Music Artists worship the Devil?

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  1. samprasvsfederer123

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    i was seeing a movie review in youtube about bolt by these funny guys called spill.com and then this guy was talking for some reason about lady gaga and the illuminati and i quickly went through one of their links and decided to post this about some people's ideas and clues of why several artists including lady gaga, michael jackson, tupac, have all worshiped the devil to become famous and have links and clues to that in their work, just go to this link it's mind blowing.

    P.S." im not a real guru who knows about this i just found this in 5 mins and decided to share it, dont know if anyone will write a comment but i think it's interesting.

    just like x files people say "Believe"
     
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    JayZ not Michael Jackson, he was not a follower of th devil, but people who were tried to take him out, in some way or the other because he was a worshipper of God.
    This would be a Long discussion or thread.
     
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    It is common knowledge that every musician worships the devil. J. S. Bach and Olivier Messiaen come quickly to mind, for instance.
     
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    I am a professional musician and I have never worshipped the devil. Maybe I should have because my last band only charted once and then we got dropped..lol.
     
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    yup OP clarify this..only succesfull/famous musicians worship the devil.:)

    btw let me repost your theory OP in a more suited thread.
     
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    LOL @ Malakas. Classic. :D


    So, how does one worship the devil? Do you think it would help my non-music career? Also, could it cure these boils that I'm suffering from? :lol:
     
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    you can start by being a murray fan.That will help your music career for sure.
     
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    make this a successful topic!!!:mad:
     
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    Was it Seven Mary Three?! Saw the Orlando, FL location and had to ask. If so, I'm a big fan.
     
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    Actually no, but I know those guys and they are buds. Super cool guys and still able to book some nice shows off their initial success in the 90s.
     
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    Social Burn?! If so, saw you many times...you guys were nice live. :) (I'll keep guessing).
     
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    Damn you are getting close. I came up with those guys and helped teach Dusty to play bass. I'm not going to say who I was with though on a forum.
     
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    Cool. I def wouldn't call you out on an Internet forum. I'll do a little investigative work. :) Social Burn is/was an excellent live band. Saw them many times in SC/GA-Charleston and Columbia a few times. They blew up the WindJammer at Isle of Palms/Charleston area...one of the best shows I ever saw at that place. They were young at the time...maybe not even 21, promoting their first album. Seems like they and 7M3 had good/popular first albums, then the record industry started trimming bands and they couldn't get the airplay. Same thing happened to a lot of really good bands from VA when I was in/graduating from college in the mid to late 90's...Agents of Good Roots, Everything, Jimmie's Chicken Shack, Fighting Gravity...all good bands that nearly went or did go broke when record companies dropped them after one album.
     
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    I played at Isle of Palms too ;) What an awesome place.

    SB got dropped when Elektra merged into Atlantic. Their second album was pretty great. It was distributed by Fontana.
     
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    never know, maybe it will allow you to string an 18x20 prestige mid with a full bed of BBO in 5 min flat ;)
     
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    Jack Black is definitely a devil worshipper. Just listen to some of the lyrics of his songs. So funny!
     
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    Yep, second album was good. My wife and I bought the first album after the show. Very friendly guys and chatted with us a good 10 minutes. I hope they get back together/get back into music, as Socialburn or something else. Pretty talented bunch.

    I used to live just down the road (Sullivan's Island) from IOP. Spent many a night at the Jammer and Poe's/The Shanty on Sullivan's.
     
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