History Music / LauraWhite

20th Oct '17 11:57:39 AM Lawman592
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* ContractualObligationProject / SpringtimeForHitler: Laura lives up to the music industry phenomenon of the "contractual obligation" album. These are albums produced to fulfill the terms of a contract with a record label, usually at the label's insistence; but which the musicians do not want to record, either because they are unhappy with their contract, or they feel they lack sufficient good material for an album, or they are just no longer interested in doing it. "Contractual obligation" albums are typically either complete garbage done as a "screw you" to the record label, something completely silly done as way to blow off steam, a Greatest Hits Album, or a bizarre/experimental art project of some sort. Most of the time, these albums flop as intended; but occasionally, they will go on to achieve a substantial cult following. Occasionally, they will even make a small profit for the label. \\
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Her album, which has yet to be released, has apparently been seen as a "contractual obligation" album by the British radio industry.

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* ContractualObligationProject / SpringtimeForHitler: Laura lives up to the music industry phenomenon of the "contractual obligation" album. These are albums produced to fulfill the terms of a contract with a record label, usually at the label's insistence; but which the musicians do not want to record, either because they are unhappy with their contract, or they feel they lack sufficient good material for an album, or they are just no longer interested in doing it. "Contractual obligation" albums are typically either complete garbage done as a "screw you" to the record label, something completely silly done as way to blow off steam, a Greatest Hits Album, or a bizarre/experimental art project of some sort. Most of the time, these albums flop as intended; but occasionally, they will go on to achieve a substantial cult following. Occasionally, they will even make a small profit for the label. \\
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Her album, which has yet to be released, has apparently been seen as a "contractual obligation" album by the British radio industry.
20th Oct '17 11:57:09 AM Lawman592
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* ContractualObligationProject / SpringtimeForHitler: Laura lives up to the music industry phenomenon of the "contractual obligation" album. These are albums produced to fulfill the terms of a contract with a record label, usually at the label's insistence; but which the musicians do not want to record, either because they are unhappy with their contract, or they feel they lack sufficient good material for an album, or they are just no longer interested in doing it. "Contractual obligation" albums are typically either complete garbage done as a "screw you" to the record label, something completely silly done as way to blow off steam, a Greatest Hits Album, or a bizarre/experimental art project of some sort. Most of the time, these albums flop as intended; but occasionally, they will go on to achieve a substantial cult following. Occasionally, they will even make a small profit for the label. \\
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Her album, which has yet to be released, has apparently been seen as a "contractual obligation" album by the British radio industry.
** A lot of people could not agree about the quality of ''You Should Have Known'' with opinions ranging from good, bad to just plain awful. As such, it became a cult classic anyhow.
* SubvertedKidsShow: Not to the level of Lily Allen, but...



* SpringtimeForHitler: Laura lives up to the music industry phenomenon of the "contractual obligation" album. These are albums produced to fulfill the terms of a contract with a record label, usually at the label's insistence; but which the musicians do not want to record, either because they are unhappy with their contract, or they feel they lack sufficient good material for an album, or they are just no longer interested in doing it. "Contractual obligation" albums are typically either complete garbage done as a "screw you" to the record label, something completely silly done as way to blow off steam, a Greatest Hits Album, or a bizarre/experimental art project of some sort. Most of the time, these albums flop as intended; but occasionally, they will go on to achieve a substantial cult following. Occasionally, they will even make a small profit for the label. \\
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Her album, which has yet to be released, has apparently been seen as a "contractual obligation" album by the British radio industry.
** A lot of people could not agree about the quality of ''You Should Have Known'' with opinions ranging from good, bad to just plain awful. As such, it became a cult classic anyhow.
* SubvertedKidsShow: Not to the level of Lily Allen, but... it is.

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* SpringtimeForHitler: Laura lives up to the music industry phenomenon of the "contractual obligation" album. These are albums produced to fulfill the terms of a contract with a record label, usually at the label's insistence; but which the musicians do not want to record, either because they are unhappy with their contract, or they feel they lack sufficient good material for an album, or they are just no longer interested in doing it. "Contractual obligation" albums are typically either complete garbage done as a "screw you" to the record label, something completely silly done as way to blow off steam, a Greatest Hits Album, or a bizarre/experimental art project of some sort. Most of the time, these albums flop as intended; but occasionally, they will go on to achieve a substantial cult following. Occasionally, they will even make a small profit for the label. \\
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Her album, which has yet to be released, has apparently been seen as a "contractual obligation" album by the British radio industry.
** A lot of people could not agree about the quality of ''You Should Have Known'' with opinions ranging from good, bad to just plain awful. As such, it became a cult classic anyhow.
* SubvertedKidsShow: Not to the level of Lily Allen, but...
it is.
12th Jun '17 9:38:53 PM nombretomado
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** At one point, whether she won a round of ''TheXFactor'' or not even made Parliamentary discussion.

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** At one point, whether she won a round of ''TheXFactor'' ''Series/TheXFactor'' or not even made Parliamentary discussion.
30th Jun '15 11:22:24 AM nombretomado
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* SeriousBusiness: Well, it's becoming this way, in the same way that LadyGaga and [[{{Kesha}} Ke$ha]] are.

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* SeriousBusiness: Well, it's becoming this way, in the same way that LadyGaga Music/LadyGaga and [[{{Kesha}} Ke$ha]] are.
19th Mar '13 4:06:10 PM SeptimusHeap
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* RefugeInVulgarity
10th Jun '12 5:03:47 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FanDisservice: Well, if reports on British showbiz blogs are anything to go by. But, then again, [[{{YourMileageMayVary}} nobody can agree]].

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* FanDisservice: Well, if reports on British showbiz blogs are anything to go by. But, then again, [[{{YourMileageMayVary}} nobody can agree]].



* ThreeMinutesOfWrithing: Notable aversion. Laura remains entirely clothed throughout her videos, and in a supposedly non-sexual manner. Of course, [[{{YourMileageMayVary}} you may disagree]]...

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* ThreeMinutesOfWrithing: Notable aversion. Laura remains entirely clothed throughout her videos, and in a supposedly non-sexual manner. Of course, [[{{YourMileageMayVary}} you may disagree]]...
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