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Old 07-03-2011, 06:53 PM   #181 (permalink)
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One night, I got miserably drunk and stoned with my friend who insisted on listening to this song over and over while dancing like a leprechaun... I'm sure I would hate it even I hadn't gone through that, but now it's fucking everywhere. The whistling drives me nuts, and the lyrics are crap -- "Well, hot & heavy, pumpkin pie, chocolate candy, Jesus Christ
There ain’t nothin’ please me more than you."
-- really? Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros can keep their chocolate candy and Jesus as far as I'm concerned.
This song is so ****ing good. I wish it wasn't so popular. /pretentious

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Fuck these guys and their stupid glasses.
This song is so ****ing awful. I wish it wasn't so popular.
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Old 07-03-2011, 07:27 PM   #182 (permalink)
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:18 PM   #183 (permalink)
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This song is so ****ing awful. I wish it wasn't so popular.
are you just mad because you can't shuffle?

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Old 07-04-2011, 12:21 AM   #184 (permalink)
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Party Rock Anthem is pretty ****.
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Old 07-04-2011, 02:37 AM   #185 (permalink)
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Justin Bieber and Chris Brown. Anything with Bieber in is cheesy but a wife batterer? God, no thanks!
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Old 07-04-2011, 05:55 AM   #186 (permalink)
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Justin Bieber and Chris Brown. Anything with Bieber in is cheesy but a wife batterer? God, no thanks!
ah you are the type to hold an artist's personal life against him for the rest of his career.

MJ was a child molester til his death.

Whitney Houston is still snorting lines with Bobby Brown.

does it transfer over to other celebrities as well?

Robert Downey Jr. is still a cokehead shooting up heroin with that Iron Man moolah.
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Old 07-04-2011, 07:47 AM   #187 (permalink)
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I never really hate a song until this has happened . . .
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I think a main reason may also be over exposure.
. . . either nationally in the media, or because a friend is playing it to death.

One such song that really bugs me is Queen`s I Want To Ride My Bicycle , mainly because Queen have this unwarrantedly high reputation and here they are, passing off a childish, repetitive jingle as if it were a song. To me it`s an exercise in insincerity and cynicism, all surface and no substance - and to be frank, "classics" like We Are The Champions and We Will Rock You are not far behind.

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Why do I hate this song? Because the song sounds too syrupy sweet and the description of love too glowing, self-satisfied and cliche. "You and I will make each night a first, ev'ry day a beginning." Oh, please. If a love song about sleeping doesn't include snoring and morning breath, then it's overly romanticized. "Love soft as an easy chair." Even easy chairs get uncomfortable sometimes.
^ Thanks for summing up my attitude to about a zillion romantic songs with your comments on Barbra Streisand.

Thanks also to jackhammer, who saves me the trouble of mentioning I Gotta Feeling by BEP

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As for phlegm, I never liked getting spit on, so hearing it in a singer's voice bugs me. Can't he just swallow it down? Can't he just control his own body? Maybe it bugs me that he isn't bothered by what would bother me in myself.
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This made me think of Demis Roussos, who turns out not to be as phlegmy as I thought, but there`s still plenty to hate in this song :-


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Old 07-04-2011, 12:43 PM   #188 (permalink)
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ah you are the type to hold an artist's personal life against him for the rest of his career.

MJ was a child molester til his death.

Whitney Houston is still snorting lines with Bobby Brown.

does it transfer over to other celebrities as well?

Robert Downey Jr. is still a cokehead shooting up heroin with that Iron Man moolah.
Yeah, I'm afraid I can't have any respect for a man that has beaten a woman up. Chris Brown is a thug. There was no proof that MJ was a child molester. He was found not guilty, remember and you can't compare the legend that was MJ to Chris Brown.
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Old 07-16-2011, 11:34 PM   #189 (permalink)
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While listening to Stevie Wonder tonight, I was reminded suddenly of how much I despise and abhor EVERY SINGLE SONG EVER SUNG BY MICHAEL JACKSON!!!!!

I cannot stand his music. I never could. When I first heard "Billie Jean" on the radio, I mocked the little hiccupy sound he likes to make in this and many other songs. I also disliked the lyrics, the tune, and even the name, "Billie Jean." My tastes haven't changed since then.

Of course, Michael Jackson became super famous and apparently floated a lot of people's boats, but when I hear his music my boat takes a nose-dive to the bottom of the ocean.

I give "Billie Jean" my top rank of "Most Abysmal Michael Jackson Song Ever." Why? Because he makes that little annoying little hiccup sound, a sound that should be banished from music forever, no less than 24 times! Yes. I counted.

Michael Jackson - "Billie Jean" . . . Most Abysmal Song of All His Songs

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Old 07-16-2011, 11:39 PM   #190 (permalink)
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awww I'm sorry to hear that Vegangelica

Probably my all time favorite video is this one



followed closely by this


and this one as well.
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