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post #151 of 174
Came across a show of people do insane bike stunts while flipping around channels yesterday, and during one of the commercials I found a new entry in this insane contest: I'm in Miami Trick by LMFAO.

With such inspired lyrics as "You look kinda cute; in that polka dot bikini girrrrrrrl. This what I wanna do; take off that polka dot bikini girrrrrrl." I refuse to believe this is real. People don't actually listen to this and call it music, do they? Have I become a curmudgeonly old man, saying stuff like "I don't know why kids get into their raps these days? That ain't music!" while shaking my fist? Or are teenagers these days just tone deaf?
post #152 of 174

I need to resurrect this thread to give you this:

 

 

EURO NEURO by Rambo Amadeus. The worst song I've ever heard. I find something comforting in that, having gazed into the abyss.

post #153 of 174

Ahh, the Eurovision contest. So much trash concentrated into such a small amount of time. The only time I had any fun, even going so far as voting, with it was when we were hosting it and Lordi won.

post #154 of 174

I'm a seasoned Eurovision-follower and thought I was prepared to endure some serious shit. But the good people of Montenegro floored me with their guy. You could argue that Rambo Amadeus isn't even music but an aural weapon of mass destruction.

 

The Greek "aphrodisiac"-song isn't too bad.

post #155 of 174

Rambo Amadeus is the Tommy Wiseau of bedroom musicians. He inexplicably had enough cash to hire real musicians to play his shit.

 

Reminds me of this:

post #156 of 174
Quote:
Originally Posted by Virtanen View Post

I need to resurrect this thread to give you this:

 

 

EURO NEURO by Rambo Amadeus. The worst song I've ever heard. I find something comforting in that, having gazed into the abyss.

 

I am 12 years old and what is this

post #157 of 174

That, my friend, is the end of your childhood. And your sense of hearing.

post #158 of 174

Oh. Oh god.  Whatever I did, I'M SORRY!  I'M SO SORRY

post #159 of 174

The Wiseau-comparison is pretty apt. This wouldn't be out of place somewhere in there:

post #160 of 174
Quote:
Originally Posted by Virtanen View Post

I need to resurrect this thread to give you this:

 

 

EURO NEURO by Rambo Amadeus. The worst song I've ever heard. I find something comforting in that, having gazed into the abyss.

 

This is obviously a peek into that awful alternate Earth where Fred Durst was born in Montenegro.

post #161 of 174

Estonia's candidate for the Eurovision song contest. Even though this is definitely a song that kills all music, make no mistake: THIS. IS. AWESOME.

 

 

post #162 of 174

...we've just received news that the stupid and deaf Estonians chose some girly ballad as their contest song. Over this. Which has wire-fu, trash metal, leotards and fucking Chewbacca on vocals. In the words of William Hurt: HOW DO YOU FUCK THAT UP?

post #163 of 174

Continuing to hijack this thread to post more Eurovision goodness. This is blasphemy! This is madness! This. Is. CEZAR!

 

post #164 of 174

Another year has passed and lo and behold, it's Eurovision time again! The national contests are still on, but I will eat my index fingers if this won't represent us in Vienna:

 

 

Who the hell can still say the Eurovision song contest is retarded? 

post #165 of 174

Ha, I opened this thread expecting to see a load of people getting snobby over some harmless pop fluff, but then I realised the OP was talking about BrokeNCYDE. That band actually is the end of culture. It's the end of everything...

post #166 of 174

Dear Lord, I didn't know BrokeNCYDE still exists. Even though "Phat J" has apparently left the band to pursue a solo career, and now it's just "Mikl", "Se7en", "Ace Neroexistence" and "Psuy?". I've always thought I have a pretty good tolerance to what my kids will listen when they hit their teens, but if they become Phat J -fans I will disown the bastards.

post #167 of 174

Remember Chocolate Rain?   Tay Zonday is still out there killing it.   I hear he plays weddings...

 

post #168 of 174
Behold! Rejoice! David Hasselhoff approves PKN!

"An inspiration to us all!"
Edited by Virtanen - 4/6/15 at 12:57pm
post #169 of 174
Quote:
Originally Posted by Virtanen View Post

Behold! Rejoice! David Hasselhoff approves PKN!

"An inspiration to us all!"

Everything about that is wonderful, from the core concept of what the band's about to the thought of the crowd waiting an hour for stage set-up for an 85-second song.
post #170 of 174

The song's pretty decent too. Though next to the other songs at the national contest, it sounded like hearing Stairway to Heaven for the very first time. In a meta-move, it's "the song that killed the songs that killed music".

post #171 of 174

...and here's Eurovision's official link to the song, with English subtitles. Some Bob Dylan -level genius there.

 

post #172 of 174

I'd just like to say that I'm having a fuck of a good time lurking in this thread and using the selections to troll my friends.

post #173 of 174

Another PKN supporter has come out of the closet: Tom Morello!

 

Tonight PKN is on fire as the Eurovision song contest kicks off with the first semifinal. Whoever wins, we lose.

post #174 of 174

What a fine day it is to find this gem from brokeNCYDE's wiki-page:

 

Quote:
In December 2014, Brokencyde launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, seeking US$30,000 to help fund the recording and marketing of a new album. By the time the funding period ended in February 2015, the band only managed to raise US$1,421 from 33 backers — less than 5% of their intended goal. Nevertheless, the group still self-released a 23-track album titled All Grown Up.

 

Good for them, I guess. Stay on your path and follow your dreamz. But... "she's in love with the coco in her semen"?

 

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