I also like this one, though i probably didn't at first as Zoo took some getting into. Any dance routine with a song this good has a good chance of success and i think FC hit the spot. The easily recognizable Voyd makes her Zoo debut and i enjoyed her contributions to the menagerie of revolving dancers.
Well this is a stinker. It has that HG stamp of a cacotopian society that can't afford to pay its electricity bill and dresses from the nearest skip. It may come with an FC, rather than an AP, production stamp but its still as dull as dishwater.
If the apparent apathy towards this routine is any measure Doc may well be flogging something of a dead horse, although saying that his original post is only a little over forty-eight hours old and most of those were weekend hours. My dislike of this style of dance routine is well known and hardly a reason for drawing a discreet veil over them !
Its just disappointing to read you getting all Orwellian again as a way to show your disdain. Really SF, words like dystopian and cacotopian to describe dancers and routines is a bit much. Come on mate, get out of the stone age and appreciate the choreography at the very least, even if you do not like the dancing on show.
At a push i can understand your loathing for HG, but trying to lump Zoo in with them just wont do. These people were just boys and girls trying to make a buck on the television on a Thursday and some only got a week or two to do so. Have another look at the routine. Its not a stinker, far from it.
At least SF has something to say unlike the tumbleweeds rolling around here. The posts are more about trying to ID who appeared on the shows, the Zoo comments bit was added because several people said they wanted the opportunity to do so, it’s quite clear they don’t.
It would be useful to have a directory to dump these in eventually to keep them together.
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