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Watch: Robyn Covers 'When Doves Cry'


The Prince classic, shot "in one take straight onto vinyl at Metropolis Studios."


(via the awl)

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  1. Once again, Prince getting zero justice.

    Posted by: SeriouslySick | Nov 19, 2010 10:24:38 PM

  2. wait, what. this is a joke, rite? if it's a spoof of lame chanteuse efforts at serious funk she nailed it.

    Posted by: unokhan | Nov 19, 2010 11:22:06 PM

  3. >No. Off-key, flat and utterly devoid of the
    >emotion Prince put into it.


    Britney Spears could do better than that. And she's a talentless idiot.

    You know who I'd like to hear cover this song? Winehouse. She could do it justice. This gal? Not so much. Bitch can't sing.

    Posted by: Jacknasty | Nov 20, 2010 2:42:59 AM

  4. I do not get this hideous woman. So many friends love her and she's just lost on me. She looks like a dried out tampon and has no musical talent that I can hear.

    Posted by: Jason | Nov 20, 2010 8:03:21 PM

  5. This shit is AWFUL!!!! No depth....~PLEASE~ make her stop!!!

    Posted by: shannon | Nov 21, 2010 1:47:58 AM

  6. WTF did Prince do to this chick?!
    I'm gonna be scrubbing out my brain with ear bleach for a week.

    Posted by: Shazza | Nov 21, 2010 3:05:14 PM

  7. Robyn, I love you, you are awesome. But no.

    Posted by: Lindsey | Nov 21, 2010 5:42:18 PM

  8. "Robin Miriam Carlsson[2] (born 12 June 1979), better known by her stage name Robyn, is a Swedish recording artist, singer, and songwriter. Robyn became known in the late nineties for her worldwide dance-pop hit ""Do You Know (What It Takes)"" from her debut album Robyn Is Here (1997). She co-wrote the song ""Du gör mig hel igen"" (""You Make Me Whole Again"") for Melodifestivalen 1997. The popularity of her number-one hit ""With Every Heartbeat"" and subsequent album release Robyn (2005) brought her mainstream success worldwide. In January 2009 Robyn won a Swedish Grammis award for Best Live Act 2008.
    Robyn released the first of a trilogy of albums to be released over the course of 2010 titled Body Talk Pt. 1, in June of that year, peaking at number one. It was her first album since Robyn. The album's lead single ""Dancing on My Own"" was released a few weeks prior to the album's release; it became a hit single worldwide and brought her a Grammy Award nomination for the category of Best Dance Recording in 2011. A follow-up album, Body Talk Pt. 2, was released on 6 September, entering straight at number one the Swedish chart,[3] and the final album of the trilogy, Body Talk, was released on 22 November 2010 with lead single ""Indestructible"". ""Call Your Girlfriend"" was the second single to be released from Body Talk.[4]

    Posted by: adult seo | Oct 14, 2011 10:13:09 PM

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