iPod is so low that it`s amazing that they got past gen 1.iRiver`s far superior in performance and features.)
I`ll still give the video a 4, because it looks like they had to do that all in one take.
I like this Ad a lot more
Maybe if I heard it on the radio or something before the iPod commercials i woulda said `yeah.. it`s okay, kinda catchy`, but apple just killed it.