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Re: Dj Tiësto

Post by sohrab » Sat Mar 18, 2006 2:19 pm

[quote="gillsans"]if you listen to techno, it so monotone so then you really would need drugs to enjoy it. [/i]
can't stop laughing :!: :lol:

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Post by jspr » Sat Mar 18, 2006 3:02 pm

who's Tiesto?

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Post by Lex_Osk » Sat Mar 18, 2006 3:45 pm

i just saw the name of the topic and it says quite enough...sh!t

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Post by whatever » Sat Mar 18, 2006 4:08 pm

kiwi wrote:who's Tiesto?
love that...

there's no connection between tiesto and the idea of music...tiesto is a fucking brainless product bought by stupid people that think that kind of music is "house music"

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Post by Jesse Somfay » Sat Mar 18, 2006 4:29 pm

'gameover' wrote:
Jesse Somfay wrote:I fucking hate genres.
sub-genres

fck tiesto and his trancey sht
No...all genres.

Associating close mindedness with a genre is one of the most idiotic things anyone can do with music. If you don't like it, don't listen to it, and say no more.

So what if Tieso doesn't like "techno." Does that change the way it is viewed by anyone who does like techno? Of course not. And it shouldn't.

So who really cares if Tiesto makes a half-wit comment like that. It hardly matters at all.

I agree it was very immature of him to make that comment, and people would be better off not making comments like that or witnessing them. But sh!t happens, and being insulted by a comment like that and then flaming back just brings you down to his level.

I am not saying I do or do not support trance, or any one genre in particular, more than any other. I view them all equally. And that equality is what I support.

What I do not support is the blatant flaming between 'scenes' and genres of any type. No matter which 'side' you claim to be a part of. This kind of flaming is rather immature and uneducated. That goes for anyone who decides to comment like that. I don't care what genre or scene, no matter how big or small the artist in question is, the 'this is sh!t' and 'that is sh!t' is rediculous.

It's quite alright to dislike something. But to get pissed and flame over a half-wit comment over a genre? Come on.

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Post by Deef » Sat Mar 18, 2006 5:51 pm

of course you're 100% right jesse... but you've got to understand all of us are 'emotional' when someone disses the things we love. it's a natural thing.

but afterwards we realise our reaction had the same lack of maturity like tiesto's statement.

thx for your wisdom :)

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Post by Tek23 » Sat Mar 18, 2006 10:39 pm

“Electronic music, it's really separated by tempos,” Radar said. “So me, I don't see it as this genre or that genre, I see it as tempos.”--DJ Radar


BUT it is nice to know what your in for, i don't want to end up at a two stepin' country western club

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Post by Jesse Somfay » Sat Mar 18, 2006 11:10 pm

Deef wrote:of course you're 100% right jesse... but you've got to understand all of us are 'emotional' when someone disses the things we love. it's a natural thing.

but afterwards we realise our reaction had the same lack of maturity like tiesto's statement.

thx for your wisdom :)
I totally understand :)

I know the feeling for sure.

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