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Former Arab Strap co-founder and sometimes Mogwai friend Aiden Moffat came under fire earlier this week after posting a sympathetic series of tweets defending Robin Thicke's hit "Blurred Lines" against attacks of it as a "misogynist creed."
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According to U.K. newspaper The Guardian , the album, which was named after Thicke's estranged wife, actress Paula Patton , sold just 530 copies during its first week on sale in the United Kingdom.
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Justin Bieber won't get any time behind bars for his egging case. He pleaded no contest to the vandalism charges and got a year of probation.
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In some architecture circles, hating on Patrik Shumacher's "parametricism" is like hating on Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" .
The awkward interviews. The harsh reviews. The Twitter Q&A in which he was asked why he continues "to be such a creep."
There's no way to sugarcoat it: Robin Thicke is having a bad, bad week. From the negative reviews of Paula to the hashtag hijack, gallons of haterade and uncomfortable questions about his split from wife Paula Patton, the "Blurred Lines" singer's roll-out of his seventh album has been rough.
Emily Ratajkoski is firmly cementing her status as a sex symbol with yet another revealing photo released from her steamy GQ shoot.
Let's Talk About Talking : The Hugo House just posted Pam Houston's Word Works talk from January on YouTube in its entirety.
The resurgence culminated in 2013 with the release of disco-styled smashes by Daft Punk , Robin Thicke and Justin Timberlake , to name a few.
The awkward interviews. The harsh reviews . The disastrous Twitter Q&A in which he was asked why he continues "to be such a creep."
Women of the world, Pharrell Williams is sorry. He's sorry for treating you badly in "Blurred Lines", the notorious Robin Thicke hit in which he had a guest spot.
Does Robin Thicke creep you out? No matter how you felt about the Canadian R&B singer after he broke big last year with the blithe "Blurred Lines" - and seemed all too happy to have Miley Cyrus twerk on him at the MTV awards - chances are you'll be put off by the skeevy aspects of "Paula."
We're already half way through the year and there have been some notable albums released.
His new album, "Paula," an effort to woo back his wife, meets with a backlash from listeners who are merely looking for a follow-up to "Blurred Lines."
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 05:10 pm
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