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Why You Shouldn't Hate Babymetal
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As long as music has existed, it is likely that there have been "marmite" bands, i.e. bands that you either love or hate, and I think it is safe to say that Babymetal fall under this category. However it is unlikely that before... (more »)
Does Music Influence Misogyny?
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As centuries fly by, music tends to ride right behind it. From Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong to Kanye West and Drake, the style and type of music that our parents once listened too when they were in high school, has changed immensely. Although... (more »)
THH: Because the 15th Season Tends to Suck...
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What is with this everlasting lake called TV Shows Often Never End? Its waters have sunk and taken many brave ones asunder, and no doubt more to come. No, seriously: why does shows elongate out to a 10th or 11th season? (Not that all us... (more »)
THH: The Disney Channel Game
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Disney Channel? Pffff, been there, done that. But before you turn away from this page, I offer critique over the show’s ups and downs. Once upon a time there was a Disney Channel. April 18, 1983, actually, to be specific, and then it was... (more »)
The Unfortunate Decline and the Welcomed Return...
2013 was a big year for alternative and indie music greatness. Albums such as Arctic Monkey’s “AM”, the Neighbourhood’s “I Love You.”, and Lorde’s “Pure Heroine” topped the iTunes charts for alternative music. The rise of... (more »)
One Direction: The Epitome of Picturesque
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In his twelfth essay, which regards the topic of art, Ralph Waldo Emerson so eloquently states, “Pictures must not be too picturesque.” In this quote, Emerson comments on the lack of interest he finds in typical, generic art. This quote I find... (more »)
Musical Heirarchy
Music has became my life. Life is all music for me, and in my journey I have learned a lot about life through music, and I have a theory. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? They run a parallel to music and genre. Does this make sense? Music, all of... (more »)
Call of the Wild
The book and movie The Call of the Wild is a story about a dog that learns about his own instincts. The book and the movie had some important scenes that were either additional or were taken out of the movie. In addition, there are scenes in the... (more »)
Top 10 Heavy Metal Bands
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Today I will be telling you what I think are THE best heavy metal bands. 10, Nightwish; genre, symphonic metal. 9, Apocolyptica; genre symphonic metal. 8, Metallica; genre, Trash metal. 7, Dream Theater; genre progressive metal. 6, Black Sabbath;... (more »)
Music Isn't Just for Nerds
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Music has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I've played the piano since I was five years old and can’t imagine my life without it. Listening to music is always my go to therapy session whenever I’m upset or frustrated... (more »)
Cartoons Today are too Violent and Inappropriate
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What happened to cartoons? Today cartoons are so violent and inappropriate. It’s not right. Violence Kids today watch cartoons and think it’s a laughing stock. Back between the 40’s and 80’s It used to be a Bird dropping an anvil on a... (more »)
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coachella
By , coronado, CA
Coachella was the best experience of my life. I have never have had such an amazing time nor have I ever meet such amazing people than I did at Coachella. Every one there where friendly crazy and there to have a good time. My favorite acts at... (more »)
Music Is?
By , San Diego, CA
Music has multiple definition, but MUSIC is what defines us as a person. Music is a form of art that no one can explain. With music there’s always a question. When we first hear music it’s like we’re in heaven because it calms our mood. Bob... (more »)
A Violent Society, Afraid of Love This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
By , Leavenworth, KS
On February 1, 2004, during the Super Bowl XXXVIII, Justin Timberlake accidentally exposed Janet Jackson's breast (partially covered with a nipple shield) in front of an audience of millions. The reaction from the United States was crazy.... (more »)
Morals of an Older Generation
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Morals of an Older Generation The Andy Griffith Show is an older show, created and aired in the 1960s. The show was popular then and still is around and aired on TV because of everything that makes the show what it is. Today’s TV series... (more »)
Non-Stop Review
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Extra Credit Movie Review A couple of months ago I saw the movie Non-Stop. It was a pretty good movie. The movie didn’t have the strongest story or plot but it was super easy to follow. The action mystery motion picture released by Silver... (more »)
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