Saturday, October 25, 2008

Different Music.

I've been listening to songs that I don't usually listen to a whole lot. Well, I guess just really one song that I never thought I'd really get in to. What song? Lovebug by the Jonas Brothers. I know. How strange. I keep thinking something like, "Isn't that the band that all the little girls love to swoon over and watch the Disney Channel all day long just so they could possible hear some of their music on the TV?" But, I have to admit, it's a real catchy song. So I guess thanks to Austin for introducing me to it a week or so ago.

I guess there's nothing wrong with listening to that music and liking it. It's just something I never thought I'd see myself doing. I guess that just proves that you can write music that almost anybody would like, even if you're a band that's geared towards a totally different group of people. I guess you just have to know what's catchy.

I've only listened to one other Jonas Brother song and didn't really find it all that great. It's that Burnin' Up song or whatever. The way his voice breaks after every line makes me unable to do anything but anticipate the next break, hehe. So, I guess in short, I'm not really a Jonas Brothers fan, I just really like that one song. But of course, there's nothing wrong with being a fan of them. It's just not my usual style of music. I still have a hard time listening to the parts in Lovebug where their talking or whatever. I also wish they'd repeat the chorus a little more when he plays the electric instead of the acoustic. ..and after listening to it again, I realize that I'm annoyed by his voice on the verses. Heh.


Kristi said...

OMG I love the Jonas Brothers! :)

Shawn Stinson said...

Randy, I'm so disappointed in you. I'm not kidding. This is not something I'm saying just to be funny on your blog. I expected so much more from you.
How dare you.. 1.) listen to the Jonas Brothers on purpose and 2.) like it.
What has happened to the cool Randy I used to know who was always mentioning good new songs and artists to me. Ugh, I don't know what to say.

But, then again, I am someone who has still has Hanson's "Umm Bop" on his Ipod.