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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Tony_T, Oct 11, 2020.
To be fair, Wallen did take responsibility and didn't blame SNL.
To this classically trained musician, Jack White is brilliant. Eddie Van Halen is a devastating loss.
Mandy Moore is a good singer, too.
To each their own.
A couple of songs have Hell in the title, but not singing about Hell specifically. Not in a satanic way anyway. The vast majority of their songs fit the classic rock tropes.
"It's a strange, sad affair
Sometimes seems like we just don't care
Don't waste time feeling hurt
We've been through *HELL* together"
-Mandy Moore, "Can We Still Be Friends?"
Yeah, that song must be about Hell. It says it right there in the lyrics! That damn Satanist Mandy Moore!! Ban her from the airwaves!!
I've never considered AC/DC to be a metal band. They may have some heavy metal characteristics, but they would more appropriately be labeled as "hard rock" in my opinion.
Rock music is very diverse. Rock and Roll, even more. Bands tend to be pigeon holed into a category, but really most play a variety of styles, especially the better ones.
But those of us who are fans of the music know this. Harley Random admits he doesn't like Rock music, and is probably influenced by the types of people who don't like it, thinking it's bad for young people to listen to. I don't like rap music, I find it unnecessary crude, but that doesn't mean it's bad music, or shouldn't be listened to if you like it. I don't think it's satanic
It's also not all unnecessarily rude, just like metal is not all satanic. I don't much like the rude stuff myself. Like I said before, rap isn't my thing, but I can recognize the good ones. Common, for instance.
Common: 'I wanted to be the dopest. Then I found a higher purpose'
And the song "Hell Yeah" by noted Metal satanist Neil Diamond!
If AC/DC isn't metal, what is?
When I was a lot younger, people were referring to the Satanic "music" of Kiss, AC/DC and I forget what other groups. I thought Van Halen was one of them. And the "music" was called heavy metal.
I didn't find this the first time I tried to search but here it is. This is the Mandy Moore performance I mentioned earlier.
If you don't want to sit through all the dialogue the band starts playing at 2:10 and I think you'll agree we should have gotten to hear a lot more.
This is only possible if Kate is an even better actress than we thought. They call what she did breaking up. It was much worse than usual and Colin had to come to her rescue.
I don't really like Kate McKinnon but I can't deny she's talented.
I didn’t like her in any of her movie roles, but she’s excellent on SNL.
I thought of one more example of "Satanic" heavy metal. I turned to the Christian station that plays what I consider good music and heard "Our father, who ain't in Heaven!" It seems there was a temporary equipment problem and I was picking up another station.
And yes, Kate deserves any Emmy nominations she gets, and possibly Emmys.
I think her breaking wasn't planned (or wasn't planned to be that uncontrollable), but the plan all along was for Jost to break her out of the ridiculous character and allow her to monologue as herself.
Maybe someday, we'll get a new book and knowdis for sure.
Does AC/DC do some songs that would be considered metal? Perhaps. I'd consider them mainstream classic rock more than anything, as would I consider Van Halen the same. Metallica is more metal. And metal doesn't equate devil worship satanic music. The vast majority isn't. The "people" you are referring to, also have no clue what that music is. They hear stuff on the news, hear a lyric to one song and group all the songs together. Kiss is far from a "satanic" group as well. Again, girls, cars, partying. But they wear makeup and black leather, so they are satanic? Seriously? Come on, you know better than that.
That I can believe.
You mean-we can belie-dis!
I doubt that. They ran so long they didn't have time for the 10-to-one sketch.