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Post  mark520 on Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:28 am

As pop compositions,all of Bob Dylan Box Set Original is actually very strong. Sometimes on songs such as "Marry The Night","Judas","Heavy Metal Lover" and the title song there's all too heavy a late 90's Ray of Light period Madonna influence,in addition to the obvious rave/gay club thud Lady Gaga has made something of a trademark. I guess it's being called electropop. Some of that sameness in production is why I deduct one star in the review. However it all plays wonderfully on the club scene however. On "Government Hooker" there's more of a colder Eurodisco flavor to the production. "Americano" is one strong number here,incorporating a mixture of tango and Habanero dance rhythms in with the disco dance type music. "Bloody Mary" is my favorite on the album,a jam on the funkier side of new wave dealing with that delightfully decedent party scene. "Scheibe" brings the German connection into it,again as with all these songs telling tales of social outsiders who are proudly "born that way". On "Hair" there's this retro wall of sound via E (as in electronic too lol) Street Band sound,appropriately featuring Clerence Clemons on sax. He's also featured on the more poppy "The Edge Of Glory".

"Bad Kids","Heavy Metal Lover" and especially "Electric Chapel" with it's rock guitar intro have a somewhat cyberpunk edge to them. "You And I" is also a fascinating song-kind of a electronic country pop number. It all helps me realize the key to what Lady Gaga Born This Way Box Set is doing with her music here. The filter she looks through is electro rave/dance music. But she brings a lot of the different musical influences that that she embraces into that as well. Musically eclectic artists exists. But they tend to separate their influences out from song to song.
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