Discussion in 'Movies' started by Xioushi, May 9, 2009.
This actually made me laugh out loud. People around me started staring. Awkward...
I never liked them and I never will, you guys should listen to real hip hop/"rap" or if you're going to listen to "party rap" listen to mash up artists like Girl Talk, Diplo, and Boy 8-Bit.
I don't listen to anything because of it's genre. Therefore I don't care for whatever you define as "hip hop/rap". I listen to what I think sounds good.
And Girl Talk? haha... seriously?
I'll stick with 3OH!3
Waking the Cadaver > 3OH!3
3OH!3 is for scene kids with ---- music taste, less than creative lyrics and more than simple beats and you call that music? I don't mean to sound like an elitist nor am I trying to glorify Girl Talk but if you think the crap that is indeed 3OH!3 is better than Girl Talk you should check out your music taste
Come on, drum machines and inhale brees? Listen to full band if you're listening to grind
Grind is trash apart from 1-3 bands.
I'm just saying, 3OH!3 is such garbage that I think Waking The Cadaver is better .
Holy judgemental people.
3Oh!3 have undeniabley awesome beats, which is why they have catchy songs, and why alot of people like them.
I LOL at the guy who said "Listen to Girl Talk." I do. They're not the same type of music AT ALL.
And I also LOL at all the people who say "Old." You don't need to try and sound indie, it's a forum, no one cares.
I can deny their "awesome beats".
Lol awesome beats...
Passion Pit > 3Oh!3
Hell, even Breathe Carolina > 3Oh!3
K here's what I'm gonna do:
Beethoven > 3OH!3.
Bach was clearly better than Beethoven he just had better beats that him.
you know songs you can actually dance too.
so Bach > Beethoven
Handel had way more dance beats then Bach and Beethoven
Nothing gets me going more than Pastoral Symphony
You're all wrong. Tchaikovsky was the best. He used cannons to make his beats.
Tchaikovsky did use cannons but he was also a hopeless romantic
Gustav Mahler on the other hand used a huge hammer and a board
his beats were litteraly groundbreaking.
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