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Rockstar Supernova – Phil Ritchie Gets Sent Home for Committment

Posted by techie on July 27, 2006

I must admit that this is my first and possibly last post for Rockstar Supernova. It just wasn’t that exciting of a show. I liked the idea that you are trying to make a band and that the band decides who they like. However, I think they need a new executive producer. Not to mention CBS needs to get them a better website. It takes 6 years to load. I can’t even link individual artists to their page since they are using so much flash.

In the end I thought it was a cool idea that Phil Ritchie got kicked off because of committment. Having america vote would never do something like that. However, having a band and thinking someone isn’t committed sure changes the way you look at things.

For those who missed the recap of the show here’s the list of rockers and songs:

1. Lukas Rossi sang ‘Bittersweet Symphony’

2. Zayra Alvarez sang ‘Call Me’

3. Dana Andrews sang ‘About A Girl’

4. Patrice Pike sang ‘Soul Remedy’

5. Toby Rand sang ‘White Wedding’

6. Magni sang ‘Heroes’

7. Ryan Star sang ‘I Alone’

8. Jill Gioia sang ‘Brown Sugar’

9. Phil Ritchie sang ‘One Headlight’

10. Dilana sang ‘Time After Time’

11. Josh Logan sang ‘No Rain’

12. Storm Large sang ‘Anything Anything’

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3 Responses to “Rockstar Supernova – Phil Ritchie Gets Sent Home for Committment”

  1. Zane said

    Question: Why is Zyeda still there she is horrible at rock songs. When she sang that acoustic song she sounded good but other than that?

  2. techie said

    Did you mean Zayra? It’s a sex thing. They just keep her for her body.

  3. Random said

    If you go to YouTube and search for Rockstar Unedited Supernova you’ll see why he is gone. Giving an interview where he openly says he’s only doing the contest to promote his existing band… How stupid can you possibly be, Phil?

    Zyeda got saved by Phil being an idiot. She’ll be gone after this weeks disasterous performance.

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