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  1. Not sure if anypony has done this yet, but it's a game I really enjoyed in some past forums. In this game you have to use one word of the previous song title to use in the new song title. While you don't have to, bolding the word from the previous song would be helpful Example: "Back In Black" by AC/DC "Black Sheep" by Metric "Sheep Go To Heaven" by CAKE "Monkey Gone To Heaven" by The Pixies "Gone Away" by The Offspring ....and so on and so forth. UPDATE: No just using the word in part of your response, like such: "Mother" by Danzig "Motherboard" by Daft Punk This does not count However, the following is okay: "Let Forever Be" by The Chemical Brothers "Let's Go Crazy" by Prince And The Revolution Now let's start with the following song: "Welcome To Paradise" by Green Day
  2. why is it that every time their is a topic on any forum based on genres of music, people always tend to say something along the lines of "I like everything except country" when a lot of country music has just as deep of meanings to it as most any other kind of music, in some cases more so! Me I like just about EVERY kind of music, just kind of depends on what mood I'm in, but I simply love good ole country music from time to time, hm, just don't get it!
  3. Should the titles of some of the songs I listen to raise concerns for my mental health? Getting Away With Murder Animal I Have Become Monster The Nobodies Master of Puppets Basket Case Hate Me Last Resort Psycho & Crazy Train to name a few.
  4. Seeing how many people are interested in music here, I wonder if any here wants to pursue a career in music or already are music majors! The best way to do that is to be a music major, of course. xD There are people who became musicians without a college degree but that is...very very very very very very very rare. I seriously mean that. There are various degrees in music which include: Bachelor of Music in Performance Bachelor of Music in Music Theory and/or Music Composition Bachelor of Music in Music Education (choral/general or instrumental) Bachelor of Arts in Music (take more liberal arts courses and great for double majors) Bachelor of Science/arts/music in music technology, audio engineer, or music production Yeah...the music technology degree is a tough one because there are soooo many names for that! xD Oh,there are also schools that offer degree in arts management, which allows you to basically be a manager. I am a music education major doing both choral/general and instrumental. I'm studying piano and music composition privately. So yeah, brohoof to all the music majors or wanna-be music majors. So yeah, if you want advice or want to give advice on music careers/degrees, this is the place to talk. ^^
  5. I prefer them to digitally recorded music. It's something about the crackle that's really chill. Do you guys prefer digital recordings or vinyl?
  6. A news article went up over at a He-Man fan website about the Filmation soundtrack coming to CD. Apparently it's the same album program as previous issues on LP/cassette: http://he-man.org/ne...cle.php?id=2505 Over at the 13Bis Records website, there's an image that previews the titles (or some of them) they will be issuing on CD with a release date of May 14th, 2012: http://www.13bis.com/ Not sure if legit... but if it is, I'm excited to finally get Inspector Gadget on CD. I've wanted that one for eons.
  7. So I currently run a Tumblr that is completely made for songs and lyrics! It's called musicandlyricsrlife.tumblr.com if any of you want to see it. Well anyways, I could use some of your help! I am kind of paranoid about running out of ideas and thought that maybe you guys would know a few! Thanks so much! ~
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcS8R3kWj98&feature=youtu.be It doesn't say anywhere in the comments or description. It sounds kinda like Iron Maiden but I'm not sure.
  9. So i been obssessing over Michael Jackson, and i want to know who here is a King of pop fan. If you are please help me make a club maybe here or somewhere else. Thats how much im obsessing. Fans who want to know how to dance like Michael, i would problaly help you guys. An idea that i made, if you guys want to be in.
  10. Here's a great song I found a few months ago. Let me know what you guys think!
  11. It's time for a long overdue re-updated OP (as of 9/29/13). Spoiler tag it up if you want to check it out.
  12. So I already play the piano but I want to start up the guitar. I am currently in 8th grade and I was thinking of learning it online, would that be easier or should I have some lessons first, or lessons all the way through? Thanks~
  13. I'm writing an original piece of music for a school project. It's supposed to be based on Shakespeare's Macbeth play, but I strongly urge you not to think of it as "yet another school project" - the original play had no music in it, so this is really inspired by it more than it is actually directly based on it. This is just a preview of the first minute or so - there's a lot more to come. But I'd appreciate any constructive feedback I could get, seeing as it's due on Monday. Preview 1: http://mlpforums.com/uploads/monthly_11_2011/post-1-0-65867100-1321086632.ipb?.mp3 Preview 2: http://mlpforums.com/uploads/monthly_11_2011/post-1-0-60233200-1321260439.ipb?.mp3 Project - Preview 1.mp3 Project - Preview 2.mp3 I've also included screenshots of my staff and the process of setting up the instruments, in case you're interested in how exactly I put this together.
