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  • True Color Analysis

    Whether it may be the different sensations of the eye from the reflection of light, how a person’s character is perceived by another, or in other cases it can be used in a metaphorical sense. Artist use these albums cover to relay a message to someone about what could be found within the album, it’s not likely that you would find a dark or evil cover for something with faint peaceful music. Another example of how one defines color can also be in a figurative sense, which is shown through…

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  • Atlas Genius History

    In 2009, three brothers decided to form an alternative rock band in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, but they needed a name. The band’s drummer, Michael Douglas Jeffery, suggested the name, which he said came to him in a dream. Michael’s brother, Keith William Hamilton Jeffery, serves as the lead vocalist and guitarist, and his other brother, Steven Roger Jeffery, is the band’s bass guitarist. The brothers took on a fourth member, keyboardist Darren Norman Sell, shortly after the band’s…

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  • Analysis Of The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. This album immediately made waves within society, and continues to have a profound impact on people today. It had changed how music was delivered, recorded, and listened to, while also helping to move society in a direction of major change. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was not simply a piece of art through the music it contains, but also through the imagery it portrays proudly on its album cover. This cover is 144 square inches of…

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  • Listening To A Concert Analysis

    has put into the music and choreography. Listening to the album is based off of visuals in your head as of what is going on in the song, or how the story is being played out. The concert is about giving the fans a show, but artist also let fans join in on the songs while they sing it just to see how many people actually listen to the music that they have been putting out. You could anticipate similarities and differences when comparing an album and a concert, but would you really know how much…

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  • Taylor Swift Analysis

    Her album Taylor Swift is country whereas 1989 is mainstream pop. The country style approach that Swift uses on her first album depicts feelings of sadness and evokes a lot of emotion. She uses many acoustic tones which dispenses a certain vibe from her music. The tones that can be heard are softer and not as solid…

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  • Tynisha Soares Research Paper

    the group was all American girl group comparing four members. The four girls are Amy Correa, Melissa Tessmen, Tynisha Keli and Katy Scanlan. The Gyrlz society released their single, Double 'D' Mix, produced by Damon Jones in 2002. In 2003, the group album was cancelled and the group quickly disbanded. Tynisha knew that she was being part of the group was not her desire to be in a group she wanted to try is on her…

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  • Jon Bellion Research Paper

    producers came in on this album. Unlike Jon’s mixtapes, he bounced his ideas off of people and tried to make his album the best he possibly could. With good reason as well. Not only was this the first Jon Bellion album on sale, it has a very specific purpose. The Human Condition is business proposition for Pixar. Bellion wants someone like John Lassiter to see the hard work that was put into every aspect of the album. Jon put $50,000 of his own money into the art of this album. Just to get…

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  • Channel Orange Frank Ocean Analysis

    demeanor. With some of his favorite songs mostly being top 40s hits, Jesse has a consistent, if not predictable, taste in music. Frank Ocean released Channel Orange, his debut studio album, on July 10, 2012. Classified as Alternative R&B, the album is just over one hour long, with seventeen tracks total. The album features vocals from artists such as John Mayer, André 3000, and Tyler, The Creator.…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Formation By Beyonce

    female empowerment. Beyoncé’s career began in Destiny’s Child (officially in 1997), where she quickly became the star of the group (Kaufman). After she the group went on a hiatus in late 2001, she began to start up her solo career (Kaufman). Her first album, “Dangerously in…

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  • Textual Analysis Of The Paper Kites

    because Melbourne five piece The Paper Kites literally crafted their sophomore album twelvefour when the rest of the world was asleep. “The album is a concept record, based around a theory that an artist's creative peak is between the hours of midnight and 4am,” says frontman Sam Bentley. The result is a collection of 10 tracks, mixing the introspection of the night with smooth guitar rifts. “If I could sum up the album, it’s about what happens when selfishness and love collide.” Describing…

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