Maneating Easy Lover

Today was the first time I heard something from Nelly Furtado‘s latest album “Loose.” No, I haven’t been living under a rock. I’m not even really into Nelly Furtado, so I can’t weigh in on if she sold out with this latest album. I do know that I like what I’ve heard from Loose more than what I’ve heard from her other albums. All I’ve heard was Maneater.

And it’s pretty catchy! It’s got a nice, addictive hook. I really like it.

It’s got an influence I can’t really grasp. Maybe she listens to alot of 80s PHIL COLLINS!?

Maneating Easy Lover

Maybe a cheap shot on my part. A lot of songs probably sound like that.

4 thoughts on “Maneating Easy Lover”

  1. I read an interview with Neko Case in which she talked about how much she hates when vocalists use auto tune in the studio. Apparently, she was talking to a “studio guy” and asked how many people do not use it, and he said that the only other person who didn’t use it was Nelly Furtado. I think that’s pretty cool.

  2. By only other person, I meant that she was the only other person who had recorded in his studio and had not used auto tune.

  3. Did you hear about this movie coming out about manufacturing pop stars?

    Before The Music Dies

    The preview goes through how they selected an attractive actress, create her pop-identity, record her mediocre voice, tweak it in the studio, and make an album.

    Auto Tune has its place. If every day in the studio costs money and cuts in to your advance I can see the appeal of sprucing up your vocals like that just to get it done. It’s just bound to backfire if you use it all the time.

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