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Old 10-05-2005, 11:46 AM   #136
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related to the people talking loudly at concerts, i hate when i find show bootlegs and you can hear people talking. i don't mean random drunk people yelling out the names of songs, or even when the recording picked up a certain person's loud singing. that makes me laugh almost as much as i laugh at them when i witness this at shows. i'm talking conversations.

people who get up in the middle of concerts to go out and get a hot dog or soda. this is something i will never understand. i understand going to get a beer at the bar in the back of a club. but in an arena, going out to the concourse to get nachos? there is no reason to get nachos in the middle of a concert.
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Old 10-05-2005, 01:43 PM   #137
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related to the people talking loudly at concerts, i hate when i find show bootlegs and you can hear people talking. i don't mean random drunk people yelling out the names of songs, or even when the recording picked up a certain person's loud singing. that makes me laugh almost as much as i laugh at them when i witness this at shows. i'm talking conversations.


Yes! I hate that.

Why did you go to a concert if all you're gonna do is talk during it? And the conversations are dreadfully boring to boot.
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Old 10-05-2005, 01:53 PM   #138
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I hate people who write reviews like music journalists on Amazon.com.

I hate any music review that contains this phrase or similar: "X's passionate vocals, Y's amazing guitar work, Z's funky drumming and A's fantastic basslines".

As a general rule I dislike the notion of collecting bootlegs. On a related note, I hate the term 'live concert'. It is tautological.

I don't like people who listen exclusively to classic rock while deriding today's bands. If say, I don't know, the Arcade Fire was making music in 1968 these people would think they were the greatest band ever.

I also hate progressive rock, New Age music and seventies stadium rock (well most of it anyway). And Muse. I fucking hate Muse. But I know some of you, sadly, still insist that Matt Bellamy is a living god while worshipping at the triplicate altars of Satan (or in other words, Pink Floyd, Kitaro and Led Zeppelin) so nevermind. Opinion as fact, different tastes, all that jazz. Peace and love, yeah?
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Old 10-05-2005, 02:13 PM   #139
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i hate muse, too.
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Old 10-06-2005, 05:48 AM   #140
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I hate it when artists reference their own older songs in new songs or videos. Like the video for Alicia Keys' "A Woman's Worth" (I think) where in the very beginning she's walking down the road with headphones singing, "I-I-I ke-e-ep on fa-a-alling, in and out..."
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I hate it when artists reference their own older songs in new songs or videos. Like the video for Alicia Keys' "A Woman's Worth" (I think) where in the very beginning she's walking down the road with headphones singing, "I-I-I ke-e-ep on fa-a-alling, in and out..."
I like this a lot in some contexts but if it's implying that they, like, sit around listening to their own music all the time (as that seems to do)... not so much.
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I hate white boy rock fans who oversimplify rap/hip-hop/electronic music.
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Old 10-07-2005, 02:00 AM   #143
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i hate people who think that just because they recognize a song i'm listening to at work, it gives them the right to sing along.

i'll shoot the next person who sings "honky tonk woman" before i stop listening to it, though.
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Old 10-07-2005, 04:10 AM   #144
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"I hate muse" ???? HOW, I love them so much I'm listening to Origin Of Symmetry now. They're one thing I definately don't hate.

I hate stress, and periods.
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i don't know about yertle, but their singer's voice grates on my nerves like no other. plus, i find their music pretty unoriginal.
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