- Like A Broken Record has a short statement saying that repetition not caused by a malfunctioning device is described in Broken Record. This is awkward, as "Like a" is reserved for metaphors instead of physical malfunction.
- Broken record also appears to be a magnet for limited-context examples. Namely, they just take a random phrase such as "Sata andagi! Sata andagi! Sata andagi!" and plop it in without describing how it works (i.e. is it malfunctioning, is someone doing a madness mantra, etc.)
- In both pages, I've seen examples that just focus on words and ignore the musical pitch with the lyrics. Since it varies, it doesn't meet the requirements of the trope.
edited 13th Feb '13 11:32:19 AM by DelShiftB
edited 13th Feb '13 3:25:31 PM by AnotherDuck
edited 13th Feb '13 3:26:31 PM by AnotherDuck
edited 19th Feb '13 8:32:39 AM by MarsJenkar
- Do nothing
- Merge the two pages
- Swap two pages
- Rename glitch version to "Repetitive Audio Glitch"; metaphorical version could use either name.
- In the metaphorical version, add a statement where you could technically make anything sound glitchy by removing context.
edited 2nd Apr '13 9:19:37 AM by XFllo
edited 14th Apr '13 1:23:17 PM by XFllo
Anyone who doesn't look dangerous is dangerous and sneaky.