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Kanye West is a classic example of what the modern day 'music superstar' has become. His celebrity status, circus entourage and controversial publicity stunts precede anything musical about him. He could have farted into the microphone for an hour last night and would still have had a field full of morons praising his genius on Twitter. The number one news story about his whole Glastonbury appearance seems to be a selfie Kim Kardashian took while they flew in by helicopter. Sad really.
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I don't 'hate' him, simply because I don't really care about him...but I had to vent my Glastonbury 2015 feelings somewhere...

Kanye West :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ....breath.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ....breath.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: oh lordy....

Horrible, just horrible. I love Glasto weekend even though not been for a few years. Good or bad I've never been so bored by a Glasto 'headliner' and his autotuner ffs! Nothing but karaoke - Kanye and a backing track. Even the crowd sound bored. :DOH: :SLEEPY:

But I'm sure once the big hits finish his set it'll be considered 'groundbreaking' or some bollox.


Kanye West has made some decent records but they are few and far between. He is dreadful live. I saw him a number of years ago in Manchester and he kept screwing up and would blame anyone from the guys on the mixing desk to members of the audience for his f ups.
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Kanye West is, a good producer. He shouldn't be allowed near any kind of microphone.
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Ed Sheeran - Started off quite promising, at least 'The A Team' had a subject material that wasn't 'boy loves girl etc etc' Now, everything he does is made-for-radio drivel ballads for housewives;

''Loving can hurt... loving can hurt sometimes.. but it's the only thing that makes me feel alive'

Bravo, Ed... song-writing cliche 101 there :mrgreen:

And don't get me STARTED on that horrific track with him and Pharrell. Just... disgusting :SHOOT: :SHOOT:

Does seem like a nice lad though mind :thumb:

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Hate is a strong word but I really can't stand The Beatles, or anything by them as individual artists.

I will admit they have good songs, think most acts do have a few decent songs mind.
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Hate is a strong word but I really can't stand The Beatles, or anything by them as individual artists.

I will admit they have good songs, think most acts do have a few decent songs mind.


Not keen on them either - and to make it worse my favorite local radio station (Sam FM - Bristol), which usually plays 70s & 80s stuff, has now added Beatles songs to their playlist too :-(
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Hate is a strong word but I really can't stand The Beatles, or anything by them as individual artists.

I will admit they have good songs, think most acts do have a few decent songs mind.


What is it you dislike about the so much? Or is it the hype around them that you dislike rather than actually listening to the tracks & albums with an open mind?

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Re: The Beatles

For me its the endless repetitive playing of their "popular" tunes rather than the exposure of the diverse talent that I can only assume is there given an extensive back catalogue. Hence, its doesn't demonstrate greatness, but sing along popularity, which having grown up in the NW becomes a bit incessant. However, its enough to put me off exploring their music further.

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What is it you dislike about the so much? Or is it the hype around them that you dislike rather than actually listening to the tracks & albums with an open mind?


The hype brought my attention to them, they often top lists of best albums: Abbey Road and Sgt. Pepper come to mind. Being open minded about music, was more than willing to give 'The best band/albums of all time' a go and they just didn't do anything for me. I haven't listened to all or even half of their stuff but I didn't like what I heard so didn't bother with the rest.

I get that they were a massive influence on music and pop culture but musically I don't get it. I think the fact that The Beatles are the only band you tend to hear with the tag as 'The Greatest Band Ever' is something I get annoyed at as music is supposed to be subjective.
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