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2014-01-29 11:54:43 AM

GCD: So, fark the Grammys. The most useless award since the MTV Moonman.


Nonsense. That honor goes to the Olympic medals: "Let's have a big televised event every four years that consists almost entirely of people who literally just medaled in the World Championships of their respective sports."
 
2014-01-29 11:55:46 AM

The_Fuzz: uh, hey subby....

[www.jbhifionline.com.au image 293x293]

Have it.  And yes, it sounds better.

/not hipster


Sure you're not. Yeah I'd like a copy on vinyl too for the hell of it. :D
 
2014-01-29 11:57:42 AM
Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.
 
2014-01-29 11:59:24 AM

Summoner101: I only tuned in to see Daft Punk jam with Stevie. I assumed that was the only thing worth watching.


Imagine Dragons/Kendrick Lamar mash up was worth it.  It worked well and they had great energy on stage.
 
2014-01-29 12:00:44 PM
Yep, otherwise I would have asked about Roger or David.
 
2014-01-29 12:01:26 PM

LeroyB: It's a shame that sharing MP3 files has ruined the music industry.


Not sure if serious.  But here is my take on it.

Album (CD) sales, really don't account for much revenue for the artist.  Going out on tour is where the money rolls in.  The more people are familiar with your material, the more will come out to see you live.

This was always my stance when I was doing live music myself.  That's why I always encouraged people to share and copy our material as much and as often as possible.

I really don't understand the artists being all buthurt over people sharing their material.
 
2014-01-29 12:02:45 PM
rickythepenguin:


there was a song on his debut album, very sparse, basically a drum track with him, that on the chorus would get full insrumentaion.  something about "if you all get to heaven, say a prayer for me" or some shiat.  perhaps that's wthat i'm thinking off.  just a drum beat and voice, which is esentially 'royals'.  ehh.


Not impressed
 
2014-01-29 12:04:39 PM

durbnpoisn: LeroyB: It's a shame that sharing MP3 files has ruined the music industry.

Not sure if serious.  But here is my take on it.

Album (CD) sales, really don't account for much revenue for the artist.  Going out on tour is where the money rolls in.  The more people are familiar with your material, the more will come out to see you live.

This was always my stance when I was doing live music myself.  That's why I always encouraged people to share and copy our material as much and as often as possible.

I really don't understand the artists being all buthurt over people sharing their material.



I was being sarcastic because for many years the recording industry has been crying all the way to the bank about how music file sharing is destroying them.

It's those darn Napster kids fault!
 
2014-01-29 12:08:41 PM
Where was the wu-tang?
 
2014-01-29 12:15:59 PM
How do they know 28.5 million people were watching the Grammys?
 
2014-01-29 12:16:55 PM

durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?


depletedcranium.com
 
2014-01-29 12:17:13 PM

Clemkadidlefark: Where was the wu-tang?


I didn't watch, but I imaging there was plenty of it in audience. Some of it was probably pretty hot too.
 
2014-01-29 12:17:27 PM

CrazyCracka420: How do they know 28.5 million people were watching the Grammys?


The NSA told them.
 
2014-01-29 12:19:12 PM

DubyaHater: I would tell you who I thought should have won, but you've probably never heard of them. I never listen to that mainstream, commercialized shlock.


I love how Song of the Year went to a scowling 17-year-old from New Zealand who came out of absolute nowhere with a song that says basically that exact thing for three minutes. And it still doesn't prevent this kind of reaction. That is the most hipster song that ever hipstered.
 
2014-01-29 12:20:02 PM
How can .01% give an accurate representation of how many people are actually watching a show.  Math's not my strong suit, but that doesn't seem like a very large pool size.
 
2014-01-29 12:20:41 PM

busy chillin': DROxINxTHExWIND:


You Mutherfarker. Now, I have that whistle in my head.

don't click this link! 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2Nd_lS9Kcs

/that song made my top 1,400 song list
//nostalgia


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vfx4dltxpxU

Damn you both; here's my fv of his.
 
2014-01-29 12:22:23 PM
I'm still questioning how Daft Punk takes best album. Unless we're only recognizing production, in which case, sure, why not.

Musically, it was a bag of shiat. One super catchy tune, a bunch of retro disco crap, and a half dozen tracks that make you skip forward to the next one.

Public Enemy warned us years ago:

Don't believe the hype.
 
