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Also by Qeez+13I think it should be allowed, no, encouraged to body-check, or truck-stick, someone who stops dead in the middle of a small, or crowded hallway, inconveniencing everybody, amirite?
Also about Music+106You've probably never heard a singer or band's actual voice. Only recordings or amplifications of the sound, amirite?
Also about Music+147The lesson of the song "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" is that you should be ashamed of your differences, unless they are exploitable. Amirite?
Also by Qeez+206Its a good thing that the kid in footloose liked to dance, because it would have been a diffrent movie if he liked arson, or eco-terrorism. amirite?
Also about Music+6It's sad how as you get older and listen to more and more music there are probably songs you loved/still love from years ago that you simply forgot about and may never hear again. amirite?
I think that's because some artists today use certain parts from old songs. Like my mom will always say "Hey, they took this part of the song from this one 80s song that I loved!"
But I wanted to make a pop music pun :(
never said it was mainstream music i said new songs. And besides, your living on an island of denial if your going to make the argument that indie bands don't borrow styles from each other. because they do.
this happened when i first heard "We Are Young" as well as "Young and Wild and Free"
I have no clue why, but when I first heard Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye I thought it was an old song from the 80s. Just the sound of it made me think it was older, maybe because it's different than what's normally played on the radio? I don't know, but I was trying to figure out if it was some kind of new obsession that everyone was discovering and that's why it was being played on a popular music radio station.
Just happened to me with SHMs new song, 'dont you worry child'. Go listen; its good! :)
Well a lot of artists release songs as singles after the song had been available for a while. That happened to me with She Wolf and no one believed me when I said I truly had heard the song the summer before. Just because it's labeled new doesn't make it new
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All mainstream music is the same.