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CD: Chris Brown - F A M E | reviews, news & interviews

CD: Chris Brown - F.A.M.E.

CD: Chris Brown - F.A.M.E.

Chris Brown returns from the wilderness with eighteen tracks of pop-dance cheese

Chris Brown delivers a feast of Euro-dance tics and ersatz soul sleaze

Anyone remember Haddaway? Or Dr Alban? These were flash-in-the-pan early-Nineties pop stars who combined European dance music with tints of R&B and Afro-Caribbean pop. Who'd have thought their sound would be the template for mainstream American pop for the early 2010s. From Black Eyed Peas to Jennifer Lopez, everyone's into low-calory trance-house cheese with a side order of gutless electro.

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OH MY DAYS! I HOPE YOU HAVE NIGHTMARES AFTER THIS, AND REMOVE BREEZY'S NAME FROM YOUR MOUTH, YOU HAVE NO CLUE ABOUT HIS SONGS, HIS LIFE AND HIS RELATIONSHIP. YOU ARE JUST STILL AN EXTENSION OF THE BAD PRESS HE'S BEEN SUFFERING FOR A WHILE NOW. ALL YOUR LIES, WOW---> SHAME ON YOU!

uhhhh...camt give you that. seems like you know its a hit but just dont have the taste for it, i say this because you know it will sell millions. And please dont act like songs about sex are not proper in you country. i STUDIED IN BRITAIN FOR A SEMESTER and the girls love sex music just as much as in the US. lol, Whats you fav. sex song

This had nothing to do with his album and everything to do about the PAST. SMH

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