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05-17-2010, 11:14 AM
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05-17-2010, 11:18 AM
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LOL good stuff. seems like you guys actually like singing it

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They sing it at BU during the PK, it's so ****ing annoying.
God that was so freakin annoying when I heard that in Manchester during the frozen 4 regionals. Really freakin annoying.

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05-17-2010, 12:19 PM
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I loved it! You guys have set a new standard. Every time the habs will be down and out in a game, this song will come out to haunt them, everywhere accross the league! Kudos, and good luck!
I seriously have trouble believing it hasn't been done before. It's creative mockery, but not such a stretch that you need people with high IQs to think of it. And I also dislike the idea of it being used every time they're down in any random game. Save it for truly embarassing performances like last night.

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God that was so freakin annoying when I heard that in Manchester during the frozen 4 regionals. Really freakin annoying.
But you HEARD it. That was the point. In what might as well have been a home game for UNH with an NHL-sized crowd. It is dumb as a hockey song, but other than the standard team chants "Let's Go Flyers, Go Habs Go" etc., having something else to chant/sing is a good idea.

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05-17-2010, 09:10 PM
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All in all, it was quite funny, but I must admit, you guys lack rhythm.
Try this one for size: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8uvomoa-Es

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All in all, it was quite funny, but I must admit, you guys lack rhythm.
Try this one for size: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8uvomoa-Es
There is French rap?!?!?!?

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05-17-2010, 09:28 PM
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All in all, it was quite funny, but I must admit, you guys lack rhythm.
Try this one for size: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8uvomoa-Es
Sounds like a Simon Gagne appreciation rap.

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Sounds like a Simon Gagne appreciation rap.

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05-17-2010, 09:37 PM
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The camera work and 1998 gangster rap mannerisms magnify that awful rap song's suckage.

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Sounds like a Simon Gagne appreciation rap.
AWESOME!!!

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All in all, it was quite funny, but I must admit, you guys lack rhythm.
Try this one for size: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8uvomoa-Es

Can someone with French Skillz please provide some form of translation? At least let me get the gist(sp?) of it.

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how many other american cities would have gotten the joke? i feel kinda proud about that

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There is French rap?!?!?!?

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Believe it or not, people speak other languages than English.

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05-18-2010, 07:31 AM
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Believe it or not, people speak other languages than English.
You mean when I speak German or Spanish I'm not speaking English? Cause I always thought...


Anyway, yes. I am kind of shocked that there is French rap. I probably shouldn't be, but I am.

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You mean when I speak German or Spanish I'm not speaking English? Cause I always thought...


Anyway, yes. I am kind of shocked that there is French rap. I probably shouldn't be, but I am.
Must be nice to live in that little bubble. So sheltered...

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You mean when I speak German or Spanish I'm not speaking English? Cause I always thought...


Anyway, yes. I am kind of shocked that there is French rap. I probably shouldn't be, but I am.
Dont be shocked. You haven't heard it because it is horrible and no one down here has any reason to listen to it.

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05-18-2010, 08:09 AM
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Dont be shocked. You haven't heard it because it is horrible and no one down here has any reason to listen to it.
Fair enough. Most rap is pretty terrible to begin with. Throw in another language and I can't even keep up.

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Must be nice to live in that little bubble. So sheltered...
It's a symptom of living in the US. Maybe not to the degree that many Americans see it, but the world DOES kind of revolve around North America, culturally, economically, etc.

And it can be tough getting into music where you don't understand the language. It took me years before I started appreciating music in French/Japanese. Hell, I speak Chinese and I can't stand music from over there.

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It's a symptom of living in the US. Maybe not to the degree that many Americans see it, but the world DOES kind of revolve around North America, culturally, economically, etc.

And it can be tough getting into music where you don't understand the language. It took me years before I started appreciating music in French/Japanese. Hell, I speak Chinese and I can't stand music from over there.
Actually, you'd probably be surprised at how eclectic my taste in music is in terms of languages. Look up Mezzogiorno by Jovanotti on youtube. The video is awesome, and I love the song.

You'd probably be less surprised that I don't give a **** about rap.

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Actually, you'd probably be surprised at how eclectic my taste in music is in terms of languages. Look up Mezzogiorno by Jovanotti on youtube. The video is awesome, and I love the song.

You'd probably be less surprised that I don't give a **** about rap.
Hah, that guy has a sweet outfit. I'm more into harder rock, but I guess it's a matter of preference. And rap used to be good before it went commercial. Classic rap is to modern rap what classic rock is to modern rock. More substance and style.

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music from other countries is wonderful. boris, merzbow both from japan all wonderful

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Hah, that guy has a sweet outfit. I'm more into harder rock, but I guess it's a matter of preference. And rap used to be good before it went commercial. Classic rap is to modern rap what classic rock is to modern rock. More substance and style.
I'm more punk/ska with a mix of some hard rock and classic rock infused.

I agree that classic rap has more substance and style than modern rap, but then again, modern rap is pretty much pre-packaged nonsensical crap these days. Welcome to the MTV generation.

As for the difference between classic rock and modern rock, if you can't find something in the modern era with more substance and style than the dime-a-dozen soulless rock you listen to on the radio stations like 93.3 and 94.1 then you're doing it all wrong.

You pretty much have to go almost underground to find music in the modern era that's worth listening to whether it be rap, rock, or anything.

If you couldn't tell by now, my love for music is equal if not superior when compared to my love for hockey.

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music from other countries is wonderful. boris, merzbow both from japan all wonderful
Japan's rock and punk scene is getting stronger by the year. I've never heard of Boris or Merzbow though.

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It's a symptom of living in the US. Maybe not to the degree that many Americans see it, but the world DOES kind of revolve around North America, culturally, economically, etc.
Economically? Wake up, If China ever came calling and demanded the 900 BILLION owed to them the good ole USA would be a third world country before you could say USA

Culturally? Seriously?

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Economically? Wake up, If China ever came calling and demanded the 900 BILLION owed to them the good ole USA would be a third world country before you could say USA

Culturally? Seriously?
Seeing as how we're likely fairly easily the largest consumer of Chinese products, I can't see them demanding anything and risking becoming themselves a 3rd world country when the largest customer folds.

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