Kyle Jacob Biodrowski

Any fans of "anti-life" music out there?

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*Warning: Offensive content, headbanging, and caterwauling contained herein*

I loved this song during my adolescence. Even now, at the beginning of my second decade of life, I still have a soft-spot for this song.

I was wondering if anyone here has a particular "anti-life" song they like.

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The sound came out really choppy on my computer, but it seems like a great, fun song.

Don't know if you like any other genres, but there are usually music discussions going on here, I am taking part in one now.

Pretty sure that you put "anti-life" in quotes because you well know that merely to sing is to be for life, expressing life, it can't be helped.

Carol

Age 113

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The sound came out really choppy on my computer, but it seems like a great, fun song.

The "choppiness" may have just been part of the song. :laugh:

Don't know if you like any other genres, but there are usually music discussions going on here, I am taking part in one now.

I'm not much of a Manson fan anymore, though I still like a few of his songs. I'm mostly into power/symphonic metal; I also listen to alternative rock on occasion. I'll have to check out the discussion.

Pretty sure that you put "anti-life" in quotes because you well know that merely to sing is to be for life, expressing life, it can't be helped.

I put anti-life in quotes because I thought some people may consider that particular song anti-life even though I don't. The song is mostly centered on anti-bullying which I consider pro-life.

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Oh, you were talking about the lyrics. Is that what you feel the most important part of the song? I can't agree with that, it is always the sheer sound for me. Anybody could make up words, but few can make up music.

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Oh, you were talking about the lyrics. Is that what you feel the most important part of the song? I can't agree with that, it is always the sheer sound for me. Anybody could make up words, but few can make up music.

Hmm... I'll have to think on that.

Sheer sound, eh? Well then, I'll share with you one of the songs I like the most.

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Thanks 5&6. About #1, glad you warned us.

On life (and love),

Chumbawamba

Patrick Hernandez

Undisputed Truth

Queen

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Kyle,

I'm don't care much for Manson and I don't hate him, but I cringe at the use of the adjectives "headbanging, and caterwauling."

I wonder if anyone knows why?

:smile:

Michael

Kyle,

I'm don't care much for Manson and I don't hate him, but I cringe at the use of the adjectives "headbanging, and caterwauling."

I wonder if anyone knows why?

:smile:

Michael

No, I can't imagine. Why, such felicity of language, such unprecedently brilliant choice of descriptive language as this short phrase displays, it quite makes me swoon... it is the greatest phrase ever presented... I am sure others will shortly appear to praise it in much the same manner as myself.....

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Kyle,

I'm don't care much for Manson and I don't hate him, but I cringe at the use of the adjectives "headbanging, and caterwauling."

I wonder if anyone knows why?

:smile:

Michael

I know. Because it reminds you of a certain fellow from NZ.

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Stephen,

Yep, a few people will find Manson...disturbing and crude (and loud).

I'm not sure who would consider Queen anti-life (well maybe one person).

Kyle,

I'm don't care much for Manson and I don't hate him, but I cringe at the use of the adjectives "headbanging, and caterwauling."

I wonder if anyone knows why?

:smile:

Michael

"Headbanging" and "caterwauling" were intended to be a reference to the person who would find Manson beyond disgusting. A certain kiwi.

No, I can't imagine. Why, such felicity of language, such unprecedently brilliant choice of descriptive language as this short phrase displays, it quite makes me swoon... it is the greatest phrase ever presented... I am sure others will shortly appear to praise it in much the same manner as myself.....

Dat sarcasm.

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Kyle is one of those rare Objectivish people who participates at the trio of OL/SOLO/RoR. I think he should get kudos just for being ecumenical.

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No, I can't imagine. Why, such felicity of language, such unprecedently brilliant choice of descriptive language as this short phrase displays, it quite makes me swoon... it is the greatest phrase ever presented... I am sure others will shortly appear to praise it in much the same manner as myself.....

Dat sarcasm.

(Wretched, bitter sob)..Oh, what's the use? You reach for the stars, you slave on parodic technique while holding down a backbreaking job two hours a week, you don't expect much when your fate is to aspire to satire.... and all you get is sarcasm, sarcasm...not your fault Kyle, you are young...no, no, I'll be fine, I am fine, really. Just give me a minute.

There, all better.

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Kyle is one of those rare Objectivish people who participates at the trio of OL/SOLO/RoR. I think he should get kudos just for being ecumenical.

Kudos indeed. We need more polymaths like that.

I wish that Darren guy had kept up the Randroid belt, even though he lambasted some OLers and used Crazy Janet's paranoid libels of MSK, he was really funny. I suppose they have had a fight.

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No, I can't imagine. Why, such felicity of language, such unprecedently brilliant choice of descriptive language as this short phrase displays, it quite makes me swoon... it is the greatest phrase ever presented... I am sure others will shortly appear to praise it in much the same manner as myself.....

Dat sarcasm.

(Wretched, bitter sob)..Oh, what's the use? You reach for the stars, you slave on parodic technique while holding down a backbreaking job two hours a week, you don't expect much when your fate is to aspire to satire.... and all you get is sarcasm, sarcasm...not your fault Kyle, you are young...no, no, I'll be fine, I am fine, really. Just give me a minute.

There, all better.

Verbal irony, if you prefer. :smile:

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Very listenable.

Don't expect too much of me musically Kyle. I am still mostly addicted to pre-musical Mozart and malevolent Beethoven.

Re "caterwauling and headbanging", that seems to me what LP, Dog and their new bff rational Man are doing on SLOP now, intellectually speaking - breaking their chains to the traitorous sacrificists and boldly howling into a new, free world of Authenticist Rage.Watch out Ed Huydgins! Not only are your kids going to get murdered by their Muslim nanny, but you yourself will be erased from the record and become a nonperson!

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Don't ya worry, Daunce. I have a thing for malevolent music, as you likely already know.

Lately, I've been on a bit of an "The Offspring" binge, as happens to me every so often. "Pay the Man" is probably their most creative piece. It is very distinct when compared to their other songs, so I thought this was a bit interesting.

My musical tastes are wide ranging, though primarily centered on rock'n'roll and its variants.

Additionally, I still somewhat like LP, Doug, and Rational Man. I do, however, keep my distance these days. I've already been relegated to the file titled "headbanger caterwauler." If I said "I didn't mind," could I be accused of sanctioning evil, "sanction of the victim" style? :)

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Here's something a little heavier and "caterwaulingly-er."

Warning: it starts abruptly, so keep your volume down.

http://youtu.be/_SN-MLFQHK4

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a bit noisy, wouldn't you say?

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Maybe this is just my youth showing, but I like my music to be somewhat "busy." This isn't always the case, because I only listen to certain types of music when I'm in a certain type of mood.

Additionally, I like songs in which different sounds are embedded. I like searching out these different sounds and removing them from the song (in my head) and, then, seeing how the rest of the song is effected.

In the above song, there are certain sounds that are, in my opinion, indispensable even though the sounds themselves are readily noticeable. Then again, this is the case for most music.

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a bit noisy, wouldn't you say?

Eh, what say Baal? Sounds great to me - usually music on my laptop is too quiet. The 1812 overture just doesn't do it for me on here!

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If the speakers are self-powered, you could just plug the "1/8 jack from desktop speakers into the headphone port on your laptop.

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