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    Comment from Jaime
    Time: October 27, 2008, 9:50 pm

    I like girl tax the most
    But they all sound amazing!
    I cant wait for the cd

    Comment from admin
    Time: October 27, 2008, 9:54 pm

    Do you guys realize that Platinum Blonde is 100% radio material?! What a fun song! I’m sure the public would love it. Maybe she should’ve released it as a debut single.

    Oh yes! The beat of these songs reminds me of the 90s and 80s, which isn’t a bad thing! Wow, she took a completely different direction with this album, although I still want Scott Scorch!

    And her vocals? They keep on getting better! Her voice is so nice and clear in these songs!

    More comments tomorrow.

    Comment from charlie
    Time: October 27, 2008, 10:03 pm

    Platinum Blonde DEFINENTLY couldve been her first single. That song is really good, and perfect for paris. But we r stuck with “paris for president” instead…lame.

    Comment from admin
    Time: October 27, 2008, 10:25 pm

    We’ll see. This isn’t the first time that we’ve ran into the problem of picking the right debut single.

    Remember when Stars Are Blind was released? I still think Paris should’ve released Turn It Up first or another one of Scott’s songs. Maybe it would’ve made a difference.

    Comment from Kevin
    Time: October 27, 2008, 11:07 pm

    LMAO! I think I ripped these ones cause I ripped them in the wrong order from the site and these are in the same order

    Comment from Mat M.
    Time: October 27, 2008, 11:51 pm

    I absolutely love these pieces! Wonder why she didn’t pick one of those as single instead. I must say, however, that if she sings lyrics like “They want the candy. Girls, make the boys pay for the candy” people will just assume she’s confessed vulgar. But I can only make a judgement after I heard the entire album.

    Comment from juju
    Time: October 28, 2008, 12:51 am

    wow they’re all great. love girl tax.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: October 28, 2008, 2:02 am

    So sweet how on “Jail Baby,” P thanks people like me who wrote her in prison. And I like how the break reminds of the sound of bells of liberty. . . To freedom!

    I don’t see how these new songs are supposed to be more dance oriented than the ones on her first album. The new songs sound like sugar pop. The first album sounds more like in da club music.

    As I had expected, Benji inspired Paris to make more music. But at the same time, therein lies the rub. Good Charlotte sucks. And compared to Scott Storch’s production – “yeah, that’s hot” – this is not. The new songs sound so bright & light & tame, whereas the old songs have more strength & depth & sexy cool.

    Change is good. But change should be a step up or at least across. For me the new songs represent a downturn. I’ll chalk it up to the difficult second album syndrome. Maybe the third album will deliver on the promise of the first, and bring home the chrome.

    Well, I guess I’m all alone in my major disappointment. I said my piece and I won’t rain on your parade further. I got the first album now in the background, for the first time in a while, and it still sounds so damn good. The best album of ’06, and one of the best of the decade. What a shame it got no recognition. I fear the new album will not get it either. But that’s not what I want. If it’s a hit, it’ll be payback for the first album’s dismissal. Maybe it will even get people to reevaluate “Paris.” But I doubt it all. But here’s hoping I’m all wrong.

    To your success, Princess!


    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: October 28, 2008, 4:20 am

    I love these new clips. It’s looking like her 2nd CD is going to be so much better than her first. Don’t get me wrong I love her debut and still listen to it constantly but man I am REALLY loving these clips/songs. I’m so glad she switched it up and didn’t just go with releasing more of the same. That gets old, tiring and stale I think. Change is good. Eek! Now I’m even that much more excited to hear the rest of her CD 😀

    Comment from Django
    Time: October 28, 2008, 5:04 am

    I fear I’m not going to like this album, which is a major disappointment after Paris’s debut quickly became one of my all time favourite albums 🙁 It’s just not my genre of music at all.

    I don’t think it’s fair to blame Benji though. I have the Good Charlotte album “Good Morning Revival” and the songs and sound on it are nothing like this. Paris having more of a rock influence would have been closer to her first album. Ironic that Paris namechecks Debbie Harry here, when the first album was by far more Blondie-esque in sound.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: October 28, 2008, 6:30 am

    Do we know who produces Paris’s new album? Do we know for sure said producer has not worked at all with GC?

    You’re of course entitled to your opinion, Django. But I think mine still has some validity. Didn’t Benji co-write some songs on the album? I don’t think he deserves a complete pass. Or he should get some of the congratulations if you like the music.

    I just now checked GC to see if I’m nuts here as far as influence. 2007’s I Don’t Wanna Be In Love (Dance Floor Anthem), off GMR, is pop. Rock has little to do with it. And IDWBIL is awful, but that’s just my op.

    Speaking of which, the only reason I came back in is to say, Paris for President the video is cute, but as a single? 1), Kinda late in the game now, ain’t it? And 20, the song, is weak…

    The song “My BFF” – is that on the new album? I just listened to it some more. That should be the single! After hearing these new songs or samples of songs, it makes me appreciate “My BFF” so much more. I said it before,”My BFF” could be a hit! “My BFF” is a classic compared to these others.

