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Re: Article: Mariah Carey turns 53 (100,040) (100,046) by Edward from USA
At this point in her career having been born in 1969 or a year later doesn't matter, back then it did. I do think she's 53, she should own it. She's had a fascinating career and doesn't look her age at all.
(Tuesday 29 March 2022; 16:14)
Re: Any news (99,973) (99,975) by Edward from USA
"Sweet Sixteen" would be too girly. "The Woman In Me" would be more appropriate.
(Thursday 24 March 2022; 15:58)
Re: Question (99,923) (99,925) by Edward from USA
Paula Abdul is just a cold hearted snake.
(Thursday 17 March 2022; 18:02)
Re: MC trousers (99,881) (99,887) by Edward from USA
Stella once said Mariah had butt implants. I wonder when that happened. Unless Stella was just being bitter and those are push-up panties.
(Wednesday 9 March 2022; 19:56)
Re: MC trousers (99,877) (99,878) by Edward from USA
What about push-up bras? I think she wore them on her last interview with Oprah.
(Tuesday 8 March 2022; 17:33)
Re: Butterfly 25th September 16 (99,865) (99,867) by Edward from USA
She re-imagined "One More Try". I hope for some new music. The album Butterfly should be left alone. It is perfect since its conception.
(Monday 7 March 2022; 21:09)
Re: Hero (99,850) (99,852) by Edward from USA
How dare you having an opinion? I do agree that, lyricwise, "Through the Train" is far superior than "Hero", but I do prefer "Hero". As Terna stated, sometimes less is more, and while "Hero" is kind of generic, its message connected to people and Mariah's delivery was simply flawless. The performance of the song that was used as the video for it, in which Mariah looked like a goddess, represents the Mariah I fell for and the version I also love most. I have to admit though Hero is a song I very rarely listen to, but I do love what it represents in Mariah's career, it definitely was her signature song until AIWFCIY replaced it.
(Saturday 5 March 2022; 20:10)
Re: Tommy's Mariah (part 3) breaking down (99,818) (99,821) by Edward from USA
Robert-Anthony, we all post here and we know people could comment on those posts, that's a fact. Somebody got their feelings hurt because a fellow board member disagreed with them and they decided to throw a few ridiculous tantrums as if they were 5. Whitney Houston once said: crack is wack, and I agree.
(Thursday 3 March 2022; 03:56)
Re: Tommy's Mariah (part 3) breaking down (99,817) (99,820) by Edward from USA
Well, given the fact I never addressed you or made any comment on any of your recent posts, and that you've come here attacking me, I have come to the conclusion that you're on crack or something, there's no other explanation. And that wasn't shade, that was a statement. If you don't want people's opinion on your posts, simply don't post. If you're afraid of getting your feelings hurt because someone here disagrees with you, then you shouldn't be posting, you should be in therapy.
(Thursday 3 March 2022; 03:48)
Re: Tommy's Mariah (part 3) breaking down (99,803) (99,810) by Edward from USA
Come on RibbonC, we all say that, but we read them anyway. We need some drama here, everything is being kind of boring on the board lately.
(Wednesday 2 March 2022; 18:02)
Re: Favourite ending (99,808) (99,809) by Edward from USA
I'm not pulling a Nikki here. CDs have always been cheaper here. They realized many fans were importing them from magazines and stuff. That problem was solved by giving bonus tracks to fans, mostly in Europe, it didn't come out of the pureness of their hearts. Most people in the US assumed you got the same stuff as here, so we didn't feel the need to import anything. Many fans, including me, didn't know anything EFA until about five years after, and because it was on the internet, as a stand alone track, then later on I found out it was the bonus track for the international fans on the Music Box CD. There are many many people who even 10 years ago didn't know anything about it. And yes, I tried to import #1's from Europe, but just because at the time we were getting more connected through the internet and I knew what the trick was. Once music was digitally available, it didn't make much sense anymore, they kept doing, but this time they didn't care much about quality, they would pull a leftover track and added it to the final product. It's good we agree on something though, EFA is definitely a great track, better than many tracks on some of her albums.
(Wednesday 2 March 2022; 17:53)
Re: Favourite ending (99,805) (99,807) by Edward from USA
It's just they wanted you guys to keep buying albums and singles over there at a higher price instead of importing them from here at a fraction of the price. While I adore both tracks, they were bonus tracks for the international fans. Own it! Anyway, I'm going to wear my Mariah perfume now.
(Wednesday 2 March 2022; 04:17)
Re: Favourite ending (99,798) (99,799) by Edward from USA
AIEW is a sad love song. Remember that. EFA is considered to be a bonus track for the international fans just like DYKWYGT.
(Tuesday 1 March 2022; 14:06)
Re: Favourite ending (99,789) (99,790) by Edward from USA
I fell in love with "Everything Fades Away" the first time I listened to it, but to me it was evident why Mariah had left it out of Music Box. It's a great song, never a filler, but it doesn't flow well with the rest of the album, in my opinion. Yes, I've played the album several times making it the last track after "All I've Ever Wanted", but not matter how many times I played it, while I enjoyed the song, it fell totally disconnected from the rest of the album. "All I've Ever Wanted" is a killer powerful song as the last track. It was sad though that the first time some lambs from this side of the pond first listened to "Everything Fades Away" was when Napster and mp3's became popular around 1998, nearly five years after Music Box was released. A few years later, after Charmbracelet, having additional tracks for fans on the other side of pond didn't make sense anymore, but when it happened, the quality of the tracks were more of left over fillers from the album sessions. "Sprung" on the international version of TEOM was just an awful track, in my opinion, same goes for "Heat" on E=MC2.
(Sunday 27 February 2022; 20:55)
Re: Favourite ending (99,771) (99,773) by Edward from USA
Wow, I've always thought the same thing. Mariah is great, but those girls elevated everything she did to another level, and she's always known that. Kelly Price was very pregnant when the "Mariah at Madison Square Garden" was taped. There was an ambulance ready for her in the back if she needed it, that's how important these amazing backup singer were for her and her music.
(Thursday 24 February 2022; 17:20)
Re: Perfume (99,749) (99,752) by Edward from USA
Says who? Is the cancel culture coming to the messageboard too? As far as I know, the movie is on streaming services and nobody is complaining about it. We're going to get to a point where people won't be able to joke about anything anymore because somebody's feelings might be getting hurt. Joan Rivers, we really need you!

