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  • It can definitely be seen to be a lot darker than the first album, but in some songs it very resembling of The Fame and the original pop princess gaga
  • Also there is the track so happy I could die which includes the lyrics happy in the club with a bottle of red wine its a fun, dancy song that can be best enjoyed with a group of your best friends
  • Finally there's a hidden gem in the song Speechless which is a personal favourite and very reminiscent of Queen, one of her biggest influences
  • I love this girl and she can do no wrong in my eyes, a great return to her flawless form

    • by lukejax
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      The Fame Monster was released as a double CD, with all of the songs from The Fame on disc 1 and the new released songs exclusive to The Fame Monster on disc 2. It can definitely be seen to be a lot darker than the first album, but in some songs it very resembling of The Fame and the original pop princess gaga.

      The first song released from the album, Bad Romance, hit number 1 spot in pretty much every country it was released in, carrying on in gaga’s chart-topping form, with a beat that rips through the soul of everyone on the dancefloor and gettinge anyone and everyone to lose themselves


      in the music and the powerful lyrics, which were written about an ex-lover.

      As a fan of many genres of music, I still love this song, its pretty much perfect in every way, and still gets me dancing and singing my heart out whenever I hear it.

      There’s also “Dance in the Dark” which talks about dead celebrities and is almost a genre defying song - “dark-girl power” with lyrics like “baby does a dance in the dark, cause when he’s looking she falls apart” and “You will never fall apart Diana, you’re still in our hearts forever.

      ” “Monster” is another one of my favourites from the album, which is written about ...


      • a guy not being who you think he is and comparing him to a “monster”.

        As well as this dark revamping of the Lady Gaga brand (true to form she is constantly re-inventing herself and making us love her even more) there are also songs that are very reminiscent of The Fame, “Telephone” featuring Beyonce is a huge summer dance-track with a huge beat and mindless dance-factor, talking about just wanting to dance when a guy is ringing and texting you, very relevant to today! Also there is the track “so happy I could die” which includes the lyrics “happy in the club with a bottle of red wine” its a fun,

        dancy song that can be best enjoyed with a group of your best friends.

        Also hard to forget is the pop smash-hit “Alejandro” slightly slower to her previous stuff, and reminiscent of the hit “Paparazzi” which was hugely popular in The Fame.

        Finally there’s a hidden gem in the song “Speechless” which is a personal favourite and very reminiscent of Queen, one of her biggest influences.

        The song was written about when Gaga saw her dad after open-heart surgery, she tweeted that she was “speechless” when she saw him, and continued to write this song.

        I love this girl and she can do no wrong in my eyes, a great return to her flawless form.




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