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A song worse than Rebecca Blacks - Friday?!

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So, it's official! Someone has had the audacity to create a music video and song that rivals non-other than the horrific demonic inspired song by that Satan's spawn Rebecca Black!! In case you're not sure whom Rebecca Black is and her song "Friday" you can find it here:

click"http://youtu.be/kfVsfOSbJY0"click

-- (WARNING! CLICK IF YOU DARE!)

I now give you the newest video that may rival Satan's daughter, Rebecca Black's song...

Alison Gold - I Love Chinese Food (yes, a song about Chinese food)

I'm sorry everyone for having to be the one to introduce you to what may be the THING that begins the apocalypse! :tu:

-Cheers

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this one still makes me laugh more

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I am always confused by adults who feel better about themselves after making fun of 14 year olds

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well maybe they shouldn't make terrible songs about days of the week or food.

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I am always confused by adults who feel better about themselves after making fun of 14 year olds

lol! Oh geez! Lighten up.... These "14yo girls" thrust themselves into the limelight and public eye with some of the most horrifically written and produced songs/video's that have EVER hit the planet Earth. And these aren't produced for kids their age. They're not made for Disney, or Nick, or some such kids teen networks. These are produced and published on adult networks and aired on such media. So, just like ANY artist, they are being judged just as we would Eminem/Nickleback/ or ANY "artists!"

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well maybe they shouldn't make terrible songs about days of the week or food.

lol! Yes! And typical of this day and age. One cannot simply have a laugh and enjoy themselves with others without having to defend their reasoning and come under scrutiny. VERY tired of the "Politically Correct" how dare ANYONE ever have a laugh at someone else or something else that may be deemed "inappropriate" by the Politically Correct Police! Pathetic

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Isn't the guy at the beginning of the video speaking Korean?

I could be wrong. Sound at my end is not great

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You've never heard of Jan Terri then....

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When I was 14 years old my friends and I were listening to better music than these. Come to think of it, any music is better than these. Well, I can't really say that, as I've heard lots of songs comparable in quality to these three in different ways.

See, this really isn't music at all. It's a manufactured product, in that its sole reason for being is to make money for someone. There is no difference between these songs and corn flakes or dish washing soap or washing machines.

This is the correct way to understand this stuff.

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You've never heard of Jan Terri then....

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Oh yea, this woman is TERRIBLE! lol!!1 Forgot about her!!

When I was 14 years old my friends and I were listening to better music than these. Come to think of it, any music is better than these. Well, I can't really say that, as I've heard lots of songs comparable in quality to these three in different ways.

See, this really isn't music at all. It's a manufactured product, in that its sole reason for being is to make money for someone. There is no difference between these songs and corn flakes or dish washing soap or washing machines.

This is the correct way to understand this stuff.

lol! Very well put!

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lol! Oh geez! Lighten up.... These "14yo girls" thrust themselves into the limelight and public eye with some of the most horrifically written and produced songs/video's that have EVER hit the planet Earth. And these aren't produced for kids their age. They're not made for Disney, or Nick, or some such kids teen networks. These are produced and published on adult networks and aired on such media. So, just like ANY artist, they are being judged just as we would Eminem/Nickleback/ or ANY "artists!"

Actually, Patrice Wilson seems to be the mastermind behind these messes. He happened to write and produce both ladies' (Rebecca and this Chinese food loving girl) tracks. It is pretty clear in my opinion that he knew exactly what he was doing with this song. It really seems like exploitation,

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See, this really isn't music at all. It's a manufactured product, in that its sole reason for being is to make money for someone. There is no difference between these songs and corn flakes or dish washing soap or washing machines.

I heard notes of varying pitch and tempo going together. The intent of the production team doesn't determine whether a song you do or don't like is music. Don't like it; fine. It's a ridiculous song. But don't say it's not music. That's bull****.

Adding in that many of the acts you enjoyed 'back in the day' were manufactured projects to make money, too. They also enjoyed what they did. Do you think these artists feel that differently?