2014-01-29 12:23:28 PM

EyeballKid: LewDux: Who's face?

Well, first Tim Dunigan had the role, but Dirk Benedict later took the role. I believe Bradley Cooper played him in the movie.


I love it when snark comes together.
 
PJ-
2014-01-29 12:24:10 PM
It's funny, because when I tell people I didn't bother watching award shows in general, they always ask me 'why don't you watch them?'.  It's simple, why WOULD I watch them?  These people already have all the eyes in the world focused on them, they get paid millions of dollars, they live a life that I couldn't possibly imagine, and yet they deserve to have awards displayed to the public?  Once I see actual heroes getting the same recognition, maybe, just MAYBE, I might be interested in watching the circle-jerk known as Hollywood award shows.
 
2014-01-29 12:24:36 PM

under a mountain: durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?

[depletedcranium.com image 300x220]


Ha!  Consiracy, huh?  I don't know if I'd take it that far.  But someday, I expect I will be proven correct.
 
2014-01-29 12:26:35 PM

durbnpoisn: under a mountain: durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?

[depletedcranium.com image 300x220]

Ha!  Consiracy, huh?  I don't know if I'd take it that far.  But someday, I expect I will be proven correct.


Ha, just farking with you, shee looks alittle old to me to.
 
2014-01-29 12:26:52 PM

Mambo Bananapatch: Ecobuckeye: A modern record? Were there more than 285 million viewers of the Grammys in the Renaissance?

During the 1602 Grammys William Byrd showed up loaded and attacked Claudio Monteverdi with a chair during his acceptance speech for "Best Madrigal".

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x289]
"Fark you and fark your stupid Grammy."


With facial hair like that, he must be a hipster.
 
2014-01-29 12:28:17 PM
Those 2 people in those football type helmets or crash helmets were swell.
 
2014-01-29 12:29:22 PM

under a mountain: durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?

[depletedcranium.com image 300x220]


To be fair:

http://www.google.com/search?q=lorde+2014&tbm=isch

I've never seen a picture of her where she looks anything less than mid/late 20's.  Maybe she just has a weird face or something but I have a hard time believing she's 17 (her 16 year old pictures look no different).
 
2014-01-29 12:33:19 PM

IRQ12: To be fair:

http://www.google.com/search?q=lorde+2014&tbm=isch

I've never seen a picture of her where she looks anything less than mid/late 20's.  Maybe she just has a weird face or something but I have a hard time believing she's 17 (her 16 year old pictures look no different).


Ugly adds a couple years.
 
2014-01-29 12:34:02 PM

IRQ12: under a mountain: durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?

[depletedcranium.com image 300x220]

To be fair:

http://www.google.com/search?q=lorde+2014&tbm=isch

I've never seen a picture of her where she looks anything less than mid/late 20's.  Maybe she just has a weird face or something but I have a hard time believing she's 17 (her 16 year old pictures look no different).


She is a strange one.  I think its just a combination of how she holds herself (kinda hunched) and the massive amount of make up she/they put on her makes her look much older than she is.  She is really odd looking and not very pretty and I think she is somewhat self conscious of that.  When she talks she definitely seems her age.
 
2014-01-29 12:34:38 PM
Well, to be fair this past summer had some of the best music in years. Although, as I understand it, the popular Mackelmore album was released a few years ago and got a boost from being used in something else. You know, because the industry is run by interfellating hacks who don't have nonfellating skills and only think of promoting things they can fellate a buck out of.
 
2014-01-29 12:35:38 PM

jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.


film-book.com

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.
 
2014-01-29 12:36:25 PM
I am a sensitive artist.
Nobody understands me because I am so deep.
In my work, I make allusions to books that nobody else has read,
Music that nobody else has heard,
And art that nobody else has seen.
I can't help it, because I am so much more intelligent and well-rounded
Than everyone who surrounds me.
I stopped watching tv when I was six months old
Because it was so boring and stupid,
And started reading books,
And going to recitals and art galleries.
I don't go to recitals any more,
Because my hearing is too sensitive,
And I don't go to art galleries anymore
Because there are people there,
And I can't deal with people,
Because they don't understand me.
I stay home, reading books that are beneath me,
And working on my work, which no one understands.
 
