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7th Apr '18 10:17:34 PM Scsigs
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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be this kind of money-making machine, or be run into the ground like this ''this'' fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be on this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.

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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They also try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials Millennials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be this kind of money-making machine, or be run into the ground like this ''this'' fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be on this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
4th Apr '18 12:56:28 AM Scsigs
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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be this kind of money-making machine, or be run into the ground like this ''this'' fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.

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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be this kind of money-making machine, or be run into the ground like this ''this'' fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n on this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
4th Apr '18 12:55:49 AM Scsigs
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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.

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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, 'Young & Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be this kind of money-making machine, or be run into the ground like this this ''this'' fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
4th Apr '18 12:54:17 AM Scsigs
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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, ''Young & Menace'' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You heard right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boys JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.

to:

* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, ''Young 'Young & Menace'' Menace' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You heard read right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boys Boy's JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
4th Apr '18 12:51:19 AM Scsigs
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* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before & electronics, plus have brought on Rap artist before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, ''Young & Menace'' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You heard right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boys JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.

to:

* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before & and electronics, plus have brought on Rap artist artists before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, ''Young & Menace'' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You heard right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boys JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
4th Apr '18 12:49:45 AM Scsigs
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* Tropers/Scsigs: I, honestly, can't believe no one else has thought to add this band here, but I guess lucky me, as I get to explain why they ''should'' be. The band is Music/SimplePlan. I've enjoyed their music most of the time as it was. Their first album as a harmless trip through the nostalgia of my childhood from when I first heard them through the theme song of ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', their third for being a decent step towards making their sound accessible to a general audience, & their fourth for having some enjoyable tunes. However, my opinions sank very low. ''Taking One For the Team'' is their single ''worst'' album to date. I have absolutely ''no'' idea how they felt the majority of these shitty songs were acceptable. First is "Opinion Overload," which would fit right in with stuff they produced back in the early 2000s. After listening through the rest of the album, it comes off less, "screw the critics, we're going to make what we want" & more, "who cares if our songs suck? We have our fanbase & they'll buy anything we put out." Given the interactions I've had with Simple Plan's fanbase, that's not exactly inaccurate. "Boom!" & "Farewell" are just weak sauce, "Kiss Me Like Nobody's Watching," "Singing in the Rain," "I Don't Wanna Go to Bed," "Perfectly Perfect," & "I Dream About You" are just awful, with the 2 of the middle ones being terrible attempts to cash in on "Rude" & "Uptown Funks'" success, "I Don't Wanna Be Sad" sounds like a five-year-old's understanding of depression, & "Problem Child" just being absolutely terrible. Parts of this album feel disconnected. The first several songs sound like their usual fare, there's a few crossover songs, there's songs that seem like someone in the band was battling depression on the second half, & ends with two of the worst crooning songs I've ever heard, plus an absolutely ''terrible'' performance by Juliet Simms, who I've heard on All Time Low's "Remembering Sunday" & she ''killed'' it on her part. I wondered if I should've put 5 Seconds of Summer on here, but they've sucked their entire existence and have nowhere to go but up. Simple Plan were never going to be a great band to any extent, but this terrible album has shown they're not even willing enough to try. Honestly, nothing about this album makes sense. You guys are in your mid-late 30s, so why is your lyrical content so weak & your mentality clearly not passed teenage years? You're in your 30s, so why are you making songs about kids rebelling against their parents? You're obviously not depressed, as you're a big-time band that's been around for almost 2 decades, you live in Canada, & your lives are, most likely, going great, so why are you writing a song with a very poor understanding of depression? Honestly, I have no idea what's going on with them. I get that it's their shtick to want to appeal to kids/teenagers/young adults, but do they have to do it in such a shitty manner? Honestly, I'm not hoping for anything good from these guys in the future.



** rage24: A lot of her songs are pretty awful, but [[ItsAllAboutMe "Me Too"]] has to be the most obnoxious. It's 3 minutes of her singing about how awesome she, that's it. The chorus is literally "If I was you, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too" x2.

