Answered this one at least twice already, but well: No, it was not MCR. They got one song I like and aside from that the sound of their music, sort of, annoys me? And I am not even trying to be nasty, it just feels as the best way to describe it for me.
The answer to that was actually on this page, if you have your comments said to 25 per page... :/
"*ForeverTeaTime 2 days ago Hobbyist General Artist Out of the 50+ bands/artists I currently have in my playlist, there are only there are only 4 that (occasionally) have a lady doing vocals, and Evanescence isn't one of them. So no, I wasn't talking about Evanescence."
I do hope you know spamming isn't allowed on deviantART. You can have your account temporarily disabled or even banned for doing so. I also hope that you do understand that what you now suggest would indeed happen, your name is gonna be in the report just as well.
It's not a matter of learning, it's a matter of remembering. And that is the difficult part, since it is illogical to me that putting text like that is called 'bold', but the code isn't. Always had a problem remembering things that weren't logical to me, that's how I managed to not perform so well on French tests even though I studied hours for them.
But well, I've been telling this to about 5 people already. Also: I'm not sure why after this already hardly useful comment, you had to make two more with even fewer content.
The one actually kind of makes sense, but after I found out I had used the wrong one again, I kept on thinking that the only one I had read of before was (which is far less logical) and was surprised that people kept on mentioning as a possibility also. But with all these comments that have been showing up in my inbox, it must surely be harder to forget anyway from now on.
The term shock is used a bit too loosely. A lot of people, on either side (whether they like shock acts or dislike them), seem to have a difficulty seeing the difference between something that is just shocking and something that also has a message.
It leads to a few annoying things. One of them is what you mentioned: some people end up lowering shockers with a message to "just a shock rocker". Another is people who use shock to get seen and their fans praising them for doing so, even though their message value is equal to that of your average sex and party song.
Yes, and it might be difficult to establish which is which when you don't know them that well and so you might come to the wrong conclusion about a band/artist. And that's okay, as making mistakes is something everybody does, but people shouldn't get lost in their conclusions when they indeed don't know them that well (and therefore have a decent chance to be mistaken).
I'd llama you again if I could, for posting a response with some content (that on top of that isn't based on misunderstandings either )
I saw Marilyn Manson in concert once (it was at Mayhem Fest a couple years ago). He put on a good show but was kinda drunk and most of the pit left before he got on stage (he followed Slayer). Put on a good show though.
I enjoy his music. But I would say he suffers from a lot of what of pioneers do: he pushes the envelope, but then doesn't go with the genre as a whole and kind of clings to the first schtick making him a parody of himself. Teenagers often don't help either... (well some, you don't sound like the type that makes certain genres embarrassing to admit liking).
I believe he did a double-headline tour with Slayer a few years back indeed. It's nice to hear you enjoyed the show.
And I don't know about the music genre stuff. I'm not really that great with genres (and so the 'goth' thing was more regarding ideals and looks rather than music). Also I like the music a lot, but what does it for me is the lyrics, the concepts and the man. For me to like a band/artist the sound of their music does matter, but what always draws me in on the long run are the lyrics and the extras. Finally I do suppose, in other ways (than necessarily musically), I do agree with the parody of himself thing.
(By the bye, thank you for saying that last thing. Didn't expect any kind words from anybody replying to this thread after it kind of ran into a whole different direction than I had hoped.)
Out of the 50+ bands/artists I currently have in my playlist, there are only there are only 4 that (occasionally) have a lady doing vocals, and Evanescence isn't one of them. So no, I wasn't talking about Evanescence.
And, yes, so I've been told. also works. I just keep on slipping up from time to time because I find so much more logical.
Well, I am not sure, I'm not that great with defining the sound of a band. (The goth thing was mostly about idealogy and themes.)
I think looking at it, my music is music fits with what is popular amongst goths, but I don't think I mostly listen to the 'gothic rock/darkwave' stuff that originally accompanied the subculture. I do have a reasonable estasblishment of it, but I also listen a lot to industrial (metal), neo-folk, dark caberet, alternative rock, hard rock, heavy metal, glamrock, classic rock, EBM, electronic and indie rock. (last.fm tag cloud was real helpful )
And ehm, sorry, I'm not catching up? (It's late, I should be sleeping, so I'm not that clear anymore. I apologize.)