2014-01-29 12:40:44 PM
www.memecreator.org
 
2014-01-29 12:41:19 PM

Pontious Pilates: I am a sensitive artist.
Nobody understands me because I am so deep.
In my work, I make allusions to books that nobody else has read,
Music that nobody else has heard,
And art that nobody else has seen.
I can't help it, because I am so much more intelligent and well-rounded
Than everyone who surrounds me.
I stopped watching tv when I was six months old
Because it was so boring and stupid,
And started reading books,
And going to recitals and art galleries.
I don't go to recitals any more,
Because my hearing is too sensitive,
And I don't go to art galleries anymore
Because there are people there,
And I can't deal with people,
Because they don't understand me.
I stay home, reading books that are beneath me,
And working on my work, which no one understands.


Oh Jesus.
 
2014-01-29 12:42:48 PM

busy chillin': Pontious Pilates: I am a sensitive artist.
Nobody understands me because I am so deep.
In my work, I make allusions to books that nobody else has read,
Music that nobody else has heard,
And art that nobody else has seen.
I can't help it, because I am so much more intelligent and well-rounded
Than everyone who surrounds me.
I stopped watching tv when I was six months old
Because it was so boring and stupid,
And started reading books,
And going to recitals and art galleries.
I don't go to recitals any more,
Because my hearing is too sensitive,
And I don't go to art galleries anymore
Because there are people there,
And I can't deal with people,
Because they don't understand me.
I stay home, reading books that are beneath me,
And working on my work, which no one understands.

Oh Jesus.


www.diebenow.com
 
2014-01-29 12:43:24 PM

Smidge204: =Smidge=


??
 
2014-01-29 12:46:18 PM
Old dude here--mid-50s.  Coupla things...

Caught the last third or so of the show -- some good shiat, some WTF as well.  I had never heard of Imagine Dragons or Kendrick Lamar, but they just blew the stage up with 'Radioactive.'  Really liked it.  Also enjoyed the Daft Punk/Stevie/Nile Rodgers/Pharrell bit, but since I'm old and clueless I was left to wonder exactly what it is that the two French space dudes were adding to the party.   I'm guessing they were both daft and punk simultaneously, which is likely harder than it would appear.

I'd also say that having a Spotify account has really been a game changer for me.  I can listen to damned near anything--listening to Zep right now, checked out Imagine Dragons after i heard them--without having to buy.  It lets me read an album review or hear about something new and go hear it without feeling like I wasted money if I don't like what I hear.  Highly recommend it.

A friend of mine just got up on Spotify and he said it best--having it is like owning your own record store.

Yeah, we're both old.  My lawn, you should get off of it.
 
2014-01-29 12:47:34 PM

Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.


I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.
 
2014-01-29 12:48:02 PM

blazemongr: GCD: So, fark the Grammys. The most useless award since the MTV Moonman.

Nonsense. That honor goes to the Olympic medals: "Let's have a big televised event every four years that consists almost entirely of people who literally just medaled in the World Championships of their respective sports."


Uh, I hate sports and watched the Olympics perhaps twice in my life, but what does that mean?  What's wrong or useless about presenting medals immediately after they prove themselves to be the best at their sport?
 
2014-01-29 12:50:51 PM
The only rock acts they could find were playing decades old songs, seriously?
 
2014-01-29 12:53:51 PM
Didn't watch. Band practices on Sunday nights.
 
2014-01-29 12:54:47 PM

Hebalo: I'm still questioning how Daft Punk takes best album. Unless we're only recognizing production, in which case, sure, why not.

Musically, it was a bag of shiat. One super catchy tune, a bunch of retro disco crap, and a half dozen tracks that make you skip forward to the next one.

Public Enemy warned us years ago:

Don't believe the hype.


3rd best selling album of the year
+
Music of voter's youth
+
Critically acclaimed

They had no choice
 
2014-01-29 12:57:34 PM

Loreweaver: Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.

I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.


omg...  Fark iTunes.  My wife purchased like ~450 songs over time.  Then the machine they were on died.  I saved the drive, and all the songs.  But they were ALL DRM LOCKED to that machine.  So now, whatever she has on that iPod it was synched to is it.  No way to recover them and move them to another device.

That is the dumbest farking thing EVER!

It's my primary argument for using Android (I used to use a Palm Pilot).  I can simply dump everything onto a MicroSD card, and bring it with me wherever I go.  Gives me control over files that I actually OWN.
 
2014-01-29 01:04:38 PM

durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?


