What's your most heretical music opinion?

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Rock Star 11
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@heartscore, yeah JayLB also mentioned about this. Basically, there's no comparing between "The Who" and "Limp Bizkit" but this song particularly I liked more, I can't say why, but just closer to my taste xD

Also, awesome rant, I don't quite like the a-a-a-y part also

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Gidyin
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@Shake-a-Hoof introduced me to a cover of Bob Dylan's 'Lay, Lady, Lay' , much prefer it to the original and what's more controversial is it's an instrumental! Sorry Bob.......

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heartscore
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@kirashi

 

Cher used Autotune as an artistic effect, which was fresh and groundbreaking. Unfortunately the audible autotune-effect became an annoying standard on vocals later. To be honest it's hard to believe, that somebody is not using it nowadays for inaudible corrections, because everybody uses it and the modern production-standards are calling for perfection in every detail. They correct everything, the intonation, the timing ...

BTW to hate Autotune as an audible effect is not heretic :-)

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Rock Star 4
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Apologies if my lengthy post was confusing; I actually like Auto-Tune when used tastefully as an artistic effect for artists like Cher, Galantis, or Daft Punk. But I'm a heretic in the sense I'm still that guy in the group who corrects my friends when they talk about an amazing singer who's actually using Auto-Tune because they can't sing without it. :)

 

You hit the nail on the head though - the industry norm seems to call for pitch-perfect sequenced pop music because that's what people want now, which is totally fine. Everyone has a different musical preference; I guess I just miss the old days of imperfection and live improvisation without all the electronic perfection.

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brian_mansfield
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When do we get a thread where we all post playlists of cover songs that are better than the originals?

OK, looking for a good third rail to touch here ...

1.) Miley Cyrus is a great singer.
2.) Hank Williams had pretty much peaked artistically by the time he died.
3.) This world is not a better place for having John Lennon's "Imagine" in it.

 

Re: What's your most heretical music opinion?

MadmanOnWheels
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"Limp Bizkit" ruined that song. I also heard a couple or more covers that they did. Same thing. How could you not like the version, by "The Who"?

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Steampunksum
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I agree, some remakes are only understood by the copy maker.

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MadmanOnWheels
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I don't really know his music, but I'm sure that I would hate it, but I saw your comment and immediately thought of this.

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Steampunksum
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I. can say alot of good remakes are studio versions and outshines the
concert live version. The song's intended art is understood with clarity.

Re: What's your most heretical music opinion?

Steampunksum
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I. can say alot of good remakes are studio versions and outshines the
concert live version. The song's intended art is understood with clarity.

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