History Music / SayAnything

8th Feb '15 10:42:50 AM MarkLungo
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Moved What Could Have Been to Trivia page, then deleted it.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The rock opera version of IARB would've been sick as hell.
8th Feb '15 10:41:30 AM MarkLungo
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Moved One Of Us to Trivia page, then deleted it.
* OneOfUs: Max has a rather astounding collection of graphic novels and comic books.

** Also applies to the interjection of ''we're not their f*ckinging dogs!!'' in "Signal the Riflemen."
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** Also applies to the interjection of ''we're not their f*ckinging fuckinging dogs!!'' in "Signal the Riflemen."
8th Feb '15 10:39:22 AM MarkLungo
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Not to be confused with the [[SayAnything John Cusack]] film of the same name.
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Not to be confused with the [[SayAnything [[Film/SayAnything John Cusack]] film of the same name.

** Or any of his girlfriends, really. Example:[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxDFSYu1fRg This song is rumored to be a rant against John Nolan of TakingBackSunday due to how he treated Laura Kirsch.]]
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** Or any of his girlfriends, really. Example:[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxDFSYu1fRg This song song]] is rumored to be a rant against John Nolan of TakingBackSunday Music/TakingBackSunday due to how he treated Laura Kirsch.]]

* CharacterFilibuster: Though not going to unbelievable extremes, as many other examples of [[CharacterFilibuster filibusters]] do. The protagonist of ''... Is A Real Boy'' goes into a six-minute-long rant about know-it-all intellectual types in the final track, "Admit It!"
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* CharacterFilibuster: Though not going to unbelievable extremes, as many other examples of [[CharacterFilibuster filibusters]] filibusters do. The protagonist of ''... Is A Real Boy'' goes into a six-minute-long rant about know-it-all intellectual types in the final track, "Admit It!"

** Also, the World War II portrayal of "Alive With the Glory of Love"
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** Also, the World War II UsefulNotes/WorldWarII portrayal of "Alive With the Glory of Love"Love".

* TakeThat: Mara and Me: "There are babies with guns beheading their friends in shopping malls around the world / but somehow the KingsOfLeon still find the time to write songs about girls / I don't suck much less..."
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* TakeThat: Mara and Me: "There are babies with guns beheading their friends in shopping malls around the world / but somehow the KingsOfLeon Music/KingsOfLeon still find the time to write songs about girls / I don't suck much less..."

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8th Feb '15 10:36:24 AM MarkLungo
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Moved Creator Breakdown and Keep Circulating The Tapes to Trivia page, then deleted them.
* CreatorBreakdown: Max went a little crazy during and after high school. (He's happily married to Sherri Dupree-Bemis of Eisley and off the drugs now).

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: All of their pre-IARB music. ''Menorah/Majora'', ''Baseball'', ''Junior Varsity'', ''For Sale'', and the dormroom demos are all floating around out there and pretty easy to find if you know where to look or who to ask. ** As of 2013, most of the material was compiled in the 3-disc set ''All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities''.
8th Feb '15 10:31:20 AM MarkLungo
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--> ''Try to overcome your doubt. Believe you are beautiful. Look at yourself through someone else's green eyes. Believe someone out there will find you and kiss your skin until you can feel it blister with the heat. Believe in something bigger than your problems and you will be saved."'' '''-Max Bemis'''
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--> ''Try ->''"Try to overcome your doubt. Believe you are beautiful. Look at yourself through someone else's green eyes. Believe someone out there will find you and kiss your skin until you can feel it blister with the heat. Believe in something bigger than your problems and you will be saved."'' '''-Max "'' -->--'''Max Bemis'''

