Halibut

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About Halibut

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  • Birthday 12/07/2000

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  1. What do you guys do when you go into intense periods of self-hatred and feelings of uselessness

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    2. Bada Bing Nuggets
    3. Bada Bing Nuggets
    4. ooooooofy

      ooooooofy

      i look at pictures of cute animals and they make me happy

  2. awwwwww no Thanks yeah, meh
  3. Good worst list, although I am particularly fond of your #7 choice, "???" by "Why isn't it on the list"
  4. All-American Rejects is such a weird band because nobody cares about them but their hit songs are probably still fresh in the ears of 99.9% of Americans who were alive at the time.

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    2. Wumbo

      Wumbo

      rejected^

    3. Wumbo

      Wumbo

      WHEN U SEE MAH FACE HOPE IT GIVES YOU HELL HOPE IT GIVES YOU HELL

    4. Katniss

      Katniss

      Gives You Hell was like one of my favorite songs when I was 13. I remember liking It Ends Tonight too.

  5. "Don't You Want Me" - The Human League
  6. my first song of the year was Rich Girl by Gwen Stefani, what was yours

    1. Katniss

      Katniss

      Call It What You Want by Foster the People

    2. Steel Sponge

      Steel Sponge

      Still Alive from Portal.

    3. Spongetron Robotpants

      Spongetron Robotpants

      Too Late for Love - Def Leppard

  7. I can't get no satisfaction, I heard it through the grapevine, I want you back, I want to hold your hand, I feel love, I walk the line, I bet you look good on the dancefloor, I wanna be your dog, I can't explain, I got you

  8. GEORGE MICHAEL IS LITERALLY DEAD WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU 2016

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    2. kevin

      kevin

      I love you George. I love you so much.

    3. Pops

      Pops

      Rest in peace :( 

    4. Brian Johnson

      Brian Johnson

      Rest in peace. Sincere condolences to the poor man, having to go on Christmas...

