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  1. Fuck the critics, it’s a great album!!! “Crazy” and “Come Alive” are my favorites. Bravo, M!!!
  2. Huh...? What about "Love Song" (with Prince) and "Cuidado con mi corazón" (with Ricky Martin)?
  3. So it seems he's contributing indeed. He's good. I was just seeing / listening to some of his stuff on YouTube. Somehow he reminds me of Anohni / Antony (Antony & The Johnsons), but with a lot more range.
  4. I don't know, but I don't remember Daft Punk ever working with female singers.
  5. Yes, I'm definitely in the #BackToWarner team. I read somewhere - maybe here, I don't remember - she left due to clashes with that hideous Lyor Cohen person who also created problems with Metallica - it seems hip hop is the only thing he cares about. Anyway he's out of Warner now, so there's a possibility.
  6. Is that Aperol what she's drinking? It's my favorite cocktail right now, I love it!!!
  7. Somehow I think it won't take very long until she becomes a real Babushka, probably by way of Rocco.
  8. (Not trying to hijack this thread,ok?) Another reason you have it easier is the exposure to Brazilian music and telenovelas. Like, for example, you have Mc Kevinho and Ludmila topping iTunes there right now, while the Brazilians' knowledge of contemporary Portuguese music is near zero, if not absolute zero. It hasn't always been that way, I remember when I was a kid - I'm in my fifties - I listened to Portuguese music on the radio. And I remember quite clearly I could understand Portuguese way better when I was a kid, perhaps because there was much more contact between our cultures then. I guess Brazilians started to become kind of xenophobic around the late seventies. However, I think Portugal remains a huge influence in Brazil when it comes to literature and especially cuisine. Cheers! :)
  9. Bala is a projectile here too. But yeah, there are many many differences between Portuguese and Brazilian. I hear you understand us perfectly, but it doesn't seem to happen the other way around. As for me, I understand Spanish much better than Portuguese. Go figure!
  10. Huh? I'm a native Portuguese speaker (although I prefer to say I speak Brazilian), but it's the first time I'm hearing this. As far as I'm concerned, Macedonia has always meant... Macedonia, a region in Greece. Anyway, I hope everyone finds a peaceful solution for that situation.
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