History CowboyBebopAtHisComputer / Music

11th Mar '16 8:17:39 AM erforce
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The Partners in Kryme performed a ThemeTuneRap for the first ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' movie. Apparently they were not familiar with the franchise, because their song labeled Raphael as the leader of the Turtles, when everyone who's so much as heard the theme song knows that position is actually Leonardo's.

to:

* The Partners in Kryme performed a ThemeTuneRap for the first ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' movie.''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1990''. Apparently they were not familiar with the franchise, because their song labeled Raphael as the leader of the Turtles, when everyone who's so much as heard the theme song knows that position is actually Leonardo's.
5th Mar '16 3:54:43 PM rjd1922
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Breaking news: Chris Brown has decided to take a page from [[Webcomic/{{Sonichu}} Chris-chan]] and try to regain his fame and attract girls with a special medallion close to his heart. No, it's not an OC, but a Kirby medallion. [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1300633/Chris-Brown-desperately-seeks-attention-pink-cat-necklace.html This is the Daily Mail's article on it]]. Apparently, Kirby is a cat Pokemon. The confusion is slightly understandable to a layperson: Kirby, for all intents and purposes, looks like he could be a Pokemon and is owned by Nintendo. So a connection was made by the dimwitted writers. But a cat? In the medallion, he's holding up his arms, which to a stupid person glancing at the picture, looks like cat ears. Sort of kinda not really.

to:

** Breaking news: Chris Brown has decided to take a page from [[Webcomic/{{Sonichu}} Chris-chan]] and try to regain his fame and attract girls with a special medallion close to his heart. No, it's not an OC, but a Kirby Franchise/{{Kirby}} medallion. [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1300633/Chris-Brown-desperately-seeks-attention-pink-cat-necklace.html This is the Daily Mail's article on it]]. Apparently, Kirby is a cat Pokemon. Pokémon. The confusion is slightly understandable to a layperson: Kirby, for all intents and purposes, looks like he could be a Pokemon Pokémon and is owned by Nintendo. So a connection was made by the dimwitted writers. But a cat? In the medallion, he's holding up his arms, which to a stupid person glancing at the picture, looks like cat ears. Sort of kinda not really.
14th Feb '16 4:25:14 PM LongLiveRock
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Andy Gibb is often said to have been a member of the Bee Gees, actually he was the younger brother of the three main members of the Bee Gees and worked as a solo artist.
28th Jan '16 6:41:52 AM bt8257
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* As if its actual musical credentials weren't already questionable, ''Magazine/RollingStone'' created a bunch of confusion by claiming that Outkast's "Hey Ya" was in 11/4, an almost unheard-of time signature for a mainstream pop song. The more plausible interpretation (endorsed by TheOtherWiki and other web sources) is that it's in [[CommonTime 4/4]] with occasional bars in 2/4. ''Rolling Stone'' probably got this wrong by counting the fourths in the verse - giving 22 (4x5+2) and then dividing by two (for no apparent reason).

to:

* As if its actual musical credentials weren't already questionable, ''Magazine/RollingStone'' created a bunch of confusion by claiming that Outkast's Music/{{Outkast}}'s "Hey Ya" was in 11/4, an almost unheard-of time signature for a mainstream pop song. The more plausible interpretation (endorsed by TheOtherWiki and other web sources) is that it's in [[CommonTime 4/4]] with occasional bars in 2/4. ''Rolling Stone'' probably got this wrong by counting the fourths in the verse - giving 22 (4x5+2) and then dividing by two (for no apparent reason).



