1. Post #7681
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    She seems serious about it, and I can't do anything about it cause she's in another country and isn't coming home untill a few weeks ahead and even then I'll have a hard time getting to her since she lives quite far away.
    Ask yourself the question, is it really worth it?

    She sounds like a fickle bugger to me, and if she just goes into moods where she just doesn't have the time for anyone then I wouldn't have the time for her.

    Fuck yeah page king of wisdom.
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  2. Post #7682
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    Dennab
    June 2009
    17,111 Posts
    Yeah I'm wondering about that, but for now I'll just wait and try not to think about it.
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  3. Post #7683
    Nitro836's Avatar
    June 2010
    5,542 Posts
    I have nailed the reason music thee days is so awful to me.

    Their lyrics are awful. Or too simple.

    They tell something in an obvious way, like most of the Silly Love Songs do.
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.ph...SillyLoveSongs

    Take for example Starman By David Bowie.

    One has to listen the lyrics more carefully to see what's going on. From what I can tell, it's about how younger people and older people perceive things differently, like how they see the Starman in the song.
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  4. Post #7684
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    So you have an encyclopedic knowledge of all modern and late 20th century lyrics?

    Sounds cool man.
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  5. Post #7685
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    Hakita's Avatar
    June 2007
    20,520 Posts
    I have nailed the reason music thee days is so awful to me.

    Their lyrics are awful. Or too simple.

    They tell something in an obvious way, like most of the Silly Love Songs do.
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.ph...SillyLoveSongs

    Take for example Starman By David Bowie.

    One has to listen the lyrics more carefully to see what's going on. From what I can tell, it's about how younger people and older people perceive things differently, like how they see the Starman in the song.
    You should listen to some different music then.
    A lot of music nowadays has really deep lyrics.
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  6. Post #7686
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    Yeah what Hakita said, you just need to expand the search.

    If you want an example of bad lyrics listen to Five Finger Death Punch, and if you want good lyrics, to The Ocean Collective's albums Heliocentric and Anthropocentric.
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  7. Post #7687
    Nitro836's Avatar
    June 2010
    5,542 Posts
    I'd gladly have a listen at whatever you'd recommend from past the 2005.

    I do like this song called June by Genry Gene.
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  8. Post #7688
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    Franke_R!?'s Avatar
    May 2007
    17,847 Posts

    2profound4u
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  9. Post #7689
    Gold Member
    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    I have nailed the reason music thee days is so awful to me.

    Their lyrics are awful. Or too simple.

    They tell something in an obvious way, like most of the Silly Love Songs do.
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.ph...SillyLoveSongs

    Take for example Starman By David Bowie.

    One has to listen the lyrics more carefully to see what's going on. From what I can tell, it's about how younger people and older people perceive things differently, like how they see the Starman in the song.
    You're only saying this because you're too depressed about the times to make an effort to listen to a good bulk of the singer/songwriter nowadays that is inspired.

    Give it a year and you'll regret saying what you have.

    Edited:

    I'd gladly have a listen at whatever you'd recommend from past the 2005.

    I do like this song called June by Genry Gene.
    Try albums.
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  10. Post #7690
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    I'd gladly have a listen at whatever you'd recommend from past the 2005.

    I do like this song called June by Genry Gene.
    Why specifically after 2005? and if you're actually judging a song purely on the complexity of the lyrics then you musically you have bigger problems than not liking modern lyrics.
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  11. Post #7691
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    July 2009
    7,919 Posts

    Man, this song. So chill, so awesome.
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  12. Post #7692
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    Lyrics don't always have to tell stories either.

    Music doesn't "have" to do anything for you, it's you who has to adapt.
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  13. Post #7693
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    Franke_R!?'s Avatar
    May 2007
    17,847 Posts

    rofl

    Someone linked this on twitter.
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  14. Post #7694
    Nitro836's Avatar
    June 2010
    5,542 Posts
    Lyrics don't always have to tell stories either.

    Music doesn't "have" to do anything for you, it's you who has to adapt.
    That's where tastes come in. One likes their lyrics in some way, some don't, some don't like them at all.

    I'm not against simple lyrics nor do I judge songfs by them, it's just that the subjects revolve around too similar things whenever I crack up the radio.
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  15. Post #7695
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    That's where tastes come in. One likes their lyrics in some way, some don't, some don't like them at all.

    I'm not against simple lyrics nor do I judge songfs by them, it's just that the subjects revolve around too similar things whenever I crack up the radio.
    There's the fucking problem, never ever use a radio for music, ever, not a single station is worth listening to except Rock.fm
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  16. Post #7696
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    That's where tastes come in. One likes their lyrics in some way, some don't, some don't like them at all.

    I'm not against simple lyrics nor do I judge songfs by them, it's just that the subjects revolve around too similar things whenever I crack up the radio.
    radio is meh, compared to finding what you want and discovering stuff. It's more pleasing to know you discovered something in your own way than have some DJ play a tune for the masses.
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  17. Post #7697
    Gold Member
    Franke_R!?'s Avatar
    May 2007
    17,847 Posts
    There's the fucking problem, never ever use a radio for music, ever, not a single station is worth listening to except Rock.fm
    Jazz fm is pretty cool.
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  18. Post #7698
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    radio is meh, compared to finding what you want and discovering stuff. It's more pleasing to know you discovered something in your own way than have some DJ play a tune for the masses.
    Even then dude, most of the shit they play on radio stations is the watered down shit from genres, like they play Nickelback, Skrillex and Nero and the like when for Rock and the like they could play stuff like Buckcherry and Rush, for dubstep they could play stuff like Koan Sound and Ry Legit, but they just play the watered down pish from the genres for the masses and it's self prepetuating.
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  19. Post #7699
    Talkbox's Avatar
    March 2010
    1,120 Posts
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=x7yS1zSp3lQ
    Hudmo is the shit.
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  20. Post #7700
    ThatCrazyGmanV2's Avatar
    May 2011
    3,856 Posts
    So I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey, IMO most overrated ~avant-garde~ stretched out movie I've ever seen.
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  21. Post #7701
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    Jazz fm is pretty cool.
    the name got changed to smooth fm here. :-)

