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Reply #30 posted 05/24/17 11:14am

paisleypark4

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MotownSubdivision said:

If that new new song is the one I think it is (and it likely is... "Swish Swash" I think is its name) then it's about Taylor Swift. I read an article earlier where Katy actually gives the details of her and Taylor's "beef" and the rumor I heard before turned out to be true... Their little scuffle apparently has been over backup dancers of all things rolleyes Read more here: https://www.google.com/am...462417/amp

Yup. i like the song even more knowing that its a diss track about Taylor Swift. It also has this performace that absolutley slayed me once again. Swift should know her dancers need to get coins one way or another...but i understand why she is upset.

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Reply #31 posted 05/25/17 8:37am

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I like this song actually but the cannibalism angle I cannot take. It is hinted at in the video AND the SNL performance.

I hated the Tom Petty video too.

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Reply #32 posted 05/27/17 8:31am

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Bon Appetit and Swish sound very much like Azealia Banks.
"It means finding the very human narrative of a man navigating between idealism and pragmatism, faith and politics, non-violence, the pitfalls of acclaim as the perils of rejection" – Lesley Hazleton on the first muslim, the prophet.
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Reply #33 posted 05/27/17 8:51am

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"It means finding the very human narrative of a man navigating between idealism and pragmatism, faith and politics, non-violence, the pitfalls of acclaim as the perils of rejection" – Lesley Hazleton on the first muslim, the prophet.
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Reply #34 posted 05/28/17 10:59am

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Cinny said:

I like this song actually but the cannibalism angle I cannot take. It is hinted at in the video AND the SNL performance.

I hated the Tom Petty video too.

It's quite creepy.

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Reply #35 posted 05/28/17 11:00am

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"Another one in the casket" line sounds just as Another One In The Dust.

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Reply #36 posted 06/12/17 6:18pm

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The music industry has gone to hell. Katy went to the dark side with the rest of the lumi-puppets. Disgusting! She's posessed.

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https://vigilantcitizen.c...aty-perry/

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Reply #37 posted 06/12/17 6:36pm

Superfan1984

cloveringold85 said:

The music industry has gone to hell. Katy went to the dark side with the rest of the lumi-puppets. Disgusting! She's posessed.

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https://vigilantcitizen.c...aty-perry/

Aren't her parents ministers? What the crap?

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Reply #38 posted 06/13/17 3:56am

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cloveringold85 said:

The music industry has gone to hell. Katy went to the dark side with the rest of the lumi-puppets. Disgusting! She's posessed.


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https://vigilantcitizen.c...aty-perry/



LOLOL

The best part of the illumanti isn't that they secretely control the entire world and faked 9/11 it's that they've made a fun scavenger hunt of it all.
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Reply #39 posted 06/13/17 8:57am

RJOrion

this that shit tbat makes me want to leave music alone forever...the demonry has become way too prevalent...not just the visuals either...alot of the recent/current music even has a spiritually dark feel to it...like never b4
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Reply #40 posted 06/13/17 10:35am

Superfan1984

Why is it evil? I just don't understand why they want to go that route? Why? Can't we have good music without the dark undertones?

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Reply #41 posted 06/13/17 4:35pm

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Superfan1984 said:

cloveringold85 said:

The music industry has gone to hell. Katy went to the dark side with the rest of the lumi-puppets. Disgusting! She's posessed.

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https://vigilantcitizen.c...aty-perry/

Aren't her parents ministers? What the crap?

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Yea, but that doesn't matter nowadays. rolleyes

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Reply #42 posted 06/13/17 4:37pm

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Superfan1984 said:

Why is it evil? I just don't understand why they want to go that route? Why? Can't we have good music without the dark undertones?

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There is still some good artists out there; you just gotta seek them out, and not on mainstream/radio. I'm not a fan of Katy's, but when I see good artists gone bad, it's just so sad. A waste of talent.

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Reply #43 posted 06/13/17 5:39pm

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This is why I don't listen to any of the mainstream stuff and haven't for years. I just listen to a lot of jazz, lots of Prince, Ella Fitzgerald, Diana Washington... I just can't with the stuff of today- confused

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Reply #44 posted 06/13/17 5:47pm

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Superfan1984 said:

This is why I don't listen to any of the mainstream stuff and haven't for years. I just listen to a lot of jazz, lots of Prince, Ella Fitzgerald, Diana Washington... I just can't with the stuff of today- confused

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I agree; there are very few artists that I like in mainstream music nowadays. There are so many good artists that never get any recognition. And, this is what Prince always tried to do -- promote good talent.

