Discussion in 'Serious Chat' started by The Outsider, Sep 10, 2005.
I only get angry when I listen to Slipknot because of how horrible they are.
I only get angry when I listen to Slipknot because of how horrible they are. [/b][/quote]
You get angry at how horrible a band is? I think that calls for some help. I mean music can be bad but there is a simple solution don't listen to it. But please don't get angry.
I agree with what Tunnelvision and others said, if you're happy listening to Slipknot certainly isn't going to make you an angry, depressed person, but it can fuel any anger you have. When I'm angry I listen to pissed off music and it does build and get me more worked up and then it wears itself out. It stops it from stewing.
But influencing your emotions is different then controlling mental state, if someone is getting depressed/hurting themselves/hurting other people you can't use music as a scapegoat, that's ridiculous. If listening to [insert metal band here] supposedly made someone lose control shoot up a school then they were already so close to the edge they needed help a long time ago.
To wrap it up: I think music certainly influences your emotions but it does not control them or you.
You get angry at how horrible a band is? I think that calls for some help. I mean music can be bad but there is a simple solution don't listen to it. But please don't get angry. [/b][/quote]
That's all I have to say.
Music can create anger in my opinion, but it depends on, what other people have said, the way you interpret it, whether it's the lyrics or just the music.
I'm not even going to bother reading through this thread.
Music doesn't create anger. Music releases anger.
This holds true if you're in a mosh pit. You're releasing your anger by beating the living shit out of that guy who looked at you funny when you first walked in.
Or that guy wearing makeup.
Or that guy wearing makeup who looked at you funny.
Or that guy wearing makeup who looked at you funny. [/b][/quote]
Or that guy wearing makeup who looked at you funny who also started to cry when he found out that Opeth was playing that night instead of Green Day.
Or that guy wearing makeup who looked at you funny who also started to cry when he found out that Opeth was playing that night instead of Green Day. [/b][/quote]
Well I'm sorry that I'm not an Opeth fan. I just like Green Day and Boulevard of Broken dreamz & omgz li3k billy is li3k omggggggz the hotttttttest everrrrr.
That right there is what creates anger.
You know what creates anger for me? These fuckers who go into a concert with thier wife-beaters on and throw people out of the way to get in front. This one fucker was intentionally pushing his elbo as hard as he could into the middle of my back between my shoulders. I'm a girl for fucks sake and you're a puffed up white boy who wishes he wasn't!
*breathes* Ok, i'm sorry for that. But people with no respect for other's health or well being make me quite angry. He had no such reason to do that. Just like the guy who came up and punched my and my friend's breast while he was going around in a pit. I'm sure he didn't hit each of ours on accident!
Music doens't create anger, stupid people do.
I don't believe music has the ability to create anger unless you're the type of person who gets aggravated towards bad music or something like that. I think music just helps trigger anger because of thoughts or memories that it provokes.
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He didn't. [/b][/quote]
And neither did Rammstein, before anyone asks. :angry: Neither of them asked those guys to shoot anybody.
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