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  1. TRENCH liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  2. EXODUS liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  3. eyelovelefteye liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  4. Syyydney liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    Yeah does anyone remember her plan to release an album full of outtakes? Does she? 
  5. brandon liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    Yeah does anyone remember her plan to release an album full of outtakes? Does she? 
  6. brandon liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  7. finalgirl liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    Yeah does anyone remember her plan to release an album full of outtakes? Does she? 
  8. LanaRayDelMar liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    I dunno honestly how people perceive FROOT to be her best work, for me it's more like a "alright i'mma chill now" kinda album, somewhat a laid-back closing chapter.
  9. Inferno Euphoria liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  10. Enchanted Mansion liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    Yeah does anyone remember her plan to release an album full of outtakes? Does she? 
  11. ALIEN SUPERSTAR liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    Yeah does anyone remember her plan to release an album full of outtakes? Does she? 
  12. prettywhenimhigh liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  13. Glitter Boy liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  14. Escapism liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  15. Escapism liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    I dunno honestly how people perceive FROOT to be her best work, for me it's more like a "alright i'mma chill now" kinda album, somewhat a laid-back closing chapter.
  16. niandra lades liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  17. Thunder Revenant liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  18. beowoof liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    I dunno honestly how people perceive FROOT to be her best work, for me it's more like a "alright i'mma chill now" kinda album, somewhat a laid-back closing chapter.
  19. alienprincess liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    That's not true, Marina was responsible for how Electra came to existence and it was all her idea not the label's. The only thing her label didn't allow her to was to focus (= have their funds) on two different eras at the time. It was Marina who wanted to work with Dr. Luke at the end of the day, it was her wanting to abandon her indie goals and seek fame because that's what she secretly craved and was disappointed with what a failure TFJ had been in the US. Of course, to hide all that, she wanted to create EH the popstar version as a mystery project similar to iamamiwhoami and release Die Life as an official sophomore MATD album; we know how it ended. The only thing she did not touch was the sound production but it's obvious a well known hit-maker hiring whom costs unfathomable amount of money wouldn't let her change anything if she and her team wanted a successful single. Marina does like to minimise her control over Electra Heart project because she felt she *failed* (it was bashed by critics and did not top charts), same way she did with releasing Shampain as a single and then hating the song as well as the exact same way with saying "omg you don't like Love + Fear? oh well I don't know I was insecure I didn't know what to do ummm it was my label's fault" but personally thinking it's her best album anyway   Remember that it was Marina who invented homoerotic How to Be a Heartbreaker music video, it was also her who rejected her manager's idea to scrap Teen Idle, it was her who spent months reading Greek mythology and browsing American and Hollywood popculture references, no one in the label was that passionate about it, and so on...
     
    When Electra Heart was being finalised, no one in the world knew what Born to Die is, let alone how to capitalise sad tumblr girl image. It was always a mixture of the likes of Britney Spears -- heartbreak, sadness, innocence, Katy Perry -- fun, camp, parody, and Madonna -- hidden messages, philosophy, industry rebellion.
  20. Veinsineon liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    I dunno honestly how people perceive FROOT to be her best work, for me it's more like a "alright i'mma chill now" kinda album, somewhat a laid-back closing chapter.
  21. vrtvie liked a post in a topic by LunaeManifestum in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    EH is really her magnum opus imo even though Froot is fighting neck to neck to get this podium but as you said, it feels natural to me to think of EH immediately as a special album.
     
    the way she mixed deep lyrics with electronic beats and it matched so perfectly like?? Who else was doing this?? Sis laced this album with c0caine
  22. LilyBrik liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    It's insane how she makes up 95% of the song lyrics on her own and all those white straight men get credit for one word change.
  23. Escapism liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    It's insane how she makes up 95% of the song lyrics on her own and all those white straight men get credit for one word change.
  24. TRENCH liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in MARINA (and The Diamonds)   
    It's insane how she makes up 95% of the song lyrics on her own and all those white straight men get credit for one word change.
  25. viktoria liked a post in a topic by vrtvie in Grimes   
    Except for the fact she actually released way more than one album during her career. Considering Grimes being her own producer, I don't mind a longer break tbh.
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