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About Jitterbug

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  • Birthday 04/30/1995

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    Perth, Australia
  • Favorite Madonna Song
    Waiting

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  1. Jitterbug

    The internet has killed the pop song

    Yes that’s what i was trying yo say. I didn’t know what an sjw was so didn’t know how else to word it.
  2. Jitterbug

    The internet has killed the pop song

    Also, i’m honoured i got to grow up in the 2000s before the internet was a major thing (was still in development), before people started looking at their phones, music wasn’t disposable and people went out to buy music, less issues like lgbt shoved in your face, and less evilness in the world etc.
  3. Jitterbug

    The internet has killed the pop song

    But the 2000s was the best time ever for music! How can you all not give it credit when music was still original, creative and before all the auto tune, disposable acts started coming in? Music was magical and innovative and music these days is just blandly remixing every song from the 2000s. So many artists these days have bland voice and come out with generic material. Just look at the top 40 charts.
  4. Jitterbug

    Michael Jackson: Paedophile

    I wonder what would have happened to MJ if he were still alive today. He would have been around 60 yo. He died too young! He should of had at least had another 20/30 years to live.
  5. Jitterbug

    Michael Jackson: Paedophile

    I can’t stand him or his music.
  6. What she this much of a lunatic in the 90s and early 2000s to?
  7. Jitterbug

    Troye Sivan

    I can’t stand him
  8. Jitterbug

    Shawn Mendes

    He's cute but his music is pure trash..
  9. Actually, I like physicals again CD+DVD.. I guess as nostalgic items. Went to a record store today and bought 5 cd singles for $5 all together. Felt nostalgic. Streaming is great for exploring new stuff or listen to things you wouldn't buy.. I guess it's like a try before you buy..
  10. Jitterbug

    Prince

    I want to start collecting him now. I find his vast back catalogue very fascinating...
  11. Oh and if I buy physicals, it be only CD/DVD. Not viny/cassette/VHS as they are too bulky, inconvenient and can't play them or rip them... Madonna is the only artist I have cassettes, vinyls, VHS etc for which I don't play, only collect.
  12. I stream all my music on Spotify on my iPhone and only occasionally buy the mp3 (or even the physical) if it's not on Spotify. At home, I listen on my iTunes all the rips and mp3s. I'm on Spotify premium so I get unlimited streams for free. I do feel guilty about streaming though as I'm not helping to keep the physical format alive as I see no use in them anymore. Music is very disposable now as the click of a finger but you can virtually access nearly every album in the world and only pay like $12.99 a month. Not having to worry about data storage from memory, updating songs, discover new music, no need to connect the phone to transfer to sync, no need to pay $2 to own a song, no need to worry about using up my data! Don't have cd player or vinyl player (not even in my car). I usually just rip cds once then put into my box never to be looked or touched again. I find vinyls too big and bulky to buy. Haven't bought physicals in ages and only ones I get are Madonna's (for the collection) and some rare pieces I run into it (aka Katy Perry's Teenage Dream Confectionary two CD digipack Aus pressing) simply because I run into it for a cheap price and its rare. Most of my physicals I can't seem t get rid of but just sits in my room as clutter! Physicals these days are just not the same as they were in the 00s! I feel physicals are just an inconvenience now even though I love them still...
  13. Jitterbug

    Melbourne terrorist attack

    Not exactly because there are quotes that say something along the lines of if you kill an innocent person then it is as if you killed the entire population and doing evil to solve an evil is forbidden to.
  14. Jitterbug

    Melbourne terrorist attack

    Misinterpretation of the Qaran. Shame because a great majority of Muslims do not support this, in fact, are angry because they are using their names to make them look bad.. I was on Bourke Street very recently before it happened and they did it in front of one of my fave JB stores in Melbourne I'm glad the attacker is dead but am very scared about his wife being free. They should keep their religion in Syria instead of targeting and shoving down other people's faces.
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