* The artist that appears to suffer from this trope most consistently is Music/WeirdAlYankovic. A huge amount of humourous music, especially music available for download on [=P2P=] services, is misattributed to him. This is something of a sore spot with the artist. He has gone on record saying that he doesn't mind people sharing his music; but strongly dislikes the misattribution, mainly due to the lyrical content. Although a frequent user of DoubleEntendre, he still makes an effort to keep his work family-friendly. Interestingly, the majority of the mislabled songs are the work of another, almost as well-known, parody musician, Bob Rivers and his Twisted Radio show. Rivers' work is decidedly less family-friendly than Weird Al's, and often includes profanity and sexual references.

to:

* The artist that appears to suffer from this trope most consistently is Music/WeirdAlYankovic. A huge amount of humourous funny music, especially music available for download on [=P2P=] services, is misattributed to him. This is something of a sore spot with the artist. He has gone on record saying that he doesn't mind people sharing his music; but strongly dislikes the misattribution, mainly due to the lyrical content. Although a frequent user of DoubleEntendre, he still makes an effort to keep his work family-friendly. Interestingly, the majority of the mislabled mislabeled songs are the work of another, almost as well-known, parody musician, Bob Rivers and his Twisted Radio show. Rivers' work is decidedly less family-friendly than Weird Al's, and often includes profanity and sexual references.



*** Also, there are a number of people who believe "You Don't Love Me Anymore" is a parody of Extreme's "More than Words". The ''video'' is a parody of the video for said song, but the songs themselves are nothing alike.

to:

*** Also, there are a number of people who believe "You Don't Love Me Anymore" is a parody of Extreme's "More than Than Words". The ''video'' is a parody of the video for said song, but the songs themselves are nothing alike.



** A passing mention that the band Music/CamperVanBeethoven had recorded a cover of "Music/PinkFloyd's classic "[[Music/LedZeppelin Stairway to Heaven]]". The passage refers to the band's "Stairway To Heavan (Sic)", but it seems that the author didn't even listen to or look up the copyright information on that song - its an original instrumental that isn't even a cover of the Led Zeppelin song they incorrectly attribute to the Floyd.

to:

** A passing mention that the band Music/CamperVanBeethoven had recorded a cover of "Music/PinkFloyd's classic "[[Music/LedZeppelin Stairway to Heaven]]". The passage refers to the band's "Stairway To Heavan (Sic)", to [[YouMakeMeSic Heavan]]", but it seems that the author didn't even listen to or look up the copyright information on that song - its an original instrumental that isn't even a cover of the Led Zeppelin song they incorrectly attribute to the Floyd.



** There was a mention that Dischord Records was founded in 1970 (ten years before it actually was) that can be attributed as a typo, but listing Music/NeutralMilkHotel's ''In The Aeroplane Over The Sea'' as being released in 2003 rather than 1998 has no excuse.

to:

** There was a mention that Dischord Records was founded in 1970 (ten years before it actually was) that can be attributed as a typo, but listing Music/NeutralMilkHotel's ''In The the Aeroplane Over The the Sea'' as being released in 2003 rather than 1998 has no excuse.



** The sentence "The Music/NineInchNails won a Grammy for their cover of Music/JohnnyCash's classic song 'Hurt'". It was their song to begin with, ''Cash's'' version was the cover. Of course, since the release of Cash's cover in 2002, [[CoveredUp this has been an]] [[NewerThanTheyThink astonishingly common mistake]] by media types. Nine Inch Nails never received a Grammy for the song either.

to:

** The sentence "The Music/NineInchNails won a Grammy for their cover of Music/JohnnyCash's classic song 'Hurt'". It was their song to begin with, ''Cash's'' version was the cover. Of course, since the release of Cash's cover in 2002, [[CoveredUp this has been an]] [[NewerThanTheyThink astonishingly common mistake]] by media types. types, which probably hasn't been helped by the fact that Trent Reznor said this about Cash's version: "I pop the video in, and wow... Tears welling, silence, goose-bumps... Wow. [I felt like] [[BetterThanCanon I just lost my girlfriend, because that song isn't mine anymore]]... It really made me think about how powerful music is as a medium and art form. I wrote some words and music in my bedroom as a way of staying sane, about a bleak and desperate place I was in, totally isolated and alone. [Somehow] that winds up reinterpreted by a music legend from a radically different era/genre and still retains sincerity and meaning different, but every bit as pure." Nine Inch Nails never received a Grammy for the song either.



