Saturday, March 07, 2015

I Don't Necessarily Agree...

But I'm okay with it if it is true.

One person's take on the Bears' off-season.

I'm just waiting for the ultimate, and inevitable, transaction that will signal the Bears' emergence from darkness.  And everyone should know what I mean by that.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since Generic Male DJ's refuses to mention which songs he removed (unlike another poster that I know), I'm gonna mention them here for posters like jrshamus who would like to know.

Top Pop Hits 1980

Christopher Cross - Ride Like the Wind
Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall 2

Top Pop Hits of 1982 Mix

A Flock of Seagulls - I Ran (replacement for Soft Cell who happens to be back! Funny how that worked out.)
Toto - Rosanna
Daryl Hall & John Oates - I Can't Go For That No Can Do (but yet somehow got Private Eyes on there without a hitch)
Billy Idol - Hot in the City (replaced by Private Eyes as mentioned above)
Men at Work - Who Can it Be Now?
Foreigner - Waiting for a Girl Like You (replaced by Rod Stewart's Young Turks)
Also, once listed The Cars, Shake It Up as Just What I Needed and it took a couple of WEEKS for somebody to point that out!

Best Top Hit Music from 1986

Eddie Murphy - Party All The Time

Top Pop Hits of 1988

Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart
Taylor Dayne - Prove Your Love (Tell It To My Heart replacement)
Eric Carmen - Hungry Eyes
Terence Trent D'Arby - Wishing Well (Fun Fact: this song appears on another poster's comp (the same guy who mentions what songs he had to remove whenever he reuploads) and that comp HAS NOT been blocked for over a year now! Funny how Trent's song is a okay for that comp, but not okay for Generic Male DJ's.)
White Lion - Wait
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts - I Hate Myself For Loving You (White Lion replacement)

Also (as of this writing) he forgot to mention the last four songs on there.

Pretty Poison - Catch Me I'm Falling
Pebbles - Girlfriend
Debbie Gibson - Shake Your Love
Cheap Trick - The Flame (Joan Jett replacement)

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 2

Elvis Costello - Pump It Up

80s Alternative / New Wave Songs Mixtape Volume 3

Go West - We Close Our Eyes
Erasure - Chains Of Love

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 5

After The Fire - Der Kommissar
Naked Eyes - Promises, Promises
The Eurythmics - Here Comes The Rain Again
Love & Rockets - No New Tale To Tell
Lords Of The New Church - Open Your Eyes

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 9

The Cult - Fire Woman (notice how other Cult songs like V-Rock's She Sells Sanctuary doesn't get blocked?)

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Vol. 15

The Hooters - And We Danced

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Vol. 16

A Flock of Seagulls - What Am I Supposed To Do?

Anonymous said...

I'd also like to mention that Generic Male DJs once had his "Some of the Best 80s New Wave Bands Still Walk the Earth!" comp set to private before he eventually set it back to public. Both times without an explanation. Why?

Anonymous said...

Generic Male DJs says on Youtube:

"I have chosen to make it a policy to not disclose the artists that request removal, even if it makes my posts more difficult to maintain. They do own their works, even if it doesn't seem to make sense from my perspective, they have the right to dictate the usage of their songs and how they make revenue from them (or not)."

And this is just another reason why Generic Male DJs needs to have his head bashed to pieces with a lead pipe! He's just as much of the problem as the RIAA and the egotistical dipshits in the industry! People like Prince deserve to be backed off a cliff with no sympathy whatsoever!

By the way, here is the song from "Top Pop Hits Mix 1985" that got removed:

Aretha Franklin - Freeway of Love

Now remember, it may not necessarily be Aretha behind this, it could just be her label being the usual out of control brainless dipshits that they are. I'm not familiar enough with Aretha's ego. So I'll let her slide for now.

Anonymous said...

One other thing, take a look at this message from Generic Male DJs from his website.

"Hello - apparently the Arcadia Song "Goodbye is Forever" is blocked for copyright issues in Canada. I have stored all of my audio mixes on Mixcrate, please check that one out here http://www.mixcrate.com/genericmaledjs/dj_mixes ."

So apparently, if something gets blocked in America, he'll reupload, but if it gets blocked in other countries, he does nothing. Unbelievable! But what's worse is he has this "Mixcrate" page (as seen with the link above) and it has most of the comps that he had to reupload in it's ORIGINAL presentation like he intended it to be (i.e. no corporate and/or ignorant out of touch artist assholes to wreck havoc)! Yet, he hasn't uploaded anything on there since October! Is he that stupid to forget about Mixcrate and continues to upload to a website where he gets attacked constantly by the out of touch assholes of the music industry? The least he could do is leave a link to his Mixcrate page with each Youtube upload and upload on BOTH sites instead of just one!