  14. I typically listen to 90's/80's/70's music. Oh and Opera. Oh and Ballad of Jed Clampett, all the old sitcom openings honestly, And Puttin' On The Ritz, and Big Rock Candy Mountain, i like a lot of old stuff.
  15. Ok, so this is really simple. Basically, someone posts a song. Then the next person gives it a score out of 10, briefly explains why, then posts another song for the next person to rate and so on. Example: User 1: Friday by Rebecca Black User 2: 10/10 Best song evaaar her voice is da bestest evaaaar!!!!lol Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley User 3: 5/10 meh, not my kind of music. But I do like his hair. A lot. Winter Wrap-up - My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic You get the idea. The rules are that you MUST listen to to the whole song, or at least the first 5-6 minutes if it's longer than that. Whether you like the song or not! It can be anything as long as it's labeled music. Pony music, your favorite song, the song that you and your friend composed last night, a song from your favorite opera, a song you hate, ANYTHING GOES! Also, try to include a Youtube link to the song (or any other kind of link really, as long as we can listen to the song) to make it easier for others to listen to it. Also, try to stay classy and respectful. Not everypony has the same music tastes! ^^ Ok, so I guess I should start. Octopus - Syd Barrett http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL36NuJJLIQ&feature=fvst
  16. Ok, we all know those people who pump their fists in the air, we know those people that headbang until they get whiplash, and we know those people who just go insane while listening to music. I was recently listening to "In one Ear" and I noticed with that particular song I basically have a mini seizure with fast movements scattered all over the place. So I just want to know how do you enjoy your music.
  17. What is one of your favorite songs from the 70s, 80s, or 90s? Mine is Hot Blooded by Foreigner.
  18. Fairly simple. List your favorite track from albums that you like. Not sure if there has been a specific thread like this before but I'm gonna try it anyway. You can use this format if you wish: Artist: Album: Favorite Track:
  19. Bad news guys. Kenny Rogers died.
  20. Pretty self explanatory topic What songs from our world do you think your favorite pony would like? Personally, I've always had this fascination with Rares being a huge Smashing Pumpkins fan if she were to enter our universe. I think this would be her favorite song However, this would definitely be a close second https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VY342ZN3stU I just really think she'd like their style of rock - not really too heavy and sort of melodic and beautiful, but still independent and artistic It'd fit both of her tastes perfectly - soft and melodic for her elegant side, yet artsy for her more artistic side I really think she'd love the Smashing Pumpkins, and these would be her two favorite songs by them. So, what two songs from our world do you think your best pony would enjoy? Do share!
  21. Do you love Lyra? Like her? Know nothing about her? Whatever the case, this is the place to talk about the cutest, mintiest, and best background pony in all of Equestria! Until this month I barely noticed Lyra on the show. But then I looked at some pics, and it was like seeing her for the first time. Then I looked up some pictures, read 'Anthropology,' listened to music about her. Then I voted for her in the Most Attractive Pony poll and now I'm a fan for life. xD (You can vote Lyra too! Help her pull off the biggest upset in forum history! http://mlpforums.com/topic/44455-the-most-attractive-pony-tournament-2013-conference-championships/ ) I don't just like Lyra, I LOVE her. I can't get that unicorn out of my head. I didn't understand background pony nuts or WAIFU fans before, but oh god, I think I've become one. Or both. So here's a topic about her. Tell me what you think about her, what kind of pony you think she is, post cute pictures of her...anything and everything Lyra!
  22. Well every-pony, here's an opportunity to share some of that kindness and generosity we're all about. Via Bandcamp- "The Covid-19 pandemic is in full force, and artists have been hit especially hard as tours and shows are being canceled for the foreseeable future. With such a major revenue stream drying up almost entirely, finding ways to continue supporting artists in the coming months is now an urgent priority for anyone who cares about music and the artists who create it. The good news is that we’re already seeing many fans going above and beyond to support artists across Bandcamp. To raise even more awareness around the pandemic’s impact on musicians everywhere, we’re waiving our revenue share on sales this Friday, March 20 (from midnight to midnight Pacific Time), and rallying the Bandcamp community to put much needed money directly into artists’ pockets. For many artists, a single day of boosted sales can mean the difference between being able to pay rent or not. Still, we consider this just a starting point. Musicians will continue to feel the effects of lost touring income for many months to come, so we’re also sharing some ideas below on how fans can support the artists they love and how artists can give fans new, creative ways to provide support. It may sound simple, but the best way to help artists is with your direct financial support, and we hope you’ll join us on Friday and through the coming months as we work to support artists in this challenging time. Ethan Diamond Co-Founder & CEO Bandcamp If you’re a fan We recognize that plenty of music fans are also seeing their livelihoods disrupted by this virus, but if you’re lucky enough to be in a position to spare some funds (or find yourself in that position in the coming months), please consider sharing your good fortune by buying music and merchandise directly from artists on Bandcamp. This Friday, March 20th, Bandcamp’s share of sales will also go to the artists and labels you choose to support, and as always, it will reach them in 24-48 hours. If you already have all the music and merchandise you want from your favorite artists, consider discovering new favorites via our editorial publication, Bandcamp Daily — our best-of’s are a great place to start. Bandcamp Discover is another solid way to find new favorites, and browse our inventory of over 800,000 unique physical items, including vinyl, cassettes, and more. You can also send your favorite music and merch to a friend (there’s a “send as gift” option below every item on an album page and in your collection), or give them a Bandcamp gift card and let them make their own selections. Finally, most of the items on Bandcamp have an option to pay more than the asking price, and leave a note for the artist. A tip and words of support are always appreciated, but especially so now."
