|snppls - 2008-09-21 |
I could be wrong, but is this not a dupe?
|Hugo Gorilla - 2008-09-21 |
|Stog - 2008-09-21 |
Yeah, this is a dupe. I can't say no to Kirby and Snoop, though.
|oogaBooga - 2008-09-21 |
Holy shit, the synchronicity of these two songs.
|halon - 2008-09-21 |
This is a dupe and I don't care.
This will also be making its way into tf2.
|ProfessorChaos - 2008-09-21 |
The fact that you can change everything about a song, except the lyrics - and still have it work as though nothing was wrong, is good evidence of the inferiority of rap music.
That said +1 for kirby.
Good music is a totality of all it's parts. To alter most of the parts of the music (notably the rhythm, which is the centerpiece of most rap songs), and chop it up like this simply serves to point out how irrelevant the non-lyrical pieces were in the first place.
Imagine a song that had good lyrics, interesting rhythms, good harmonies, and other things that a skilled musician will place in his work. Then subtract all of those pieces, and leave just the lyrics, while changing everything else. The new song will fall apart without all the other parts to hold it in place.
NO REALLY RAP SUX BECAUSE MY THEORY OF MUSIC +1 FOR KIRBY THO
|Hooper_X - 2008-09-21 |
Dupe, but AMAZING.
|Chip - 2008-09-21 |
I love this. It works so much better than the actual beat from the actual song.
This may be! But at least this version isn't boring.
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