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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Kazer, Aug 5, 2015.
Country has gone rock and roll, and now rock and roll goes country.
Ummmmm, rock is not selling.This conglomeration of sugar coated teeny pop they call modern country is.....why not add Tyler to the mix....its where the money is.
Just sing songs about pickup trucks, busted relationships and beer. I think he could pull that off.
That's it! Country music..........................................................IS DEAD!!!!
Who's next, RuPaul?
It's so buried, and when it peeps it's timid head it might as well be any old slide guitar doing a dive bomb slide.
The banjo is what you can expect to be thrown in to add that whiff of hayseed to help fit audio to video. All in all it sounds like a song that would fit perfectly over the end credits of a really corny and formulaic romantic comedy. I think that's what its going for and in that it is very successful.
"He's Gone Country!"(look at them boots) by Alan Jackson...
Oh good Lord.....Watching it is even worse than hearing it. If that's even possible.
nothing new Tyler and Aerosnith has had a few songs throughout their history that would pass for country now a days.
All y'all haters are just jelly.....none of ya could hold a candle to Mr. Tyler...
Now let me get out my bingo card ...
Okay, let's go!
It's all boots and buckles and hats and no roots anymore.
I do have my own opinions of modern country but I admit I base them on my grandmother's opinions and her influence on me. Grandma played as a local "studio" musician, backing up visiting performers live on radio stations. She had opinions on most of the Hank Williams era country guys, some good some bad. I got to see her interact with Johnny Cash and Buck Owens, swapping a few short tales. Grandma was pretty darn country, roots and all.
I am pretty sure of what grandma would say about Steven but the word used to describe his appearance would not be "lady".
Awful. Overproduced crap.
You don't get around much anymore do you?
I made it 31 seconds, then I had to take a vomit break, ain't goin' back in there, no siree, uh,uh bubba, that's some nasty **** right there.
I suddenly understand WHY there SHOULD be censorship in extreme cases where a person could be beset with some sort of fatal gastric disorder from unknowingly stumbling into watching a video like that. I hope the crew filming that thing wore HAZMAT suits. DID THEY LIVE?
Initial reaction of Family Guy cast after watching the video.
What? Are you posting from your phone, because there are some words missing from your post.
It's as bad as any other country music that I have heard.
It's all junk afaic.