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    Paris AlbumThousands of fans bought Paris Hilton’s debut album when it first hit stores on August 22th, 2006. Paris Hilton released her debut single “Stars Are Blind” in June 2006, and travelled around the world, from America to Japan, for the promotion of her great debut album “Paris.” Paris took more than a month and concertrated most of her Summer time to promote her first self-titled CD. Within a week, 150 000 copies of her album were sold worldwide. Till this day, more than 600 000 copies have been sold.

    Today is the celebration of this unique record “Paris,” which many fans consider as one of their favourite albums of all time. We miss those wonderful days and her music! Paris recently announced that she will release a second album.

    And to celebrate this anniversary, here’s a special raw video to fans!




    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: August 23, 2007, 1:52 pm

    [Monty Python’s John Cleese] (Anne Elk): (clears throat) This theory, which belongs to me, is as follows… (more throat clearing) This is how it goes… (clears throat) The next thing that I am about to say is my theory. (clears throat) Ready?

    thewaymouth: I remembered this day the other day like it was only yesterday…

    Now I had been listening to PARIS on AOL for free for 2 weeks. Mind you going in I wasn’t too fond of “Stars Are Blind.” But I loved looking at Paris. & I thought her “Happy Birthday” to Hugh Heffner was a gas. Anyway, first CD listen I was like, I don’t like this. But then I felt compelled to listen again because this WAS after all, Paris. I’m sure most people would find this absurd but I admit I wanted to like it. Anyway, indifference greeted the 2nd listen. 3rd listen came lukewarmness. 4th, I liked it… till I had listened to it like 20 times in 2 weeks. Sometimes I still wasn’t so sure, but I couldn’t stop. It was in my blood & I had a high fever for her.

    For the only time in my life I was the first person at the store. I bought the CD straight out of the box @ the local Walmart. They had to go find the box & dig it out for me. Amazingly, with as much sexiness as there is on the entire CD, w/a fairly salacious rap on “Fightin’ Over Me,” there’s no “explicit” label on it. But just because there are no dirty words & there’s nothing graphic on it that doesn’t mean at all Paris plays it at all safe. It’s not for kids or the faint of heart or closed of mind. It’s hot hot heat.

    This CD promo video is great. Paris is glowing so. Actually brings a tear to my eyes. Partly because of how sweet Paris is here, and because of what lies ahead. Some harsh reviews (but some surprisingly fairly decent ones), but the public’s very negative reaction, & the infamous store pranks. Overall PARIS was treated like dirt.

    Maybe that’s why she backed away from it. Must have been so painfully humiliating. But she should have toured. She would have seen the people who loved it, and that would have given her confidence to promote it more. But then I think she knows she will get some people who will show to boo her too. But so what? Most of her music is loud, and so just keep the show constantly moving, & then let the Paris lovers shout down the haters. Maybe she feared poor concert sales. But if she played small clubs in the big cities around the world, I know they would have sold out. Then you go from there.

    People say she didn’t even sing on it, didn’t write it, she just bought her album, just like Lindsay & Ashlee, even Avril. That it’s all manufactured. That it just had to be bad because of who made it.

    But to me these girls take all this crap for employing the best people — which is what most people do in life if they have the opportunity — and then they make the best music they can. And they put their personality into it, which is larger than life. And only men by and large are allowed to do that. Instead of being celebrated like the divas they are, they are big targets.

    & so, anyway, as it happens, a few hours ago this here Clash fan was looking at a family tree of punk rock. Now once I became a punk rocker back in 1980, after a while I realize now, I began to sort of feel whatever I listened, even watched or read & enjoyed or was turned on by was indeed punk. Because that was my mindset, that was my approach to life, so if I liked something, it must be in some way punk.

    And so what I suddenly realized today is Paris is the most punk person on the planet. She keeps bringing it despite all the hate. She keeps bringing what they hate. And that is after all what the Sex Pistols did & faced. They fought fascists, and so is Paris now. That’s what haters are ultimately. Her music celebrates life & fun & yes, herself, which in the eyes of most people, is a crime in & of itself. She celebrates being a woman who is free, and free to have sex, and free to be a woman in power. & that is one of the most unforgivable things in the world.

    I’m punk. I like the most hated pop stars there, Paris & her friends. They are just being themselves. They don’t get the respect, the cred they deserve. To quote The Clash, “they’re dirty, their filthy, they’re never gonna last.” & so therefore they are gloriously punk.

    Paris is the new back in black. & Paris is the new punk.

    That is my theory, it is mine, and it belongs to me, and I own it, and what it is, too.

    Comment from Django
    Time: August 24, 2007, 1:11 am

    thewaymouth – Applause for that brilliant post, from another Paris and Punk fan 😀

    Comment from enbis78
    Time: August 24, 2007, 3:38 am

    Fantastic post! I love the Clash as well, though I’m too young to have been a fan back in the day. In fact, the most excited I’ve been over record releases in the last year was a) Paris’ album and b) the Clash singles box set. I never thought about the idea of Paris being punk but you’re totally right! Punk is about self-confidence, freedom, saying “Love me or hate me, I don’t give a ****!” And that’s Paris! And there’s a real punk energy and attitude to her songs, even though musically the style is obviously different.
    Very interesting and highly perceptive opinions there! Nice one!

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