People can bitch and enforce their borderline obsessive opinion
It's annoying hearing people belittle those who think it's Michael singing on Monster, because I've no idea why they think their opinion is SO valid and SO much more above reproach than anyone else.
And, this isn't belitting? Sorry, with all due respect, it works both ways...
No, it's not belittling.
Sorry if my direct and blunt nature offends you, I speak my mind and in my opinion some people on here need to get a life and realise there's more important things than ramming their opinion that a voice in a song on a CD isn't Michael Jackson.
They don't know it isn't him, I don't know for sure that it is. I've never said, categorically, that the voice on the three tracks are definitely Michael, yet some on here are 110% convinced it's not and seem hellbent on convincing others.
I'm not here to argue, but if something pisses me off then I won't be shy in voicing my thoughts. Just how I am.
Ok, I understand you want to voice your opinion...But then, you must realize that if you can dish it, you can take it :cheeky:
Yup, I have no problem with that.
However, as I said, I've not come on here and demanded that people accept it is Michael's voice on the three tracks being debated over. If you found my comment belittling, then I can only apologise, but the fact I've not sat firmly on the other side of the argument means I'm well placed to comment in that regard.
Do I think it's demo vocals by Michael being overly processed into a production track? More than likely, but then again who am I to know for sure? I don't. Unfortunately there are people who, for whatever reason, believe beyond all doubt that Michael does not sing on the likes of Monster, and do so with no real evidence other than "it doesn't sound like Mike".
Edit: Why did you change your post from what I quoted, a playful and decent response, to a more cutting and blunt one? Hmm ...