* Sound collage group Music/{{Negativland}} pulled off a media stunt, effectively lampshading this trope. The Bay Area band self-released a falsified news article based around the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Brom David Brom]] murders, in which the 16 year old boy was convicted of murdering his family with {{an axe|to grind}}. Negativland released a report that stated, in essence, "Negativland has been forced to cancel a planned tour because their song 'Christianity Is Stupid' is suspected of being a catalyst in inspiring the David Brom murders." In truth, David Brom had likely never even heard of "Christianity Is Stupid", but within months the story was in newspapers across the country, and was even made into a special report on a Californian news station. They were forced to cancel their tour for external reasons: They simply could not allocate the money necessary to provide for a full tour. This "report" was spread with absolutely no fact-checking or research; [[https://thedailywrazz.wordpress.com/tag/joe-brom/ The entire debacle]] can be promptly heard in an odd, documented form on a Negativland album, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/helterstupid Helter Stupid]]''.

to:

* Sound collage group Music/{{Negativland}} pulled off a media stunt, effectively lampshading this trope. The Bay Area band self-released a falsified news article based around the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Brom David Brom]] murders, in which the 16 year old boy was convicted of murdering his family with {{an axe|to grind}}.axe|ToGrind}}. Negativland released a report that stated, in essence, "Negativland has been forced to cancel a planned tour because their song 'Christianity Is Stupid' is suspected of being a catalyst in inspiring the David Brom murders." In truth, David Brom had likely never even heard of "Christianity Is Stupid", but within months the story was in newspapers across the country, and was even made into a special report on a Californian news station. They were forced to cancel their tour for external reasons: They simply could not allocate the money necessary to provide for a full tour. This "report" was spread with absolutely no fact-checking or research; [[https://thedailywrazz.wordpress.com/tag/joe-brom/ The entire debacle]] can be promptly heard in an odd, documented form on a Negativland album, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/helterstupid Helter Stupid]]''.



** Richard Wright even said, "it sounds like a weak joke, but itused to be a fairly common question."

to:

** Richard Wright even said, "it sounds like a weak joke, but itused it used to be a fairly common question."



* Music/ChrisBrown has been known for his R&B music and singing. After he had [[WouldHitAGirl that incident with Rihanna]], news reporters kept referring to him as a [[UnfortunateImplications "rapper"]].

to:

* Music/ChrisBrown has been known for his R&B music and singing. After he had [[WouldHitAGirl that incident with beat the hell out of Rihanna]], news reporters kept referring to him as a [[UnfortunateImplications "rapper"]].



** The only rapper who Lu has actually dissed is Music/SouljaBoy, by doing a subtle TakeThat of Crank That! and while at a concert referring to Soulja Boy as "a retarded cousin" while speaking of Hip-Hop like a big family.

to:

** The only rapper who Lu has actually dissed is Music/SouljaBoy, by doing a subtle TakeThat of Crank That! and while at a concert referring to Soulja Boy him as "a retarded cousin" while speaking of Hip-Hop like a big family.
28th Jan '16 6:06:19 AM bt8257
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Sound collage group Music/{{Negativland}} pulled off a media stunt, effectively lampshading this trope. The Bay Area band self-released a falsified news article based around the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Brom David Brom]] murders, in which the 16 year old boy was convicted of murdering his family with an axe. Negativland released a report that stated, in essence, "Negativland has been forced to cancel a planned tour because their song 'Christianity Is Stupid' is suspected of being a catalyst in inspiring the David Brom murders." In truth, David Brom had likely never even heard of "Christianity Is Stupid", but within months the story was in newspapers across the country, and was even made into a special report on a Californian news station. They were forced to cancel their tour for external reasons: They simply could not allocate the money necessary to provide for a full tour. This "report" was spread with absolutely no fact-checking or research; [[https://thedailywrazz.wordpress.com/tag/joe-brom/ The entire debacle]] can be promptly heard in an odd, documented form on a Negativland album, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/helterstupid Helter Stupid]]''.

