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Old 07-27-2010, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Why house music > rap or rock in one song

Minus the fact the song is unbelievable.......most won't know, but if you've ever seen girls get down to this music, you'll never wanna listen to anything else.....not your silly top 40 house mixes....this is for the people with taste and who really wanna get funky.

Sweating just imagining hearing this live right now with thousands of others.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy9wuCujOXM

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Old 07-27-2010, 06:16 PM   #2
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Minus the fact the song is unbelievable.......most won't know, but if you've ever seen girls get down to this music, you'll never wanna listen to anything else.....not your silly top 40 house mixes....this is for the people with taste and who really wanna get funky.

Sweating just imagining hearing this live right now with thousands of others.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy9wuCujOXM


take some Ecstasy while your at it.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:17 PM   #3
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Default Re: Why house music > rap or rock in one song

It's great for clubs but I can't listen to this stuff when I'm alone.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:28 PM   #4
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Minus the fact the song is unbelievable.......most won't know, but if you've ever seen girls get down to this music, you'll never wanna listen to anything else.....not your silly top 40 house mixes....this is for the people with taste and who really wanna get funky.

Sweating just imagining hearing this live right now with thousands of others.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy9wuCujOXM
live? uhm, ok.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:33 PM   #5
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live? uhm, ok.

You have something to say...I can tell....hmmmmmm, what could that be?

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It's great for clubs but I can't listen to this stuff when I'm alone

Do you even go to clubs that play this shit? lol

btw, I was listening to it in my den all by myself. Hope that isn't a poor comment on myself. lol
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:35 PM   #6
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You have something to say...I can tell....hmmmmmm, what could that be?



Do you even go to clubs that play this shit? lol

btw, I was listening to it in my den all by myself. Hope that isn't a poor comment on myself. lol
well.
A) that song was really boring. Probably took the dude about as long as the track is to make it.
B) watching a DJ spin isnt "live". Sorry.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:38 PM   #7
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well.
A) that song was really boring. Probably took the dude about as long as the track is to make it.
B) watching a DJ spin isnt "live". Sorry.

Ya, it's live. Being a snob can also make you a complete idiot. Just saying...

You have no idea how to make music like this so why insist coming off like an idiot...again...?
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Ya, it's live. Being a snob can also make you a complete idiot. Just saying...

You have no idea how to make music like this so why insist coming off like an idiot...again...?
dont I? I was going to raves before you were probably even born. and I have friends who are in fact DJs (no, not the club kind). So, yeah, I think I know a little about it. and probably more than you.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:43 PM   #9
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dont I? I was going to raves before you were probably even born. and I have friends who are in fact DJs (no, not the club kind). So, yeah, I think I know a little about it. and probably more than you.

You absolutely do not know how to make this type of music let alone more than me. lol

Great, you went to raves. Many people who don't know about the music or care about the music go just to have fun with friends....congrats on being like everyone else. lol
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:44 PM   #10
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Do you even go to clubs that play this shit? lol

btw, I was listening to it in my den all by myself. Hope that isn't a poor comment on myself. lol

Not frequently but when I was in france a couple of times and once at a party around galesburg. And dorm parties in nyc.

To be real, house music isn't that exciting to me. It's very monotonic imo. when I'm listening to music on my own I prefer music with great lyrics and have some emotional investment.
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wasn't bad, needs more synth
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You absolutely do not know how to make this type of music let alone more than me. lol

Great, you went to raves. Many people who don't know about the music or care about the music go just to have fun with friends....congrats on being like everyone else. lol
you are so full of yourself. you house purist. "Im not here to dance and have fun, Im here for the awesome counterpoint and polyrhythms."

link us something you've made then douchebag.
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Old 07-27-2010, 06:50 PM   #13
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.this is for the people with taste and who really wanna get funky.
oh yeah, Im the snob in here. Re-read your first post, you come across like a total asshat. Oh wait, thats exactly what you are.
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:54 PM   #14
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i like the cut of the op's jib. good call op, nice choon.

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Old 07-27-2010, 07:55 PM   #15
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you are so full of yourself. you house purist. "Im not here to dance and have fun, Im here for the awesome counterpoint and polyrhythms."

link us something you've made then douchebag.

Really? lol

My point was going to a rave before I was born does not mean you know shit all about house music. It's not about me saying I know everything, it's about you trying to make me believe you have a knowledgeable opinion of the music because you danced around as a kid and had some friends who liked to spin.

As for your second quote. I'm not looking down at people...I just know only those who are really into it will probably like that song. It's a little too much for some...or in the case of you and heyhey, it's not enough. To me it's just perfect and you should know the people that like it is a relatively small portion of society (I mean like as in listen to it on their own time, not wasted at a club).

And heyhey, trust me when I say people are very emotionally invested into this music. lol I also hate most lyrics. I prefer vocals that simply fit the rhythm of a song. Lyrics to me simply point out the obvious. A lot of filler. But vocals in general can make a song amazing in correlation to the beat, rhythm, etc. I guess it really isn't that much of a surprise I don't put much weight into lyrics considering I listen to mostly house and metal. lol To me words are more appropriate in novels and such...ie. real literature.
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