"imp3rfect-porcelain" wrote:I beg to differ. You don't just rely on words, but it helps. Poetry and words can be put beautifully in songs and by doing so you just made that music ten times better.
You're using a medium to express yourself in a different medium.
"imp3rfect-porcelain" wrote:Adele and artists like her are amazing. They sing, they put emotion into, and I don't see Adele playing any instruments, but she must be pretty good to make it as far as she has.
No, she must be easy to market. And what's easy to market? Something you can easily emotionally relate to. There's no musical integrity in what she does. Not even poetic merit. Just a "juicy" autobiography in an easy to market form.
"imp3rfect-porcelain" wrote:Music with lyrics doesn't sell. Does that make them bad? No.
A) Yes it does.
B) Your grammar is terrible.
"imp3rfect-porcelain" wrote:Stop treating music like it shouldn't have lyrics.
What is semantics?
Music shouldn't have words. Words encourage people like you to attach emotional relation to songs because you stupidly think it's an example of artistic merit.
The foul realism is unleashed
Upon the Earth we'll bleed
The kindness of deaths grasp
Relieves us from the pain