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Old 02-24-2014, 11:54 AM   #181 (permalink)
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Haha yea just for that title alone i didn't get that album i had the first one though and it wasn't that bad

And i still like pollution it's not a bad song imo

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It'd be nearly impossible for me to collect, but I'd be willing to make a HUGE wager that, 20-30 years from now, there will be music (that you like now) that you'll be shaking your head wondering what you ever saw in it.

Maybe not a lot, but at least *some*
Very well sir how many rupees do you care to wager then?

though you should know im not ashamed of who i used to be or used to like and i honestly can't think of an exmpl wher- oh **** wait, Madonna's material girl..

i used to like that song and now it gives me a stomach ache~
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:56 AM   #182 (permalink)
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When I was 17-27 years old, I loooooved Kansas. Loved 'em. Then, starting in the mid 80's I started exploring other music, esp. Classical. Then, as I revisited the progressive rock of my youth, most of it held up well but Kansas did not, there was/is a cake & ice cream sappy ubersugarry element to their music (albeit extremely well performed) that just didn't work for me at all once I got into my 40's.

I recently revisited them in plug and enjoyed the parts that were good (mainly instrumental proficiency) but cringed at the candy-coated aspect. It was a short visit over the past week, I'm done with it now. Again.
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:59 AM   #183 (permalink)
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Very well sir how many rupees do you care to wager then?

Millions. I realize I get on people's nerves saying this, but you're still very very young. No offense intended. We all grow out of things.
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Old 02-24-2014, 12:07 PM   #184 (permalink)
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Millions. I realize I get on people's nerves saying this, but you're still very very young. No offense intended. We all grow out of things.
Nah i consider it a compliment

Though im 30 bro that's not that young lol

And yea i guess you're right i guess we do outgrow certain things but other things we like forever

Do you remember that animated Paula abdul video with the wolf and her doing a duet?

i used to love that video and i still do lol
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^ 30 is young, my friend

And yes, I'm not coming even close to saying everything, just some things
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Old 02-25-2014, 01:20 AM   #186 (permalink)
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Those cheesy rap songs where the chorus is sung by a pop star, examples being Eminem's recent hits, anything by Pitbull or B.O.B, etc. The songs aren't even that bad, but it seems like the rappers in question are just riding the coattails of artists like Rihanna, Ke$ha, etc, to make their songs more marketable. That's probably the intent, but still annoying, nonetheless.
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:00 PM   #187 (permalink)
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Lol. Pour some sugar on me is a pretty sick song till the chorus...then it just gets weird..like..wow.

I don't think glam is my thing.
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Haha yea just for that title alone i didn't get that album i had the first one though and it wasn't that bad

And i still like pollution it's not a bad song imo


Very well sir how many rupees do you care to wager then?

though you should know im not ashamed of who i used to be or used to like and i honestly can't think of an exmpl wher- oh **** wait, Madonna's material girl..

i used to like that song and now it gives me a stomach ache~
yeah, the Aquabats first two albums don't sound that bad. But I really don't see how they got well known at all, it sounds so.. meh... and too cheesy, even for third wave ska.

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Lol. Pour some sugar on me is a pretty sick song till the chorus...then it just gets weird..like..wow.

I don't think glam is my thing.
I only know that song because of Rocksmith 2014, and I have to agree with you.
However, there's 1 song I tried on that game that I hated way more. It was by Muse, but I don't remember then name of the song, and it's the only song by them I've heard. Now I never want to hear another one.

edit: I found it, it was 'Knights of Cydonia''
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Old 04-11-2014, 08:57 AM   #189 (permalink)
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I irrationally used to hate Metallica because his stupid redneck voice and crusade against Napster ruined my childhood. Not to mention the first album I heard was 'St. Anger'.

I'll admit they've grown on me though, since it was pointed out I listen to plenty of other very similar artists. Sometimes I miss hating them, it made me special.

Any other band I hate isn't irrational, I just straight up I don't like how they sound.
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Old 04-11-2014, 11:20 AM   #190 (permalink)
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I think that Radiohead is one that gets too much hate. It get's too much credit at the same time. Both sides need to chill. I was watching Clueless the other day and Cher made fun of Josh playing depressing music by Radiohead. I laughed.
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