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Author Topic: Lip syncing makes me sick  (Read 651 times)

Pingu

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Lip syncing makes me sick
« on: February 05, 2006, 11:33:40 pm »

I was watching a show the other day and every band that was up there was miming. Its total bullshit. Not just lyrics but everything.  I mean these idiots get up there and jump around to the tracks on there album and no 1 seems to give a crap.

It would be better if they threw up the film clip instead of this nonsense.

What ever happened to a bands ability to sound better live than in the studio.

Thin Lizzy comes to mind.

So a band gets a call to go on a show to do x song.

20 years ago that meant practice practice until the song is flawless and 2nd nature. When it comes to the crunch at gig time its do or die. But when the practice is put in then it turns out to be an awesome performance.

The way its done now every idiot can shine thanks to the album.  

Back in the day if you couldnt cut it live you were called a bunny.

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Ryan Reilly

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Re: Lip syncing makes me sick
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2006, 03:34:18 am »

our fore-fathers died so that we could lip sync dammit!

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if george washington were alive today he'd be all up ons with ashley simpson.

okay. it's late. i'm going to bed before i say another horrendously stupid thing... all, perhaps it's time i use the spell check feature too. maybe next time.
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Re: Lip syncing makes me sick
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2006, 06:45:01 am »

i hate:

lipsync

autotune

fake blondes/fake tits

hypercompression

mp3's

so i guess i hate 98% of the crap relesed today  Very Happy
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