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Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Duke » Tue Jun 27, 2017 5:20 pm

Sheeran is w***. The A team was a good song, everything else since has been f***ing s****

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Bodacious Benny » Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:13 pm

Leonid Brezhnev wrote:Gonna change the record here and say Foo Fighters are absolute ****


<fist>

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Leonid Brezhnev » Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:11 pm

Gonna change the record here and say Foo Fighters are absolute ****

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Perch's First Touch » Tue Jun 27, 2017 11:39 am

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:Not if you have a good taste in music <ok>


That's just **** though. Whether he's your thing or not you can't deny that he's just entertained 100,000 people on a farm.


I was there. It was boring. Was gonna go to watch Justice but got pretty much trapped by Pyramid stage after Biffy.

1 man and his guitar just isn't enough to headline. Plus he can't rap for s***.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by overseasTOON » Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:23 pm

biggeordiedave wrote:I don't even have to go back a page and I know you're talking about Ed Sheeran. He could record an entire album of him murdering cats and it would get to number one.


Are you saying Ed is the Croydon Cat Killer?

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by biggeordiedave » Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:20 pm

I don't even have to go back a page and I know you're talking about Ed Sheeran. He could record an entire album of him murdering cats and it would get to number one.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by PTAO » Mon Jun 26, 2017 4:35 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:
He's s***, get over it <ok>


Grow up <laugh>

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Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:49 pm

PTAO wrote:
ALF wrote:
To say he isn't good is just ridiculous.


He's s***, get over it <ok>


Grow up <laugh>

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by PTAO » Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:19 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:
Anymore.
That doesn't make him good, it just makes him popular.


To say he isn't good is just ridiculous.


He's s***, get over it <ok>

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:08 pm

PTAO wrote:
ALF wrote:
Aggressive marketing? He chucked 2 songs on his YouTube channel randomly at the beginning of the year and everyone lost their s***. He's reached a point where he doesn't need a label to overexpose him.


Anymore.
That doesn't make him good, it just makes him popular.


To say he isn't good is just ridiculous.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by PTAO » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:49 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:
Pop music has less to do with talent and more to do with aggressive marketing by record labels.


Aggressive marketing? He chucked 2 songs on his YouTube channel randomly at the beginning of the year and everyone lost their s***. He's reached a point where he doesn't need a label to overexpose him.


Anymore.
That doesn't make him good, it just makes him popular.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:27 pm

PTAO wrote:
ALF wrote:
People enjoy it. It's easy entertainment. People like 'reality tv' so fans of it watch all these shows. As far as reality shows go it is up there with the best of them so yeah it's brilliant at what it is. Ed Sheeran is a musician, he's one of the best around today. He's just headlined Glastonbury alongside Radiohead and Foo Fighters and the crowds loved all 3. Hardcore music fans loved him so I'd say he was brilliant as well.

On a side note, can't believe people are saying he was fake playing over a backing track and vocals. Absolute morons.


Pop music has less to do with talent and more to do with aggressive marketing by record labels.


Aggressive marketing? He chucked 2 songs on his YouTube channel randomly at the beginning of the year and everyone lost their s***. He's reached a point where he doesn't need a label to overexpose him.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Bodacious Benny » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:19 pm

ALF wrote:
Bodacious Benny wrote:I've nothing against Ed Sheeran and don't mind some of his songs, but compare the crowd last night to the crowd on Saturday.

I know that they're completely different styles of music but there's absolutely no comparison. Foo Fighters had the place jumping, Ed Sheeran brought a mellow/pleasant end to the festival.


Foo Fighters were s*** hot. Unbelievably good. Ed had the crowd singing along and having seen him at Glastonbury in 2014 he is entertaining in his own way and it worked well for the Sunday. One bloke, an acoustic guitar and a loop pedal.


I'd have had Ed Sheeran as the penultimate act personally. Barry Gibb also had the crowd singing along. Maybe it's personal taste.

Yeah, Foo Fighters were s*** hot! Had my TV volume turned all the way up.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by PTAO » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:17 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:
And 7 million people watch X-factor. Are you going to tell me that's brilliant TV?


People enjoy it. It's easy entertainment. People like 'reality tv' so fans of it watch all these shows. As far as reality shows go it is up there with the best of them so yeah it's brilliant at what it is. Ed Sheeran is a musician, he's one of the best around today. He's just headlined Glastonbury alongside Radiohead and Foo Fighters and the crowds loved all 3. Hardcore music fans loved him so I'd say he was brilliant as well.

On a side note, can't believe people are saying he was fake playing over a backing track and vocals. Absolute morons.


Pop music has less to do with talent and more to do with aggressive marketing by record labels.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:16 pm

Bodacious Benny wrote:I've nothing against Ed Sheeran and don't mind some of his songs, but compare the crowd last night to the crowd on Saturday.

I know that they're completely different styles of music but there's absolutely no comparison. Foo Fighters had the place jumping, Ed Sheeran brought a mellow/pleasant end to the festival.


Foo Fighters were s*** hot. Unbelievably good. Ed had the crowd singing along and having seen him at Glastonbury in 2014 he is entertaining in his own way and it worked well for the Sunday. One bloke, an acoustic guitar and a loop pedal.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by Bodacious Benny » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:04 pm

I've nothing against Ed Sheeran and don't mind some of his songs, but compare the crowd last night to the crowd on Saturday.

I know that they're completely different styles of music but there's absolutely no comparison. Foo Fighters had the place jumping, Ed Sheeran brought a mellow/pleasant end to the festival.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:00 pm

PTAO wrote:
ALF wrote:
That's just **** though. Whether he's your thing or not you can't deny that he's just entertained 100,000 people on a farm.


And 7 million people watch X-factor. Are you going to tell me that's brilliant TV?


People enjoy it. It's easy entertainment. People like 'reality tv' so fans of it watch all these shows. As far as reality shows go it is up there with the best of them so yeah it's brilliant at what it is. Ed Sheeran is a musician, he's one of the best around today. He's just headlined Glastonbury alongside Radiohead and Foo Fighters and the crowds loved all 3. Hardcore music fans loved him so I'd say he was brilliant as well.

On a side note, can't believe people are saying he was fake playing over a backing track and vocals. Absolute morons.

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by overseasTOON » Mon Jun 26, 2017 1:55 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:Not if you have a good taste in music <ok>


That's just **** though. Whether he's your thing or not you can't deny that he's just entertained 100,000 people on a farm.


Wonder if that would put Dave off of his hobby?

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by PTAO » Mon Jun 26, 2017 1:35 pm

ALF wrote:
PTAO wrote:Not if you have a good taste in music <ok>


That's just **** though. Whether he's your thing or not you can't deny that he's just entertained 100,000 people on a farm.


And 7 million people watch X-factor. Are you going to tell me that's brilliant TV?

Re: The Message of Hate Thread

Post by ALF » Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:46 am

PTAO wrote:
ALF wrote:
Boring on tv, amazing for those who are there.

Not if you have a good taste in music <ok>


That's just **** though. Whether he's your thing or not you can't deny that he's just entertained 100,000 people on a farm.

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