|Gwago - 2010-10-17 |
Holy shit they can all go fuck themselves. Coordinates upon request, I will be more than happy to oblige them.
Also: Googling them does nothing. BUT AGGRAVATE ME
Gwago, just go to Encyclopedia Dramatica, it's on the front page there right now.
|Ursa_minor - 2010-10-17 |
Jesus christ this is pathetic.
|ItsAboutTime - 2010-10-17 |
Painfully mediocre and misguided.
|Mike Tyson?! - 2010-10-17 |
It's not even funny awful. It's generic and uncreative as possible.
|standard8mm - 2010-10-17 |
It's not even doing well on youtube.
|chairsforcheap - 2010-10-17 |
this took a while to get here. The story behind this is absolutely epic.
oh god listening to the song just evokes anger and no other emotion.....
|kingarthur - 2010-10-17 |
So they stopped traffic in LA for music like this? For once I support the death penalty.
|simon666 - 2010-10-17 |
Zircon, I've said it before, but now I'm convinced you work for an ad agency.
I wish I got paid to post here.
|phalsebob - 2010-10-17 |
Complain if you will, but their publicity stunt worked, didn't it. If they hadn't done it, I would not even know of this mediocre cookie-cutter band. Now I can enjoy ignoring them.
|Anaxagoras - 2010-10-17 |
Job description for the dude with the white headband: "Looking for someone able to bounce around arythmically & occasionally chime in on chorus."
|Robin Kestrel - 2010-10-17 |
Balloon boy, these douchebags... expect a lot more of this shit in the future.
If we turn any old vapid no-talent broken person into a celebrity for the stupidest goddamn reasons, it only makes sense that some of those kind of people would feel entitled to try to seize that celebrity status for themselves. "Why not me? Watch how outrageous I can be!"
I'm never going to understand this insane drive to be "famous" in our culture. It's a horrible horrible way to seek validation as a human being, yet it seems to be socially reinforced, along with wealth, as an indicator of one's validity as a human being. Maybe its a function of the alienation of capitalism?
Wealth at least makes sense as a form of human validation in capitalist societies. It generally means you've worked to accomplish something that was rewarded with money. And in many cases you're actually creating something the rest of society can use, like an iPod or a new form of workout routine.
Releasing a sex tape so you can make a reality show about how pretty you are is technically work I guess, but it doesn't really leave the world much better than you found it. I think that's the missing element.
Although if these guys do save all the homeless children, I think they are owed an apology.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
I really wish people would stop complaining about how fame is so vapid and dumb and how engineers and computer science majors should be getting all the praise since blah blah blah
|Buggerman - 2010-10-17 |
There is nothing more obnoxious and angering than a mediocre band that sings songs about how they are rock stars. "Im a rock star. living on the edge." Jesus Christ almighty.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2010-10-17 |
5 stars of shit!!
I think the fact that the entire video is shot in front of a green screen sums up this band.. even the scene where they are "in a club" in front of a "crowd of people" is all cg!
|Vaidency - 2010-10-17 |
That's just a really bad song. If this is indicative of their body of work, it's pretty clear these guys were ever going to achieve fame for their music.
5 stars for them apparently realizing it.
I really doubt they have any other material.
|Raggamuffin - 2010-10-17 |
I'm a rock star!
(A Dennys assistant manager)
Livin' on the edge!
(A modest loft)
On top of the world!
(A truck on the highway)
Until I'm destined to win!
(Be assisted down by public workers)
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