Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Alexand, Oct 25, 2017.
This cursed mashup
ok so when i worked at legoland back in the day, from october through november they would play these songs as background music.
Sadly no one has converted them to YouTube yet.
I'm wheezing. It's so earnest that I almost feel bad laughing, but whenever I've almost relaxed into "maaaaaaybe it could be oddly charming in its lack of polish" there's suddenly a kazoo and no. No it is not. If there's anything that could make me rethink the spirit of legoland, it's two months of off key pumpkin songs.
The jolly, good pumpkin, with confusing comma, and I say that as someone who loves excessive commas, was probably the worst choice I could have made. I already had "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" stuck in my head because of various Skyrim shenanigans involving bears and mountains, and now they've fused.
This is the sound of the apocalypse.
this is terrifying
this one is really good
Everyone else seems to find this awful, but I'm trying so hard not to scream with laughter at 3am. Am I the target audience?
haha this is something and I kinda like it for just being, like the sound of no bones anxiety
Man I love that song. It’s one of the most cursed sounds I’ve ever heard from an artist that celebrated.
I was trying to share this with my family, which was pretty funny in its own right because my sister (blue) couldn’t find the play button despite screenshots from both me and my dad (red) showing where it was.
This video makes me laugh! Turn on closed caption for some peripheral jokes haha
Its LOUD warning
Eta just noticed theres a cw "hang myself" joke in the CC, as an interpret of the sound
So, I recently found an online radio station that does nothing but microtonal/xenharmonic music. I'm very excited by this find, as you can almost always depend on xenharmonic music to be Extremely Cursed.
Here's the best episode I've found so far. Please listen to the first song. (And then, if you're into it, do keep listening, because there's a great space pop song that comes on a little later.)
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