Her looks have already been covered but as to how she got noticed?

She went to very expensive private music schools. Basically she's famous because her family had enough money to buy her into prestige.
 
2014-01-29 01:12:11 PM

Hebalo: I'm still questioning how Daft Punk takes best album. Unless we're only recognizing production, in which case, sure, why not.

Musically, it was a bag of shiat. One super catchy tune, a bunch of retro disco crap, and a half dozen tracks that make you skip forward to the next one.

Public Enemy warned us years ago:

Don't believe the hype.


Marketing.

There's tons of better albums but like the graph posted earlier they just aren't promoted.

Daft Punk sells because there's a ton of money behind them.
 
2014-01-29 01:13:03 PM
Oh, and for the record before the rabid fans show up:

I'm not saying hate Daft Punk.  I'm saying check other records out too.
 
2014-01-29 01:13:22 PM

LewDux: [www.memecreator.org image 400x300]


Want to hear a Lorde song done right? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmCJEehYtU
 
2014-01-29 01:14:18 PM

There I Was: Old dude here--mid-50s.  Coupla things...

Caught the last third or so of the show -- some good shiat, some WTF as well.  I had never heard of Imagine Dragons or Kendrick Lamar, but they just blew the stage up with 'Radioactive.'  Really liked it.  Also enjoyed the Daft Punk/Stevie/Nile Rodgers/Pharrell bit, but since I'm old and clueless I was left to wonder exactly what it is that the two French space dudes were adding to the party.   I'm guessing they were both daft and punk simultaneously, which is likely harder than it would appear.

I'd also say that having a Spotify account has really been a game changer for me.  I can listen to damned near anything--listening to Zep right now, checked out Imagine Dragons after i heard them--without having to buy.  It lets me read an album review or hear about something new and go hear it without feeling like I wasted money if I don't like what I hear.  Highly recommend it.

A friend of mine just got up on Spotify and he said it best--having it is like owning your own record store.

Yeah, we're both old.  My lawn, you should get off of it.


You should go check out the Pentatonix / Lindsey Stirling cover of "Radioactive" on YouTube. PTX has some awesome harmonies, and Lindsey combines classic violin with everything from Dubsteb to Hip Hop to Classic Rock.
 
2014-01-29 01:14:34 PM

Clemkadidlefark: Where was the wu-tang?


In the 90's?
 
2014-01-29 01:14:34 PM

mokinokaro: durbnpoisn: Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?

My daughter saw that show live on her recent tour.  She said it was spectacular, and pointed out that one particular act as being a highlight of the show.  Now I beleive her...

Now...  Since we're on the subject of the Grammys, I'm wondering something...
The girl that won song of the year.  Lorde is her stage name.  She is a 17 year girl from New Zealand.
Ok, c'mon now.  There is NO WAY that girl is 17.  She looks like she's old for 35.
I am of the opinion that it is all an act, and there is nothing about her that is for real.

How does a 16 year old (that's how old she was when she wrote the song), get noticed by ANYONE in New Zealand?!  Let alone to a point that she ended up with a number 1 national hit, that bears the unique distinction of being "minimalist" in nature.  That is, there is minimal music at all with it.

I look at it this way.  If the winners of the album of the year (Daft Punk) can pretend they are robots all day long, is it really that far out that song of the year was won by someone pretending to be a 17 year old girl from New Zealand?

Her looks have already been covered but as to how she got noticed?

She went to very expensive private music schools. Basically she's famous because her family had enough money to buy her into prestige.


Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush
 
2014-01-29 01:27:44 PM
LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.
 
2014-01-29 01:28:29 PM

Loreweaver: You should go check out the Pentatonix / Lindsey Stirling cover of "Radioactive" on YouTube. PTX has some awesome harmonies, and Lindsey combines classic violin with everything from Dubsteb to Hip Hop to Classic Rock.


Thanks for the tip!  Checking it out now...appreciate it.
 
GCD
2014-01-29 01:32:28 PM

LewDux: GCD: Neglecting to include Slayer's Jeff Hanneman among the list of deceased musicians in 2013 - a slap in the face.

Who's face?


It's disrespectful mostly to Slayer Especially since they are a two-time Grammy award winner. You'd think that if the "industry" took the time to recognize them twice, they'd at least include Hanneman's death in the "In Memoriam" segment of the show.
 
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