#1
I know punk term and definition is universally skewed, but seriously, how does even begin to make sense?

I mean, I can almost understand MCR and Simple Plan, but Plain White T's? Yeah Yeah Yeahs? The Used? Dashboard Confessionals? And THEN, out of no where, is The Dropkick Murphys.

And not only that, but it's one of my favorite songs, that was released a couple of years ago. How do they put all this other crap up on a punk list, and then have this random, out dated Dropkick song there?

It boggles my mind. I...I just don't know.

#2
ummm google guy got drunk at work?
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#3
What's so wrong with The Yeah Yeah Yeah's?
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#6
its actually really obvious.

think about what major event is about to happen this weekend.


the superbowl. and where are the patriots from? new england. boston. that should explain it.


EDIT: im not sure if youve ever watched any of their games before but they play that song alot when going into commercial breaks.
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#8
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its actually really obvious.

think about what major event is about to happen this weekend.


the superbowl. and where are the patriots from? new england. boston. that should explain it.


EDIT: im not sure if youve ever watched any of their games before but they play that song alot when going into commercial breaks.


Ah, well I guess that makes sense. But who the **** does google think they are to think DKM are in the same genre as Plain White T's?
#10
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well its what google talk peoples are listening to

so it probably takes the genre from the persons media library

sooooooooooo i really dont think google actually has anything to do with it


But is it not punx or whatever, to target corporations?

Is it not?
#11
The Dropkick Murphys song is probably there because it was in a movie. I forget which one...
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#12
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The Dropkick Murphys song is probably there because it was in a movie. I forget which one...



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#13
What is causing this:

Jew media conspiracy funded by the Illuminati and executed by the Freemasons under the guise of big business and the oil companies while secretly sanctioned by the Pope.

It's simple guys. To these kids the word punk is not a movement or a style. It's something that's dangerous and cool, like smoking a cigarette when you're 16 or driving without your seatbelt on.

As for the Dropkick Murphy's, they are probably the nicest, least offensive band you can get into and still call it punk. Well, maybe not THE nicest, but it's up there.
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#14
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But is it not punx or whatever, to target corporations?

Is it not?



all it is is a chart of people using google talk, and what music they are listening to at the time, im guessing taken off theyre media player, and grouped via the genre that the listener has assigned to it, theres nothing else behind it

plus theyre own label is owned by warner, which is the 3rd largest record label..... so i wouldnt be so concerned about punkness...
#15
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As for the Dropkick Murphy's, they are probably the nicest, least offensive band you can get into and still call it punk. Well, maybe not THE nicest, but it's up there.


dropkick murphies supported boston beatdown, which on a personal level i find very offensive and the rather opposite of nice
#16
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dropkick murphies supported boston beatdown, which on a personal level i find very offensive and the rather opposite of nice

Did they participate in it, or did they support it?

See, if they didn't actually participate, they can get away scot-free, and keep their young oblivious audience.

Also, don't forget they play up the "working class Irish" bull**** that the kids go crazy for.
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#20
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dropkick murphies supported boston beatdown, which on a personal level i find very offensive and the rather opposite of nice

boston beatdown?

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#21
Doesn't Boston Beatdown have no affiliation with FSU? I don't know a lot about the Boston scene so I may be wrong.
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#22
Woah Woah ! Dropkick Murphys affiliated with Boston Beatdown?

I have lost all desire to ever be a fan of that band or listen to their music. >:|