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Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster / "Alejandro"
"Alejandro" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga. It is the third single from her third extended play (EP), and second major release The Fame Monster (2009). Co-written and produced by RedOne, it is composed as a mid-tempo Europop song with an uplifting melody, where Gaga sings about bidding farewell to her lovers. It was inspired by Gaga's "Fear of Sex Monster". Critics noted it to be heavily influenced by pop groups like ABBA and Ace of Base, and predominantly gave positive reviews for it.
"Alejandro" charted on the UK Singles Chart prior to its official release, and reached the top-five on the Hungarian Singles Chart due to download sales from the album. It also charted in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States—where it became her seventh successive single to reach the top-ten of the Billboard Hot 100. The song also topped the Finnish, Polish, Russian, Bulgarian and Romanian charts. Gaga performed "Alejandro" on both legs of The Monster Ball Tour, where she portrayed a threesome scene with her dancers. The song was also performed on the ninth season of American Idol on May 5, 2010.
A music video for the single, which was directed by photographer Steven Klein, was released on June 8, 2010. It was inspired by Gaga's love for her gay friends and admiration of gay love. The music video portrays Gaga with a group of soldiers in a cabaret, dancing to the song. It is interspersed with scenes of Gaga as a nun swallowing a rosary and near-naked men, holding machine guns. The music video received mixed to positive reviews, with critics complimenting its idea and dark nature, while the Catholic League attacked Gaga for her use of blasphemy, despite Klein dismissing the idea and claiming the scene in question (the swallowing of the Rosary beads) was Gaga's "desire to take in the Holy".
Reader's Rides : Stuart Birnie submitted this photo of a Peugeot Offensiv
Frame: Peugeot Offensiv (2nd-Hand) $570.00
Forks: Peugeot (2nd-Hand)
Groupset: Ultegra STI $1,150.00
Seatpost: American Classic $80.00
Stem: Cinelli B Groove $175.00
Bars: Cinelli B Groove 42 $165.00
Front Hub: American Classic Micro 99USD
Rear Hub: American Classic Ultra-Light 199USD
Spokes: DT Swiss $64.00
Rims: Velocity Fusion
Headset: FSA Orbit XL II (Carbon Fibre Spacers) $99.00
Tyres: Michelin Pro Race Ironman (Red) x 2 $180.00
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite (Red) $200.00
Pedals: Shimano PD-M515 MTB SPD
Bar Tape: Cinelli Cork (Red) $25.00
Tubes: - $10.00
Rim Tape: - $5.00
Computer: Polar S710 HRM $550.00
Bottle Cages: Tacx x 2 $60.00
(N.B. Most prices in Australian dollars and approximates only)
Stuart says:"It's a 56cm "Peugeot Offensiv" and it's probably 1 to 2 years old (not sure - they are still on sale in UK and here). There is also a blue/yellow version of this frame known as a "Pro" and the same frame is sold as another model name, the "Altitude 900" in pale blue/white.
See this website for more details.
The frame and forks used to belong to Mick, the owner of Croydon Cycleworks (my LBS) who used to have Ultegra driveline, SunTour single-pivot brakes, bar-cons on the drops (no STI), Campag wheels, same saddle (I liked it when I test rode his bike), Deda bar/stem I think."
:: submitted by Stuart Birnie
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