|The Mothership |
This started off as a 1 star video. Then 2, then 3, then holy fucking shit.
Hooleee shit, that guy used to be the lead singer of Staind. I thought his voice sounded familiar, and then I googled his name...Yikes.
He must have woke up one day and decided he hadn't embarrassed himself nearly enough in the music industry.
I don't think you're allowed to sing like this once you have a wrap-around collar tattoo
This has been playing in the playbin where I work and I never really noticed how awful it truly was until I actually paid attention to the lyrics. I was especially taken by the "I ain't done never none needed no gubment to do nuthin fur me" bullshit
You know, I often hate over-ironic media, but this guy seems to be trying to prove that a deathly lack of it is twice as bad.
"Feel" doesn't rhyme with "blue."
|Jet Bin Fever |
Watching so many of these intensely crazy videos, well, after a while you'll feel like a therapist.
5 stars because this is a heavily stripped down and neutered version of "Wanted: Dead or Alive" by Bon Jovi.
Listen closely, you'll get it.
The Hank Williams shit was so out of place. Jesus.
|Eroticus E |
So, according to wikipedia, he's never been in the military. Maybe just one flag is fine, Aaron.
Funny how none of these chumps ever thought that rock music would become a dead genre and they'd have to start pandering to the part of the country too stupid to download torrents.
The keys of transitioning from modern rock to country:
Step 1:. Country fans love it when you talk about the virtues of country livin'. Even though you may have lived in a small town and completely ignored the country.
Step 2: Talk about how you love the military and wrap yourself in the flag. Even though you may have never served-- Country fans love it when you use the military for your own personal gain.
Step 3: Complain about the government and how you are you are your own man and 'don't need nobody helpin you out'. Make sure to include phrases like 'don't tread on me' because that's topical. Also, people like it when you complain about how the government is gonna take your guns and stuff--even though nobody is actually talking about doing so. Country fans love paranoia.
Step 4: Use your former fame to get former country stars to give you country cred and have them contribute really out of place parts to your track. Even though most modern country fans will have no idea who you are talking about you will maybe win over those that older fans that do.
Step 5: Talk about how your relatives were alcoholics. Every country song needs some kind of suffering... insert your old lady leaving or dog dying. Even though you most likely have never suffered in your entire life.
Step 6: Include references to guns, pick up trucks, and worn out tee-shirts. Everybody likes it when you act like you are a working man but you have most likely never worked on a farm and became rich through your former band.
I read. Five stars, but I already gave mine.
He's from Mass. How country.
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