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  1. What are some of your favorite song lyrics??? Here are some of mine: Foo Fighters - New Way Home "I'll never tell you the secret I'm holding I know these things must bore you I can't find another way I'll never tell you the secrets i'm holding I love this leash that holds me When I try to run away" Breaking Benjamin - The Diary Of Jane "There's a fine line between love and hate And don't mind, just let me say That I like that, I like that" Radiohead - Airbag "In the next World War In a jackknifed juggernaut I am born again In the neon sign Scrolling up and down I am born again" U2 - Please "September, streets capsizing Spilling over down the drains Shard of glass, splinters like rain But you could only feel your own pain October, talk getting nowhere November, December; remember We just started again" Muse - Knights Of Cydonia "And how can we win When fools can be kings? Don't waste your time Or time will waste you"
  2. So im wondering what would be your theme song be ? :3 mine can be the mario theme song or final fantasy 7 theme song XD
  3. Fairly simply simple idea. Whatever song you listened to last, post a line (or multiple lines if you prefer) from it! You can post the name of the song as well if you wish or you could leave it as a little guessing game for others. I shall begin this operation! "Nominie dei nostri satanas luciferi exelci."
  4. Some things I've always liked to watch from the fandom are Pony Music Videos or PMVs. It involves basically taking a song that may work well with FiM and editing in clips from the show to correspond with the lyrics. I would love to see right here what your favourites are and also, better yet, what song you would like to see made into a PMV. Now, I have no editing skills at all but if anypony is willing to make some based on requests, that'll be great. *Note: I didn't really know where to put this on the forums. I have it here for the moment but if an administrator wants to move it over to somewhere more FiM related, please feel free. * We'll start with some of my favourites: As for songs I would like to see converted into a PMV, I was listening to this one earlier and I think it would it would work really well. Now it's your turn. Post your favourite PMVs right here for us all to listen to, and/or your requests for a song that someone more talented than me can make into a PMV. Enjoy!
  5. 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
  6. Hello everyone. Woohoo here with another entry of Musical Manslaughter, because you can't spell 'slaughter' without 'laughter' and these songs are jokes. Now with my previous entries, I tore apart individual songs. For this entry, I'm doing something different... I mean way different. I'm going to list the ten things in music that I hate. I may love music but there are some things in music that make my face go full on Yellow Diamond. Trying to find only ten things was a bit difficult. Also, these things I hate are in no particular order so you won't see a "ten, nine, eight," etc. Alright, enough of my shuckin' and jivin', here are the 10 things I hate about music... Auto-Tune This one is pretty obvious as almost everyone has torn Auto-Tune a new one. What I hate the most about Auto-Tune is its use... or should I say its misuse. When Auto-Tune first came out in the late 90s, it was mainly used a special effect. Its first notable use was in Cher's 1998 #1 hit "Believe." Nowadays, for the most part, it's used a crutch for "singers" who can't even carry a tune. Another thing I hate is the sound. It sounds so mechanical and unnatural, almost like a robot is singing. Where's the heart? While Auto-Tune might be useful for covering up the occasional vocal mistake, sometimes it makes the mistakes even more noticeable. A big example is Emma Watson's singing in the live action Beauty and the Beast remake. Why are artists and producers so obsessed with everything being pitch-perfect? Do they think the listener would be bothered by a few flat/sharp notes?! I'm not bothered by flats and sharps, but jarring pitch shifts and stuttering do. I don't mind Auto-Tune as an effect, but as a crutch... STOP! Just stop! By the way, if you're looking for someone to blame for Auto-Tune, don't blame Cher. That's like blaming the Wright Brothers for 9/11. Fade-Outs This one is pretty nitpicky but fade-outs are something that's always gotten under my skin. To me, fade-outs are a cop out. They're bland, uncreative, lazy, and they make the songs sound incomplete. It just feels like artists didn't feel like writing a proper outro so they just kept playing while their producer slowly turns down the volume. Another thing I hate is that fade-outs tend to drag on for way too long, which just makes me want to hit the "next song" button on my player. The worst is when a fade-out is used over an amazing guitar solo. Why would you fade