  23. Hi everyone, this is Woohoo here with another edition of Musical Manslaughter, where you can't spell 'slaughter' without 'laughter' and these songs are jokes. Well, here I go again on my own, posting on the only blog I've ever known. Anyways, in my last entry of MMS, I promised to be much more active here... and so far, I've been doing a pretty crappy job at it. Alright, enough of my rambling. For this edition of MMS, guess where we are going? If you guessed "the past," then have yourselves a cookie. Yep, we're going back to the past to shred a shitty song that sucks ass. Since I started this blog, I feel I have the obligation that for every "modern" song I shredded, I would shred a "classic" song as well. I'm not one of those people who believes all music in the past is perfect and everything modern sucks. In my opinion, every generation had bad music. For this specific song, we're going back to the palindrome year of 1991, a year of desert storms, silent lambs, crumbling empires, and most importantly, the birth of a legend, ME! *sniff sniff* Do you smell something? That smell, a kind of smelly smell, a smelly smell that smells... smelly. No, it's not anchovies, or the salmon in the logo. It's the song I'm shredding today, and the song is... "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana. Oh boy, I can already here the keyboards typing: "how cud u haet dis song!? dis song n nirvna maed rawk gret agin! go bak to the 80s u rtard! >:(" Wow, I've really outdone my self with that comment. Anyways, yes, I officially hate this song now. I used to dig it when I was younger, but the older I got and more times I've listened to it, the less I liked it. Now, I can't stand listening it anymore. Why do I hate the song that supposedly put Seattle on the map as well as saved rock from the 80s? Let's break it down. My first problem with this song is really just a nitpick: the title. Probably the second time in this blog's history that I complained about a song's title, with the first time being my "St. Anger" review. "Smells like Teen Spirit," what kind of title is that? Did they come up that title all by themselves or did they help from manatees. I just don't get it. Unlike "St. Anger," I don't think any of the lyrics in this song correlate to the title at all. Maybe this sets the tone for the rest of the review. Now let's get into the actual song... So the song begins with its recognizable riff, starting off clean but then crescendoing with drums and bass. When I was younger, I kinda liked this riff. It wasn't the greatest riff, but wasn't terrible either. (I'd probably rate it 3.6 out of 5 roentgen.) However, as I got older and my musical taste grew more refined, the less I liked the riff. Often times when I heard this song, I would think, "That sounds pretty familiar..." Until finally, I came to the realization that this is one of the most unoriginal and overused guitar riffs I've ever heard. I mean, where have I not heard this riff before?! Every time I hear this riff, I find myself singing "Louie Louie" or "Wild Thing" or the chorus to "More Than A Feeling." (All of which are better songs IMO.) Granted, all those songs don't use the exact notes and chords, but they're structured very similarly. I know I've rambled on about this riff for an entire paragraph, and frankly I wouldn't have problem with it, if it weren't for all these people claiming this is one of the greatest guitar riffs of all time. Wow, only 15 seconds into this damn song and I'm already angry. *sigh* Better calm down... So after the "Louie-Wild-Feeling" riff-off, we finally reach the lyrics... Load up on guns, bring your friends It's fun to lose and to pretend She's over-bored and self assured Oh no, I know a dirty word Did someone leave the Orb of Confusion on? Because I have absolutely no idea what's going on here! Should I even think about attempting to decipher what's happening here? Can anyone explain what's happening here?! Why am I still asking questions?! WHERE IS MY SUPERSUIT?! *deep breath* Sorry about that. I just hate when song lyrics make absolutely no sense. I have a feeling this song will score really high on "nonsensicality," and not in a good way. Let's move on... Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello, how low Hello, hello, hello *sigh* I never thought I would say this again but... why you gotta be so repetitive? I'm not gonna waste too much time or anger here, mostly because the damn chorus is next! With the lights out, it's less dangerous Here we are now, entertain us I feel stupid, and contagious Here we are now, entertain us A mulatto, an albino, a mosquito, my libido Yeah... hey... yay... *seething* Wow... just fucking wow... Where do I even begin with this chorus!? First off, what the hell is going on here?! Broken lights and... diseases and bugs and... WHY?! These are some of the most random and non-correlating lyrics I've ever heard... and this is coming from someone who likes weird songs like "I Am The Walrus" and "Rock Lobster." I've had this problem when I reviewed "Shape of You" over a year ago, the chorus is too damn long! The chorus