F*ck Techno!  by LookOutBelow

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For all of you old school people out there…

Ok, ok – yeah yeah – I’m being a bit’ harsh here. But before you go calling me inconsiderate or whatever towards different genre’s of “music” – I listen to a pretty wide variety – punk, ska, reggae, rock, glam, acoustic, jazz, blues and on and on the list goes.
I tend to like a lot of lyrics in techno songs – I just don’t like the way they are put out (The overall sound). All I can think of is a fat guy at a computer desk! I just can’t find the heart, mind and soul in the music.
My opinion…

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i hate techno, techo shit, computer music, learn instrument, guitar, real guitar, old school, retro, punk inspired, sex pistols

Comments

  • Jacqui Fae
    Jacqui Faealmost 4 years ago

    ouch!

  • HA HA HA! Perfect reaction!

    – LookOutBelow

  • Jacqui Fae
    Jacqui Faealmost 4 years ago

  • OH! Why thank you very much! Sweeeeeeet as!

    – LookOutBelow

  • levywalk
    levywalkalmost 4 years ago

    Great shirt! Congratulation on your feature in Graphic Arts!
    ~~Em

  • Thank you very muchly!

    – LookOutBelow

  • ukcornwell
    ukcornwellover 3 years ago

    nice font choice..) ian

  • Cheers man!

    – LookOutBelow

  • Misst75
    Misst75over 3 years ago

    Loud and clear! So funny cos when I was a younger lass techno and house infiltrated the youth psyche. Meanwhile I was listening to Neil Young, Alice in Chains, Bad Religion etc! Needless to say, I still do my own thing. So good to know you’re out there to carry the torch! : )

  • SWEET AS MAN! That’s awesome! Yeah, I do my own thing with every thing – “This is your life and it’s ending one minute at a time” – I’m not wasting my time doing/listening to shit other people like!
    By the way – Bad Religion are mad! 30 years already! (I bet that sound’s funny considering I’m 18 years old… HA!)

    – LookOutBelow

  • Misst75
    Misst75over 3 years ago

    If you like Bad Religion check out their album ‘Recipe for hate’.
    I personally rekon is their BEST. With songs such as ‘American Jesus’…u get the idea!! : )

  • NICE! I’m guna’ listen right now!
    I love ‘American Jesus’! But my all time favourite Bad Religion tune has got to be “Do What You Want” or “We’re Only Guna’ Die”!

    – LookOutBelow

  • yoobeauty
    yoobeautyover 3 years ago

    Totally agree and you are a legend!

  • HA HA HA! THANKS MATE!

    – LookOutBelow

  • reflector
    reflectoralmost 2 years ago

    He, watch your Tongue! Or your mouse, or both! :) Everything man has created after the voice is Technology used to create music or “Techno” – even guitars, drums and cymbals. Does a song really have to have a deep message or does all music have to be serious? What about the band Custard? They’re silly, but priceless. What about Machine Gun Fellatio? I can appreciate Death Metal, Reggae, Hip Hop, Flamenco Guitar or techno – for radically different reasons, yet one and the same reason – it all makes you feel something in your Spirit – Energy!

  • HA HA HA HA HA! I love your point of view man!
    I just thought this idea was too hilarious to pass up.
    I respect all things creative from man, but techno I have a tough time dealing with!
    I agree with you, not all music needs to be deep and meaningful! Half the of the songs I listen to are simply piss-funny!
    A lot of techno songs I feel some nice vibes and can actually tap my feet to, but A LOT of them, I feel no human soul at all!

    – LookOutBelow

  • reflector
    reflectoralmost 2 years ago

    You don’t need to feel any soul behind.inside the music. I can appreciate/enjoy Techno, Trance or Drum’ n ‘Bass for the same reason I also love the music of Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen and on the other end of the spectrum, Slava Grigoryan or Tommy Emanuel. It’s goes right to the core of your being, to your spirit – charging it up with great energy and intensity.

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