out your own work?! These were extremely rampant from the 50s through 2000s. Nowadays, fade-outs have largely... faded away. Songs That Start With The Chorus I couldn't really find a good picture for this one. Another nitpicky one but I hate it when songs start with the chorus. To me, they feel like a quick and sleazy way to get the listener hooked. Personally, I prefer being warmed up with an intro and verse before getting to the chorus. I view the chorus of a song as the cream filling of an Oreo or the Tootsie center of a Tootsie-Pop. Starting the song with the chorus just spoils the song for me. It also makes the chorus much more repetitive (I'll get to that later.) There are only a handful of songs I like that start with the chorus, such as Guns N' Roses' "Paradise City," Cher's "If I Could Turn Back Time," Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls," and a few others. Meanwhile, some of my least favorite songs do this, including Charlie Puth's "Marvin Gaye," Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood, "Wham's "Last Christmas," and the list goes on. Again, this one is very nitpicky. Songs That Run Too Long Before I tear into this one, let me say that I love long songs, but only if they're done right and most of the time, they are. However, there are some songs that are seven, eight, or well over ten minutes long when only half the time is needed. The biggest offenders in my eyes, or should I say ears, are "Hey Jude" by The Beatles, "American Pie" by Don McLean, and "St. Anger" by Metallica. "Hey Jude" starts of promising for the first three minutes, but the last four minutes of relentless "Na-na-na-nas" utterly ruin the song for me. "American Pie" is nothing but verse-chorus-verse-chorus and a slight tempo change for a whopping eight and a half minutes. Boring! With "St. Anger," who knows what Metallica were thinking, especially since they've made some amazing long songs like "And Justice for All" and "The Outlaw Torn." These songs really should be only three, four, or at most five minutes long. In my opinion, the best long songs are the ones they don't feel long and you hope would never end. Some great examples include Rush's "2112," Pink Floyd's "Echoes," Iron Maiden's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and many more. If you're going to make a long song, at least make it interesting. Don't be afraid to be creative. Bad Audio Mixing Have you ever listened to a song and it's so loud that it feels like your eardrums might explode? So you turn it down to a comfortable level only for the next song/part of the song to be so quiet you can barely hear it? How about when the music drowns out the vocals and vice-versa? That's bad mixing and I hate it, especially the ongoing "Loudness War." An infamous example of the Loudness War's effect was Metallica's 2008 album Death Magnetic. A pretty good album but the mix is so loud that it's difficult to hear at a comfortable level. I would have to change volume constantly. Why can't these big time artists and producers mix their goddamn audio right?! Are they that oblivious?! Why am I you asking these questions?! *sigh* Time to move on... Songs With "Featured" Artists I don't really mind having another singer or musician in your song, but lately it's getting on my nerves. Some recent examples of this include "Baby" by Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris, "Bad Blood" by Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar, "Right Round" by Flo Rida featuring Ke$ha, and "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry featuring Juicy J. What bothers me the most about this is it just feels like a commercial for the featured artist. They're usually there for less than a minute, sometimes a bit more, and they're done. It almost feels like they're featured just for a paycheck... wait. Another thing is they're not given a whole lot of time to shine. Why have them in your song if you're not going to fully utilize their talent? They really should be called "sponsored" instead of "featured." Once again, I don't mind this. It has been done right before, such as "Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie. At least Bowie wasn't treated like a background singer and shared roughly the same amount of lead vocals as Freddie Mercury. But these recent examples just make me shake my head... and not in a good way. Annoying Vocalizations This thing I hate is pretty layered so let me break it down for you... 1. Non-lexical vocables: If you don't know what these are, they are nonsense syllables like "la-las," "na-nas," "doot-dos," "whoa-ohs," "hey-heys," "yeah-yeahs," etc. Except for very few instances, I've always hated these; they're so ridiculous and stupid. I always cringe if they're used as legitimate lyrics, such as "Hey Jude" and "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye." Blech! How about using some actual words! 