Judas Single, Import
Amazon.com: 12 件のカスタマーレビュー
bangin underground track
2011年4月18日 - (Amazon.com)
The heavy electo-industrial beats in the song KILLL! The beats, the lyrics, her voice, create this kind of dark, underground story detailing her struggles with Judas, or rather, her Judas.
i'm in love with this song!
2011年4月25日 - (Amazon.com)
MUCH better than BTW. Her singing in this song is pure heavenly bliss. I love the religious metaphor of the song. I love the beats and I don't get why people are saying it sounds like Bad Romance. It sounds nothing like Bad Romance even though the song continues on with the euro dance tradition. I definately think that this is the best song I've heard this year. It sounds so addicting and cute. When I heard Born This Way, I was a bit apprehensive of the musical direction of what Gaga was heading onto, but after listening to Judas it quickly put me on ease! Whew! I really can't wait til hear her new album when it comes out. I hope this song will go #1 on the charts!!!!
Better than "Born This Way"
2011年5月5日 - (Amazon.com)
If "Judas" is an example of what will be on LG's Born This Way album then I must say I am waiting with breath that is bated. I was a bit worried after the whole BTW fiasco (not all that original, heavily borrowed from other artists, been-there-done-that, too preachy) but for all its flaws, "Judas" is a solid hit. It sounds like the old LG.
First Review! Lady GaGa Has Done it Again!
2011年4月16日 - (Amazon.com)
I was waiting for this song thinking that it was coming out later this week (meaning Tuesday April 19) but then I was reading stuff and I stumbled upon a tweet of GaGa's saying something that had to do with buying Judas on iTunes. So I looked it up on iTunes and I found it. Then I went on here and found it. The single is amazing. She is so honest with the songs that she makes and I can really feel that she means every word she says in this song. This is an amazing song about love and being in love with Judas. If you like pop or good music buy this song.
Well Produced Lacks Original Direction
2011年4月21日 - (Amazon.com)
The Fame Monster is back with another "shocker" and this time it's compelled me to write a review. Production wise this track is up there with anything else, melody and harmony wise I like it up until the "holy fool" chorus section kicks in when it suddenly sounds trite and too poppy for what's come before. Personally I would have preferred it to stay dark and industrial throughout. Of course this is supposed to be contrasting and perhaps ironic, maybe cynical; I understand all that but the shift in musical gears isn't totally working for me. Still, listening objectively, as a song it all works and has hooks. What's central to my perspective is: this has been done before so it's not shocking. Madonna went this way and used religion vs sex as the mainstay of her shock value throughout the 80's and beyond. U2 got tired of preaching and put on the horns and went ironic in the 90's. To me those artists already did this routine better and so much that the cross imagery is fairly played out now. I can't help noticing Gaga is once again using Madonna's and perhaps even U2's ideas to sell herself. While this might have been interesting had it come first, and it's a relatively good track, it's nothing on "Like a Prayer" which will always be the Mother of all tracks in this direction.