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Old 07-18-2011, 02:05 AM   #201 (permalink)
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That's interesting, but I still don't like the song! However, I did just read that I have been misinterpreting the song's meaning, so that was my error. The song "Bad" actually has a very nice meaning:
Ah, I didn't know that little background behind the song and him taking it from a true story but the student ended up dying.

You see the part where they say it was supposed to be a duet. Well, yeah Prince wanted no part of it because they weren't seeing eye to eye at the time and I guess that's where the story comes from that the story was talking about Prince but I guess it wasn't.
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Old 07-31-2011, 08:37 PM   #202 (permalink)
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Ah, I didn't know that little background behind the song and him taking it from a true story but the student ended up dying.

You see the part where they say it was supposed to be a duet. Well, yeah Prince wanted no part of it because they weren't seeing eye to eye at the time and I guess that's where the story comes from that the story was talking about Prince but I guess it wasn't.
Yep, I saw the part where they said the song was supposed to be a duet, and I think you are probably right that that relates to the story about Prince.

I just heard a new song that I hate! Mind you, I don't mean any personal insult to people who love songs that I hate. We just have different tastes and there's nothing wrong with that, because whether art is "good" or not is completely subjective.

That being said and out of the way, on to the song I loathe:

Scout Niblett - "Wet Road"

When I hear this song I think of how if I were a dog I would want to howl...and actually, even though I'm not a dog, it makes me want to howl anyway. I can't stand her voice, which grates on me like chalk squeaking on the chalkboard. I also don't like the song itself or the guitar playing, which I find extremely boring, sluggish, and insipid.



However, I think Scout Niblett is kinda cute!





I just don't like her music.
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:05 PM   #203 (permalink)
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That being said and out of the way, on to the song I loathe:

Scout Niblett - "Wet Road"

When I hear this song I think of how if I were a dog I would want to howl...and actually, even though I'm not a dog, it makes me want to howl anyway. I can't stand her voice, which grates on me like chalk squeaking on the chalkboard. I also don't like the song itself or the guitar playing, which I find extremely boring, sluggish, and insipid.



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Wowzers, did not expect Wet Road to make somebody want to 'howl' with loathing, dang.

Anywhoooo

These arseholes can do one, words cannot even begin to burrow into the depths of my hatred for this band. They represent everything that I think is wrong with music today, and this song takes the biscuit.
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:23 AM   #204 (permalink)
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These arseholes can do one, words cannot even begin to burrow into the depths of my hatred for this band. They represent everything that I think is wrong with music today, and this song takes the biscuit.
I have to agree with you on that one. Although the Wombats' "Moving to New York" song doesn't inspire full-out hatred in me, I can burrow down to some genuine dislike for it.

The song is extremely repetitive, both in melody and lyrics. If I'm not wrong, the lyrics consisted almost completely of the chorus, repeated again and again and again and again and again and again and again! The song seemed to have almost no meaning at all. The rushed playing and style of the song got tiring and reminded me of quite a few other songs I've heard (a little like The Cure). Also, the video made such great attempts to look "cool" and "edgy" with a hamster and all, that it seemed overdone to me.

The song sounds whiny, too: he's well-fed, he's leading a descent life, maybe not perfectly what he wants (he's had a bad week after all, horrors), and he's griping about it? I'm not very sympathetic to his plight.

Finally...and this doesn't relate to the music...I found the band members not appealing to observe, especially the lead singer with his glum, droopy appearance.

I feel they play their instruments well, though. And he *was* in tune!
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Old 08-05-2011, 01:44 PM   #206 (permalink)
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These arseholes can do one, words cannot even begin to burrow into the depths of my hatred for this band. They represent everything that I think is wrong with music today, and this song takes the biscuit.
I was unfortunate enough to see them live a few years ago. One of the support acts was pretty good, but otherwise it's far and away the worst gig I've ever been to.

As for me;



Don't get me wrong - I fucking love EBTG. Amplified Heart, Eden, Idlewild and Temperamental = pure musicgasmic albums.

This song however is one of the most unbearably awful piles of crap I've ever heard in my life. It's so sickeningly twee that it has the reverse affect of actually being pretty butch.
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Old 08-08-2011, 02:07 AM   #207 (permalink)
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Old 08-08-2011, 07:58 AM   #208 (permalink)
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Old 08-08-2011, 08:20 AM   #209 (permalink)
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