Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Metal, Punk, Rap, fuck off...


 Metal, Punk, Rap, fuck off...

It's always bother me when I heard some crapplers' saying:  "These bands are posers!" , "This is not heavy metal.  This is commercial!" , "There are not real rebels.  They sell discs, do money, and appears in movies!"  Yes, yes, yes, maybe?!?  So, if I listen to all those silly assclown crapplers.  All bands selling more than ten records and doing at others places than church' basements are "sell-out" posers.   Every heavy metal musics featured on TV is not heavy metal but commercial, which leaves us with only crappy death metal shits as being heavy metal.  The Exploited are posers because their sell records and are known worldwide.  Snoop Dogg and others wisemen' rappers are clowns because their appears in popular mainstream movies....  Bla, bla, bla....  Stop that shit I'm gonna be sick!!!

When I heard  that kind of crap coming from the mouth of metal, punk, and rap fans, that's make me wanna puke!!!  For all those lame ass losers, a real hardcore band must be underground, achieve no commercial success, and be commercial suicide????  What is that shit???

Being a metal, punk, and rap fan, I'm proud when I see some of these rebels artists of this "troubled" musics achieve commercial success and financial wealth.  We need to leave the bushes and became mainstream, but still with the same "fuck off " attitude.  What is the most hardcore, telling the world to fuck off when you have no public  (just a couple of flea-ridden headbangers) or, like Eminem did, telling the whole world to fuck off  when you have a worldwide audience???

Being an artist and a creator, fundamentaly, your main should be to make your art, music, or creation accessible to the most people possible.  Whether they thinks it's too hardcore, heavy, profanity, and total crap...  This doesn't matter, all that's count is that they talk about you!




Originally published on PYGOD.COM

Monday, August 17, 2015

GUNS N' ROSES - The Story Of Guns N' Roses






Guns N' Roses - Behind The Music VH1 Documentary







Guns N' Roses emerged from thicket of the hair metal jungle on Hollywood's Sunset Strip in the mid-80s and single-handedly reinvented rock and roll with righteous riffs and a real and present element of danger.
Songs like "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Paradise City" were not merely rebellious anthems; they were autobiographical snapshots of a band that lived and worked on the edge. The band's exploits became as notorious as its music as members dabbled with drugs, booze and other forms of debauchery.
Guns' 1987 debut, Appetite for Destruction, struck a raw nerve - enrapturing teens and enraging parents. Thanks to arena-ready tunes like "Jungle" and "Sweet Child O Mine," the album would become one of the most successful debuts ever, selling more than 14 million copies worldwide. Led by vocalist Axl Rose, Guns were a magnet for controversy - be it album covers, song lyrics, or bad behavior. And even as the band was quickly rising up the pop music food chain, internal struggles always threatened to tear the band apart.
Original drummer Steven Adler was fired for his losing battle with heroin in 1990. Founding guitarist Izzy Stradlin would leave soon thereafter.
In spite of the turmoil, after the 1991 release of Use Your Illusion I and II Guns N' Roses were the biggest, baddest band in the world, with expensive videos and elaborate stage show to match. Guns stayed on the road to support Illusion for two and a half years, tours that were marred by tragedy - riots in St. Louis and Montreal - Axl showing up hours late or not at all. Founding members Slash and Duff McKagen dealt with Axl's unpredictable behavior by drinking the frustration away. Soon after they got off the road in 1993, Guns N' Roses disappeared into the world of rock myth. Band members came and went, with the only constant being the mercurial Axl Rose.
A decade later, the world still awaits the follow-up to Illusion. Behind the Music: Guns N' Roses tells the true story of this band of rock and roll outlaws.



Monday, March 30, 2015

Buckcherry - Somebody Fucked With Me





Buckcherry - Somebody Fucked With Me (Official Video)

Buckcherry - Say Fuck It




Music video by Buckcherry performing Say Fuck It. (C) 2014 F-Bomb Records



Buckcherry - Lit Up (Cocaine)




Music video by Buckcherry performing Lit Up. (C) 1999 Geffen Records


Lyrics for Lit Up By Buckcherry
Oh yeah. You want to find it, see'mon yeah. I'm on a plane with cocaine, And yes I'm all lit up again Cough up love and touch up Your mama said packing lines is sin. And yes I'm all lit up again, On the couch in my bed And yes I'm all lit up again, flyin' I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, mama can you wait. I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, oh can you wait long? I'm on a train and ride on, You know the train is staying off the track I'm in touch love, from this crutch Well you're on ten but buddy I'm on eleven And yes I'm all lit up again, On the couch in my bed And yes I'm all lit up again, flyin' I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, mama can you wait. I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, oh can you wait long? Crack the door for the curious girl 'cause she's waiting She's been waiting. Chop a line for the fiending man cause he wants one. You know you know you got to, can you feel it can you feel it tonight, are you high love, tell me are you fucking high. In the moment you are just so right, you're right love, oh you're right love. And yes I'm all lit up again, On the couch in my bed And yes I'm all lit up again, flyin' I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, mama can you wait. I love the cocaine, I love the cocaine Mama can you wait, oh can you wait long? Oh yeah. Don't want to fight it. Alright. Yeah. Ah yeah.





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