There is nothing like having a friend who will be there for you.
One of my friends wrote up a fine post and even included links for you here today. Tucky Dave went out of his way to help a brutha out.
You remember, I have been away on travel. The work I do fries my brain and makes me unable to create any new installment of the FUCKNO series.
Alas and alack, I have come home and found out that my tribe's internet server is has fucked me again.
Without permission and not even giving me a kindly reach-around, I am at a loss to find Tucky's links and rant.
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But I went into the TDC forums and found some interesting things from our awesome members.
Here we go.
TDC’s own member Laz has this link for us to check out. He is a rocka. Thanks Laz!
JonM always delivers. Here’s his NSFW contribution.
Our TDC buddy t3knIq posted an excellent diatribe, and it is one with which we all TDCers quite concur. This young fella knows his shit. Check it out:
A lot of people stereo type country music as the whiney lovesong type music. There are a lot of those types of songs in country, but there are a lot of sappy love songs in a lot of genres. There are a lot of upbeat party type songs in country......
There are funny songs in country.....
There are A LOT of songs of pride in country!
Or how bout this one. A famous Nine Inch Nails song, Hurt, covered by the man in black, Johnny Cash......Trent Reznor was originally unsure of the cover, thinking it would be gimmicky, but here's what he said after the video was released by Cash....."I pop the video in, and wow... Tears welling, silence, goose-bumps... Wow. [I felt like] I just lost my girlfriend, because that song isn't mine anymore..."
Everyone has their own opinion, and you gotta respect that. But if you really wanna be open minded towards country, you gotta listen past the twang of the guitar, the drawl, and listen to the lyrics. There are tons of country songs that have some POWERFUL lyrics, and most of the time they have some sort of realistic backbone to them. Not every song is written off of personal experience, but they are still hit-home type lyrics.
I am into all music, but I think country is the most heartfelt as an entire genre, just my opinion.
In fact, I could probably do a whole day's blog worth of material on how much variety is in country....I honestly hope you enjoy the videos!
Yup. That’s how TDC rocks. It’s all about freedom to say what ever the hell you want. It’s best if you can write it in such an excellent, eloquent way, as t3knIq has done there, up above.
Here is what t3knIq himself does.
Indeed, country music was invented in America, and that it is called Country.
It is our country that rocks this planet, and it is the music of these artists who hold our country's truth, morals, party-time, and heart in its hand.
Get off your high horse and jump on the mechanical bull.
Ok, wait. Not fair.
Get yourself into the real real for a little while, and enjoy some of what makes this country great.
Why do you think we have a heartland?
Wake up and smell the coffee.
God Help You.
God Help Us All.