HATE! A Music War

Slowtwitcher

Hall of Fame
It's intellectually, but yes.
Oh nö...

You might enjoy this, I know I did

 

Slowtwitcher

Hall of Fame
Can't really listen to Ed Sheeran and whatever he's written. The guy makes fun of 4 chord music a lot (YouTube etc...) but cashed in on it proper, though.
Didn't know who he was or his music until he was in a GOT episode. Just horribly formulaic music.
 

Pmasterfunk

Hall of Fame
Luxurious. Those arching disharmonies (dunno how to describe it better) are quite original.
It's based on John Coltrane's Giant Steps, a very challenging jazz song. There are tons of memes about it on Youtube. Here's another great one (by the same user, Simon Fransman)
 

joohan

Hall of Fame
Didn't know who he was or his music until he was in a GOT episode. Just horribly formulaic music.
His earlier stuff isn't bad, I mean pre-fame. Nice lyrics, simple tunes. I don't understand his live performance approach (not a big fan of loop pedals), too. Can only imagine how boring it must be to play those simplistic songs day in, day out. He had James Bay as a warm-up act in Prague, enjoyed that guy much, much more.
 

joohan

Hall of Fame
It's based on John Coltrane's Giant Steps, a very challenging jazz song. There are tons of memes about it on Youtube. Here's another great one (by the same user, Simon Fransman)
This is awesome, thanks. Makes me LOL in the best possible way. I'm used to listening to the likes of Zappa, Julian Lage and all that jazz...literally...so I like a sort of "non-linear" music.
 

jhick

Hall of Fame
Still laughing at the Kajagoogoo defense...........thank you.
Laugh all you want but Beggs is an absolute beast on bass, and has recently worked with some other incredible musicians including Steven Wilson, Marco Minneman, Guthrie Govan, etc.

Sure Kajagoogoo is a bit cheezy and doesn't really appeal to my tastes, but there is much worse out there.
 

3loudboys

Hall of Fame
Laugh all you want but Beggs is an absolute beast on bass, and has recently worked with some other incredible musicians including Steven Wilson, Marco Minneman, Guthrie Govan, etc.

Sure Kajagoogoo is a bit cheezy and doesn't really appeal to my tastes, but there is much worse out there.
Just kidding - you nailed it with cheezy.
 

Rattler

Hall of Fame
Yeah I get that they are "influential" but please lol. Ridiculously overrated. I'd much rather listen to linkin park :D

MJ's version of come together is better than theirs btw :)

We’ll just agree to disagree on this version being superior.

Now I just need the Universe to converge to produce the follow events; me, my cell phone, and Shawn Michaels blasting out a Beatles tune out of his H2.
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
We’ll just agree to disagree on this version being superior.

Now I just need the Universe to converge to produce the follow events; me, my cell phone, and Shawn Michaels blasting out a Beatles tune out of his H2.

Did u listen to the MJ version? It's def better lol. Came through and slayed.
 

3loudboys

Hall of Fame
Who would win in the ring - Liam Gallagher or Kanye West??

Thats one I'd like to be ringside for.



vs

 
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13GATOSNEGROS

Semi-Pro
This thread is all about the hate, man...

Like this song

In this threat which is all about bad music and even worse taste, limited minds and talents, pathos and the lowest level in quality and style (which results in pain, hate and irreversable damage done to every music-lover), the great NEIL DIAMOND appears like warm sunshine after a long, cruel winter.
 
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Slowtwitcher

Hall of Fame
In this threat which is all about bad music and even worse taste, limited minds and talents, pathos and the lowest level in quality and style (which results in pain, hate and irreversable damage done to every music-lover), NEIL DIAMOND appears like warm sunshine after a long, cruel darkness.
"I've been inclined" - worst lyrics ever.
 

Slowtwitcher

Hall of Fame
What can i say, i love ND since the first day i listened to him ... i guess i was 5 yrs old.
i asked my mum "who's singin?" and she said "Neil Diamond". Click.
You need to get over it. I got over the Jacques Brel of my childhood, who's infinitely better than ND. You. Can. Do. It.
 

13GATOSNEGROS

Semi-Pro
You need to get over it. I got over the Jacques Brel of my childhood, who's infinitely better than ND. You. Can. Do. It.
I.Could.Do.It.
But.Why.Should.I.
Beside the fact, that i wouldnt have dropped Jackie, there's just no NEED to get over ND; its not an early-childhood-trauma. Comparin Brel with Diamond is like sayin "Norton Commando is better than Pontiac Firebird". And in the end: what would i trade for ND? Justin Bieber? Or Beyonce for Etta? Hell NO!
I prefer my old Donnays & Snauwaerts to ANY modern racket; they fit my game better and they feel much warmer. And if i lose a match - which happens now from time to time - my ego can handle it (couldnt handle it back then in my jeunesse).
So your parents did listen to Brel. Are they from Belgium? Like Donnay, Snauwaert, nice truffle-choc and Marc Dutroux?
 
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