Monday, August 15, 2011

Pick Two Notes You Can Reach in the Lowest Possible Range and Quite Possibly it Will Become a Hit...

But... Hurry up! Somebody like Katy Perry might accidentally discover the third note (ha?).

Also, somebody who stutters naturally may also get ahead of you, as stuttering, while singing, seems to be very much so in fashion nowadays. Firstly, you can never differentiate one singer from another. Only by the amount of stuttering and by the amount of notes they have discovered right before the performance. Some of them are sounding like they're sitting on the toilet and having difficulties to relieve themselves.

My question is, has the real music gone down to the toilet? Evidently and unfortunately, it might be the case.

The positive side of it, though, may be beneficial for people like me... The dieters, i.e. those who are forever coping and fighting with their weight fluctuations. On one hand, while listening to the stuttered and constipated so called music, you can definitely lose your appetite, even if originally you were very hungry and did not eat for a couple of days, trying to lose weight. On the other hand, if you did not lose your appetite, you will definitely bring up everything which you've just eaten right before the "stuttering hit" came on the radio. So it's all good for people with weight problems. It's also good for the deaf, since they cannot hear at all or the particulars anyways, they might visualize that there is something actually going on in the music business now and at least hope that those who hear are having the pleasure of listening.

For the rest of the population, it also could be good, as it's giving anybody with a speech impediment and tone deafness a hope that one day, some day, they will become famous while reciting the two or maybe even three notes hit with stuttering in between. All of that on the lowest and most monotone range takes approximately three and a half to four minutes, which is enough to pass for the song.

How pathetic is that?

Jokes aside, will we ever be able to return back to a normal (stressed normal) pleasurable for the ear and respectively, heart and the soul, music? We're positively missing those days where the artists like Elvis and bands like the Beatles and Platters were recording off the floor and we were hearing the exact melody line, the perfect music arrangements and pleasant singing to fulfill our beings.

How much more stuttering and "electronic defecation" can this world tolerate? This is a three dollar question. However, the real question is, is it worth a penny?



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