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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by D'Snowth, Nov 30, 2011.
Right now it's Love Yourself by Justin Bieber.
I'm sorry, but I just don't like the saxophone in this. I used to like it a lot though.
You know, it's funny a year or so ago, I bought the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack, because I loved all the music in that movie. Well at least I thought I did, because I've learned I actually really don't like that song "Escape" or rather "the Piña Colada song" by Rupert Holmes. I don't know why, but I've just grown to really not like that song.
That song sounds like he's trying to rip off Uncle Kracker's "Follow Me." The refrain from both songs (as well as the vocals) sound almost identical.
The songs Starving and Photograph sound like the song as well.
Not only is this song on the radio all the time, but it's essentially Ed Sheeran singing about treating women like objects and fornicating.
Oh yes. I'm getting sick of the song already myself, even though I'm an Ed Sheeran fan.
YouTube's original anthem. My friend won't stop playing this song and it gets extremely annoying. Not to mention that I've heard it on every freaking YouTube video that came out from 2008 to 2011:
I just love that song though. I'm sorry.
It's okay. The song isn't that bad sound wise, it's just overused on the Internet.
I don't blame you for that. It's just like how right now, songs are constantly overplayed on the radio.
Pretty much everything by Taylor Swift...which unfortunately the crap Muzak station on the PA at my workplace plays in heavy rotation. Shallow teen pettiness which has no business among adults. I know this isn't a popular stance, but every lyric of hers makes me want to force her to grow up and acknowledge that other people exist...
Yeah, we have problems like that as well with one of our location radio stations that plays, "Today's hits, and all your favorites!" At times, they feel like the "All-Taylor All the Time" station.
They also have a problem with playing only one certain song from other artists over and over and over again . . . like we know Adele's got albums full of tracks, yet it's like "Send My Love" is her only song on the radio right now. Same with Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen: both of them finally have other songs now, and yet it's only "Royals" and "Call Me Maybe" they always play on the radio . . . the latter of which is suddenly popular again, for whatever reason, because it's on all the time again.
And don't even get me started on Meghan Trainor and her annoy and overly auto-tuned robot voice.
What? Call Me Maybe is popular in your area again? OMG, i'm so sorry!
To be fair, "Royals" is a great song.
I much prefer Weird Al's version:
To be fair, I don't dislike "Royals," but, heh, the story about Lorde really amuses me, because not too long ago, she was in an Uber, and she got upset because the driver didn't recognize her as a celebrity (this after he kept telling her about his previous passenger was a celebrity) . . . even though at that time, "Royals" was pretty much her only song, lol. So, maybe now that she has more songs, she'll get more of the recognition she feels she deserves.
I am so sick of that song, too! They probably play it on the radio at least 20 times a day.
Okay, I'm sick of "Scars to Your Beautiful."
It's not a bad song at all, but I mean it's on the radio every single fricken day, sometimes twice a day, and that can get very tiring.
ANYTHING by Justin Bieber. Just hearing him makes me want to gouge my eardrums out with a spork. This is why I don't listen to the radio anymore. Long live my iPod!
"The Christmas Shoes." Ugh, I hate that song.
I'm not too crazy about anything by N'Sync, the Backstreet Boys, or Britney Spears, either, actually. Try being a Monkees fan surrounded by these groups in high school. I was constantly picked on for my tastes in music/television/etc.
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