Apart from the fact they are all pretty boys in make up who love the c.ock there are several real reasons why they suck so much:
All of their best selling songs are stolen; everyone knows that Crossroads was originally a Bone Thugs n Harmony tune dedicated to Easy E (real rappers) but Revolution was originally a T-Rex tune, The melody on Stop is stolen from an old Commodore's track and Here 4 Open rips BOTH the piano melody and the RnB lyrics from other songs.
They only made one tune by themselves (Standard Flow when they were 15) Then they were snapped up fast by a record company looking for a 'baby So Solid Crew'. Standard Flow got some play on Radio 1 and made it into the 'Garage' Charts, most people from the underground garage scene hated it, a lot.
Most of the tracks on the album WERE written for them. The songs they wrote entirely by themselves were All about the Music, Standard Flow, Reminisce and Riders.
Lyric from Reminisce: 'Made love? I never done anything of the sort, its such a shame how we cant, we're underage' - Ha ha ha ha ha hah f**king virgins
They never struggled as artists - demo for Standard Flow was made in ten minutes after school as a kinda joke. They are an insult to all hard working real musicians trying to make it out there.
They pretend to be rappers? They get dressed up and sing pop tunes - They came from Highams Park in Chingford, North London - beautiful cottages and countryside, these boys were very well off to start with and have never even seen the street.
Between them they achieved 66 GCSEs, an average of about 7 each. I know IT technicians who got less GCSEs than that. Tom got 4 As and 4 Bs. These kids are geeks.
Their pop music is a lame attempt to cash in on the urban music fad that has engulfed the toe rags and teenie boppers everywhere. I mean for f**k sake have you seen the choreographed dance routines? These littles boys will never be Hip Hop.
I don't have a problem with any little girls who like Blazin Squad as a pop boy band (whatever floats your boat yunno) but that is all they are; a fake phoney record company lackey pop boy band.
February 23, 2004