History DethroningMoment / Music

21st Nov '16 6:15:22 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* Tropers/[=IAmNotAFunguy=]: The music video for Beyonce's song "Formation" is one that puts me over the edge as someone with a profound support of law enforcement. The video shows Beyonce sitting on top of a half-submerged police car, and at one point shows a young black man pointing a gun at sever officers while their hands are up and they are standing against a wall with graffiti reading "Stop shooting us!" This song and video was a response to incidents where young black males like Michael Brown and Tamir Rice were shot and killed by police officers, but 95% of these cases were the result of these young men acting like thugs and attempting something violent against the police officers on scene. Beyonce herself as well as her husband Jay-Z clearly ignore this fact, and she designed the song and music video specifically to vilify all of America's police officers and picture them as nothing but armed assassins out to execute African American males.

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* Tropers/[=IAmNotAFunguy=]: Tropers/{{IAmNotAFunguy}}: The music video for Beyonce's song "Formation" is one that puts me over the edge as someone with a profound support of law enforcement. The video shows Beyonce sitting on top of a half-submerged police car, and at one point shows a young black man pointing a gun at sever officers while their hands are up and they are standing against a wall with graffiti reading "Stop shooting us!" This song and video was a response to incidents where young black males like Michael Brown and Tamir Rice were shot and killed by police officers, but 95% of these cases were the result of these young men acting like thugs and attempting something violent against the police officers on scene. Beyonce herself as well as her husband Jay-Z clearly ignore this fact, and she designed the song and music video specifically to vilify all of America's police officers and picture them as nothing but armed assassins out to execute African American males.
21st Nov '16 6:14:38 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* Tropers/IAmNotAFunguy: The music video for Beyonce's song "Formation" is one that puts me over the edge as someone with a profound support of law enforcement. The video shows Beyonce sitting on top of a half-submerged police car, and at one point shows a young black man pointing a gun at sever officers while their hands are up and they are standing against a wall with graffiti reading "Stop shooting us!" This song and video was a response to incidents where young black males like Michael Brown and Tamir Rice were shot and killed by police officers, but 95% of these cases were the result of these young men acting like thugs and attempting something violent against the police officers on scene. Beyonce herself as well as her husband Jay-Z clearly ignore this fact, and she designed the song and music video specifically to vilify all of America's police officers and picture them as nothing but armed assassins out to execute African American males.

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* Tropers/IAmNotAFunguy: Tropers/[=IAmNotAFunguy=]: The music video for Beyonce's song "Formation" is one that puts me over the edge as someone with a profound support of law enforcement. The video shows Beyonce sitting on top of a half-submerged police car, and at one point shows a young black man pointing a gun at sever officers while their hands are up and they are standing against a wall with graffiti reading "Stop shooting us!" This song and video was a response to incidents where young black males like Michael Brown and Tamir Rice were shot and killed by police officers, but 95% of these cases were the result of these young men acting like thugs and attempting something violent against the police officers on scene. Beyonce herself as well as her husband Jay-Z clearly ignore this fact, and she designed the song and music video specifically to vilify all of America's police officers and picture them as nothing but armed assassins out to execute African American males.
21st Nov '16 6:14:10 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* Tropes/{{cricri3007}}: I've listened to a few of Music/DanBull 's raps and I really liked them. Sure, his "Battlefield 1 vs Infinite Warfare" rap "battle" was disappointingly one-sided, but I've found worse. His Overwatch Rap is simply bad. Not for a lack of trying, mind you, but rapping about '''21''' different characters in less than four minutes just wasn't possible. So we get a rap that's too fast and where each characters only get 1 brief line. It's more confusing than awesome.