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Oh, you have excellent taste there!! lol

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Reply #45 posted 06/13/17 6:03pm

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thank you biggrin

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Reply #46 posted 06/13/17 6:05pm

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I just can't with the stuff of today- confused

Pretty much whatever people are singing about now, people sang about then, sometimes in code or double entendres.

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Reply #47 posted 06/13/17 6:37pm

Superfan1984

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Superfan1984 said:

I just can't with the stuff of today- confused

Pretty much whatever people are singing about now, people sang about then, sometimes in code or double entendres.

yes, I've heard that. I listened to John Todd on Youtube- back from the 70's talking about how they put these messages in music back then, even. confused Honestly, sometimes I can't believe the stuff that's coming out now and that we're talking about now. Can someone please teleport me back to 1986 when the world at least seemed light and fluffy? lol.. Now we're eating people in videos.. .wtf?

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Reply #48 posted 06/13/17 6:42pm

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Superfan1984 said:

MickyDolenz said:

Pretty much whatever people are singing about now, people sang about then, sometimes in code or double entendres.

yes, I've heard that. I listened to John Todd on Youtube- back from the 70's talking about how they put these messages in music back then, even. confused Honestly, sometimes I can't believe the stuff that's coming out now and that we're talking about now. Can someone please teleport me back to 1986 when the world at least seemed light and fluffy? lol.. Now we're eating people in videos.. .wtf?

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Yea, the backmasking (vocals recorded backwards) I think they call it. Led Zeppelin was famous for that. Prince did it too, and many others.

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This was SO creepy: eek

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"Darling Nikki" (album) "Hello, how are you? I'm fine. 'Cause I know that the Lord is coming soon. Coming, coming soon", followed by thirty-seven "hah"s.[49] At the end of the track with the sound of rain and wind. The message appears to be in sharp contrast to the rest of the sexually laden song[6] but is more likely a simple double-entendre.

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Here's a whole list of some:

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https://en.wikipedia.org/...d_messages

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Reply #49 posted 06/13/17 7:23pm

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Superfan1984 said:

I just can't with the stuff of today- confused

Pretty much whatever people are singing about now, people sang about then, sometimes in code or double entendres.

thats my point though...it used to be more subtle and veiled...now its just overt and raw... too much shock value defiles the art...

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Reply #50 posted 06/13/17 7:55pm

MickyDolenz

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thats my point though...it used to be more subtle and veiled...now its just overt and raw... too much shock value defiles the art...

Not necessarily so, like Lucille Bogan in the 1920s & 30s. Also in the early years of the recording industry "coon songs" were really popular like they were in vaudeville. The first black recording star is George W. Johnson and his big hit was called The Laughing Coon. There's old blues & jazz songs with titles like Cocaine Blues, Weed Smoker's Dream, It's Tight Like That, etc. that were popular on jukeboxes in clubs & juke joints. There's what was called "party records" that were done by comedians like Redd Foxx in the 1950s. The original lyrics for Little Richard's Tutti Frutti that he performed before recording it were different.

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Reply #51 posted 06/16/17 5:38pm

MickyDolenz

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Reply #52 posted 06/18/17 7:48am

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People here are complaining about 'dark energy' in pop music? Maybe I'm biased because I grew up listening to some ridiculous 80's metal, but c'mon guys, it's just music lol

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Reply #53 posted 06/19/17 12:49am

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mbdtyler said:

People here are complaining about 'dark energy' in pop music? Maybe I'm biased because I grew up listening to some ridiculous 80's metal, but c'mon guys, it's just music lol

kids today wha?

Back in my day we used to burn down churches after listening to a bit of Burzum lol

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Reply #54 posted 06/19/17 2:06pm

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jaawwnn said:

mbdtyler said:

People here are complaining about 'dark energy' in pop music? Maybe I'm biased because I grew up listening to some ridiculous 80's metal, but c'mon guys, it's just music lol

kids today wha?

Back in my day we used to burn down churches after listening to a bit of Burzum lol

Good to know those days are long gone.

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Reply #55 posted 06/29/17 1:59pm

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