to:

* Sound collage group Music/{{Negativland}} pulled off a media stunt, effectively lampshading this trope. The Bay Area band self-released a falsified news article based around the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Brom David Brom]] murders, in which the 16 year old boy was convicted of murdering his family with an axe.{{an axe|to grind}}. Negativland released a report that stated, in essence, "Negativland has been forced to cancel a planned tour because their song 'Christianity Is Stupid' is suspected of being a catalyst in inspiring the David Brom murders." In truth, David Brom had likely never even heard of "Christianity Is Stupid", but within months the story was in newspapers across the country, and was even made into a special report on a Californian news station. They were forced to cancel their tour for external reasons: They simply could not allocate the money necessary to provide for a full tour. This "report" was spread with absolutely no fact-checking or research; [[https://thedailywrazz.wordpress.com/tag/joe-brom/ The entire debacle]] can be promptly heard in an odd, documented form on a Negativland album, ''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/helterstupid Helter Stupid]]''.



** According to David Gilmour, this was actually something that producer-types frequently asked.
* [[http://bit.ly/626gax This article]] about a concert of former Music/IronMaiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno uses a picture of his sucessor/current singer, Music/BruceDickinson.

to:

** According Richard Wright even said, "it sounds like a weak joke, but itused to David Gilmour, this was actually something that producer-types frequently asked.
be a fairly common question."
* [[http://bit.ly/626gax This article]] about a concert of former Music/IronMaiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno uses a picture of his sucessor/current successor/current singer, Music/BruceDickinson.



* Music/DavidBowie's groundbreaking 'Berlin Trilogy' (comprised of ''Music/Low'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'' and ''Music/{{Lodger}}'') is often referred to as being produced by Music/BrianEno. While all parties involved have noted Brian Eno's huge influence on the records, the fact is that the actual ''production'' was down to Tony Visconti (one of Bowie's most frequent and acclaimed producers). Tony Visconti himself has complained about how critics can't seem to be bothered to read sleeve notes which quite clearly state 'Produced by Tony Visconti & David Bowie'.
** Music/DavidBowie's NSFW video for "The Next Day" in 2013 warped Catholic imagery to grotesque, ultimately tongue-in-cheek ends. This made headlines in England as MoralGuardians were agog, and a former Archbishop of Canterbury said "I doubt that Bowie would have the courage to use Islamic imagery -- I very much doubt it." Actually, Bowie did that in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOaqDEjxQAU "Loving the Alien"]], a safe-for-work video for a song ''specifically about'' Christianity and Islam and the conflicts therein, in '''1985'''...with not a peep raised in the press.

to:

* Music/DavidBowie's groundbreaking 'Berlin Trilogy' (comprised of ''Music/Low'', ''Music/{{Low}}'', ''Music/{{Heroes}}'' and ''Music/{{Lodger}}'') is often referred to as being produced by Music/BrianEno. While all parties involved have noted Brian Eno's huge influence on the records, the fact is that the actual ''production'' was down to Tony Visconti (one of Bowie's most frequent and acclaimed producers). Tony Visconti himself has complained about how critics can't seem to be bothered to read sleeve notes which quite clearly state 'Produced by Tony Visconti & David Bowie'.
** Music/DavidBowie's NSFW video for "The Next Day" in 2013 warped Catholic imagery to grotesque, ultimately tongue-in-cheek ends. This made headlines in England as MoralGuardians were agog, and a former Archbishop of Canterbury said "I doubt that Bowie would have the courage to use Islamic imagery -- I very much doubt it." Actually, Bowie did that in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOaqDEjxQAU "Loving the Alien"]], a safe-for-work video for a song ''specifically about'' Christianity and Islam and the conflicts therein, in '''1985'''...with not a peep raised in the press.



