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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

Super Spezz..

At least the lapels are really bad-ass wide á la Tom Ford....
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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

I tried reading jefferyd's post on different shoulder types, but I still couldn't figure what type this is..

 

She may just be standing back to back with a shorter person wearing the same outfit.

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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

damn you old men ain't heard of die antwoord? sad shit

 

I knew who they were before they were famous, and probably before you. And I'm almost certainly older than you. And better dressed.  Nyah nyah nyah. tongue.gif

 

Seriously, I also thought they were pretty dismal from the start, whatever they thought they were doing, although certainly there are far worse things around in the same vein - Iggy Azalea, for example.

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Their first album was actually quite brilliant--'Enter the Ninja' being one of the best songs of the year, IMO. The whole point is the male rapper, at least, is characterising a hyper-racist, purposefully dumb (within the context of the characterisation) South African ex-con-gone-American-mainstream rapper. I'll agree, that their whole-hearted continuation of said characterisation(s) is a little overbearing.

 

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Their first album was actually quite brilliant--'Enter the Ninja' being one of the best songs of the year, IMO.

 

I wouldn't say it was that good. I was slightly amused by it the first time I heard it, but once you've got the joke, there's really not a lot to them. Mind you, I'm off to see Electric Six later this month, so what do I know about one-joke bands...

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Thing is, Die Antwoord aren't a 'joke band'--Electric Six are--I don't know where you got that from. Personal taste is personal taste, but there's more to that first album that humour--arresting beats, quick, smart rapping and catchy melodies. Obviously, people are finding their image garish. Their second album was meh but not bad.


Edited by JapanAlex01 - 3/6/13 at 9:03am
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Electric Six is not a one joke band.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Electric Six is not a one joke band.

 

Of course - that's why I'm going to see them. I'm not being entirely serious about all this, you know...

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YES, YOU ARE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Jk.)

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I loved Electric 6 when they were around, and I like Billie Ray Martin's solo stuff too, though its a little weird.
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

Their first album was actually quite brilliant--'Enter the Ninja' being one of the best songs of the year, IMO. The whole point is the male rapper, at least, is characterising a hyper-racist, purposefully dumb (within the context of the characterisation) South African ex-con-gone-American-mainstream rapper. I'll agree, that their whole-hearted continuation of said characterisation(s) is a little overbearing.

 

 

Whether they are a joke band or not, his "middle eight" monologue in this song is hilarious.

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Whether they are a joke band or not, his "middle eight" monologue in this song is hilarious.

The full lyrics to "Beat boy" are actually quite disturbing.
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