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Old 05-10-2021, 07:07 PM
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I was listening to SYW today and once again as I was listening and rocking out to EBFO I again thought how this track would have been a great song on Tango in the Night 16 years earlier. I wouldnít replace it I would just add it after Mystified.
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Old 05-10-2021, 07:48 PM
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I was listening to SYW today and once again as I was listening and rocking out to EBFO I again thought how this track would have been a great song on Tango in the Night 16 years earlier. I wouldn’t replace it I would just add it after Mystified.
Yes, I would love to hear this on TITN. It would fit into that album nicely.

SYW's problem is it's just a collection of songs forced into an album.
Yes, there is some stellar material here; but, it just doesn't flow well.
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Old 05-10-2021, 08:33 PM
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Yes, I would love to hear this on TITN. It would fit into that album nicely.

SYW's problem is it's just a collection of songs forced into an album.
Yes, there is some stellar material here; but, it just doesn't flow well.
Say You Will should've been called Lindsey + Stevie. Would've then sounded like a collection of songs rather than an album.

When was EbFO written?

She wrote 4 new songs in 2002 for SYW, right? The Phoenix Four:
1. Say You Will
2. Silver Girl
3. Destiny Rules
4. ?
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Say You Will should've been called Lindsey + Stevie. Would've then sounded like a collection of songs rather than an album.

When was EbFO written?

She wrote 4 new songs in 2002 for SYW, right? The Phoenix Four:
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2. Silver Girl
3. Destiny Rules
4. ?
Illume!

Throw Down was semi-new written a couple of years before.
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This song does not belong on Tango. It would stand out like a sore thumb. Its great on SYW. Tango is full of synthetic, programmed, synth pop. Everybody Finds Out has none of that and everyone is playing the hell out of their instruments.
I think some of you Tango worshippers unconsciously acknowledge Tango's weaknesses and always trying to put other songs on it.
While Tango was a huge success, it way underperformed in sales in the states by the amount of hit singles it had. IMHO, that sums it up. Its safe, predictable pop music but there was no rush to go buy it. Everybody Finds Out is unpredictable and unprogrammed and its perfect where it is

IMHO it was refreshing to hear Lindsey's muted criticism of Tango recently about how safe and predictable it was. It was done on purpose to get Mick out of bankruptcy and be a pop success while creativity took a back seat. SYW is Lindsey at his best, always fighting for creativity and demonstrating it. To mix up these albums is comparing apples to watermelons IMHO.
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Old 05-11-2021, 06:03 AM
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Illume!

Throw Down was semi-new written a couple of years before.
Thank you!

Thrown Down and Not Make Believe she recorded for TISL but didn't use or pulled I understand.

Running Through the Garden was written in 85. Perhaps EbFO was written then too
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This song does not belong on Tango. It would stand out like a sore thumb. Its great on SYW. Tango is full of synthetic, programmed, synth pop. Everybody Finds Out has none of that and everyone is playing the hell out of their instruments.
I think some of you Tango worshippers unconsciously acknowledge Tango's weaknesses and always trying to put other songs on it.
While Tango was a huge success, it way underperformed in sales in the states by the amount of hit singles it had. IMHO, that sums it up. Its safe, predictable pop music but there was no rush to go buy it. Everybody Finds Out is unpredictable and unprogrammed and its perfect where it is

IMHO it was refreshing to hear Lindsey's muted criticism of Tango recently about how safe and predictable it was. It was done on purpose to get Mick out of bankruptcy and be a pop success while creativity took a back seat. SYW is Lindsey at his best, always fighting for creativity and demonstrating it. To mix up these albums is comparing apples to watermelons IMHO.
I disagree with just about everything you have stated here. Still love you though.
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I disagree with just about everything you have stated here. Still love you though.
You're not getting Everybody Finds Out for Tango. No way Jose. SYW is a fantastic album and this song highlights many of the album's wonders.

However, under duress we will give you Silver Girl. No questions asked. Cheaper than free. And it would be Stevie's BEST Tango contribution
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However, under duress we will give you Silver Girl. No questions asked. Cheaper than free. And it would be Stevie's BEST Tango contribution
Cheaper Than Free should be scrubbed from IYD on itunes and spotify like Gaga did with Do Want You Want With My Body.

I dont know what she was thinking putting that song on. My Heart woulda closed the album better and kept the momentum from Italian Summer

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You're not getting Everybody Finds Out for Tango. No way Jose. SYW is a fantastic album and this song highlights many of the album's wonders.

However, under duress we will give you Silver Girl. No questions asked. Cheaper than free. And it would be Stevie's BEST Tango contribution
The only reason Tango was successful was because Lindsey left.
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The only reason Tango was successful was because Lindsey left.
Whatever happened to Steve anyway?
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Whatever happened to Steve anyway?
You guys bullied him!
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The only reason Tango was successful was because Lindsey left.
To correct the record:
It was Lindsey's departure that made Little Lies a hit, not the album


I hope Steve is ok. I miss his attention to detail
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To correct the record:
It was Lindsey's departure that made Little Lies a hit, not the album


I hope Steve is ok. I miss his attention to detail
I hope he is ok, too.
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This song does not belong on Tango. It would stand out like a sore thumb. Its great on SYW. Tango is full of synthetic, programmed, synth pop. Everybody Finds Out has none of that and everyone is playing the hell out of their instruments.
I think some of you Tango worshippers unconsciously acknowledge Tango's weaknesses and always trying to put other songs on it.
While Tango was a huge success, it way underperformed in sales in the states by the amount of hit singles it had. IMHO, that sums it up. Its safe, predictable pop music but there was no rush to go buy it. Everybody Finds Out is unpredictable and unprogrammed and its perfect where it is

IMHO it was refreshing to hear Lindsey's muted criticism of Tango recently about how safe and predictable it was. It was done on purpose to get Mick out of bankruptcy and be a pop success while creativity took a back seat. SYW is Lindsey at his best, always fighting for creativity and demonstrating it. To mix up these albums is comparing apples to watermelons IMHO.

I love EFO on SYW. My point is it could have been on Tango. Listen to it between Big Love and Family Man.
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