Tuesday, December 1, 2009

DJ HERO HATE CAMPAIGN




(FROM WIKI)
Turntablism is the art of manipulating sounds and creating music using phonograph turntables or digital turntables and a DJ mixer. The word 'turntablist' was coined in 1995 by DJ Babu[1] to describe the difference between a DJ who just plays records, and one who performs by touching and moving the records, stylus and mixer to manipulate sound. The new term co-occurred with a resurgence of the art of hip hop style DJing in the 1990s.

AND ON TO THE HATE

(THIS IS WHAT THEY SAID)

The makers of Guitar Hero introduce an entirely fresh and innovative way to experience music. DJ Hero features an amazing variety of music across genres – tracks that you love and reflect who you are. Using an authentic turntable controller, you will spin and scratch more than 102 songs into unique mixes and become the life of the party. Get ready for a whole new phenomena in music.

IT SHOULD SAY

The makers of guitar hero introduce an entirely fresh way to rip off a
culture that has been struggling to make ends meet since it started.
DJ hero features and amazing variety of ways to brainwash small
children to immerse themselves in top 40 shit and classics that are
only helping you fake the funk more than you already have for buying it.
Get ready for a whole new way to half ass style and appear to have fun
when you could have actually went out and bought dj equipment and didnt
just pretend your cool.

AND THE POINT IS!?!?!?!

CORPORATE AMERICA CANNOT GET AWAY WITH THIS ...
REAL DJ'S STAND THE FUCK UP!
REPOST THIS AND MAKE MORE BLOGPOSTS SPREADING THIS.
BOYCOTT THE PURCHASE OF THE VIDEO GAME DJ HERO
THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON FOR A CULTURE'S SAKE.



OFFICIALL HATE CAMPAIGN PARTY

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3 comments:

  1. Why would anyone intentionally begin a hate campaign? Even if you dislike DJ Hero to the nth degree (have you played it?) I cannot imagine intentionally starting a movement based on hate. There are thousands of better individuals, corporations & social movements to spend your emotion on than a video game.

    I can understand it if you feel that DJ Hero trivializes your art form, and yet how silly would guitarists come across if they began a hate campaign against Guitar Hero? The point of playing DJ Hero is not to be a real DJ, or even to go out and learn to be a turntablist afterwards, but to have the maximum pleasure with the minimum effort.

    Soldiers don't boycott Modern Warfare because it doesn't do justice to shooting people in the face. Guitarists don't boycott Rock Band. There's enough ahte in the world without you trying to spread more of it, directed at a video game. Relax. Play it. You might enjoy it. At the very least DJ Hero will be positive p.r. for the industry, and will get the message out to more individuals than you can.

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  2. thats cool bro ... someone has to do this

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