History DethroningMoment / Music

18th Jul '17 9:29:33 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower taste in my mouth.

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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower sour taste in my mouth.
17th Jul '17 9:20:30 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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* Tropers/{{Allthegoodnames}}: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?

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* Tropers/{{Allthegoodnames}}: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?get?
*{{Tropers/Yellow-Spider-Kitty}}: I find Future's works decent, but his song Karate Chop has an incredibly awful lyric by the guest artist Lil Wayne, the lyric is simply "Beat the pussy up like Emmett Till", seeing how brutal Emmett Till's death was, the lyric is Main/Squick at best and rather depressing at worst.
17th Jul '17 9:10:40 AM Yellow-Spider-Kitty
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** Yellow-Spider-Kitty: I personally feel like Birthday Cake falls into the Main/SoBadItsGood territory, but the part I can't even ironically tolerate is Chris Brown's part in general, add some really awful lyrics ("Girl I wanna Fuck You"), the 2009 abuse incident alone, and the over all fact that could have easily been done by another rap, makes this song leave a shower taste in my mouth.
5th Jul '17 6:57:07 AM system
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4th Jul '17 3:51:54 PM rumpbump
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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.



* {{Troper/esq263}}: Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]
21st Jun '17 12:21:47 PM Bengson26
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* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]
* Tropers/Allthegoodnames: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?

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* {{Troper/esq263}} {{Troper/esq263}}: Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]
* Tropers/Allthegoodnames: Tropers/{{Allthegoodnames}}: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?
14th Jun '17 8:16:00 PM allthegoodnames
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* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]

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* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]]]
* Tropers/Allthegoodnames: Music/DaftPunk typically make truly fresh and creative dance music with clever use of samples. However, they have one tragic exception: "Robot Rock." This track barely even qualifies as a song. The entire track consists only of a 5-ish second loop taken (with no alterations or anything) from the song "Release the Beast" by obscure 80s funk band Breakwater, overlaid with a voice saying "ROCK. ROBOT ROCK." [[BrokenRecord over and over again.]] That's it. There's no attempt at transforming or remixing the material - it's just a loop of somebody else's song, republished under the Daft Punk name. How lazy can you get?
13th Jun '17 2:20:25 PM heartauthor
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* Tropers/MewLettuceRush: P!nk's song "Please 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 "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 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 "you're my perfect little punching bag" makes me throw up in my mouth now in particular) particular). [[Main/DoubleStandard If the song were sung by a male it would have never become popular much less been made]] 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.
** Tropers/{{heartauthor}}: The {{Unfortunate Implications}} in the song are bad enough, but the music video [[FromBadToWorse makes it even worse]]. It's P!nk forcing her "love interest" to stay with her by tying him to a bed and breaking his legs, a la ''{{Film/Misery}}''. Uh, P!nk...you do know that [[PsychopathicWomanChild Annie]] [[StalkerWithACrush Wilkes]] was the ''[[CaptainObvious bad guy]]'' in that movie, right?
4th Apr '17 8:56:08 AM esq263
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* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]

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* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, which is condescending in itself, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]
4th Apr '17 8:54:40 AM esq263
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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.

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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.future.
* {{Troper/esq263}} Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas". Just because it's a charity song doesn't mean it should get a free pass, especially when it includes something downright offensive. It's bad enough that it gives a one-dimensional portrayal of the second-largest continent in the world, but then, after discussing the hardships the people who live there encounter, it includes the line "Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you." [[SarcasmMode Right, let's all get down on our knees and thank God that other people are starving, suffering, and dying instead of us.]]
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