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Isaac Martin
Isaac Martin

Bonnie McKee Forever 21 Mp3

figured I would share a really good remix of American Girl that's been sitting on my old Mac for years. this really under the radar producer by the name of Cages released this back in 2013 but deleted all his stuff in 2014 and disappeared forever. most of his stuff is lost but I saved a few things. I remember bonnie at some point heard this remix and tweeted at him asking him how he got the stem for the whistle note but I remember he said he filtered it lol

Bonnie McKee Forever 21 mp3

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When Perry and McKee first met in 2004, they both were "really into Lolita" and "had a mutual fascination with the adolescent state of mind." They explored the themes in their first records: Perry wrote One of the Boys, which touched on the early stages of discovering that boys could be more than friends, whereas McKee wrote "Confessions of a Teenage Girl", which was about using sexual power to one's advantage. For the Teenage Dream sessions, Perry and McKee had a "forever young" idea in mind. Perry at first wrote a lyric about Peter Pan, but they later deemed it as "too young" since "we wanted it to have more edge, more sex." Another version included the lines "And the next thing you know / You're a mom in a minivan", which made them laugh uncontrollably for an hour. There was a final version that was based around the metaphor of "trying me on" comparing clothes to sex, in a similar manner to Madonna's 1985 single "Dress You Up". It was rejected by the producers, as McKee explained, "Luke always makes us 'Benny Proof' everything. He says that if Benny doesn't get it, America won't get it." Blanco showed them the Teenagers's 2007 single "Homecoming" and asked them to write in a similar style. McKee said that "[We] looked at each other with dread, knowing we had to start all over again..... We were both so over it we just called it a night."[1] 041b061a72


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