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Footage from May, 12th, 2012:
The more I see of this show, the more pathetic Lady Gaga and all her supporters become. Where is the mainstream media discussing it? Nowhere to be found.
The entire song was pre-recorded. Lady Reductive timidly mumbles under the layers of pre-recorded vocals.
Oh, yeah… her “live” vocals are UNDER the pre-recorded vocals. Pre-recorded vocals and back-up support should be there, as the name suggests, to ”support” the live vocals - and not to be the main vocals of a song.
Lady Reductive, who says she does it all live, has her pre-recorded vocals as the main vocals of most of her show. And when she finally sings, her “live” vocals are hidden under the backtrack. See for yourselves. Try to refute this after watching this video.
This video is priceless. It does two things at the same time: it proves Lady Gaga relies on pre-recorded vocals to do her show, and it proves that, unlike what her delusional retarded little
monsters cunts say, Lady Gaga is NOT a motorcycle. She simply lays on a tricycle.
I also love how she tried to gain some headlines with the “lesbo” number during this song. I’m sure the American media will pay attention to it and call it “scandalous” when the tour gets on this side of the world. They will all pretend the Girlie Show never happened.
Some considerations for this video:
1) Unlike the first Hong Kong show, there were no technical issues with the microphone. So, yeah, little
monsters cunts, what’s the excuse for having pre-recorded vocals as the main vocals in this song?
2) There is no dancing during the song. Lady Reductive is lying on a
motorcycle tricycle the entire time. Again: what’s the excuse for the blatant pre-recorded vocals?
3) Is Lady Gaga the new Kylie Minogue? Why so much falsetto? The only part of the song her “live” voice is almost clearly noticeable is when she is falsetto’ing around on “oooh ooohh ooohh”.