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* Tropes/{{cricri3007}}: I've listened to a few of Music/DanBull 's raps and I really liked them. Sure, his "Battlefield 1 vs Infinite Warfare" rap "battle" was disappointingly one-sided, but I've found worse. His Overwatch Rap is simply bad. Not for a lack of trying, mind you, but rapping about '''21''' different characters in less than four minutes just wasn't possible. So we get a rap that's too fast and where each characters only get 1 brief line. It's more confusing than awesome.awesome.
* Tropers/IAmNotAFunguy: The music video for Beyonce's song "Formation" is one that puts me over the edge as someone with a profound support of law enforcement. The video shows Beyonce sitting on top of a half-submerged police car, and at one point shows a young black man pointing a gun at sever officers while their hands are up and they are standing against a wall with graffiti reading "Stop shooting us!" This song and video was a response to incidents where young black males like Michael Brown and Tamir Rice were shot and killed by police officers, but 95% of these cases were the result of these young men acting like thugs and attempting something violent against the police officers on scene. Beyonce herself as well as her husband Jay-Z clearly ignore this fact, and she designed the song and music video specifically to vilify all of America's police officers and picture them as nothing but armed assassins out to execute African American males.
23rd Sep '16 12:23:19 PM CrazyLuigi
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* Tropers/MewLettuceRush: P!nk's song "Please Dont't Leave Me" was a major DMOS once I came to the realization that it was basically glorified DomesticAbuse from the perpetrator no less! ( the line [[DudeNotFunny "you're my perfect little punching bag"]] makes me throw up in my mouth now in particular) [[Main/DoubleStandard If the song were sung by a male it would have never become popular much less been made]] While she is generally a talented artist with some truly great songs, I don't ever want to listen to this one again.

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\n* Tropers/MewLettuceRush: P!nk's song "Please Dont't Don't Leave Me" was a major DMOS once I came to the realization that it was basically glorified DomesticAbuse from the perpetrator no less! ( the line [[DudeNotFunny "you're my perfect little punching bag"]] makes me throw up in my mouth now in particular) [[Main/DoubleStandard If the song were sung by a male it would have never become popular much less been made]] While she is generally a talented artist with some truly great songs, I don't ever want to listen to this one again.
19th Aug '16 2:06:13 PM cricri3007
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* Tropers/MewLettuceRush: P!nk's song "Please Dont't Leave Me" was a major DMOS once I came to the realization that it was basically glorified DomesticAbuse from the perpetrator no less! ( the line [[DudeNotFunny "you're my perfect little punching bag"]] makes me throw up in my mouth now in particular) [[Main/DoubleStandard If the song were sung by a male it would have never become popular much less been made]] While she is generally a talented artist with some truly great songs, I don't ever want to listen to this one again.

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* Tropers/MewLettuceRush: P!nk's song "Please Dont't Leave Me" was a major DMOS once I came to the realization that it was basically glorified DomesticAbuse from the perpetrator no less! ( the line [[DudeNotFunny "you're my perfect little punching bag"]] makes me throw up in my mouth now in particular) [[Main/DoubleStandard If the song were sung by a male it would have never become popular much less been made]] While she is generally a talented artist with some truly great songs, I don't ever want to listen to this one again.again.
* Tropes/{{cricri3007}}: I've listened to a few of Music/DanBull 's raps and I really liked them. Sure, his "Battlefield 1 vs Infinite Warfare" rap "battle" was disappointingly one-sided, but I've found worse. His Overwatch Rap is simply bad. Not for a lack of trying, mind you, but rapping about '''21''' different characters in less than four minutes just wasn't possible. So we get a rap that's too fast and where each characters only get 1 brief line. It's more confusing than awesome.
26th Jul '16 1:14:19 PM MysticEclectic
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** Tropers/MysticEclectic: While the PhilCollins-led Genesis has always had its ups and downs, the major dethroning moment was their 1997 album ''Calling All Stations.'' This was a slow, derivative, plodding shell of an album where Mike Rutherford and Music/TonyBanks, going it without Phil, had plucked Ray Wilson, formerly of Stiltskin, and a few session players to make one of the most [[SoBadItsHorrible critically savaged albums of]] TheNineties. While mainly inoffensive, the whole album sounds like a dreary mess of jam sessions that exemplify the worst of prog rock and a [[TheBandMinusTheFace band minus the face.]] [[DownerEnding A truly shameful effort that may unfortunately be the band's final studio album,]] provided the [[DevelopmentHell many rumored reunions]] never happen.
10th Jul '16 7:27:47 AM Loekman3
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* The entry must be about their performances and works. Any moments on the artist themselves will be deleted.

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8th Jul '16 9:39:09 AM CabbitGirlEmi
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* Tropers/CabbitGirlEmi: I'm not even a fan of Mike and the Mechanics, but Paul Carrack's "Don't Shed a Tear" is easily one of the worst songs ever, or at least lyrically. The song involves him dumping his girlfriend, but the first verse makes it sound absolutely petty. He comments on how she's like a candy store making his pants tight or something among those lines. It makes him sound very hypocritical and that he only cares about getting his rocks off rather than actual love. Disgusting.
20th Jun '16 9:27:33 PM Loekman3
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15th Jun '16 8:27:31 AM Berrenta
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