Pink v Amy Winehouse

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Spymaster, Apr 13, 2018.

?

Pink v Amy

  1. Pink

    25.8%
  2. Amy

    74.2%
  1. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    I adore her
     
  2. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model One star in sight

    even though she's a tory
     
  3. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    despite
     
    gentlegreen likes this.
  4. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model One star in sight

    she must be pretty much the only person in the country to adore theresa may

    upload_2018-4-13_18-35-11.png

    it is at that point i lost any interest in her music, she can run up that hill on her tod
     
  5. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    not sure how that happens, the music hasn't changed.
     
  6. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model One star in sight

    it all seems tinsel, tbh, since i found that out it all seems contrived and affected rather than how i'd previously seen her.
     
  7. moomoo

    moomoo Not so yummy mummy

    I bloody love Pink so I’m voting for her.

    I was never a massive fan of Amy Winehouse. She always looked a bit grubby.
     
    QueenOfGoths, sealion and Spymaster like this.
  8. 8ball

    8ball Up to something

    .... is the right answer. :)
     
  9. S☼I

    S☼I I don't want your poxy mint

    Why compare these two specifically? They're not alike really. Or is it just two similarly famous female singers and that's enough?
     
  10. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    How long have you adored Bush ?
     
  11. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    Since seeing her on the cover of The Kick Inside when I was a small
     
    gentlegreen likes this.
  12. souljacker

    souljacker A bit of skullduggery

    They aren't even similar though. The only thing they have in common is that they are female. I suspect a few pints in the pub, possibly even a little 'bump' in the toilets, had led Spymaster and his mates to have a gibberish conversation. It's Friday and spring is in the air. Why not?! :thumbs:
     
    QueenOfGoths likes this.
  13. dessiato

    dessiato Looking for my shopping trolley

    I absolutely love Amy. I have everything she ever recorded. When I look at her pre-drug/alcoholism I find her very attractive too.

    I like Pink. She's done some good stuff. She's also quite attractive and can be sexy, and funny.

    Overall, if Amy was still alive, I'd go for Amy first.
     
    D'wards likes this.
  14. moomoo

    moomoo Not so yummy mummy

    Is this the right place to admit that I can’t stand Kate Bush? She’s dreadful enough already but that computer record she did was beyond awful.
     
    dessiato likes this.
  15. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    What computer record?
     
  16. Rutita1

    Rutita1 Scum with no integrity, apparently.



    Maybe?
     
  17. moomoo

    moomoo Not so yummy mummy

    I don’t think it was that. Christ, has she made two?!

    She’s too pretentious for my liking. I like what I like and I don’t like her.
     
    PursuedByBears and Spymaster like this.
  18. DJWrongspeed

    DJWrongspeed radio eros

    We need a different poll they're not comparable. It's like comparing marshmallows with carrot cake.

    At least Pink can get up and perform for ticket holders. Anyone care to link to a good, full length Winehouse live performance, i doubt it.
     
    Beats & Pieces and PippinTook like this.
  19. D'wards

    D'wards I'm an excellent driver

     
  20. D'wards

    D'wards I'm an excellent driver

    Amy was fantastic- she had the songs, the voice, the style and the dramatic personal life that made her one of the greats.
     
    Cheesypoof, a_chap, dessiato and 2 others like this.
  21. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    What do you mean by computer? She's always been heavily into electronics
     
  22. S☼I

    S☼I I don't want your poxy mint

    I didn't say they were similar! I said they were similarly-famous, i.e. about the same fame as one another. Which is what you said.
     
  23. S☼I

    S☼I I don't want your poxy mint

    For the record I prefer Pink's discography to Amy's, possibly cos I like the songs/musical style better. I genuinely prefer Pink's vocals, too. Just sound less contrived. I realise this is entirely my perception, but it's mine to have.
     
  24. spanglechick

    spanglechick High Empress of Dressing Up

    Amy had a great voice, and a biting wit. Her music was inextricably enmeshed with the tragedies in her short life, and what she has left: both in music and legend, is iconic.

    Pink strikes me as a pretty sound person. Smarter than the average bear but not clever enough for that to be her *thing*. I'd like to be mates with pink, whereas Amy must have been a total nightmare.
     
  25. Thimble Queen

    Thimble Queen Sparkly cat whisperer

    We'r the kids in America whoo whoo
     
    kittyP likes this.
  26. Thimble Queen

    Thimble Queen Sparkly cat whisperer

    She can sing alright
     
    PippinTook likes this.
  27. dessiato

    dessiato Looking for my shopping trolley

    Pink you'd take home to your mum, Amy you'd be in love with, and she'd break your heart, repeatedly.
     
    unrepentant85 likes this.
  28. killer b

    killer b No Hateration, No Holeration. in this Dancery

    Are you still dividing all women up into a few one-dimensional stereotypes in 2018 dess? I wonder how this is possible after 13 years of regular posting on urban - you'd have thought just by some kind of osmotic process you'd have picked some of this stuff up by now...
     
    Looby likes this.
  29. Johnny Vodka

    Johnny Vodka The Abominable Scotsman

    Pink is absolute MOR shit. Wasn't really a fan of Amy at the time, but after watching the documentary about her, and hearing some pre-Ronson material, I definitely 'get' her (though still don't own any of her records).

    Bit of a silly question IMO.
     
  30. Johnny Vodka

    Johnny Vodka The Abominable Scotsman

    Still arguable. :p
     

Share This Page

  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice