The Editor Reviews: Arabic Pop Videos

All scarfs flapping lightly in the breeze, plastic women, phoney men and Brit-influenced soft lighting. Mass-market, cheap, light and trite, and the music reeks of an industry producing music to satiate young tastes and old values. To be avoided.

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4 responses to “The Editor Reviews: Arabic Pop Videos

  1. JR

    That actually sounds fantastic – absolutely great – in the same way that Mexican soap opera – or Australian for that matter – is great.

  2. jiminey

    What, you mean not at all?

  3. But they aren’t entertaining like phoney foreign soap operas – they blend into one, and it’s impossible to concentrate on them because they all seem the same.

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