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** rage24: A lot of her songs are pretty awful, but [[ItsAllAboutMe "Me Too"]] has to be the most obnoxious. It's 3 minutes of her singing about how awesome she, that's it. The chorus is literally "If I was you, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too" x2.x2.
* Scsigs: I've officially changed my choice from Music/SimplePlan to Music/FallOutBoy, though I don't know the rules about general pages rather than the individualized ones. If I could list both, that'd be great, but I can't, so here we go. I'd also list Music/AllTimeLow here if I could. Fall Out Boy ''used'' to be a great band. I've grown to love their music from their first 4-5 albums. However, that's where my love for their music stops. I like a few songs from ''AB/AP'', but the album doesn't hold a candle to their previous work at all. Now we have ''MANIA'', which is even worse. I've sampled each song, but they all ''suck''. They're either bland, or offensively bad. Now, the band has delved into Pop before & electronics, plus have brought on Rap artist before. However, those were all in service to their music, since it was experimentation in mixing these elements with Punk and Alternative Rock to create an entirely new and fresh sound. Here, they're just noise with bad production values. I don't even know what they were thinking. On top of this, ''Young & Menace'' was something that should've been ejected from the album entirely and spun off into its own promo single, not just simply moved down the tracklist (you can claim iTunes got that wrong all you want, guys, but we all know you moved it down the setlist because you realized you were overstepping your bounds on how far people will support your shitty Pop music) because it was ''bad''. Only the most hardened FOB fans would defend a shitty song like that. ''MANIA'' is their worst album by far, but that's not even the end of it. They try ''so'' hard to cater to the Millenials & Gen Z-ers in their audience because in their music video for 'Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)', they shamelessly use fidget spinners and other memes. You heard right, fucking ''fidget spinners''. On top of that, the line "I'll stop wearing black when they make a darker color" is a line Pete wrote ''just'' to get emo kids to say, "he's ''so'' right" because it's relatable to them, pandering at its absolute shameless. They are trying ''way'' too hard to [[WereStillRelevantDammit stay relevant]] in these times. Then there's just the repeated lines and lyrics that they run into the ground on each song, it's ridiculous how repetition does ''not'' make songs sound good. I don't care what the fangirls say. This is Fall Out Boys JumpingTheShark moment. 2018 is where the band's spirit has finally died after being creatively bankrupt since ''Save Rock & Roll'' came out. They're repeating every single mistake they made in the 2000s; the constant touring, music making, merch stuff (even more now than back then), promo deals, Pop shifting, whatever. A band isn't meant to shift sounds like this, or be run into the ground like this this fast. It leads to creative and physical burnout, which, frankly, they already hit in 2009, so I don't know ''what'' anyone expected after their reformation. I hope they finally put the band to rest again, permanently. Work on other projects, take a break, have lives. Just do ''something'' other than be n this sunk ship, please. Your music's only getting worse and I don't think you guys care to make it better. Yeah, Fall Out Boy is dead.
28th Mar '18 1:25:53 PM CumbersomeFledgling
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Whether if it's a lazy beat, terrible vocals or horribly-written lyrics, not even music is immune to its faults. These, however, [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck stand out for all the wrong reasons]]

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Whether if it's a lazy beat, terrible vocals or horribly-written lyrics, not even music is immune to its faults. These, however, [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck stand out for all the wrong reasons]]
reasons]], so we’re listing all of them here.
23rd Mar '18 8:51:09 PM rage24
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** cartoonnetworkfan: I think "All About That Bass" is pretty insufferable as well, but if there's another song she was involved in that's infinity times worse than that one, it's "Marvin Gaye" by Charlie Puth. First of all, the production of the song does not sound remotely like Marvin Gaye. It's just the same old doo-wop production that Meghan Trainor uses in most of her other songs. Second, the name drops of Marvin Gaye songs come off as incredibly awkward, especially the "Mercy Mercy Me" line (which if I'm correct, is a song about the environment, not sex). Finally, it uses the same "let's get it on" cliche that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ba_qTPA4Ds a song one year before]] used. Never has a song been this unsexy since "Afternoon Delight" and "Muskrat Love".

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** cartoonnetworkfan: I think "All About That Bass" is pretty insufferable as well, but if there's another song she was involved in that's infinity times worse than that one, it's "Marvin Gaye" by Charlie Puth. First of all, the production of the song does not sound remotely like Marvin Gaye. It's just the same old doo-wop production that Meghan Trainor uses in most of her other songs. Second, the name drops of Marvin Gaye songs come off as incredibly awkward, especially the "Mercy Mercy Me" line (which if I'm correct, is a song about the environment, not sex). Finally, it uses the same "let's get it on" cliche that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ba_qTPA4Ds a song one year before]] used. Never has a song been this unsexy since "Afternoon Delight" and "Muskrat Love".Love".
** rage24: A lot of her songs are pretty awful, but [[ItsAllAboutMe "Me Too"]] has to be the most obnoxious. It's 3 minutes of her singing about how awesome she, that's it. The chorus is literally "If I was you, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too, I'd want to be me too" x2.
16th Feb '18 10:17:29 PM nombretomado
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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.

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** Tropers/MysticEclectic: While the PhilCollins-led Music/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.
19th Jan '18 6:50:40 AM cartoonnetworkfan
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** cartoonnetworkfan: I think "All About That Bass" is pretty insufferable as well, but if there's another song she was involved in that's infinity times worse than that one, it's "Marvin Gaye" by Charlie Puth. First of all, the production of the song does not sound remotely like Marvin Gaye. It's just the same old doo-wop production that Meghan Trainor uses in most of her other songs. Second, the name drops of Marvin Gaye songs come off as incredibly awkward, especially the "Mercy Mercy Me" line (which if I'm not correct, is a song about the environment, not sex). Finally, it uses the same "let's get it on" cliche that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ba_qTPA4Ds a song one year before]] used. Never has a song been this unsexy since "Afternoon Delight" and "Muskrat Love".

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** cartoonnetworkfan: I think "All About That Bass" is pretty insufferable as well, but if there's another song she was involved in that's infinity times worse than that one, it's "Marvin Gaye" by Charlie Puth. First of all, the production of the song does not sound remotely like Marvin Gaye. It's just the same old doo-wop production that Meghan Trainor uses in most of her other songs. Second, the name drops of Marvin Gaye songs come off as incredibly awkward, especially the "Mercy Mercy Me" line (which if I'm not correct, is a song about the environment, not sex). Finally, it uses the same "let's get it on" cliche that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ba_qTPA4Ds a song one year before]] used. Never has a song been this unsexy since "Afternoon Delight" and "Muskrat Love".
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