Apart from the above mentioned incidents, my own personal experiece with him was on a YouTube video of that lead song from the last Stryper album (Take it to the cross?) where I stated that I just did not like the chorus, not in a nasty way or anything, just that it did not work for me, and he replied with some snotty comment about all the people who loved it so my opinion was wrong. Not exactly humble.
Also think I read that he was a finalist on Swedish idol.
He definitely has some pipes. We'll see if they can attach some songs to it and get something going.
I didn't mind their debut album at the time but I'm not sure I've listened to it once since I put it away on the shelf a few months after it came out. It just hasn't aged well at all for me.
I'll be approaching the next one with some caution.
Haha. Honestly doesn't bother me one bit. You don't need to worry about stuff like that. Tell me I have a penis for a face, the music taste of a bleeding ass and the IQ of a christian. You won't offend me, friend.
Like I was saying, though, to be honest, I don't see how this is any way at all better than when EZN's discography started to go downhill. In fact, I'm pretty sure I'd find at least a few songs from all those weak albums that is as "good" as the stuff on this one.
Completely on board with "to each their own" but you guys have really lost me on this one, and how/why this album is any better than all those bad EZN albums. To me they died after 'Animals with human intelligence' (despite arguably their best song of all being on '1985') - 'I'll B the 1 2 Luv U.'
Okay, so that one pisses me off a bit. Why is he now a dance-pop artist? How does being a musician just dry up and fade overnight? Did he throw his guitars out and stop playing them all together?
This would be a great rock song... but it's just dance-pop. Fucking annoying, if I'm dead honest.
If you reach out to Don again, Glen, can you tell him from me he's a gigantic disappointment.