|SolRo - 2012-04-27 |
I'm so glad beavis and butthead have grown jaded and bitter along with me.
|joelkazoo - 2012-04-27 |
White People, Indeed!
|Riskbreaker - 2012-04-27 |
Exactly how bored with life one has to be to listen that kind of music?
I actually like this single and own it. I don't have the full album and I hadn't seen the video before B&B, though I could have imagined exactly what they looked like, if that makes it any better. But to answer your question, I am fairly bored with life.
I like, what's the name, M83? I like some songs, then i listen to the full album and it's like, white kids in the park softly singing. I like atmospheric electro-pop, but i seriously despise this kind of yawn-inducing stuff.
I like this... I like M83... I like a lot of stuff. It (almost) all has its time and place, as far as I'm concerned. There aren't many things that I can't listen to (modern country, maybe?). There are lots of things that I like that I will never understand why everyone else on the planet doesn't like. This is not one of those things.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-04-27 |
Until now, I didn't think it was possible to look lame while holding a Fender Jaguar.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-04-27 |
I'm too jaded to watch the new episodes of B&B. Where's the fun of goofing on videos where you have to get permission to goof on them? How much fun can you have ripping on Jersey Shore if that's the only thing you can go after no holds barred. Godamn, it was like the wild west for B&B in the 90s where no video was off limits. Still the boys deserve 5.
Most of the time they just ripped on obscure videos from bands nobody liked or listened to. I haven't watched much of the new B&B but I think the social commentary is better than the old episodes.
Wait- how were no videos off limits then but now the B&B show needs permission?
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
From Rolling Stone.
"The biggest update has come in which videos Beavis and Butt-Head offer their "This rocks"/"This sucks" commentary on: It's now largely clips from reality shows like Jersey Shore and Cuff'd. This is less because of shifting cultural mores and more because the show is now required to get advance permission to lampoon a music video. "It used to be that we could do anything," Judge says, sighing. "Now we have to clear everything. We were going to do a Kanye West video – he wanted it on, and then somebody who owns, like, six percent of the songwriting said no."
|Rafiki - 2012-04-28 |
Remember when you were in grade school and your music teacher would bust out one of those records with 300 of all the best uncopyrighted songs as sung by the Squeezing Our Nuts Children's Choir? That's what this song sounds like.
I'd like you all to file down to the gymnasium, we're going to perform some choreography to this at the next PTA meeting.
|The Mothership - 2012-04-28 |
They decided to rebel against their parents by making even softer rock.
|misterbuns - 2012-04-28 |
Avi is a friend of mine. This track is pretty much the stuff he does to make money. He is like 21. He's an awesome guy and is talent is way bigger than this. I'm glad you guys are so satisfied with yourselves though.
er his. sorry. im on alot of ketamine.
question: at what point do you guys go "holy shit we are irrelevant cynics, if we were alive forty years ago we'd be squawking about dudes with long hair"
i tap your sssssskull for delicious spinal nectar.
Avi is a terrible human being, worse than hitler, and I hope you both get throat cancer so bad that you need to get one of those permanent holes in your neck.
|Spaceman Africa - 2012-04-28 |
I liked that album.
|FABIO - 2012-04-29 |
When did B&B become so socially aware?
|BHWW - 2012-04-29 |
"That music in the elevator was just too balls-out for us" is like a whole sub-genre of the softest rock and psuedo indie-rock various other dubious kinds of rock. Music for guys whose beards are even softer than their incredibly soft sweaters.
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