History SoBadItsGood / Music

26th Jun '16 4:42:36 AM supergod
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* Not the music itself, but Manilla Road's [[http://www.truemetal.org/manillaroad/ "official" website]] looks for all the world like it was designed by a middle schooler. No idea if it's real or not, but it's pretty hilarious either way.
26th Jun '16 4:34:59 AM supergod
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* [[Music/DrowningPool (whispering) Let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor...]] Probably wouldn't be here if {{Anime Music Video}}s hadn't run it into the ground.
** The same thing can be said about almost every song by Music/LinkinPark, especially "Crawling".
--> CRAWLING IN MY SKIIIIIIIIIIIIN, THESE WOUNDS THEY WILL NOT HEEEEEEEEEAL.
** Interestingly, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RHa3s0sv44 demo]] (Under Attack) doesn't have the NarmCharm of the final version. It sounds a lot more like someone just having a mental breakdown.
26th Jun '16 3:30:40 AM gewunomox
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** The same thing can be said about almost every song by LinkinPark, especially "Crawling".

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** The same thing can be said about almost every song by LinkinPark, Music/LinkinPark, especially "Crawling".
26th Jun '16 2:54:05 AM gewunomox
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* [[DrowningPool (whispering) Let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor...]] Probably wouldn't be here if {{Anime Music Video}}s hadn't run it into the ground.

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* [[DrowningPool [[Music/DrowningPool (whispering) Let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor...]] Probably wouldn't be here if {{Anime Music Video}}s hadn't run it into the ground.
23rd Jun '16 3:15:37 AM gewunomox
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** The even more {{Narm}}ilicious follow up single, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3a1hvwLJ9Jk Used to Be]]," which somehow managed to rein in none other than StevieWonder (!!!) as a duet partner.

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** The even more {{Narm}}ilicious follow up single, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3a1hvwLJ9Jk Used to Be]]," which somehow managed to rein in none other than StevieWonder Music/StevieWonder (!!!) as a duet partner.
22nd Jun '16 3:07:02 AM geomax
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eU1uTpaXYyU SHUT THE FUCK UUUUUUUUP!]]
21st Jun '16 8:19:40 PM gewunomox
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* Back in the mid-[[TheNineties 1990s]], long before YouTube, {{Facebook}} and File Sharing, there was Anton Maiden: a Swedish {{nerd}} singing karaoke over MIDI renditions of IronMaiden songs. It's almost kind of fascinating to see how transformed the experience becomes when going from Bruce Dickinson to Anton's amateuristic, almost Outsider Art-like vocals.

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* Back in the mid-[[TheNineties 1990s]], long before YouTube, {{Facebook}} Website/YouTube, Website/{{Facebook}} and File Sharing, there was Anton Maiden: a Swedish {{nerd}} singing karaoke over MIDI renditions of IronMaiden Music/IronMaiden songs. It's almost kind of fascinating to see how transformed the experience becomes when going from Bruce Dickinson to Anton's amateuristic, almost Outsider Art-like vocals.
17th Jun '16 7:43:57 PM gewunomox
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* Former {{Ramones}} bassist Dee Dee Ramone's out-of-print solo debut (under the name Dee Dee King) ''Standing In The Spotlight''. While there are songs that are more typically Ramones-esque, most tracks prominently feature him ''rapping'' in a tone of voice that has been memorably compared to [[http://www.markprindle.com/ramone.htm#standing "a cartoon moose"]] and [[BoastfulRap making memorable boasts like]] "I'm the cut-creator, the master of rap\ when I walk down the street, homeboys tip their hat". What might be the weirdest moment on a fairly bizarre album is a hip-hop update of 60's dance craze "Mashed Potato Time" featuring back-up vocals from [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]] [[note]] The cover seems to have been done entirely for the sake of a StealthPun - the original version is by Dee Dee Sharp[[/note]]. The Ramones themselves ''did'' evidently like one song enough to remake it, though - they recorded a version of "The Crusher" that altered the lyrics, removed the RapRock elements, and featured Dee Dee's replacement CJ Ramone on vocals.

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* Former {{Ramones}} Music/TheRamones bassist Dee Dee Ramone's out-of-print solo debut (under the name Dee Dee King) ''Standing In The Spotlight''. While there are songs that are more typically Ramones-esque, most tracks prominently feature him ''rapping'' in a tone of voice that has been memorably compared to [[http://www.markprindle.com/ramone.htm#standing "a cartoon moose"]] and [[BoastfulRap making memorable boasts like]] "I'm the cut-creator, the master of rap\ when I walk down the street, homeboys tip their hat". What might be the weirdest moment on a fairly bizarre album is a hip-hop update of 60's dance craze "Mashed Potato Time" featuring back-up vocals from [[Music/{{Blondie}} Debbie Harry]] [[note]] The cover seems to have been done entirely for the sake of a StealthPun - the original version is by Dee Dee Sharp[[/note]]. The Ramones themselves ''did'' evidently like one song enough to remake it, though - they recorded a version of "The Crusher" that altered the lyrics, removed the RapRock elements, and featured Dee Dee's replacement CJ Ramone on vocals.
15th Jun '16 3:13:06 PM Adept
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* "[[{{PSY}} Gangnam Style]]", nuff said. Bonus points for [[TropeCodifier popularizing a]] [[KoreanPopMusic music genre]], [[{{Irony}} while at the same time being a parody of it.]] [[UptoEleven Billions of visits]] in {{Youtube}} can't be wrong.

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* "[[{{PSY}} Gangnam Style]]", "Music/GangnamStyle", nuff said. Bonus points for [[TropeCodifier popularizing a]] [[KoreanPopMusic music genre]], [[{{Irony}} while at the same time being a parody of it.]] [[UptoEleven Billions of visits]] in {{Youtube}} can't be wrong.
4th Jun '16 10:03:09 AM BurntMario
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* TheEighties (and early nineties) provided many music videos that are nearly impossible to watch through without a straight face - particularly if the musicians get [[LargeHam passionate]] and [[MilkingTheGiantCow indulge in gesturing]].

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* TheEighties (and early nineties) provided many music videos that are nearly impossible to watch through without with a straight face - particularly if the musicians get [[LargeHam passionate]] and [[MilkingTheGiantCow indulge in gesturing]].
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