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New Bootlegged GradingMovies & Music have gotten so bad and redundant that we're adding grades and it won't be pretty. Let's not get things confused as grades are not always reflective of blades. All reviews will have these grades so things will get interesting. Here's a quick rundown of what the grades will be.
A is for Awesome. If the movie is on point it will get the top grade. From what we've seen so far most films & albums will never see this.
B is for Beware of a potentially bad film or album. Some of these type films & albums are becoming novelties and some have become classics. Regardless, the Suck-Ass Level can go either way.
C is for Crazy or Crappy that this film/album got made. For those films/albums that weren't B material they get the C stamp. These films are so horrible that even the actors/artists don't believe the scripts they read or the lyrics they sing.
WTF is for What The Fuck were you thinking? This is for the worst films/albums ever made, the shock that they were made, and the shock that someone asked for money from viewers/listeners. It's the grade that will be used when even the reviewer is questioning their own sanity for viewing the Crap Fest on Screen or burned to a disc.
These grades could get switched around without notice. You may even be shocked by some of the grades handed out or perhaps you'll totally agree. Either way, here goes!
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
2011/03/18 | 10:08 am
Kicking off this new segment for Bootlegged Reviews is the song Ah, Yeah! submitted by the indie artist, Flawless. This pop/dance single that has what it takes to get a party started and has a professional feel that many Indie projects lack. Coming from Queens, New York, Flawless shines on this track. Formerly signed to
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With all the hype and show appearances given to the over-the-top idol hack [Adam Lambert] the actual winner, Kris Allen, seems to be getting treated like the runner-up. This is no surprise as Idol usually drops the ball in promotion and support for artists
This solo debut album from Slash was great. It had many heavy hitters and they came through for an energetic project. The familiar sounds of Slash’s guitar brings every song to life. Even Fergie sounded as though she belonged and that chic is no singer. A few favorites are “Starlight (ft. Myles Kennedy),” “Beautiful Dangerous (ft. Fergie),” “Paradise City (ft.
When I initially saw this kid unimpressed would not describe my feelings. He just did nothing for me and his hippie movement is of no help. He bored the hell out of me then and bores the hell out of me now. His album is another reason why consumers should be allowed to return opened CDs as this one
Let’s just say I was not expecting a voice so close to Michele (when she speaks) to come out of this woman as she sings, but it works for her. I was pleasently surprised by what was delivered on this debut album for Fefe Dobson and it starts out rocking and ends rocked out. “Unforgiven,” “Stupid
Sampling from The Spinners’ “We Belong Together,” “She Don’t” confronts an ex-relationship in which the current girlfriend is said not to be handling things as the last girlfriend. This wanted relationship of old is thought on as where the man in the song truly wants to be but now has to contend with losing “a good thing.” This is all
Well she back and she’s brought the voice with her. Unfortunately she’s also brought some bad songs along for the ride.
Now everyone is talking about how unattractive Fantasia is. That is obviously not a criteria to being
This guy was a finalist but didn’t win, and he proves that not winning American Idol may be the best thing to happen to a contestant. This album has been in the works since he was “voted off”, wrongfully. With his debut album picking up speed on the charts, Daughtry
Getting in position for the elimination process. All set up with my vomit kit nearby (1 box of paper brown bags, 1 plastic bag, 1 small bottle of mouth wash, 1 bag of mints) and my finger on the fast forward clicker.
Here We Go Again… Well Montell, you came onto the scene pretty strong in ’95 and then you dropped off, or got dropped… whichever way you’d like to put this… This CD was almost like his last CD… Sticking to the formula seems to be the way everyone’s going… I have to admit that there were a few cuts that are worthy to have your neighbor’s hear you blasting out of your house…
t’s the return of an awesome singer. This lady hits the right cords especially with Yesterday. This jam gets to the meat of things. Why dwell on how I felt about you yesterday, I’m not feeling you now and that’s what counts! On the first track she puts a chick in her place by telling her that she needs to get her own man and stop scheming for hers. Why do girls do that to each other?
The self titled debut solo album from Jordan Knight (NKOTB member) has brought this former teen sexy symbol back into the spotlight of the W.O.S. industry. This sample of his first solo hit, Give It To You, displays why Knight was able to help catapult the teen sensation