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Scabrous Birdseed
31-07-2009, 15:23:55
I'm seeding the thread with this:

http://open.spotify.com/track/46qcNdZnB6KPPgp3E15tYT

"Bree Bree" by Brokencyde.

If you can think of a worse track, post it. And so on.

Funko
31-07-2009, 15:25:57
Sounds like something you'd submit to LWP?

Scabrous Birdseed
31-07-2009, 15:28:56
Maybe I should just to fuck with you guys.

Funko
07-08-2009, 10:21:02
Right, as this is a good idea that hasn't taken off yet I've made a spotify playlist for it. Add a track to the end, but it has to be worse than the one before (and tell us here)

http://open.spotify.com/user/funko/playlist/4zfAafkDerQ4vLWfyXSETK

Debaser
07-08-2009, 11:28:28
Sorry, I've immediately really lowered the tone. If it's any consolation I'll have that fucking song stuck in my head for at least a week.

Funko
07-08-2009, 11:40:04
That calls for drastic measures

Funko
12-08-2009, 08:59:22
Have I won?

Debaser
12-08-2009, 10:08:35
Your song is practically good compared to the others on the list.

Funko
12-08-2009, 10:12:22
No way. Yours are kind of fun in an ironic way.

Debaser
12-08-2009, 12:49:57
Someone should tell the MidiMidis that Brokencyde have stolen their look.

Scabrous Birdseed
12-08-2009, 14:16:59
Other way around, obviously. Brokencyde are a style (and vocal) example to us all.

Debaser
12-08-2009, 15:28:24
Yes, I was just being facetious. One day the guy from Brokencyde that does nothing but make violent vomiting sounds will as revered as Dylan or Bowie.

King_Ghidra
12-08-2009, 15:33:08
like Lineup by Elastica?

Debaser
12-08-2009, 16:03:10
If only.

Watch this video, it's unbelievable such a thing exists. Grown men made decisions to put money into making this happen. I fear for the kids. The chorus goes "Lets get freaky now, let's get fucking freaky now *vomit sound*". It even has one of those shit vocoder effects that sounded bad when Cher used it 10 years ago.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TH5ibABP4U

Debaser
12-08-2009, 16:06:12
Scarily it's growing on me. I can't take my eyes away from the screen. What's with that rabbit?

Foetus
28-08-2009, 00:31:57
I fail to see the rage.

To me, these fellows are no different from any of the hip hop, death grunt, shit fusion bollocks which seems to be the current trend template of banality for most of the "alternative" corporate experience served up and eagerly guzzled by our pitifully manipulated youth. I'm not saying it was any different in my day. There comes a day in all our lives when we reach an epiphany, move outside our bodies and look down at ourselves fellating some greasy fat bloke wreathed in gold, tugging back our heads, thrusting remorselessly into our well lubricated throats.

Nah, I'm just saying these guys are the same, if not better than Linkin' Park.

When you hit your twenties you start to worry about getting old, not being down with the kids anymore. Then as you get older still, you look at the kids, look back at yourself, and thank fuck you're old. Being classed as an old fart suddenly becomes a compliment.

Scabrous Birdseed
28-08-2009, 13:51:51
I've started quite appreciating brokencyde and their ilk (http://downwithtunes.blogspot.com/2009/08/screamo-covers-of-hip-hop.html) now. Perhaps that's the fate of all bad music?

Debaser
07-12-2009, 00:17:06
After rewatching American Psycho the other day I was listening to some Phil Collins on Spotify, and sweet Jesus, he only covered Tomorrow Never Knows on his 1981 album Face Value. It's hard to listen to all the way through, try it. Worse than Paul Young's cover of Love Will Tear Us Apart? Probably not, but still very bad.