  9. "Typical Girls" - The Slits
  10. i'm starting to outgrow them, but they're still really good
  11. Disclaimer: the writing in this may be wonky since I did 150-141 first by accident. 160. U2 - "Moment of Surrender" (2009) A U2 song from 2009? What the fuck? Jesus, this is pretty bad. That production does not fit a U2 song in any way whatsoever. This is probably the Rolling Stone's fault this is so high, because there is no way this should be acceptable. 159. Bill Haley and his Comets - "(We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock" (1954) Good old 50s rock 'n roll. It's catchy, it feels incredibly 50s-y, and its justifiably one of the most well-known of its kind. The opening in particular is great. 158. The Flamingos - "I Only Have Eyes For You" (1959) Pretty good early pop soul, even if it's sort of unremarkable. Very unremarkable, honestly. It's too cloudy and puffy to be notable. 157. Simon and Garfunkel - "The Sounds of Silence" (1965) It's a shame that this is the version of the song I have to cover, because the original non-electrified version from a year before is a lot better. This song kinda kills the buzz with the extra guitar and percussion, but that doesn't mean it's bad. It's still incredibly good, but compared to the original's AMAAAAAZING factor, it limps. I feel like the song being turned into a meme kinda killed my love for it the slightest bit. The Disturbed cover, too. 156. Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Proud Mary" (1969) This is alright. Yeah, I wish I could say more, but it's just standard background-music-esque classic rock. These guys have better songs, much better songs. This is pretty good, but it's not worth talking about. 155. Buddy Holly and the Crickets - "Rave On" (1958) My new rule of thumb is that if it's a Buddy Holly song, it's gonna be mediocre. It's one thing if it's one of his softer songs, but if it's something that's supposed to be sorta hard, I can't handle it. There is so much better early rock 'n roll than this lump and nothing. 154. The Beatles - "A Hard Day's Night" (1964) This song is pretty good. They had better songs, and while this song is certainly catchy, it's nothing spectacular or anything. It's just good ol' early Beatles just how we like them. The only problem, though, is that I don't like early Beatles all that much. 153. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - "Foxey Lady" (1965) I couldn't find the right version on YouTube, so I headed straight to good ol' Spotify for this one. This is probably my favorite Hendrix song, honestly. It's so catchy, it kicks loads of ass that most early psych bands couldn't match, and his guitar work? Oh man, that is the spot. Just a great song all around. 152. The Penguins - "Earth Angel" (1954) Apparently, this song is so high solely for importance in its development of rock 'n roll, according to Rolling Stone. Yeah, I can see why that's the justification, because sonically, this song is really lame. It's just incredibly boring, and it doesn't surprise me that it was recorded by a few teenagers in a garage (before that was considered a good thing about a decade later.) 151. The Byrds - "Eight Miles High" (1966) This a very good song and I love the vocal work and all, and it sounds sorta swampy in a good Vietnam-ish way. One of the better entries in the mid-60s development of rock music as something extremely important. Husker Du did it better though, they put a lot more flames into it that probably wouldn't have been possible in 1964. Listen to the Husker Du cover, guys. 150. The Everly Brothers - "Cathy's Clown" (1960) Now this is the first time I did an edition of this in a really long time, so don't be surprised if this is sorta rusty as I'm stumbling back in. This song doesn't help matters either, since it never really goes beyond being merely alright. It has those pretty harmonies 'n such, but limp production and annoying voices stop me from enjoying the song very much. Whatever. 149. Iggy Pop - "Lust for Life" (1977) Iggy Pop, along with David Bowie, is one of my biggest musical heroes. For the entire 70s, he was one of the most badass musicians on the planet whether it was his absolutely off-the-rails stuff in The Stooges or his more subtle yet still kickass artsy solo stuff in the late 70s, it only makes sense that he would make a song this good. Everything about this song is grade-A perfection. The hypnotizing and unique drums, the bizarre backing vocals, the wonderful lyrics, the fact that it doesn't get even remotely tiring by the end despite it being relatively long, it doesn't matter because few songs provoke a more "I feel awesome" reaction from me. 148. Janis Joplin - "Me and Bobby McGee" (1971) I am still nowhere near a Joplin fan, and while that may be bullshit since I've only heard a handful of her songs, the fact is that I just don't like the kind of aesthetic she has, and her singing voice doesn't help. This song is really good, though. It sounds like 70s schmaltz, but considering I really enjoy 70s schmaltz, this song only gets better. I really like the general prettiness of it all, and I guess the only complaint I have is... yeah, it could have a better singer. I can stand the kind of drawl she has on most other people, but for some reason, I just don't like it on here. Otherwise, yeah, a great song. 147. The B-52's - "Rock Lobster" (1979) This is a song that I love in the right mood, and absolutely despise in the wrong mood. I feel like that's the entire point of intentional camp that these guys worship the Hell out of for very obvious reasons, but yeah, I can really just not like this song if I'm not in the same mood as it. It's all new wave and fun, yeah, so I can't say the song is bad, even when I hate it. Luckily, I'm in a neutral mood today, so all I have to say is that this song is okay. 146. Sly and the Family Stone - "Everyday People" (1968) This song starts off lukewarm for about 30 seconds, but once the chorus kicks in, it turns into something fantastic. It's too perfectly well-done for words, but I just really like the general theme and how positive it sounds, and it apparently is the song that popularized the phrase "Different strokes for different folks." You learn something new everyday. 145. Ramones - "I Wanna Be Sedated" (1978) If no other Ramones song is gonna convince you that these guys are just an amazing 60s pop group in disguise as a hard-edge punk band, then this song will do the trick. This is purified bubblegum melodies, but if you don't have much a sweet tooth, that jagged buzzsaw guitar is always there for you. Always. The fact that the Ramones kicked off such hardcore music later on but did their own thing in sugar-pop fashion instead goes to show that Ramones are objectively probably the best band on the planet. Music to be sedated to. 144. Prince and the Revolution - "Purple Rain" (1984) I straight-up have no clue if this is the right version of the song I should be reviewing, but fuck it. Assuming this is the right one, this is AMAZING. It has just about every single thing I want out of a sappy ballad. Wonderful production, great voice, and some damn good guitar work from the guy too. I don't know what to say, it's just a heck of a tearjerker of a song. Wonderfully overblown. 143. James Brown and his Famous Flames - "Please, Please, Please" (1956) This is... interesting. When I see "James Brown", I expect something less late 50s pop and more James Brown. I guess I shouldn't say that, since I'm not a massive fan of the guy's really funky stuff, and this actually really good for the era. It's so sweet and simple, but there's no sense of boredom and annoyance that some songs like it manage to achieve. All about the good stuff. I don't know. 142. The Everly Brothers - "All I Have to Do is Dream" (1958) Just take everything I said about Cathy's Clown and put it here, honestly. They sound like the same song to me, but this one is marginally better because I like the melody more. Otherwise, this is lullaby music, and not the kind where you can cry yourself to sleep either. 141. Led Zeppelin - "Kashmir" (1975) Probably the best Led Zeppelin song that isn't Stairway to Heaven. People can make fun of dinosaur rock all they want, but when it's on, it is ON! This song is one of the most massive-sounding songs on this entire list, with the unique instrumentation and length making it sound like a meteor about to crash into Earth. The fact that Led Zeppelin didn't make music this amazing throughout their whole career is a depressing travesty, because I could use more than one Kashmir in my life. 10. The Everly Brothers - Cathy's Clown 9. The Everly Brothers - All I Have to Do is Dream 8. The B-52's - Rock Lobster 7. Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McGee 6. James Brown and his Famous Flames - Please, Please, Please 5. Sly and the Family Stone - Everyday People 4. Prince and the Revolution - Purple Rain 3. Led Zeppelin - Kashmir 2. Ramones - I Wanna Be Sedated 1. Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
  12. "Wicked World" - Daniel Johnston oh my god
  13. What the chocolate did you just nougating say about me, you little birthday cake? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Tumblr meme queens, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on TiA, and I have over 300 confirmed downvotes. I am trained in dairy warfare and I’m the top swearer in the entire online armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the coffee out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my strawberry words. You think you can get away with saying that rocky road to me over the Internet? Think again, vanilla bean. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, butter pecan. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re chocolate chip cookie dough-dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in ice cream combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the Tumblr dairy surprise shack and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable french vanilla off the face of the continent, you little Neapolitan. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your blue moon tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you lemon custard idiot. I will scoop moose tracks all over you and you will drown in it. You’re Superman dead, kiddo.

  14. In hindsight, I can confidently say that 2009 was the best year for American pop music in the last few decades.

    1. Katniss

      Katniss

      2009 certainly had some good songs like Poker Face, Heartless, Disturbia, and Use Somebody, to name a few, though I dunno if I'd call it the best, especially since I think 2011 and 2012 were pretty solid. 

    2. President Squidward

      President Squidward

      I agree. 2006 would be up there too (unpopular opinion :funny: )

    3. Mr. Lime♥

      Mr. Lime♥

      taylor swifts first peak year, legends only rt

  15. It's alright, not a fan of music from musicals though
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