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Got soooooo many complaints, was totally worth it though!
So I made an awesome Modeselektor/!!!/Subtle mixtape, everyone loved it!
It would make a change from the other ones.
more inappropriate supermarket songs pls. I wanna get in the newspaper.
I hate that song. It typifies everything I dislike about music. Immature little children music. "Fuck you I won't do what you tell me."
Oooooooooooooh! How NAUGHTY!
and offensive funk, the rebels!
Out Of Context Award:
"The left-wing rockers had planned to play at a convention called the Ripple Effect all-dayer, which was held to coincide with the Republican Party Convention. When prevented from playing the band marched through the streets with a megaphone, as fans chanted their songs.
Asda said it had not received any more complaints about the incident."
The marching kind!
But it does set a context - that they're a bunch of silly little men who need to grow up a bit, and that the music they produce is awful.
ratm were the band that got me into music properly, nothing wrong with a bit of lefty/teenage rebellion music.
link is lolworthy, little englanders offended by cursing - hold front page.
'It is insupportable and, like the BBC, somebody has to be held to account. Children now are open to all sorts, but to get it from Asda is ridiculous'
i mean sure...those beatniks at the beeb....they push and push, but not asda...not lovely safe haven of bouncy brushed bun delight asda.
come on love. they've been sexually suggestive for years with their wink wink fancy a bit of anal wink wink botty slaps. dont be so naive young lady.
try something different today!
Oh dear now all the contaminated toys will have to be thrown away as they will have become infused with badness
If at the age of 27, the use of the word 'fuck' incenses you so much that you feel the need to complain to the appropriate authority 3 times in quick succession AND go to the press, you may as well kill yourself. This behaviour is only acceptable at the age of 40+.
Yeah, I went there.
blowing fag smoke in there tiny innocent faces anyway.
pretty upmarket round hither...
you usually see obese people filling their trolleys with oven chips and coke.
recruitment consultant who took offence at swear words, I'd kill myself.
good on them. i hate the naive, damp-sounding, completely and utterly apathetic, dead music they normally put on in shops, just to lull the consumer generation into buying crap things they don't really need, while they wander around half-asleep looking for the next bargain deal.
ratm tell it like it is. morons in asda need to hear that kind of thing.
i'm here til tuesday
i wasn't? 'generation' is a collective term. while it still continues to go on around us, we're all part of this rubbish. i'm saying that bands/figures such as rage, radiohead, bill hicks...etc... have woken up and realised that this is the case, and that's what they're speaking out about, that it isn't politicians that control the world, it's these massive faceless companies that have the real say on what we buy, what we eat, how we dress, what we're offended by or not offended by...etc...
And their reasoning is perfectly logical.
and they were of an age to question it. But slightly over the top reaction from Nicola Gagging.
I find their normal musical faire pretty offensive and preferred the days when you didn't have music piped everywhere. Even book shops seem to do it now.
But frankly whatever high ground she might have had over the content of the music she lost by her utterly pathetic method of complaint and attempts to blow it out of all proportion.
the shop assistant yelled "FUCK YOU I WONT DO WHAT YOU TELL ME" 16 times in the woman's face
I used to shop there as a student.
I'd be OUTRAGED if I heard killing in the name of...