Monthly Archives: April 2013
Blanco Writes Songs For Attractive Performers Who Don’t Have Talent To Create Own Music
Jewish musician Benny Blanco (Benjamin Levin) is only twenty five years old, but he has written fourteen number one hits for Maroon 5, Wiz Khalifa, Gym… Continue reading
“For many people the name of Vienna signifies innocent jollity, a festive place for happy mortals. For me, alas, it is a living memory of the saddest period in my life. Even to-day the mention of that… Continue reading
This Week’s Song:
In honor of Saint Adolf Hitler’s recent birthday, our song of the week is from Parsifal. It was his favorite favorite opera, written by his favorite composer.
Back in 1882, Richard Wagner… Continue reading
“In my free time I practiced singing in the choir of the monastery church at Lambach, and thus it happened that I was placed in a very favorable position to be emotionally impressed again and again by the magnificent… Continue reading
Dr. Luke Writes Songs For Attractive Performers Who Don’t Have Talent To Create Own Music
Jewish musician Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) has written over twenty number one hits for Katy Perry, Kesha, Pink, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, and other performers.
Dr. Luke’s mix of “hip-hop, danceable pop, and catchy, anthemic hooks has defined this decade’s pop musical landscape.” He writes songs for performers who don’t have the talent to create their own music.
Back in the 1960s, Jewish musician Phil Spector wrote many hits for performers including The Righteous Brothers, The Ronettes, The Chrystals, and Tina Turner. He is known for creating the “Wall Of Sound” style, which included orchestra instruments and created a dense, layered sound.
Phil Spector is widely recognized by music critics as one of the most important songwriters of Rock and Roll. Rolling Stone Magazine named him the 63rd greatest artist of all time. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
“You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling” is the best example of Spector’s “Wall Of Sound”. This song is currently the most played song of all time on the radio:
However, Phil Spector has become outdated to the most recent generation of young Americans.
Therefore, Dr. Luke uses the same formula and writes for today’s stars. Both musicians write songs for young, attractive performers that become youth anthems.
Dr. Luke discusses the purpose of his music:
“I want each song to be the “Song of the Summer” that people remember for the rest of their lives. I want to create moments in time.”
In other words, Dr. Luke wants to create the soundtrack for the youth generation.
Part Ten Of “Jewish Racism & Violence In Old Testament” Series
According to the Bible, King Saul was jealous of the young soldier David.
Therefore in 1 Samuel 18:25, King Saul hoped to… Continue reading
For Nine Days, We Pray & Reflect On The Life & Death Of Saint Adolf Hitler
A novena is a Catholic tradition, which involves prayers that are repeated for nine successive days to obtain special graces.… Continue reading
In this tweet from April 15, 2013 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev comments on his victims from the Boston Marathon bombing. He says: “and they what “god hates dead people?” Or victims of tragedies? Lol those people are cooked:
In another tweet… Continue reading
Part Nine Of “Jewish Racism & Violence In Old Testament” Series
According to the Bible, the prophet Samuel appointed Saul as the first King of Israel.
Samuel often gave King Saul instructions from “God” and declared it was time… Continue reading
Wrote Youth Anthem “Waiting On The World To Change” & “Your Body Is A Wonderland”
Back in 2007, Jewish musician John Mayer was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and listed as one of the “New Guitar Gods”. He has sold over twenty million albums and became known for his acoustic love songs. His music has recently transformed into a “mix of Laurel Canyon folk and California country-rock“.
Back in the 1960s, Jewish musician Bob Dylan performed acoustic folk songs and was praised for his “poetic”, beatnik lyrics.
Many Americans listened to these songs and developed a personal bond with them. Music has helped shape millions of American’s views about life. They don’t want to get married and have a family anymore. They want to go party at clubs, “find themselves”, and “discover who they really are”.
Bob Dylan is widely recognized by music critics as one of the most important musicians in Rock and Roll history. Rolling Stone Magazine claimed he was the second greatest artist of all time. Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988.
However, Bob Dylan has become outdated to the most recent generation of young Americans.
Therefore, John Mayer uses the same formula for his own music. Both musicians promote promiscuity, homosexuality, and youthful rebellion.
The song opens with Mayer examining youthful apathy:
“Me and all my friends, we’re all misunderstood
They say we stand for nothing, and there’s no way we ever could
Now we see everything that’s going wrong, with the world and those who lead it
We just feel like we don’t have the means, to rise above and beat it”
In the chorus, he further explains:
“It’s hard to beat the system, when we’re standing at a distance
So we keep waiting, waiting on the world to change”
At this point, it would be appropriate to mention that John Mayer is PART OF THE SYSTEM.