<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by serge urtizberea:<BR><B>I love The Simpsons and will never stop watching that show so long as I have eyes in my sockets. I like Britney Spears' music (yes, I do) because a lot of it sounds symphonic to me. I like analyzing all those reality-tv shows and seeing mindless popcorn-blockbuster movies every now and then. </B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well, I'M NOT THAT INNOCENT anymore.
<P>Seriously, though, it might as well be her or Ricky Martin if you go in for that stuff, they do have the best sound for today, though not always good content. I would say that the best pop group every to have existed were the Beach Boys, because they, I believe, honestly attempted to turn Pop music into a true art form with emotional expression, even more so than the Beatles.<P>I'm a big simpsons fan too, as you know, and I still think it can make great commentary on society today, though not with as much emotional content as previous years. But I still laugh, of course. I found their recent "Prisoner" parody very funny.<P>Regarding movies, I often try that as well, which I believe I hinted at in my post regarding the movie Hannibal.<BR>***<P>Regarding the origional post, you are absolutely right, Manzinga. I intend to compose and perform music so that it is more popular with the masses. We'll just have to see what happens.<P>Bob<p>[This message has been edited by Bob the Composer (edited 03-13-2001).]