Tag: Diane Warren

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Belinda Carlisle

For the whole of the 1980s, singer Belinda Carlisle was the symbol of success, first as the lead singer for the groundbreaking band The...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '91

Popdose Flashback ’91: Susanna Hoffs, “When You’re a Boy”

Kelly Stitzel takes a look at Susanna Hoffs's solo debut, which just celebrated its 20th birthday....

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Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Cheap Trick, “Busted”

In a very personal Flashback '90, Popdose writer Michael Fortes revisits the lows and highs of Cheap Trick's Busted, song by song....

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Music

Anatomy of an Album: Producer Ron Nevison Discusses “Chicago Twenty 1”

Nearly 20 years after the album was released, Ron Nevison shares the strange story of how his mixes for Chicago Twenty 1 were...

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Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Special Edition! Best Original Song, 2000

Phil Collins and Aimee Mann in a battle to the death! Kelly Stitzel takes us back ten years in her final look at Best Original Song...

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Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Special Edition! Best Original Song, 1997

Kelly Stitzel's special Oscar-themed columns continue with a look at 1997's race for the Best Original Song trophy....

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Chart Attack!, Music

CHART ATTACK!: 12/2/89

Hello again, everybody, and welcome to the final CHART ATTACK! of 2009! In case you haven’t noticed, Popdose has been pretty much...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '89

Popdose Flashback: Michael Bolton, “Soul Provider”

In Bull Durham, Kevin Costner’s character Crash Davis chides Nuke LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) for his laziness and lack of focus on the...

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Chart Attack!, Music

CHART ATTACK!: 4/11/87

Hi, everybody! This week’s CHART ATTACK! takes us back a whopping 22 years, and wow, do I feel old, considering I remember hearing...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '89

Popdose Flashback: Milli Vanilli and the Triumph of Substance

For fans of pop music with integrity, the pop charts of 1989 were a desolate place. Between an avalanche of soul-sapping covers (Michael...

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Music, Pop Goes the World

Pop Goes the World: Cheap Trick, “All We Need Is a Dream”

The fantasy of owning a time machine is a fun one, isn’t it? Most people would go back and stop Hitler. Patton Oswalt would go to...