* Contrary to popular belief, Music/BarryManilow does not write the songs that make the whole world sing. That would be the spirit of Music, not Manilow himself. In fact, the very last line of the song is "I am Music, and I write the songs." As Manilow is constantly at great pains to point out, ''he didn't even write that song''; [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Johnston Bruce Johnston]] did.

to:

* Contrary to popular belief, Music/BarryManilow does not write the songs that make the whole world sing. That would be the spirit of Music, not Manilow himself. In fact, the very last line of the song is "I am Music, and I write the songs." As Manilow is constantly at great pains to point out, ''he didn't even write that song''; [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Johnston Bruce Bruce]] [[Music/TheBeachBoys Johnston]] did.



** And while Manilow did indeed work as a jingle writer for commercials back in the early [[TheSeventies seventies]] (he wrote the "Like A Good Neighbor" jingle for State Farm Insurance, among others, and is the TropeMaker for StuckOnBandaidBrand), he is adamant about the fact that he ''absolutely did not'' write the famous "You Deserve A Break Today" [=McDonald's=] commercial; he only sang the vocal on it. Journalists who failed to research are constantly claiming otherwise.

to:

** And while Manilow did indeed work as a jingle writer for commercials back in the early [[TheSeventies seventies]] (he wrote the "Like A Good Neighbor" jingle for State Farm Insurance, among others, and is the TropeMaker for StuckOnBandaidBrand), StuckOnBandAidBrand), he is adamant about the fact that he ''absolutely did not'' write the famous "You Deserve A Break Today" [=McDonald's=] commercial; he only sang the vocal on it. Journalists who failed to research are constantly claiming otherwise.



* Manchester band Music/{{The Smiths}} used an image of actor Joe Dallesandro in a cropped still from the 1968 film Flesh, directed by Paul Morrissey, for the cover of their debut album, ''[[Music/TheSmithsAlbum The Smiths]]'' in 1984. A few months later, on an appearance for kids TV show Data Run by the band's songwriting duo (Steven Patrick) Morrissey and Johnny Marr, singer Morrissey was wrongly credited as 'Paul Morressey', which is even an incorrect spelling of the director's surname.
* [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18896_10-mind-blowing-easter-eggs-hidden-in-famous-albums.html Cracked]] refers to Richard D. James as "the founder and sole member of alternative rock band Music/AphexTwin". While they are correct that Aphex Twin one person, he is not considered a "band" and his music is neither alternative rock nor any sort of rock; he makes electronic ambient music.

to:

* Manchester band Music/{{The Smiths}} Music/TheSmiths used an image of actor Joe Dallesandro in a cropped still from the 1968 film Flesh, directed by Paul Morrissey, for the cover of their debut album, ''[[Music/TheSmithsAlbum The Smiths]]'' in 1984. A few months later, on an appearance for kids TV show Data Run by the band's songwriting duo (Steven Patrick) Morrissey and Johnny Marr, singer Morrissey was wrongly credited as 'Paul Morressey', which is even an incorrect spelling of the director's surname.
* [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18896_10-mind-blowing-easter-eggs-hidden-in-famous-albums.html Cracked]] refers to Richard D. James as "the founder and sole member of alternative rock band Music/AphexTwin". While they are correct that Aphex Twin is one person, he is not considered a "band" and his music is neither alternative rock nor any sort of rock; he makes electronic ambient music.