Remember, short term greed (making money THEIR way of course), envy and just plain ignorance when it comes to adjusting to the times are just many of the reasons why the music industry is going to hell. And Generic Male DJs is too stupid to see that people like Prince, Sony and especially the RIAA are the root of the problem and deserves to burn as much as assholes who steal from people's homes! He is just as much of the problem as they are.

Anonymous said...

Generic Male DJ's: Those pesky copyright holders are at it again.

Me: Then why don't you list the removed songs you fucking retard?!

Oh yeah, FUCK GOOGLE/YOUTUBE!!! Those cunts are also another consideration to why songs are getting block in addition to the usual dipshit labels and/or artists as stated in this article below:

http://aramajapan.com/news/youtubes-new-policy-change-affects-american-japanese-music-fans/51582/

Now here is an updated list of removed songs that Generic Male DJ's is too stupid to post himself!

Top Pop Hits 1980

Christopher Cross - Ride Like the Wind
Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall 2

Top Pop Hits of 1982 Mix

A Flock of Seagulls - I Ran (replacement for Soft Cell who happens to be back! Funny how that worked out.)
Toto - Rosanna
Daryl Hall & John Oates - I Can't Go For That No Can Do (but yet somehow got Private Eyes on there without a hitch)
Billy Idol - Hot in the City (replaced by Private Eyes as mentioned above)
Men at Work - Who Can it Be Now?
Foreigner - Waiting for a Girl Like You (replaced by Rod Stewart's Young Turks)
Also, once listed The Cars, Shake It Up as Just What I Needed and it took a couple of WEEKS for somebody to point that out!

Top Pop Hits of 1984

Billy Ocean - Caribbean Queen

Top Pop Hits Mix 1985

Phil Collins and Phil Bailey - Easy Lover
Aretha Franklin - Freeway of Love

Best Top Hit Music from 1986

Genesis - Invisible Touch
Whitney Houston - How Will I Know
Eddie Murphy - Party All The Time

Top Pop Hits of 1987

Genesis - Land of Confusion

Top Pop Hits of 1988

Taylor Dayne - Tell It To My Heart
Taylor Dayne - Prove Your Love (Tell It To My Heart replacement)
Eric Carmen - Hungry Eyes
Terence Trent D'Arby - Wishing Well (Fun Fact: this song appears on another poster's comp and that comp HAS NOT been blocked for over a year now! Funny how Trent's song is a okay for that comp, but not okay for Generic Male DJ's.)
White Lion - Wait
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts - I Hate Myself For Loving You (White Lion replacement)

Also (as of this writing) he forgot to mention the last four songs on there.

Pretty Poison - Catch Me I'm Falling
Pebbles - Girlfriend
Debbie Gibson - Shake Your Love
Cheap Trick - The Flame (Joan Jett replacement)

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 2

Elvis Costello - Pump It Up

80s Alternative / New Wave Songs Mixtape Volume 3

Go West - We Close Our Eyes
Erasure - Chains Of Love

New Wave and Alternative Mixtape Vol. 4

The Thompson Twins - Doctor Doctor

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 5

After The Fire - Der Kommissar
Naked Eyes - Promises, Promises
The Eurythmics - Here Comes The Rain Again
Love & Rockets - No New Tale To Tell
Lords Of The New Church - Open Your Eyes

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 9

The Cult - Fire Woman (notice how other Cult songs like She Sells Sanctuary doesn't get blocked?)

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Vol. 15

The Hooters - And We Danced

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Vol. 16

A Flock of Seagulls - What Am I Supposed To Do?

80s Alternative / New Wave Mixtape Vol. 17

The Eurythmics - Missionary Man

And hey, I just found out that Bryan Ferry's "Love is the Drug" is from 1975 instead of the 1980's! What a fucking moron!

Anonymous said...

Hey, some posters on Generic Male DJs newest compilation just posted the removed songs on his board! Those two guys are awesome!

But just in case that stupid cunt Generic Male DJs removes those comments (which he hasn't at the time of this writing, thankfully) just to "protect" those dipshit labels and/or artists, here they are.

80s New Wave / Alternative Songs Mixtape Volume 24

The Bolshoi - Please
Gene Loves Jezebel - Gorgeous

And what's even more stupid, he set the original Volume 24 to unlisted after the dipshit labels in other countries had the playlist "muted"...and eventually REMOVED it despite still being viewable in other countries fortunate enough not to get "muted"! And this fucker wonders why he has a lot of enemies!