    Edited:

    So I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey, IMO most overrated ~avant-garde~ stretched out movie I've ever seen.
    Fair enough, at least you accept it's too deep and indulgent for you. Maybe read about other people's experiences before seeing it.
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  22. Post #7702
    ThatCrazyGmanV2's Avatar
    May 2011
    3,856 Posts
    Fair enough, at least you accept it's too deep and indulgent for you. Maybe read about other people's experiences before seeing it.
    To sum up that statement, ~2deep4u~
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  23. Post #7703
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    To sum up that statement, ~2deep4u~
    Yeah but you chose to watch it without knowing it's not you're average space movie.

    I choose movies to watch if I'm intrigued, I very rarely am really disappointed.
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  24. Post #7704
    ThatCrazyGmanV2's Avatar
    May 2011
    3,856 Posts
    Although when I watched it the second time while listening to "Ladies and Gentlemen We are Floating in Space" that was pretty good
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  25. Post #7705
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    the name got changed to smooth fm here. :-)

    Edited:



    Fair enough, at least you accept it's too deep and indulgent for you. Maybe read about other people's experiences before seeing it.
    That's horseshit, just because someone doesn't like something doesn't make it too deep for them, it is entirely possible he fully understood it and still didn't like it.
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  26. Post #7706
    ThatCrazyGmanV2's Avatar
    May 2011
    3,856 Posts
    Yeah but you chose to watch it without knowing it's not you're average space movie.

    I choose movies to watch if I'm intrigued, I very rarely am really disappointed.
    my knowledge of Space Odyysey was that it was a very avant garde movie with little dialogue and good music
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  27. Post #7707
    Gold Member
    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    That's horseshit, just because someone doesn't like something doesn't make it too deep for them, it is entirely possible he fully understood it and still didn't like it.
    There's not much to understand, so that's not the point.

    Some people don't like indulgent things, there's nothing wrong with that.
    But why choose to see it if you know it'll be that way?

    Edited:

    my knowledge of Space Odyysey was that it was a very avant garde movie with little dialogue and good music
    Maybe should have watched Clockwork Orange before that then.
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  28. Post #7708
    ThatCrazyGmanV2's Avatar
    May 2011
    3,856 Posts
    Maybe should have watched Clockwork Orange before that then.
    Seen it, read the book as well.
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  29. Post #7709
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    MachiniOs's Avatar
    September 2008
    12,243 Posts
    Nice weather in Manchester? What's wrong with the world.
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  30. Post #7710
    Antichristian Heathen Icelandic Bastard
    Nonikai's Avatar
    June 2008
    5,676 Posts
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Qhm7-LEBznk
    So you've probably seen this video guys, but this was the first time I watched it

    It just makes me feel... bad and disgusted
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  31. Post #7711
    Gold Member
    Eluveitie's Avatar
    November 2009
    14,418 Posts
    the name got changed to smooth fm here. :-)

    Edited:



    Fair enough, at least you accept it's too deep and indulgent for you. Maybe read about other people's experiences before seeing it.
    Yeah no. Kubrick films are unique and if you don't like one, it's not because it's too deep.
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  32. Post #7712
    Gold Member
    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    Yeah no. Kubrick films are unique and if you don't like one, it's not because it's too deep.
    Do you want to make an actual opinion?
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  33. Post #7713
    Ms. Andry
    Dori's Avatar
    August 2005
    10,034 Posts
    So I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey, IMO most overrated ~avant-garde~ stretched out movie I've ever seen.
    dude you unironically listen to steel panther. does your opinion on films really matter?
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  34. Post #7714
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    Do you want to make an actual opinion?
    That definitely looked like an opinion to me.
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  35. Post #7715
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    Eluveitie's Avatar
    November 2009
    14,418 Posts
    Do you want to make an actual opinion?
    That is an opinion..

    Edited:

    not everything has hidden meanings or multiple meanings.
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  36. Post #7716
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts
    That definitely looked like an opinion to me.
    empty opinion then.
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  37. Post #7717
    Gold Member
    Eluveitie's Avatar
    November 2009
    14,418 Posts
    empty opinion then.
    How.. can an opinion be empty?
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  38. Post #7718
    Dennab
    December 2011
    5,623 Posts
    empty opinion then.
    That's actually fucking golden, so suddenly because he has a different opinion it's not valid?

    Yeah no. Kubrick films are unique and if you don't like one, it's not because it's too deep.
    That is a 100% valid opinion, whether you agree or disagree.
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  39. Post #7719
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    AK'z's Avatar
    January 2011
    29,542 Posts

    That is a 100% valid opinion, whether you agree or disagree.
    "Kubrick films are unique. But if you don't like them, then it's okay"

    that's a really useful opinion.
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  40. Post #7720
    meow
    Dennab
    February 2012
    3,083 Posts
    I don't watch movies

    I feel bad :(
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