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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Neither of these are lame at all. I even hate Madonna and I like that song.
    Hole isn't that lame. C'mon.

    Lame is like "Baby Come Back" or

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    There are several songs in this thread that I don't think are particularly lame. Does that mean I'm exceptionally lame? Or does it mean that the people who posted the good songs naturally have very lame tastes, and they don't know a lame song from a good one?
    "Lame" is a subjective notion. What sounds good to you is horrible to someone else and vice versa.

    I find it sad when people feel the need to put other people down just because they don't agree with their choices or taste. And it's even more sad that some people feel that they should feel ashamed for their choices and taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I so love synth-pop
    We should have a Synth-Pop appreciation Thread, specificially 80s British songs

    *goes back to listening to Kajagoogoo*

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    Most of the pop music today is 80s sounding electropop mixed with urban music, very very synth heavy in 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    "Lame" is a subjective notion. What sounds good to you is horrible to someone else and vice versa.

    I find it sad when people feel the need to put other people down just because they don't agree with their choices or taste. And it's even more sad that some people feel that they should feel ashamed for their choices and taste.
    Taste is somewhat subjective but not entirely. I mean there is a reason that rickrolling got started. It isn't because Rick Astley makes timeless songs that still move people emotionally many years later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Taste is somewhat subjective but not entirely. I mean there is a reason that rickrolling got started. It isn't because Rick Astley makes timeless songs that still move people emotionally many years later.
    Rickrolling got started because some people have the attitude that if something does not meet their standards of what is supposed to be "good", then they have every right to start mocking it.

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    And if I know it's terrible, and still like it? Why would it be hard to imagine?

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    Rick Astley is awesome.

    But I thought the rickrolling thing was funny because his appearance doesn't fit the voice. Like at all.

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