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2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Songs in Starcrossed episode? - (far_no@spam.pcmagic.net)


Does anyone know who sings the vocals in the two songs belted out by the female lead in the Starcrossed episode and what the song titles are? It sounds like Melissa Etheridge but I don't think it is. The music notwithstanding said episode was bad beyond belief. What were they thinking? Duh... We'll like do Casablanca in the future with aliens and call if science fiction. I guess it's cheaper than hiring writers, though ;-) -- Felipe A. Rodriguez # Francesco Sforza became Duke of Milan from Agoura Hills, CA # being a private citizen because he was # armed; his successors, since they avoided far@pcmagic.net # the inconveniences of arms, became private (NeXTmail preferred) # citizens after having been dukes. (MIMEmail welcome) # --Nicolo Machiavelli

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: Songs in Starcrossed episode? - (Jim Patterson <jrp32@NOSPAMBellsouth.net>)


Not recognizing the title nor looking it up, you must be talking about the episode that took place in the city of 'Angel'. That is just from your casablanca comparison. I thought the same thing. That the aliens were thinly disguised nazis. The whole thing was, as they say, 'cookbook', with everything borrowed from somewhere else...including the surprise sympathiser. I would just call it a mediocre episode. <G> On 24 Jul 2000 14:41:18 -0700, far_no@spam.pcmagic.net (Felipe A. Rodriguez) wrote: > >Does anyone know who sings the vocals in the two songs >belted out by the female lead in the Starcrossed episode >and what the song titles are? It sounds like Melissa >Etheridge but I don't think it is. > >The music notwithstanding said episode was bad beyond belief. >What were they thinking? Duh... We'll like do Casablanca >in the future with aliens and call if science fiction. I >guess it's cheaper than hiring writers, though ;-)

2000-07-24 00:00:00 - Re: Songs in Starcrossed episode? - (far_no@spam.pcmagic.net)


In article <7ggpns82atdhrv5mldme876u6mtnvl96rk@4ax.com> Jim Patterson <jrp32@NOSPAMBellsouth.net> writes: >Not recognizing the title nor looking it up, you must be talking about >the episode that took place in the city of 'Angel'. That is just from Yes, that's the epsiode. I thought the city was called 'archangel' but I could be wrong about that and the episode title. >your casablanca comparison. I thought the same thing. That the >aliens were thinly disguised nazis. The whole thing was, as they say, >'cookbook', with everything borrowed from somewhere else...including >the surprise sympathiser. > >I would just call it a mediocre episode. <G> > You're much too generous. An eight year old with a cam-corder might do better ;-) I must admit I was impressed at how badly they ripped Casablanca. The one saving grace was the first song sung by the female lead... "Breathe in, Breathe out. Tonight you're my salvation..." It's easily top ten material if properly marketed. > >On 24 Jul 2000 14:41:18 -0700, far_no@spam.pcmagic.net (Felipe A. >Rodriguez) wrote: > >> >>Does anyone know who sings the vocals in the two songs >>belted out by the female lead in the Starcrossed episode >>and what the song titles are? It sounds like Melissa >>Etheridge but I don't think it is. >> >>The music notwithstanding said episode was bad beyond belief. >>What were they thinking? Duh... We'll like do Casablanca >>in the future with aliens and call if science fiction. I >>guess it's cheaper than hiring writers, though ;-) -- Felipe A. Rodriguez # Francesco Sforza became Duke of Milan from Agoura Hills, CA # being a private citizen because he was # armed; his successors, since they avoided far@pcmagic.net # the inconveniences of arms, became private (NeXTmail preferred) # citizens after having been dukes. (MIMEmail welcome) # --Nicolo Machiavelli

2000-07-26 00:00:00 - Re: Songs in Starcrossed episode? - (stoodin101@aol.com)


>The one saving grace was the first song sung by the female >lead... "Breathe in, Breathe out. Tonight you're my salvation..." >It's easily top ten material if properly marketed. I found both the songs unlistenable pop tripe. Written by Adrian Gurvitz, who's never done anything better than unlistenable pop tripe. Gz, that was an awful episode from start to finish. "If you've spent your entire life developing and perfecting the hydrogen bomb, you probably shouldn't be proud of the fact." --- Dmitri Shostakovich