* Way back in 1976, a great many newspapers across the globe (but especially in the UK for some reason) came across Music/{{Rush}}'s breakthrough album, ''2112'', wherein the entirety of side one was taken up by a 7-movement piece with a runtime of 20 minutes, 33 seconds, about an oppressive dictatorship run by the Priests of the Temples of Syrinx called the Solar Federation well after humankind has left the world destroying the spirits of a young guitar prodigy, with a clear moral about individualism vs. uniformity and totalitarianism. The original pressings featured liner notes with an acknowledgement of Creator/AynRand, whose work inspired the story heavily. The tabloids began running with this, calling Rush (and especially drummer/lyricist Neil Peart) everything from right-wing to fascists to ''Nazis''. If they'd just asked the band, they would find that not only is singer/bassist Geddy Lee (birthname Gary Lee Weinrib) Jewish... his parents were both ''Holocaust survivors''. Later vinyl pressings and CD releases removed this credit from the liner notes to avoid stirring up further controversy.

to:

* Way back in 1976, a great many newspapers across the globe (but especially in the UK for some reason) came across Music/{{Rush}}'s breakthrough album, ''2112'', wherein the entirety of side one was taken up by a 7-movement piece with a runtime of 20 minutes, 33 seconds, about an oppressive dictatorship run by the Priests of the Temples of Syrinx called the Solar Federation well after humankind has left the world destroying the spirits of a young guitar prodigy, with a clear moral about individualism vs. uniformity and totalitarianism. The original pressings featured liner notes with an acknowledgement of Creator/AynRand, whose work inspired the story heavily. The tabloids began running with this, calling Rush (and especially drummer/lyricist Neil Peart) everything from right-wing to fascists to ''Nazis''. If they'd just asked the band, they would find that not only is singer/bassist Geddy Lee (birthname (birth-name Gary Lee Weinrib) Jewish... his parents were both ''Holocaust survivors''. Later vinyl pressings and CD releases removed this credit from the liner notes to avoid stirring up further controversy.



* [[https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130314160718AA6TbQj This]] question [[PoesLaw may or may not]] have been asked in jest, but apparently quite a few Beliebers honestly thought that {{Music/Queen}} ''copied Justin Bieber'' by having a song called "Somebody to Love". Forget that Queen has been around longer than Justin Bieber's entire life and that the song is from the 70's and therefore if anyone copied anyone it's Bieber, and forget that, despite sharing a title, the two songs are ''nothing alike''.

to:

* [[https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130314160718AA6TbQj This]] question [[PoesLaw may or may not]] have been asked in jest, but apparently quite a few Beliebers honestly thought that {{Music/Queen}} Music/{{Queen}} ''copied Justin Bieber'' by having a song called "Somebody to Love". Forget that Queen has been around longer than Justin Bieber's entire life ''entire life'' and that the song is from the 70's '70s and therefore if anyone copied anyone it's Bieber, and forget that, despite sharing a title, the two songs are ''nothing alike''.



* During the Revolver Golden Gods Awards, a HeavyMetal awards show, Zakk Wylde played his song "In This River" while a montage dedicated to deceased musicians was projected onstage... Except strangely, the late {{Music/Warrant}} vocalist Jani Lane was listed as being a member of {{Music/Motorhead}}. The flub was apparently a case of bad graphic editing, not bad research - Würzel, who actually ''was'' a Motörhead member, was also included in the montage, so presumably someone was working off a default template for the image captions, and forgot to replace "Motörhead" with "Warrant".

to:

* During the Revolver Golden Gods Awards, a HeavyMetal awards show, Zakk Wylde played his song "In This River" while a montage dedicated to deceased musicians was projected onstage... Except strangely, the late {{Music/Warrant}} Music/{{Warrant}} vocalist Jani Lane was listed as being a member of {{Music/Motorhead}}.Music/{{Motorhead}}. The flub was apparently a case of bad graphic editing, not bad research - Würzel, who actually ''was'' a Motörhead member, was also included in the montage, so presumably someone was working off a default template for the image captions, and forgot to replace "Motörhead" with "Warrant".