by itself is 32 seconds long, but combined with the "Hello, How Low" pre-chorus, it's 47 seconds! This makes the song an absolute slog to sit and listen through. I was going to address this earlier when I was discussing the first verse, but I'll say this right now. Kurt Cobain is, or was, an absolutely terrible singer! Seriously, how does someone with a voice that horrendous become popular?! Most of the time, he's screaming like he's walking barefoot on hot Legos. However my biggest issue is his enunciation, or in this case, his lack thereof. I can't even understand like 80% of the words he's singing. This song is essentially one big mondegreen. (Misheard lyric.) Often times when I hear this song, I sing my own words like "Here we are now, in containers" or "Won the lotto, hell if I know." I swear, he sounds like he's drunk or sick or has marbles in his mouth. It's no wonder Weird Al made a parody poking fun at the fact that many people had a hard time understanding Cobain. Holy shit on a cracker is this song making me angry. I haven't been this level of anger at a song since my "Shake It Off" review, and that's saying something. It drives me bonkers to hear people say how this song as well as the whole Grunge movement supposedly saved rock music from the alleged horror that was "Hair Metal." (Boy do I hate that term, but I still use it anyways.) Say what you want about how overly ridiculous that era of music was, and frankly I have my own gripes with that era, but I think Hair Metal had a lot substance and a helluva lot more style than Grunge. Change my mind! Anyways, back to the regularly scheduled review... I'm worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group has always been And always will until the end This is probably the part of the song that actually makes any sort of sense. I believe this is Kurt admitting that despite being a professional musician, he was pretty terrible at it. He also stated how loyal his bandmates were to him, seeing how they disbanded immediately after his death. Sadly, this is only "highlight" of this song. After another repeat of that fucking slog of a chorus, we reach the guitar solo... except I don't really call it a guitar solo. It's just the vocal melody mimicked on the guitar, and frankly, I hate those kind of "solos." Not only was Kurt a terrible vocalist, he was a lackluster guitarist too. Seriously, why do I keep seeing him ranked in most "top guitarists" lists?! I've seen ten year olds play eons better than him! *sigh* I'm losing my mind right now... but I can't quit now, I'm almost to the end. And I forget just why I taste Oh yeah, I guess it makes me smile-- Y'know what? Fuck it! I don't think I can take this anymore. I'm just going to skip right to the end. After the third slog of the chorus, we get this for an outro! A denial, a denial, A denial, a denial, A denial, a denial, A denial, a denial, A denial... …La-dee-da-da, ba-da-dee-da, and Obama, and Osama, and a llama, and lasagna... Wait, the song is already over? The outro was getting so monotonous that I was adding my own words to it. I swear, this song feels like the "Shake It Off" of 1991. Alright, let's wrap this up. And that was "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana. Do I hate this song? Well, if you asked me years ago, I would've said "nah." Nowadays, hell the fuck yes! Let me break it down for ya. First off, I am not denying the impact that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" made in the history of music. If you like this song, more power to you. Now that I got out of the way, back to my rant. It absolutely astounds me that song like... this has become so popular and iconic and, worst of all, overplayed as fuck for over 28 years. Why? I just don't get it. The lyrics are nonsensical, Kurt's vocals are practically incomprehensible, the music is amateurish at best (although I kinda like Dave Grohl's drumming), I just don't get it. This song makes feel like having an anal evacuation. I bet most of you are thinking that I am just an old man yelling at a cloud. That's bullshit. I'm a 28 year old man yelling at a terrible song. Now for the final score. I haven't seen a score this high in a while. And that concludes this entry of Musical Manslaughter. Once again, if you like this song, that's fine. Frankly, a little part of me wants to enjoy this song again. As for next entry, all I can say is... it's coming out in April. This is Woohoo signing out. Enjoy your Leap Day.
  24. I will play: Man in the Mirror (Michael Jackson) so I can remember that I am a human being who is capable of changing myself and the world. Sweet Victory (Spongebob Squarepants) So I can celebrate me leaving uni forever and be an human capable of anything without restraint Let it Go and Show Yourself (Frozen) To remind myself that there are good people who will love me for who I am I can blast them to the highest volume to show my happiness of being free from any institution and being capable of choosing.
  25. Is it the worlds coolest style? Or the worst ridiculous thing you have ever seen? Also, would you dance like that in public?