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like when my old housemate said "Atmosphere" by Joy Division sounded like the Baywatch themetune
playing music on a phone without earphones.
like on 'All I Know' by the screaming Trees where it sounds like the band are jamming their arses off and just faded out for sake of brevity.
the one I dislike the most is on one of my favourite songs. Jane Doe, from the album of the same name, it's a song that should end on a bang, not just fading into the background.
Fucking cowbell. You hear it once in any given song and it's all you'll ever hear again on future listens
Essential to the sound!
hasn't spoilt it for me
being involved. The man's voice is like nails down the chalkboard of my soul.
ABANDOOOOON YOU (Breath)
in this thread after all!
on video or television.
amazing stage set up by god the instruments were miming.
And comedy growls
[strike which does not apply]
Fern saying they like it
she shaves more than me...probably
autotune/robot effect, ukulele, what ever the fuck that tube thing is people sing into creating that horrendous effect, those little plastic piano things with the same mouth tubes attached, saxophone (with the exception of "Hearts on Fire" by Cut Copy
apart from with the autotune/vocodery thing, I managed to get over it on Some Crazy bastard Wants to Hit Me by They Might be Giants: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sJCQ_BUksM
Sufjan Stevens....... Seven Swans is very Christian......and I love it lots.....
...but since I'm a fan of Low, Sufjan, Woven Hand, 16 Horsepower, Nick Cave, Bach, Mozart, Retribution Gospel Choir and just about the entire canon of bluegrass, I've had to get over it.
because whenever I then read or hear said phrase, the intro to the namesake song always comes on in my head. 14 Days by Life Without Buildings is a good example of this. As much as I like the song, it's quite irritating.
before each note.
This has on many occasions temporarily ruined songs/records for me.
Coffee ads ruined "Our House" for me. What an amazing song from a fantastic band, and I can't throw it on anymore without thinking of middle-aged nobodies rocking in their rocking chairs smiling at how the world will see them for who they really are: your friendly neighborhood Weird Al Yankee-vic.
There was a frequently played Insurance ad with the Buzzcock's "Everybody's Happy Nowadays" playing the background. That made me crazy every time I heard it. Came damn close to ruining that song.
TSH TSH FUCK OFF.
I'm going to buy some more Urge Overkill off of Ebay right now.
Those LPs are my pride and joy.