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I don't get why anyone would buy Lady Gaga's album (with such a cover and awful music, especially compared to her first album). I honestly believe that she can easily control people. She's built a fanbase who would honestly die for her. The things I read on forums and on Twitter by her fans are pretty scary. It wouldn't surprise me if it was true.



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naruball said:
I don't get why anyone would buy Lady Gaga's album (with such a cover and awful music, especially compared to her first album). I honestly believe that she can easily control people. She's built a fanbase who would honestly die for her. The things I read on forums and on Twitter by her fans are pretty scary. It wouldn't surprise me if it was true.


What cracks me up is when you see ANY artist that has a similiar style, but pre-dates her people are always on there yelling that they ripped off Lady Gaga. I saw this recently with a Goldfrapp video from 2001, "wow way to ripoff gaga!" seriously guys? I'd respect her more if she wasn't a copy of David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust stage persona and Madonna's music.



Metallicube said:

Problems with your argument:

- Satan isn't real

- Even if he was, it's pretty presumtuous to assume just because the music "came to" certain musicians that turned out to be really good, that it somehow came from the devil. Did you ever consider that maybe they're just really talented and that's why they can come up with great music?

- You seem to imply that these musicans are influenced by and thus embrace these demonic presences, but most of the accounts of these supposed "spirits" are FEARED by the artists.

- As I expected, there are no solid pieces of evidence here, as is true with anything with religious implications. There are just rumors, paranoia, and quotes taken out of context.

- Who says these spirits are evil? Maybe they're angels.. after all they are responsible for great music. You're essentially claiming here that Satan is responsible for great music. Blasphomer! :P


The Devil was the "head of music" in Heaven before he got throuwn out of it by God.



Fedor Emelianenko - Greatest Fighter and most humble man to ever walk the earth:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVVrNOQtlzY

The Bob Dylan video I saw that already, but all this is true and Kanye West all said yhat he sold his sole than tried to change what he said.



What about christian black metal?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULztj50pZus

btw when someone says "sold my soul to the devil" they usually say it as a metaphor, but whatever



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When ever I cut myself by accident, I quickly drink the blood and say its for Satan.

I also pray every night to Satan that he brings demons from his fabulous underworld orgy so that I can meet them.

Oh and I give Satan stickers to school kids every year.



We should have an ignore function on VGChartz, it'd make ignoring all the crazy people much easier. At least five people are now on my ignore list just from this thread alone, that guy with the dog avatar is one of them.

At least I found a cool new band, Tori Amos got some nice tunes.



Bet with Conegamer and AussieGecko that the PS3 will have more exclusives in 2011 than the Wii or 360... or something.

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=3879752

Damn way to long for me to bother reading..



Krstorm said:
What about christian black metal?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULztj50pZus

btw when someone says "sold my soul to the devil" they usually say it as a metaphor, but whatever

If you like them, have you heard Holy Blood?

 



coolbeans said:
Shocked to see this much information on this. As a christian, I say keep it up.

How bad was Prince's deal with The Devil? He only has...3-4 songs that are good.

Well, I don't know if Prince made a deal with the Devil but he did openly admit on Oprah he has another spirit (a demon) living inside him and the reason why he calls himself Formerly Known as Prince because he's confused on what the spirit wants to call him.

There are many, many more examples in the Documentary They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll.