***** habe mir ehrlich ein wenig mehr vom Beat erwartet...aber geil ist es immer noch!!! *_*<br>Havana Brown is back biiiitcheeeezzzz jahahahaha^^ :P<br><br>edit: geht doch schnell auf die nerven...Strophen sind klar am besten!! Video ist geil! Solche Songs haben nur in Australien Hit Potential!!<br><br>edit: und schon gehts wieder rauf! Geht an Party ganz schön ab! Havana hats einfach drauf! 5* Last edited: 29.01.2014 11:41
**** It's alright but I'm disappointed as I like both Flashing Lights and Ba*Bing and was expecting more from this. This feels more generic and less different than those two tbh. Anyway it'll probably grow on me but for now I'm feeling underwhelmed.<br><br>EDIT: I like it now. However it still isn't as good as the two aforementioned songs. Lol 392 :P Last edited: 14.10.2013 22:39
**** Listening to this just makes me disappointed that "Flashing Lights" flopped because it was pretty different from anything on the Australian charts while this shows just about zero progression. Admittedly I was fully expecting something like this (and in fact expected it to be more generic) but I'm still not happy with it.<br><br>On the song itself; I think the pre-chorus is pretty good, and I like the last 30 seconds just because that siren sounding thing is not something I hear every day. The rest feels pretty weak to me, especially the 'breakdown' or whatever it should be called, which just reminds me of Timomatic's "Waterfalls".<br><br>I hope her X Factor performance [s]sucks[/s] [s]is cancelled[/s] [s]was just a rumour[/s] [s]is changed to a different song[/s] [s]happens during a nation-wide blackout[/s] [s]is aired following an unsettling commercial that causes everyone to turn off their TV's[/s] [s]happens during a UFO landing that's far more interesting than Havana Brown[/s] [s]involves Havana giving birth to the spawn of Satan live on stage[/s] [s]takes place inside the carcasses of a range of endangered species with racist slurs provocatively spray-painted on her dancers' bodies[/s] [s]every single one of the above[/s] doesn't make this big.<br><br>Edit: it has grown on me, I actually like the breakdown now, and love the last 30 seconds. One extra star, but leaving my original review :P<br><br>10 months after the last one edit: ironically, this became one of my favourites of hers and I'm rather glad it did so well :P Last edited: 16.09.2014
** This is trying way too hard to be interesting and it ends up falling flat before the first breakdown. The dubstep-feel 'sirens' at the end provides the only relief to the overbearing drum beats and breakdown that makes the song feel more hyperactive than it should be.
*** I do still think her music is pretty vacuous and the juxtaposition of changing over from something of more class to this is quite unsettling. Luckily for her tonight, she's on right after Flo Rida, which gives her an extremely unfair advantage. There is something I enjoy in this though. I feel that though it's a bit basic, it has some pace behind it. For no reason I like the use of the lock-n-load shotgun sound to go into the chorus even though it's a bit stupid. I wish I could stan for the outro too, but it's just completely devoid of melody and nowhere near as ridiculous as "Here's Johnny" to get away with that. 3.4
** A reasonable song which gets a major penalty for that piercing sound at the end. Alarm noises are designed to get attention in the event of an emergency. They're not for enjoyable listening in club songs. 2.3*
**** Lmao 392. This isn't bad but nothing on "We Run the Night" imo. I haven't heard "Flashing Lights" or anything longer than 5 seconds of "Ba*Bing" though. It grew old quite quickly. Thank God I probably won't have to listen to this again.
**** Ich würde ihr gerne mehr geben, jedoch ist dieser Refrain oder was das ist einfach zu schlecht. Strophen gehen noch so. Ihre Stimme ist akzeptabel, die Produktion auch, aber sie kanns besser! Das Cover ist wunderschön, muss ich zugeben!
**** Nicht wirklich definierbar. Teilweise gute Passagen, teilweise ein absolutes musikalisches No-Go. Hab mir dann noch die Live-Performance angeschaut und runde nun doch auf eine 4* auf, da sie ja doch einigermassen talentiert zu sein scheint.