* CreatorBreakdown: Max went a little crazy during and after highschool. (He's happily married to Sherri Dupree-Bemis of Eisley and off the drugs now).
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* CreatorBreakdown: Max went a little crazy during and after highschool.high school. (He's happily married to Sherri Dupree-Bemis of Eisley and off the drugs now).
1st Nov '14 7:51:44 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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Say Anything is a "vaguely indie punk-pop" style Music/{{Emo}} band composed of frontman Max Bemis, drummer Coby Linder, and their [[IAmTheBand revolving group]] [[RevolvingDoorBand of bandmates]]. Like the origin of any unlikely hero, Say Anything was forged from conflict: a feisty young punk band from Hollywood formed during the birth of "hipster" elitism, always out of place. In that day any group of rich kids with a penchant for the Music/VelvetUnderground and enough five o'clock shadow could be paid millions of dollars to be walking billboards for "anti-culture" consumerism. Say Anything shunted pretension, choosing initially to play sincere and nervous rock music and opening locally for the touring bands they closely identified with (The Weakerthans, RiloKiley, The Promise Ring). A few years passed and songwriter Max Bemis continued to feel alienated from the collegiate "scene;" He witnessed young rebels devolve into the counter-culture clichés they sought to avoid in the first place, "reverse psychology" victims of homogenized humanity. By identifying this mass-marketed "hip lie," Bemis found his "arch villain" and, imbued with purpose, Say Anything's music became a new monster - as theatrically pop-based as it was angular and dark.
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Say Anything '''Say Anything''' is a "vaguely indie punk-pop" style Music/{{Emo}} band composed of frontman Max Bemis, drummer Coby Linder, and their [[IAmTheBand revolving group]] [[RevolvingDoorBand of bandmates]]. Like the origin of any unlikely hero, Say Anything was forged from conflict: a feisty young punk band from Hollywood formed during the birth of "hipster" elitism, always out of place. In that day any group of rich kids with a penchant for the Music/VelvetUnderground and enough five o'clock shadow could be paid millions of dollars to be walking billboards for "anti-culture" consumerism. Say Anything shunted pretension, choosing initially to play sincere and nervous rock music and opening locally for the touring bands they closely identified with (The Weakerthans, RiloKiley, The Promise Ring). A few years passed and songwriter Max Bemis continued to feel alienated from the collegiate "scene;" He witnessed young rebels devolve into the counter-culture clichés they sought to avoid in the first place, "reverse psychology" victims of homogenized humanity. By identifying this mass-marketed "hip lie," Bemis found his "arch villain" and, imbued with purpose, Say Anything's music became a new monster - as theatrically pop-based as it was angular and dark.
4th Jul '14 7:33:22 PM Sonmi451
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Subsquent to the critically lauded album(s), ''...Is A Real Boy'' and ''...Was A Real Boy'', Say Anything has produced three new records: the double-album, ''In Defense of the Genre,'' ''Say Anything,'' and ''Anarchy, My Dear.''
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Subsquent to the critically lauded album(s), ''...Is A Real Boy'' and ''...Was A Real Boy'', Say Anything has produced three four new records: the double-album, ''In Defense of the Genre,'' ''Say Anything,'' and ''Anarchy, My Dear.Dear,'' and ''Hebrews.''

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Subsquent to the critically lauded album(s), ''...Is A Real Boy'' and ''...Was A Real Boy'', Say Anything has produced three new records: the double-album, ''In Defense ** As of 2013, most of the Genre,'' ''Say Anything,'' and ''Anarchy, material was compiled in the 3-disc set ''All My Dear.'' Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities''.
18th Oct '13 10:56:47 AM Keeyla
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: All of their pre-IARB music. ''Menorah/Majora'', ''Baseball'', ''Junior Varsity'',''For Sale'', and the dormroom demos are all floating around out there and pretty easy to find if you know where to look or who to ask.
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: All of their pre-IARB music. ''Menorah/Majora'', ''Baseball'', ''Junior Varsity'',''For Varsity'', ''For Sale'', and the dormroom demos are all floating around out there and pretty easy to find if you know where to look or who to ask.
30th Sep '13 2:26:13 PM jkcrat1
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* UncommonTime: The band goes odd for a few measures in "I Will Never Write an Obligatory Song About Being on the Road and Missing Someone." After the first time Max sings "and I've got you back" in a 4/4 phrase ending with a measure of 2/4, the band lurches into 6/4; then 9/4 the second time and 14/4 the third. ** "The Futile" opens with a few measures of 7/4.
3rd Jul '13 8:41:50 PM creekery
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* IAmTheBand: Max Bemis and Coby Linder have been the only constant members in the band which began in 2000. ** To a larger extent, though, it's Max. He writes almost all lyrics and music for the band and plays most all instruments excluding the drums.
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* IAmTheBand: As of 2012, Max Bemis and Coby Linder have been is now the only constant members in the band which began in 2000. ** To a larger extent, though, it's Max. He writes almost all lyrics and music original member. Just for the band and plays bonus points, he composes most all instruments excluding of the drums.music.
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