Mariah hurry up! We desperately need some music or something, the board is going crazy here.
(Tuesday 22 February 2022; 04:04)
Re: Perfume (99,750) (99,751) by Edward from USA
It has aged very well, I can't say the same about Mariah's perfumes. But oh well. To each his cologne. The original perfume comment was said as a light joke, but I guess we've all gotten hypersensitive lately.

I can't wait for anything from Mariah, even a fart. Mariah, hurry up, we're drowning here.
(Tuesday 22 February 2022; 03:56)
Re: Perfume (99,744) (99,748) by Edward from USA
If you didn't understand the reference, you have outgayed yourself. On Wednesday we wear pink, even though we're not in the 90's when gay men started wearing Mariah's perfumes. I guess we're all living in the past.
(Monday 21 February 2022; 17:49)
Re: Perfume (99,732) (99,740) by Edward from USA
I know some here are almost too gay to function, but to the point of wearing perfumes? I give you credit for that and those who dare to wear them. The scents are distinctively for women. I love her nail polish though, they're so vividly masculine, the nails on my toes and fingers love them. Oh, and I still have a bottle of her pink water. I refill it with tap water everyday to use at the gym. Sometimes I wonder why women don't look at me though.
(Monday 21 February 2022; 05:20)
Re: #1's Record Store Day release (99,717) (99,719) by Edward from USA
And when Robert-Anthony says he tweeted Mariah for that to happen, there's no way Mariah could have avoided listening to him. For Rob, a tweet means thousands upon thousands of tweets. When Rob wants his vinyls, Mariah'd better listen.
(Friday 18 February 2022; 14:18)
Re: #1's Record Store Day release (99,717) (99,718) by Edward from USA
Sometimes it's good when Mariah doesn't listen. I'd been asking for a remake of George Michael's "One More Try", and look that what happened, I wish it had never happened. "It's a Wrap" was also a missed opportunity at creating something memorable with Mary J. Blige, but it ended up being a left over "Wrap" on the MIAM album. I think some of these duets wouldn't work, especially with Beyonce, but a duet with Janet would definitely be good. I've always wished for them to sing "Again" together, it suits Mariah's current voice.
(Friday 18 February 2022; 13:52)
Re: Hello (99,708) (99,709) by Edward from USA
Hi Brian, welcome to the board.
(Wednesday 16 February 2022; 17:45)
Re: Whenever You Call mysteries (99,697) (99,705) by Edward from USA
Robert-Anthony, I can't believe you haven't noticed Brian McKnight couldn't be in the studio with Mariah because Mariah didn't re-record her part of the song. They used the same vocals from her version on the Butterfly album. It was basically a cut and paste type of thing. It's so evident that I thought everybody knew.
(Wednesday 16 February 2022; 01:52)
Re: I wonder (99,671) (99,673) by Edward from USA
At this point, I'm expecting something similar to Caution, but with 14 tracks instead of 10. It'll be more polished and with some vocal moments here and there. To be honest, in spite of its lack of vocal moments, I enjoyed Caution way more than what I enjoyed MIAM.
(Wednesday 9 February 2022; 16:34)
Re: I wonder (99,655) (99,658) by Edward from USA
Come on, Robert-Anthony, you're stronger than that. Just because someone doesn't want you posting that much, it doesn't mean you have to comply. They just have to stop reading your posts, period. If it weren't for you and some others, with the lack of news from Mariah's camp, the board would be basically mute. So, keep on posting and don't pay him any mind.

Some people on this board are getting to be so effing sensitive, it's off putting. Sometimes it seems as if Janet has exposed her nipple again and we have to crucify her all over again, messaboard style. It's just an effing nipple (opinion), get over it, rismurfingdiculous!
(Sunday 6 February 2022; 21:38)

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