It's something like this: [link] An older example would be this: [link]
I've got periods that it is all that I listen, and then after a few days or so I'm like: Hell, this music is so boring and repetetive, I want to go back to my other music D: And then I do until the next period comes
Mmm, I think the idea of EBM is to make it more uptempo and to include more base. Though, once again, I'm not too good with genre tags so I might be conpletely wrong... as I'm mostly guessing around based on what I see as a common factor between songs I like that I experience as EBM
Yes, watching the growth and change in your taste (but also see what somehow still ties music/bands/artists that you used to like, but don't like anymore, to the music/bands/artists you like now). I think my taste has mostly widened over the years, which I think is great
No, they're not safe, and they're not toys. But that doesn't mean they should be banned. Otherwise, you might want to put knives, lawnmowers, and hammers in there too. While we're at it, swimming pools without armbands, as well.
But people don't massively use lawnmower, knives and hammers as toys.
I don't think that swimming without armbands is that dangerous, if you can actually swim. There are other potential dangerous situations in and around pools, but I suppose they're still safer than fireworks. However, I haven't really gone to a pool in years because I think it's kind of well icky to go jump into a big tank filled with water that plenty of people have peed in, and is filled with icky fat and hairy people, not to mention people with skindiseases. On top of that all this has to be done showing off too much skin to a whole bunch of strangers, of which I am sure a few are dirty old perverts. (:
But people don't use them that way. And that's why I'm in favor of taking them away, as in: Okay, y'all proved to not be able to use them in a responsible way, so then you won't be allowed to used them at all. You spoiled it for yourself.
Just today my Dad read several stories about people losing their hands and/or digits. Also about a boy getting a piece of firework (accidentally) thrown in his jacket (by means of the collar) and having half his back burned. A friend of mine got shot at with a little rocket from a driving car and I saw a street light that had been blown up out of the ground by the side of the road today when walking to my gran. And I am sure these are just a few of the stories of what went wrong with fireworks THIS YEAR. :/
There'll be people who always do dumb stuff with whatever. Pool cues for instance. I recall my sister telling me that some kids were playing with then and everything went horribly wrong. Without giving too much away, paramedics were called, and I'm fairly sure the kid is blind now. Should we ban them outright because people were immature or failing to look after their kids? Of course not. You could probably injure or kill yourself with anything if you try hard enough. There's a reason they're not sold to under 18s.
Well, yes, if we have to ban anything after it goes wrong once, then I'd agree with you. But it's not just one accident that we're talking about, and I think that at some point you have to decide that a number of accidents caused by one specific thing is no longer tollerable. That it is no longer reasonable to not take action. It is debatable, of course, when that number is reached. I think that number is reached now.
And well, here they're sold to people older than 16... Though during the daytime it's mostly actual kids lighting fireworks (around midnight it's mostly slightly drunk men). I do think that most accidents occur with people in their midteens. Perhaps instead of making them illegal all at once, a first measure could be to raise the buying age to 18 and make it illegal for people under 18 to light fireworks without supervision or something. For kids younger than 13, parents could be the ones getting the trouble if their kids are outside doing it unsupervised. For those between 13 and 18 they themselves would be held responsible for not obeying the law. Then see how it goes... If it's still a mess then I'd be in favour of taking them away from everybody still.
You know that I have never in my life heard an adult say such a thing? It's always been people who got a year or two on you that feel the need to go around shouting this to people who are younger than them to establish confidence about their own behaviour.
I am just trying to say, but saying what you just did, to me your opinion lost all credibility. Also I feel pretty confident about who I am, what I believe and how I act right now. So you implying I am 'childish' really is near to meaningless for me.
What, because I don't get on my knees and beg you to teach me all about life after you make a comment that I need to grow up when I complain about not liking people that hate on things based on nothing but assumptions and misinformation? I am ignorant because I don't like you to tell me that I need to grow up because I complain how I don't like, well, pretty much, ehm, ignorance?
You are a brain-dead, whiny little twerp. That is self-evident. You can throw petulant words at me, by the dozen, by the gross, whatever. You are what you are and I see little to no hope for you. Go crawl back in your pitiful hole and continue to feel sorry for yourself.
The point is, I am not AT ALL feeling sorry for myself. I'm happy with who I am and I am not letting your words, which you cannot even seem to back up, get to me. It seems this irritates you, as your accusations get wilder by the minute, again with no support whatsoever of why this would be true. Plus you absolutely fail to answer any of my questions or comment on any of the things I say. So actually, you're just piling up on my idea that those who go running around and making the loudest accusations towards others being childish and stupid, are just seeing mirrors in the eyes of those people.