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And if that's the case, which I believe it is, think up another argument other than calling us bullies or saying WE'RE here only to To Kevin: Making this song a reference to Fight Club? Everyone has times where they argue with themselves about important matters- doesn't mean they have split personalities. The groom's party is coming through the church when one over hears a conversation claiming that the bride is a whore.
I've seen Fight Club close to 100 times and read the book (and many others by Palahniuk) and I can safely assure you this has nothing to do with that. they're catchy, I'll grant them that- just not my cup of Vault. It is a pathetic rip-off of several other bands, some of which have moderate talent. They burst into the wedding room and the person who overheard the conversation(the singer) now wants to bring it up to the groom but doesnt know how.
The only thing that really matters is that they have fans that like them and they meet a need - they provide entertainment to ppl who like their type of you have got to be kidding. alternative is the velvet underground, sonic youth, nirvana, R. at the disco haters out there you can go (deleted)yourselves and STOP searching there songs if you hate them so much! I'm just wondering how old everyone is who likes this music. I do regret that alot of teenyboppers like the band but just because the band is popular and they sound a little like pop-punk u shouldn't hate it. Kurt Cobain played every concert in whatever the f*ck he was wearing that day, and he was idolized by millions of people all over the world. I guess it's so cool to jump on the "Everything sucks" bandwagon. What if YOU were gettin married and YOUR bridesmaid called you a whore in front of the groom??
I mostly listen to music made 10 years or more before I was born (Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Hendrix) We need more original and creative bands like them.this is kinda sad.... And don't say I don't like real bands because I love AC/DC, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Who, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Nirvana, and Primus. They're not even real punk, they're seriously the exact opposite. They didn't care what they looked like, they didn't care who would show up at their shows, they didn't care if anyone like them, they just wanted to play. They spend more time on their appearance then on their lyrics. Would you not tell her she needs to mind her own business, or close the godd*mn door?
If the song was about conforming to non-comformist ideas and disrupting lives in order to live then yes- I'd agree with you. And just to be at the topic at hand: no, I'm not a big Panic! I'm with Tom- the Who, U2, Rush, there are loads of positive alternatives available. He complains that people should try to keep secrets better(closing the door) but then reliazes there are better ways to deal with this (poise and rationality).