• The Worst Thing You Have Heard Someone Say About Music V4
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[QUOTE=Gar~;35681184]Anal Cunt.[/QUOTE] is that supposed to be some sort of counter point because im pretty sure no one listens to AC ironically unless they're gay
No I'm giving an example
The whole ironically buying music is what my mate does, the one I mentioned on the last page. He buys shit like the Final Countdown, the Erasure song from unicorn attack. He then goes on about how many records he has; quality over quantity any day. He only goes to charity shops too, which is the worst place to buy music because it's always shit people didn't want.
[QUOTE=Doozle;35682359]y. He only goes to charity shops too, which is the worst place to buy music because it's always shit people didn't want.[/QUOTE] You can sometimes find some gems in charity shops. My brother randomly bought me a Run DMC 7" from Oxfam a while back.
Yeah sometimes you find something, but most of the time it's crap.
Charity shops are sometimes ok for big 80's synth-pop hits on vinyl (fine by me)
I hate it when a person says "I hate Country" or "I hate rap" or whatever. Every genre has some good/great artists, and to just eliminate an entire genre in one blanket statement is pure ignorance. [QUOTE=cardfan212;35678277]I know music is 100% opinionated, but it really pushes my buttons when I go to play some classic Maiden or Judas Priest or whatever, and my friend walks over, disconnects my iPod, plugs his in, and proceeds to play some crappy Avenged Sevenfold or Bullet for My Valentine. His reason? "If a song is older than me I don't want to hear it."[/QUOTE] Your friend is a schmuck. Avenged Sevenfold has their moments, but they only WISH they could be half as good as some bands that were around before your friend was born... [QUOTE=lil timmy;35683979]Charity shops are sometimes ok for big 80's synth-pop hits on vinyl (fine by me)[/QUOTE] I've also found awesome collections, from someone who either got religion and threw out all their "devil music" or from someone throwing out their kids old records. I agree mostly junk in there, but there has been at least three times I can remember hitting a pretty great motherlode of decent vinyl.
[QUOTE=Gar~;35681745]No I'm giving an example[/QUOTE] I personally find legitimate, non-ironic enjoyment in Anal Cunt genuinely got some well groovin riffs
I kinda agree, I know their stuff is intended to be horrible but some of their songs actually do have some really groovy riffs in it. But stuff like "Your Kid Committed Suicide Because You Suck" is just too funny to not listen to.
Charity shops are great for music where you been looking the deaf charity stores? Heck ive gotten some Gaye from there along with some Kanye west although there is alot of girls aloud singles perhaps god's trying to tell me something
[QUOTE=lil timmy;35683979]Charity shops are sometimes ok for big 80's synth-pop hits on vinyl (fine by me)[/QUOTE] Rarely do I find the good stuff, but when I do I go insane. :)
[QUOTE=cledussnow;35684368]Your friend is a schmuck. Avenged Sevenfold has their moments, but they only WISH they could be half as good as some bands that were around before your friend was born...[/QUOTE] No band creates better music than another band, you just perceive they do because of your personal tastes.
also avenged sevenfold don't have their moments.
I like some Avenged Sevenfold songs.
i own an Avenged Sevenfold CD unironically
[QUOTE=Eluveitie;35693943]No band creates better music than another band, you just perceive they do because of your personal tastes.[/QUOTE] So would you also say that beating a tin can with a rock is not "better than" actually playing a kit? It's just my perception due to personal taste...
Sometimes the beat of a tin can is more appropriate to a situation than a whole kit, yo.
Like when playing a digeridoo, for example.
[QUOTE=cledussnow;35697080]So would you also say that beating a tin can with a rock is not "better than" actually playing a kit? It's just my perception due to personal taste...[/QUOTE] Pretty much. Not many may like it, but someone may.
[QUOTE=Eluveitie;35697440]Pretty much.[/QUOTE] fair enough [QUOTE=Eluveitie;35697440]Not many may like it, but someone may.[/QUOTE] Like Franke_R!?, for example. Cool username. That band kicks much ass!!
[QUOTE=Stizzles;35696533]i own an Avenged Sevenfold CD unironically[/QUOTE] I bought one because it was like £3 and I wanted to check it out, and all the swears were bleeped out. Target marketing.
Absolutely do not get why they censor CD's lol not like its the radio or something I mean that I can understand but on a CD it's just fucking stupid
Because CD's are Lucifer's tool of corruption.
Hey guys, Satan's influence on the kids of today isn't a laughing matter!
I wasn't joking fyi.
[QUOTE=mikeyt493;35698830]Absolutely do not get why they censor CD's lol not like its the radio or something I mean that I can understand but on a CD it's just fucking stupid[/QUOTE] My Marshall Mathers LP copy is weird, it's not sensored anywhere but one song where I think it mentions a politician or something (not like he's sassing anyone else out on the album rofl) "Which is it bitch, Mrs Briggs or Ms Mathers? It doesn't matter...[...] faggot"
I remember being stupid enough to buy a Pantera CD from Wal-Mart a few years ago. It was censored and there was no indication of it being a clean version anywhere on the packaging. Serves me right for buying music at Wal-Mart.
I find that Best Buy is the best place for buying physical music. They have a huge collection of CDs and a fair amount of vinyls. Their prices are also competitive with prices of music downloading services, generally being $10 or less an album.
[QUOTE=cardfan212;35702776]I find that Best Buy is the best place for buying physical music. [/QUOTE] uh what about a record store. that's probably a better place isn't it
Where I live there is only one dedicated record store within 45 minutes of me and their prices are ridiculous. Who's gonna pay $18 for Iron Maiden's Somewhere in Time?
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