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I always kinda liked MacArthur Park. Interesting arrangement, four different movements and very good musicians playing. Written by Jimmy Webb who wrote many hit songs recorded by many famous artists. He wrote the song after breaking up with his girlfriend, he took the song seriously.

A much better version by the great Glen Campbell, who had many Jimmy Webb written hits. I think this excellent version makes this a reputable song. Starts at :27

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I heard notes of varying pitch and tempo going together. The intent of the production team doesn't determine whether a song you do or don't like is music. Don't like it; fine. It's a ridiculous song. But don't say it's not music. That's bull****.

Adding in that many of the acts you enjoyed 'back in the day' were manufactured projects to make money, too. They also enjoyed what they did. Do you think these artists feel that differently?

All songs are out there to make money, and designed to reach an audience. However, I think it depends on the level of manipulation that is important. These songs listed here are merely manipulated sound with commercialism as intent and nothing else.

I suppose we could ask ourselves what music is. In my view, music comes from the intellect, emotion and soul of the artist. When this is not evident, the result is organized sound, not music. This is my opinion, of course, but having been a working musician all my adult life, I have some confidence in this opinion. I don't want to sound arrogant here. Maybe I'm just a foolish elitist in some things.

I always seem to get in trouble when I post about music, anyway. lol My mother used to like paintings that were 'pretty pictures', and I disagreed with her taste in art. She enjoyed her paintings, so maybe it doesn't really matter. If you're happy with what you like, who am I to discourage you? I'm nobody important to you.

I just think some definition of quality, maybe depth of intellect and emotional content, matter to me. If it's bull, so be it.

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All songs are out there to make money, and designed to reach an audience. However, I think it depends on the level of manipulation that is important. These songs listed here are merely manipulated sound with commercialism as intent and nothing else.

I suppose we could ask ourselves what music is. In my view, music comes from the intellect, emotion and soul of the artist.

You left out an important player in that equation: the listener. If a song brings out emotion and soul in the listener, despite the artists intent, your musical explanation is still accounted for. You just have to switch the word artist for listener. But all that is irrelevant anyway, if we stick to the textbook definition of music, which doesn't necessarily have to do with emotion and/or soul, though I agree that you're right. I have no credentials other than a love for music. Sometimes 'credentials' otherwise can lead to negative predispositions and skewed views.

I just think some definition of quality, maybe depth of intellect and emotional content, matter to me. If it's bull, so be it.

That isn't bull, but to say your personal opinion is a universal truth for all of us, and the "correct" way to view things, that's when it stinks.

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That isn't bull, but to say your personal opinion is a universal truth for all of us, and the "correct" way to view things, that's when it stinks

Yes, I know I get too pedantic sometimes. Isn't it interesting thought how one is so emotionally involved in one's personal taste in music. I was a member of another forum similar to UM, and I posted, innocently I thought, that death metal songs all sounded alike to me, and that a lot of bands were just producing the same old thing over and over just to ride on the genre band wagon.

I can't tell you how viciously I was attacked to say such a thing. I finally just quit the forum, as the owner was a death metal enthusiast. I thought it was kind of funny, myself. So we do become emotionally attached to the music we relate to. Criticize the music and you're criticizing me sort of thing.

I still like the bubblegum song. "Yummy Yummy Yummy I Have Love In My Tummy", which is a pretty stupid song and doesn't meet my strict definition of music, bit it was a song on the radio when I was young, and as a listener I just grooved with the melody, I suppose. Innocent fun stuff. When Disco became popular I didn't like it as music, but still I understood how much fun it was to dance to.

In the end, there is Yummy Yummy and there is Beethoven. One is frivolous and one is deeply meaningful. Both can touch us emotionally on different emotional levels. I just think we can understand the difference, and maybe not identify either one with ourselves too much. Death Metal songs may be generally redundant, and if I point this out to someone, I would expect an objective response, not a fury of personal insult and intense anger.

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Wow, what catchy tunes, and I thought I was e_v_i_l_...muahhahha

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