2. Elongating Words: Whatever you call this. This one's nitpicky but I hate when a single word is stretched out to fill a measure. One big example of this that pisses me off is... say it with me now... "AND IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOOOOOOOOOOU." -Whitney Houston ...And I will always loathe that song because of that. There's nothing impressive about elongating the letter I. You're just destroying your vocal chords. I also hate when singers "stutter" words to fill a measure, such as Katy Perry's "E.T." and Rihanna's "This Is What You Came For." It just makes my vocal cords crawl. 3. Poor Enunciation: This pisses me off the most. I absolutely hate not being able to understand the words of a song. I've heard enunciations so poor that they sound like a different language. Some of the worst 'enunciators' in my opinion are Ariana Grande, Sia, Vince Neil, and Kurt Cobain. Why be a singer if we can't even understand what the fuck you're singing?! Other vocalizations that annoy me include too much vibrato, over and under-singing, and overly nasally voices. Love Songs Aside from a very, VERY, VERY select few, I... really... hate... love songs! I can say, without a doubt, that love is the most oversung topic in the history of music. Most love songs to me are just "I love you, you love me," mixed in with some pathetically cheesy lines, overused rhymes like girl/world and fire/desire, all laid on top of some slow and sappy melody and beat. I also feel the same way with sex songs and breakup songs. Why the hell can't you sing about something else?! There's a whole lot more to life than love! Then again, maybe I just hate love songs because I'm forever alone. Every time I hear a love song, I feel ridiculed for being single... Incessant Overplaying Of Popular Songs Do you ever get annoyed with hearing the same old songs everyday? I sure as hell am! In the spoiler below is a short list of what I consider to be the most overplayed songs ever... OK, it's not really a short list but you get the idea. I don't hate all of these songs but some I've heard so many times that hearing even the slightest note makes my face contort with annoyance. Why do radio stations insist on constantly playing the same old songs? Because they're popular? It's like they think they're the only songs ever made! Have they ever heard of variety?! There's a whole lot more to these artists than just their hits. It's not just on radio, but in TV shows, commercials, movies, video games, and other media. Like I said earlier, I don't hate all the songs I listed, but there is one song in particular that I absolutely loathe because of its incessant overplaying. If you haven't already guessed, it's Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off." When that song was released, I could not escape it. Everywhere I went, I heard that abomination of a song. Hell, I remember one day in November 2014 where I heard it playing on five different stations at almost the exact same time! For the love of all that everything in this universe, play something else! I don't care if it's #1 on the charts, PLAY... SOMETHING... ELSE!! That's... just... what's the word I'm thinking of? Oh yeah... Rampant Repetition Out of all the things I hate in music, this one angers me the most. I'm fully aware music is built on repetition, but there are some songs, especially recently, that are so goddamn repetitive! Some recent examples include Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," Justin Bieber's "Baby," and Carly Rae Jepsen's "I Really Like You." These three songs have one thing in common, they repeat a single word in their title over 50 FUCKIN' TIMES! Many artists are guilty of this, not just today's, but music legends have done this as well. You wanna know how many "na-na-nas" are in "Hey Jude?" 162! What were they thinking?! Sometimes it's not just single words or vocables that are overly repeated, but entire verses and chorus, too. I especially hate it when the chorus is overly repeated at the end of the song. Do I really need to give an example of this? It's almost as worse as a fade-out. It just makes me wonder, do they really think that the more they repeat something, the catchier it'll be? I guess we may never know. In my opinion, there is a very fine line between "catchy" and "annoying" and most songs either just cross it or obliterate it. I would rant more about repetition, but then I'd be just repeating myself. And those are the 10 things I hate about music. This is a blog I've wanted to make for a while but didn't have the inspiration... which I finally got when I watched TJ Kirk's "21 Things I Hate About Movies" video. What are things in music that you hate? Leave a comment down below. This is Woohoo, signing off.
  7. 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.
  8. 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. Oh and good old Irish rebel songs.
