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“Supergroup TV Pilot Concept: It's America vs. England...”

Written on: 15/09/2004 by garjen55 (1 review written)

Supergroup TV Pilot Concept: It's America vs. England - the two countries that have contributed the most to Rock/Pop music. This is a Reality-based TV show featuring famous talented musicians forming a fantasy rock dream team in a music studio for a week or more to see what kind of album they can produce.
Obviously, to get these stars would require money, but here's the deal. Both Supergroups make and release albums and they share in the profits of their albums. Whichever group sells the… Read Full Review

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Newamusements's Response to 170415_garjen55's Review

Written on: 14/10/2004

This is the worst idea for a reality TV show ever. First of all, there's a reason that stars of the magnitude you're suggesting don't go on reality TV programs - they're cheesy and they don't want to be made to look stupid.
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<br>Second, the stars you're suggesting are horrifying. If the supergroups you suggest actually formed, I'd have to deafen myself deliberately to avoid the horribleness of what they'd do. It's bad enough with the lot of them recording separately. Together - it would be the 2 worst albums ever made!
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<br>Third, when you couldn't get your first choices, and had to approach the likes of Noel Gallagher, Chris Martin and Bono, I suspect theat your probably wouldn't get past their PA's (except maybe Chris Martin, he's just the sort to actually do something this soul-destroying). These people have too much integrity to subject themselves to such a proposition, particularly when the finished result, especially if it was written and recorded in a week, would probably be AWFUL. I can hear the reaction of the Gallagher brothers in my head, in fact...it's too rude to type. You probably could, however, get a bunch of second-rate boyband chancers desperate for attention, and oh, wouldn't that be marvellous :P.
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<br>There's no chance of anyone, EVER funding this project; but if there were, you just might, single-handedly manage to end music by creating 2 albums so awful that the world would turn off their radios FOREVER and mourn forever the day that, truly, the music died a slow, painful, tortured death.

Here's a better suggestion, why not just ask the record-buying, TV-watching public to give you money to NOT make a program like this and donate that money to charity instead?

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