    Comment from Django
    Time: October 28, 2008, 6:34 am

    In matters of personal taste or preference, all opinions have validity. I wasn’t taking away anyone else’s right to have their own opinion.

    Comment from admin
    Time: October 28, 2008, 9:25 am

    I think my opinion is a mixture of what everyone said, but I agree more with thewaymouth and Django. I completely understand where thewaymouth is coming from.

    Even though none of the songs are as good as the songs from the debut album, maybe I’m still young enough to like Platinum Blonde. I just know that it’s the best one to release as a radio single.

    The debut album was a masterpiece! Everyone who produced it put a lot of hard work into it. I can’t really say the same about these songs, except for My BFF and Platinum Blonde. I think My BFF will be on the album.

    Overall, the songs aren’t bad, but like thewaymouth said, I hope in the future, Paris will work again with Scott and other producers who worked on the first album. Are You With It is so enjoyable and refreshing than the new songs!

    I think the new album was produced by the producers of Good Charlotte (*I think*).

    Maybe I’m kinda disappointed, but I still very much look forward to the new album. I’ll definitely be one of the first fans to order it!

    PS: Gotta say it again, Platinum Blonde is awesome!

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: October 28, 2008, 1:12 pm

    Paris, but mostly Benji, talked with Seacrest on KIIS-FM 102.7 this morning. Paris talks “Paris for President,” Benji talks Paris.

    P to Ryan from London: “Yo! What up?”

    She’s so cute.

    & so is B&P. They celebrate their anniversary every month. They just had their 8 month ann. Awe.

    Benji gushes on about being “madly in love with the most beautiful woman in the world.” Seacrest keeps pushing for wedding and baby plans. Benji wants it all with P but he ain’t telling his or their plans, if they have them already.

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    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: October 28, 2008, 1:35 pm

    – I hear ya, Django. I wasn’t saying that you said my opinion was invalid. I was just puffing out my feathers a bit. I didn’t mean to ruffle anyone else’s.

    – After hearing these new samples, I listened to “My BFF” some more. It finally won me over. It’s one of my 10 cuts on my MySpace Playlist. It’s a “friends” thing, you know. (I put it in place of the Sanassa song on my PL.)

    Maybe the other new songs will grow on me. I know they will sound better than on these videos. I have a “Jailhouse Baby” mp3. It’s sweet. I must admit JB gets to me because of the subject, that means so much to me. I still feel that connection with her. Her thanks are so dear.

    I still have my “Free Paris” sticker on my car. My aunt asked me last week, why. I said, is any of us really free? Paris is still behind the bars of the cage society’s hatred. I ain’t taking that sticker off. I am so glad to hear her sing that while she’s still haunted, she’s not afraid anymore.

    I am sure she will get a lot of grief for that song from the haters. I really do hope the music is a hit. And there is only way to make that happen, people. L-I-V-E. TV. Tour. Only way to make money in music these days. That is an experience I would not miss.

    – But I still can’t make out the first line of the chorus of JB. Anyone?

    Comment from scot
    Time: October 28, 2008, 10:11 pm

    Overall, I’m not disappointed. I do enjoy the songs, I do.

    Paris for President is a cute little song; however it has too many problems with it to be a proper single. Everyone right now still thinks it’s just part of her fake president thing, I don’t actually think anyone knows it is a proper single. They all think it’s a joke.

    Jailhouse Baby I think is a great song. Its soft, simple and from the heart. I think it is a solid song and has a lot of soul in it so it doesn’t need to be too complicated. Single material? No. But it is a solid album track that fans will appreciate (I know I do)

    Girl Tax and Crave are good songs, however they don’t have that Paris oomph to them and to me, and they come across as more B-Side material. They are decent songs but not good enough for an album BUT if they were included as a b-side I would be quite happy.

    Platinum Blonde IS single worthy. I think it has that Paris edge to it but in a different way. One of the things in Paris that I think people either loved or hated was the arrogance in the songs, referring to herself as sexy and hot etc. Which did fit into the style of the music and to me, it worked really well. They weren’t arrogant in the way that she thinks she is better then everyone it was more like being confident and happy with yourself and I think Platinum Blonde has that. She’s just like “yer, I have the blonde hair so what? I like it, I work it and if you wanna be happy with yourself like I am then come join me.” That’s the message I get from it. It has a really nice synthy-pop beat to it, very lady gaga-esque. The synth-electro-pop sound is really the thing at the moment and Platinum Blonde could really become successful, I mean its better then Christina’s new one.

    Jailhouse Baby and Platinum Blonde are really the only ones that I think get to me like songs on Paris did. I could listen to Girl Tax and Crave but I wouldn’t pay much attention to them and Paris for President I think will get old quite quickly.