  9. I organized my CD collection today, which is over 600. They are in boxes in my shed, as is usual for my collections. I had some thoughts about it. It is mostly Euro style heavy metal, with just a few other things. I like special editions and imports. Usually, the Japanese prints have bonus tracks. So there are a lot of CDs where I have multiple copies of the same album. I might have a US, Japanese, Korean, or Russian copy. I think Iron Maiden is the biggest part of my collection, with over 50 CDs. I have an album from Dragon Lord that I ordered from Germany. I was scouring the internet for a couple years looking for that album, and found it in the inventory of some store in Germany. There is a band called Aethra which does not have a label. But they self published an album and made 300 copies. I got a personalized autographed copy. That's my proudest CD. I have every Gwar album. Last year I got a back stage pass to see them. I got all their autographs. I like going to concerts and getting autographs. Most of my collection comes from Napalm Records or Nuclear Blast. They have special box sets and LPs. I'm a sucker for special edition stuff. Why do bands make live albums? Some of the live albums I have are pretty good, but for the most part I'd rather listen to the studio version. Maybe some day I will lay everything out and take pictures. That's about all the rambling I have for now.
  10. Sort of wish the guy was still alive. Felt there was too little i knew of him. .Except that he had a really sad history growing up and what probably led him to make those songs probably. Talented guy though.
  11. Not sure if you like Rap or Country.. But i usually aint fan of it. Either it is just music about "non catchy talks, or its obnoxious loud singing with some hawaaian music in the background" oh dear. But only two bands i like because its legit good and its not bad. DMX and Josh Turner. What about you?
  12. What is your view on them. For me i love them. This one for example XD
  13. In this ongoing world of technological advancements, many are seeking to add more convenience to their lives, and one of these many conveniences is the combination of the wireless headphone set and the earbud headphone set. This marriage of the two items has resulted in some mixed results as the wireless earbuds. Perhaps the most famous or infamous of these two being Apple's "Airpods". Which controversially are perhaps some of the worst wireless earbuds on the market price, quality and environment wise, however people still flock to this convenience. What is your stance on this trend? Will the Wireless earbud take over, or will it fall flat? The positives of Wireless Earbuds: Small, good for working out. Wireless charging cases, meaning exceptional battery life (Outside of Apple's airpods which apparently degrade in battery quality quickly) No cords means the most prominent problem with earbuds breaking does not exist. (often times, they break solely because the cable is damaged) The negatives: Very expensive. While Apple's are overpriced starting at $140 USD, you can actually find alternatives for as low as $50, but this is still a fair significant margin higher than standard wired earbuds. Difficult to repair. Easy to lose.
  14. Here's how it goes. The user above you posts two bands/musicians/ artists. You must choose one. And then you post your own two picks for the user after you. For example, if somepony posted Ozzy Osborne or Ronnie James Dio, I'd pick Dio. Now it's your turn. Iron Maiden or Judas Priest?
  15. 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!
  16. The legend that gave us Tutti Frutti, Good Golly Miss Molly, Long Tall Sally, and The Magic School Bus theme song is dead at 87. I said earlier that i was wanting 2020 to be over, this is one of the reasons why.
  17. 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
  18. Think its a good satire song. What do you think?
  19. In my opinion, during (what I think is) the right time, Christmas music is a wonderful thing. It feels super nice to listen to, and I like the lyrics and melody to many of the songs. They're so jolly, unlike the normal music that you would hear on the radio for most of the year. When do you start to listen to it? I like to listen to it as soon as November starts. Halloween is over, and (I'm American) Thanksgiving isn't a huge enough holiday to have large priority over Christmas, so why not. Anywhere earlier though I find pretty questionable.
  20. So, what are your favourite songs from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? Mine are Art of the Dress and Winter Wrap Up, two great little songs.
  21. Title says it all. Here's how I currently feel:
  22. What the title says. ^^ What is a song you are sure you are the only person here that has heard it.
  23. I was listening to King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Infest the Rat's Nest and wondered, were there more metal albums released by non metal artists? (I mean artists that were not known for doing metal stuff by the time) And when I say metal, I mean undoubtly metal stuff. The more drastic change the artist made, the better. King Gizzard's release was pretty surprising and they have shown versatility, but they were capable of being so heavy before. (Nonagon Infinity, Murder of the Universe etc.) Can you name some examples?
  24. What are your thoughts on Death Metal? What would your favorite band be?
  25. 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.