Posted - 2006/11/06 : 22:02:01
I think this is great. And the fact its going to remain hardcore is even better. This is really good for the hardcore scene. This will get the awareness of hardcore really out there. When I first got me Save me a few months back alot of my friends who wernt into hardcore really liked it so im sure it will do well. Whats all your thoughts?
quote:Originally posted by Smoogie:
Have you read my topic started 'Is Darren Styles a pop star now then?' which I posted earlier? It is the same as this really lmao!
Not really, you filled the opening post on that one with crap as per usual.
Anyway, I personally don't mind hardcore tracks having such success, surely you can't blame someone who makes music for being supportive of their music getting more exposure. It's when hardcore gets made a certain way just to acheive commercial success that I cease to aplaud, but so far I don't think that's happened.
Posted - 2006/11/07 : 13:57:59
this is great for the scene because imo u get tunes such as field of dreams,paradise and dreams,discoland, and ppl who aint into hardcore think the remixes of tunes such as them buy flip n fill etc r the originals and we copy them so to have such a good tune as save me there ppl will take note where its come from and love it like we do respect to daz styles
Posted - 2006/11/07 : 18:50:30
Not sure when its getting released, AATW says the video should be on music channels in the next 2 weeks. I'd imagine it will be in the UK singles chart and probably some dance ones aswell...
Posted - 2006/11/07 : 18:58:09
Well so much for the 'Scene' going forwards ey?
Fair play to MR. Styles on his success but he better not loose his roots becoming the next Tiesto, if this is the case i would expect a sertain % of his HardCore fan Base to drop.. and his new found 'Pop Star' fan base rise this maby the case it may not be.. only time will tell.
Good Single tho
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Posted - 2006/11/07 : 19:04:40
I think it's the "official" commercialisation of Hardcore.
"The thing I hate about you, Rowntree, is the way you give Coca-Cola to your scum, and your best teddy bear to Oxfam, and expect us to lick your frigid fingers for the rest of your frigid life."
Posted - 2006/11/08 : 00:30:41
How many official commercialisations (notice the s you americans ;-) ) are we going to have? First it was when Bonkers charted, then another compilation charted, then Ministry of Sound got in on the act, and Nukleuz...... at the end of the day the music is what it is, no matter how many people listen to it.
Personally I wish Styles every success in the charts. If it charts high it charts high, if not, hey there'll be other singles! The people who are against a Hardcore single being successful enough to make the UK Top 40 - how do you feel about the Prodigy?
"We don't stop playing because we grow old;
we grow old because we stop playing."
- George Bernard Shaw
Posted - 2006/11/09 : 02:13:15
imo getting better is about a billion times better than save me and getting better should be in the charts instead, it would do a hell of a lot more in advertising hardcore than save me would
nearly in line....
.....strange continuity problems