remember when you weren’t allowed to be a directioner if you didn’t know how many r’s
like you would literally have to do quizzes to get follow backs
In response to Anon’s question, Half A Heart is my favourite song on MM. But I laugh every time he sings about walking around with just one shoe because I see them all doing their deadly serious Gotta Be You walk through the woods with just one shoe and wtf
Also, you said Through The Dark was yours, and it’s probably my second favourite. Usually I’m a sucker for the faster songs, like I Would in TMH, but I find I’m paying more attention to those two slower songs (I just keep the album on replay all day in the background) (I know, I’ve already cheated on ARTPOP - heinous!!)
I’m just ridiculously happy because I like every song heaps, and that was simply not the case with their previous albums.
The song style and distribution is predictable, yet pleasing. Predictable is what we want with One Direction. It’s a cookie-cutter sound, safe, but fun, and altogether a lovely experience.
Their key sounds being, one, the roaring fast-paced choruses in: Happily, Diana, Midnight Memories, Does He Know, and Best Song Ever, and two, the Ed Sheeran-influenced: Story Of My Life, Half A Heart, You And I, and Through The Dark.
Alive is a complete Jonas Brothers song, while sounding uncannily like 5IVE’s Keep On Movin. Little Black Dress is straight outta the halls of McKinley High in Glee. Midnight Memories sounds like it’s from the next Camp Rock soundtrack.
if you don’t think little black dress sounds like a glee song you’re wrong
if they don’t upgrade their media look on the next album i’m gonna be so annoyed like i am so sick of their naruto font and red tab in the top left hand corner ew the one direction album area on my iTunes is a freakin eye sore
um like no way i am totally NOT going to one direction tomorrow wow so utterly completely LAME like ew no way they’re satanic HOMO devil worshippers.
and even if i was - IF - i would so totally NOT be monumentally excited like what am i a twelve year old white girl? mi scusi signorina the answer to that cakewalk question is No with a capital N.