** Lennon's assassination occurred nearly 15 years after that episode; if it were God's vengeance, one would expect it to be rather more prompt than that.

to:

** Lennon's assassination occurred nearly 15 years after that episode; if it were God's vengeance, one would expect it to be rather much more prompt than that.



* Virtually every {{Reggae}} song in existence [[MisattributedSong has been attributed to]] Music/BobMarley, usually by idiots who don't know any other musician in that genre.

to:

* Virtually every {{Reggae}} song in existence [[MisattributedSong has been attributed misattributed to]] Music/BobMarley, usually by idiots who don't know any other musician in that genre.



* When {{Music/Survivor}} vocalist Jimi Jamison died in 2014, a number of media reports described him as the vocalist on the band's #1 hit "Eye Of the Tiger" from 1982. Dave Bickler was the vocalist on that song; Jamison wouldn't join Survivor for another two years.

to:

* When {{Music/Survivor}} vocalist Jimi Jamison died in 2014, a number of media reports described him as the vocalist on the band's #1 hit "Eye Of of the Tiger" from 1982. Dave Bickler was the vocalist on that song; Jamison wouldn't join Survivor for another two years.
2nd Jan '16 6:32:06 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Australian newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald did an article that quoted the lead singer of Australian rock band ShortStack, Shaun. Unfortunately, not only did they get his age wrong, the picture accompanying the quote was actually of another band member, Andy. Oops.

to:

* Australian newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald did an article that quoted the lead singer of Australian rock band ShortStack, Music/ShortStack, Shaun. Unfortunately, not only did they get his age wrong, the picture accompanying the quote was actually of another band member, Andy. Oops.
23rd Dec '15 3:05:29 PM Manafichu
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* A CD collection entitled 70 Years of Broadway includes the song Theme from New York, New York instead of the song with the same name from On the Town.
10th Dec '15 12:21:58 PM FF32
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Series/KidsInTheHall'' theme song creators "Shadowy Men from a Shadowy Planet" are often referred to as a "surf band". Hence, their song "We Are Not A Surf Band".

to:

* ''Series/KidsInTheHall'' ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' theme song creators "Shadowy Men from a Shadowy Planet" are often referred to as a "surf band". Hence, their song "We Are Not A Surf Band".
9th Dec '15 2:43:51 PM FF32
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Breaking news: Chris Brown has decided to take a page from [[{{Sonichu}} Chris-chan]] and try to regain his fame and attract girls with a special medallion close to his heart. No, it's not an OC, but a Kirby medallion. [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1300633/Chris-Brown-desperately-seeks-attention-pink-cat-necklace.html This is the Daily Mail's article on it]]. Apparently, Kirby is a cat Pokemon. The confusion is slightly understandable to a layperson: Kirby, for all intents and purposes, looks like he could be a Pokemon and is owned by Nintendo. So a connection was made by the dimwitted writers. But a cat? In the medallion, he's holding up his arms, which to a stupid person glancing at the picture, looks like cat ears. Sort of kinda not really.

to:

** Breaking news: Chris Brown has decided to take a page from [[{{Sonichu}} [[Webcomic/{{Sonichu}} Chris-chan]] and try to regain his fame and attract girls with a special medallion close to his heart. No, it's not an OC, but a Kirby medallion. [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1300633/Chris-Brown-desperately-seeks-attention-pink-cat-necklace.html This is the Daily Mail's article on it]]. Apparently, Kirby is a cat Pokemon. The confusion is slightly understandable to a layperson: Kirby, for all intents and purposes, looks like he could be a Pokemon and is owned by Nintendo. So a connection was made by the dimwitted writers. But a cat? In the medallion, he's holding up his arms, which to a stupid person glancing at the picture, looks like cat ears. Sort of kinda not really.
2nd Dec '15 7:59:47 AM Kombucha
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Also, Music/MarilynManson is the name of the ''band''. Not its frontman (it isn't even his stage name).
This list shows the last 10 events of 232. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=CowboyBebopAtHisComputer.Music