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Music Monday: Party Time!

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/26/2018 Category: Music
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Backwardseden was being a partypooper in our "Party Time" debate, nonetheless same rules apply. r1 is acceptance then we share 3 songs in each round, all in various (12 different) genres.

Focus will be on respecting the choices of music and not rebuttals, but we can give brief summaries of the opponents choices per round.

Lets go


I hereby accept the challenge.
Debate Round No. 1


Right lets get the Tuesday Tunes underway!

I'll start of with my 3 favourite genres, (hip/hop, Punjabi music, and wwe/f music) - all 3 genres were my childhood.

1: N2Deep- Back To The Hotel

Amazing beat, you're hooked from the beginning. The video is chillout.

The next song I have chosen ties in to my current debate with Nartnod7875, there I talk about generational differences, and how baby boomers (people in their 60s) are now egotistical punks and think they are better than everyone. Now watch the next video n you will see what I mean. The video itself is hilarious, but the message is a serious one...

2:Babe Bhangra Pounde Ne (Old Men Are Dancing) - Gurdas Maan

You might have heard of him, he tours globally quite a lot.

3: Broken Dreams - Shamans Harvest

Beautiful start, mad beat, and great lyrics, it teaches you to put yourself first, backstab any motherfcvker if need be, but always be on the front foot. Although the song was for Drew McIntyre, he flopped so this song really didn't suit him. Perhaps my favourite English song ever.


I must say that I really agree with the wwe/f genre of music

Genre 1: Waking Lions, Pop Evil (Classic Rock)

Speaks for itself. Just listen

Genre 2: Walking In MY Shoes, Fever 333 (Screamer Metal)

Goes loud to soft, impressibly varied for screamer metal

Genre 3: Baron Corbin's theme song (Wwe/f)

Evil but awesome.

Back to you, pro
Debate Round No. 2


I liked the sound n video of walking lions, but I don't think they guys voice matches it tho. uncertain about walking in my shoes, decent but not great. For some reason I have never heard corbins' theme, I will be adding it to my playlist, sweet lyrics,

4: Don't Wanna F*ck With Us - John Cena & Marc Predka, (Rap)

keeping in theme with wrestling in it bro.

5: A Thousand Miles- Vanessa Carlton

timeless classic, revolutionised the radio music industry

6:Enemy - Fozzy (Rock)

great thought provoking video, and these lyrics shouldn't never be taken underestimated.


Hello and I would like to continue

1-Fade In Fade Out by Nothing More

A song that tells how important it is to love your father. (Soft Rock)

2-Three Days Grace-Time of Dying

The lyrics are so meaningful in the form of never surrendering, which is an important life lesson

3-Ed Sheeran-Castle On the Hill

Speaks about the importance of childhood.
Debate Round No. 3


Righty Oh, here comes some Thursday Tracks,

I'm sorry but I'm gonna have to get technical, are you sure "time of dying" is a different genre then anything you've listed ?(voters uh humm). Great lyrics nonetheless. For nothing more, I don't think it should be a rock based song, lyrics don't flow with it.

That was a nice lil story from ed


7: Tappe (Vocals)- L.Wadali

*Number two was a different genre of Punjabi music, this one is more folk based, you can tell the differences.
I'm not sure bout this video, he looks like a muppet, but this has become my favourite song ever, So listen n enjoy.

8: The Rembrandts- I'll be there for you

9: Living Colour - Cult Of Personality

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