They've overlaid the sounds of the paper being blown about on the music to encourage us to buy the unsullied version.
might end up like the MJ-alikesI once went on a coach trip where the overnight stay was at a hotel featuring an Adele-alike as the evening's entertainment. There was a special offer on at the bar, a double rum & coke was £2. I took full advantage and soon needed to take a comfort break whereupon in an otherwise empty corridor I stumbled upon a tiny nervous woman enveloped in an enormous kaftan - I was shocked and confused but then came to my senses - she was the Adele-alike. Back then it must have been so easy to do karaoke in a kaftan, but now, after the make-over?
With James Bond tunes they fall into two categoriesshe sounds a bit mannered like shes pretending to be Shirley Bassey on skyfall
agree with you until that last sentenceWith James Bond tunes they fall into two categories
1. "Old" ones which came out before I was about, I dunno, ten years old - all things which I heard first on the intro of a Bond film as I desperately strained my eyes trying to catch the tastefully concealed rude bits of the impossibly beautiful silhouettes tastefully swimming by, tastefully fellating guns and suchlike. All of these are great vintage tunes which fit perfectly with the films and could have only been made for the film in question... I would in fact often be surprised to discover that the artist in question - Paul McCartney, Tom Jones etc - had a separate pop career in their own right.
2. "New" ones which are not the old ones and which invariably represent a moden artist trying and failing to change their sound to fit a Bond intro. Basically poor pastiches of the above.
I admit there may be a slight element of subjectivity which has crept in and perhaps slightly coloured the conclusion above a tad.