Thursday, March 31, 2011
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Tonight I feel like an angry song. I harbor a bitter hatred for my college roommate, and this week has been very stressful for me. His immaturity, arrogance, and the acrid smell that constantly follows him wherever he goes has driven me to the edge and back. Now I need some Rammstein to take the edge off. This one's for you Dan Koroski! Burn in hell, mate!
Anyone have fun roommate stories? :)
Sunday, March 27, 2011
I highly encourage all of you to go out and buy the new Rise Against album, ENDGAME. Although it does not have the heartstopping power as their past albums such as The Sufferer and the Witness or Appeal To Reason, Endgame does have some killer tracks on it.
Above is my personal favorite. The lyrics and sound are killer, and they carry that classic Rise Against sound. Whether or not you are a first time listener of Rise Against or a long time fan, Endgame is an absolute MUST BUY. Do it.
Rise Against songs still to come: Satellite, Midnight Hands, and more! Keep up with my page if you are interested!
Saturday, March 19, 2011
She interviews quite well! She's not the best singer I've ever heard - a little pitchy at times on the national anthem - but I've gotta admit this song blew up and it is going to be a lasting part of the internet community.
My opinion: she's going to get some money out of this, she's going to be moderately famous, and she'll be happy. The song wasn't horrible, her voice wasn't COMPLETELY horrible. I can't really see her next song being as big a hit as "Friday." After listening to the other Ark production songs (they aren't too bad either) as well as their goal on GMA, I like what they are trying to do for these girls.
My final verdict: Good job Rebecca Black, your song was catchy and if anyone has anything to say otherwise, just tell them this:
If this is what you love doing, go for it. Don't let anyone take that from you.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
I raged so hard when I first listened to this song. The lyrics are awful. Her voice is awful. The video's plot is basically a 12 year old's interpretation of friday friday!
And remember guys, Thursday was yesterday, today is Friday.
This song gets a 1/10.
1 freebee point because it made me laugh.