    However one thing I am extremely happy about is her voice. It sounds really great. It has gotten stronger and these songs do show her voice off much more.

    But yes… I think that’s it.

    Comment from James
    Time: October 29, 2008, 1:07 am

    i think these are really good! i have to hear more of the album but so far i think i actually like it better than her debut. the songs just seem more catchy. kinda reminds me of the spice girls who i love!
    and just a side not to scot: you said that paris has blonde hair and therefore she rocks it out. but she gets it dyed all the time to make it that way. if you look at some of her teenage pics you’ll see that she is more like a light brown. so its not like she says, “im blonde, so what.” its more like,”look at my blonde hair, isnt it hot.” and i think it looks really good on her, just like her blue contacts lol. its not like she has gotten cosmetic surgery or anything just simple fun cosmetic “enhancements” lol.
    but anyway i love the songs!

    Comment from paris_hilton_admirer
    Time: October 29, 2008, 7:10 am

    hey!your site is wonderful! I’m writing to ask you something:Can you please upload and give us link for downloading the 4th episode of Paris My new Bff?please?

    Comment from admin
    Time: October 29, 2008, 10:57 am


    Sorry about that. Some things went wrong, but episode 4 and 5 should be available today!

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: October 29, 2008, 2:38 pm

    James, I agree with you. I personally am liking these songs/clips moreso than I do her debut. Not to say her debut wasn’t good. It wasn’t good b/c it was but just yeah. I am REALLY loving these new songs. I think they’re so awesome and catchy. I also like how you can hear more of Paris’ actual voice on ’em and stuff.

    Comment from Mat M.
    Time: October 29, 2008, 3:58 pm

    James, she’s a natural blonde. On her pre-teenage pictures one can clearly see that her hair was blonde (not platinum) and that this colour followed her trough the majority of her teenage time. Then she must have used to dye her roots darker, because it was fashionable at the time, and changing to platinum on the early Simple Life days, so I think.
    But comparing the photos, you can see that the colour she wears today is slightly lighter than her natural.

    Back to the tracks, I’m with the group that isn’t wowed by her new work. Mostly because after Repo! I was expecting something edgier and the samples seem just more bubble-gum than her 1st album. But as I said, I’ll just say my final words after I’ve got to hear the album a couple times, give the chance to songs to grow on me.
    I’m sure of that though: I absolutely hated the Paris For President song. I don’t know, she doesn’t sound like a professional, in fact, the song seems to be written in a couple minutes. It doesn’t rhyme and the metric is a bit weird. Seems like they tried to fit too many lyrics into a too small sentence. And the guys shouting “Paris For President” is just awful.
    In the other hand, we have Jailhouse Baby, that is just lovely and the lyrics are adorable. It’s actually good to hear that she’s putting her heart on that, what I kind of missed on Paris. The music itself is quite edgy, I mean, I can clearly picture, for example, groups like CSS singing it.
    Another track that caught my attention is Girl Tax. Even though I’m a little bit concerned about the lyrical material. But her voice on the lines “Girls, all the boys, they want the candy/(…)/Pay for the candy” is divine. The other two tracks are just too average for my taste. I don’t know, the beats are very Timbaland-ish and I just happen to hate almost every single track this guy produced. I know it wasn’t him, but the beats just remind me of his songs.

    Comment from James
    Time: October 31, 2008, 8:32 am

    thats because she dyes her hair platinum and then when her roots grow she dyes them like a dirty blonde so it looks like her natural color. she just gets it done so often that you can never tell that her real roots are a little darker. sometimes she waits a little longer to dye it all and you can really see her darker hair, but she’s always on top of it ya know. also she has a few different tones of blonde so it looks really natural. i dye my hair blonde too i know how it works.

    Comment from Mat M.
    Time: October 31, 2008, 8:54 am

    Yes, but she can’t be dyeing her hair since she’s 3 years old…

    Comment from retro
    Time: October 31, 2008, 8:01 pm

    Mat – I don’t know what you’re talking about. The meter for PFP is fine and consistent, not weird, and ALL the lyrics rhyme. It doesn’t sound like it was “written in a few minutes” – it’s just a fun, tongue-in-cheek song with a simple melody. I think it’s incredibly funny, cute, and catchy with great vocals. Meanwhile, Girl Tax is my least favorite song. It sounds waaay too 90’s. Paris should have a fresh, modern sound!

    Comment from Mat M.
    Time: November 1, 2008, 2:50 pm

    Really? I think there are only some few rare rhymes there and that it’s actually more 90’s than the other songs (actually, more S-Club-7-ish). It’s a funny video to watch once, but a terrible song to listen to.
    Anyway, I said Girl Tax caught my attention rather because of the vocals. I think the whole package sounds a lil’ bit dated, but , in the other hand, we’ve got “My BFF” and “Jailhouse Baby”, that I adore. To be honest with you, I’m not expecting neither a great album, nor a huge disappointment. I’m hoping Paris proves me wrong in a good way.

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