• @Omgarm
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    601 month ago

    “If you watched the Anime you know why this upbeat song is actually severely depressing!”

    “Fuck off Tim, we want to get drunk.”

  • @kometes
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    351 month ago

    When CDs were first put into jukeboxes in the 80s, I know someone who played “Revolution 9” like 10 times in a row. It was me.

  • @Num10ck
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    there shouldnt be songs in the jukebox that shouldnt be played.

    • @[email protected]
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      311 month ago

      Lots of places are digital now. Know where your friends are? Play tubthumping 10 times in a row.

      • @Godnroc
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        51 month ago

        Always a classic for your bartender friends. Unfortunately, they always know how to turn the volume down.

        • TurtleJoe
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          31 month ago

          There’s a skip button for a reason.

          I have a regular who I have to periodically remind not to play what I call “novelty songs.”

          It’s like, “Sarge, I know that you genuinely want to listen to Monster Mash, followed by four different James Bond movie theme songs, but you’re killing the vibe here.”

  • @samus12345
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    271 month ago

    I was curious what his shirt originally said that had everyone terrified. Turns out it was blank and it’s just the fact that he’s old.

    • @[email protected]
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      81 month ago

      I don’t think there’s a whole lot of intersection between Calliope Mori and Hatsune Miku when it comes to music, but I’m not super familiar with Calli’s catalogue, so I could be wrong.

      • @Duamerthrax
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        21 month ago

        Calli has covered vocaloid songs before. That’s about it

  • @niktemadur
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    171 month ago

    Known as “wyatting” about 15 years ago in the UK, in honor of Robert Wyatt, when they installed the first digital jukeboxes with millions of unskippable songs, some used the opportunity to select the densest, most obnoxious material, which obviously included Mr. Wyatt’s most obtuse pieces… and boy did he have some doozies.

    At some pub after a runway show, where designers and models were partying it up, some bloke selected the entirety of Lou Reed’s “Metal Machine Music”. The party dissolved pretty soon after the “tunes” started.

    Cultural guerrilla vandalism at its’ finest.

    • @mPony
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      21 month ago

      I would have just played Warm Leatherette a dozen times.

  • @Harvey656
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    141 month ago

    I’m Extremely surprised to see a Cali reference on here. The Picard Maneuver is very cultured I see.

  • @gmtom
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    ahem

    Miiiiina san~

  • @hark
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    91 month ago

    He’s gonna kill 'em with the bass.

  • @Xanis
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    71 month ago

    It shouldn’t really be on a Jukebox I think, though End of a Life by MC is one of my favorite songs. It just has so much self and history and weight, plus it sounds great. I dunno. Good music is good music and tastes differ.

  • @niktemadur
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    61 month ago

    What would he play, if allowed to get to that jukebox?
    Lou Reed’s “Metal Machine Music”!

  • @[email protected]
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    41 month ago

    Yeah the 20th Imagine Dragons song the rest of the other basic chuds having been playing the past 2 hours is so preferable.

    I only like jukeboxes when I have more money than anyone else because most people have shit taste in music

  • @wanderinglurk
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    31 month ago

    He could have gone sneaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking-neaking