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Graffiti U

Graffiti U

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If you people were to be the only people who could tell the rest of the world what to listen to I would give up on music all together ! I have always loved that word, loved the sound of the word, and have loved that it's art-driven," he said. Jonathan Bernstein of Rolling Stone gave a two-and-a-half-star review of the album, saying "Urban deserves credit for refusing to rest on his laurels during the height of his arena-headlining mid-career, but on Graffiti U he ends up shining brightest in his well-worn comfort zones while struggling, perhaps for the first time, when he tries to break new sonic and lyrical ground". ku is NOT a country music artist and should not be getting exposure from country radio or ‘country’ sources at the expense of ACTUAL country music artists who are doing their best to survive by keeping the traditions of the genre alive . He’s had a long career and could totally live on his past hits but he’s putting out these godawful songs.

Keith apparently seems to think those songs are the future of the genre, based on the bit I’ve heard of this record…and that’s scary. Trigger, your review simply affirmed what I already suspected from the radio singles I have heard off this album – I’m better off putting the money I might have wasted on this towards Ashley Monroe’s newest. Track 17 Recorded at Kensaltown Studios, London UK, East West Studios, Los Angeles, CA, Smithlee Productions, St.And then that damn Ripcord album came out, and, in his red carpet appearances, he started looking more and more ridiculous for a grown man. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

So, by going into this direction…he’ll probably last longer on country radio than most of his peers who have been around a while. It shouldn’t be played on country radio, shouldn’t be on country charts, and shouldn’t be eligible to win country awards. The eye in the pyramid is also an unusual symbol to place in a pop recording studio, but perhaps globally-minded people like Adam Minter would claim it’s “reactionary” even to point to such a thing. Keith’s always branching out…he has worked with tons of other artists, many of whom he has huge respect for.

Urban deserves credit for refusing to rest on his laurels during the height of his arena-headlining mid-career, but on Graffiti U he ends up shining brightest in his well-worn comfort zones while struggling, perhaps for the first time, when he tries to break new sonic and lyrical ground. If you and your constituency are so concerned with the welfare of traditional country music start your own station and play whomever you deem worthy. This decision doesn’t have to be at the expense of commercial aptitude as some in the music industry love to portray. He must think a hell of a lot of himself if he thinks he can push the genre so much in an attempt to speak to a younger audience. But Urban threw a curveball on Wednesday night, packing the club to capacity to play a free surprise show and unveil plans for his Graffiti U World Tour and forthcoming album, also titled Graffiti U.



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