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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    I still haven't gotten around to watching the episode, but I put On a Roll on my ipod last night and I think I'm addicted even without the context. Oh, honey. This is truly fucking ace lol.
    I swear, Iím at least a third of the Spotify plays.

    Watch the episode!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zecho View Post
    This is amazing. This is better than Strobelight.
    Let's not get carried away, here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeterthan View Post
    I just joined the one you shared the cover photo of Miley for on twitter. I wanna see what you guys are doing.


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    I wanna see! What group is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    I wanna see! What group is it?
    I think you quit it because of how bad it is lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss k bee View Post
    Haven’t watched Black Mirror since it left Channel 4, but watched this episode now I have Netflix. It was ok, but just makes me want to crave PHM even more
    Check out the rest too!

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    Oh shit so she really doing 'I'm on a Roll' oh and HLAH at Glastonbury

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    Someone saved it, right?

    edit: Is https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7c84bs the same?

    (I notice that the youtube thumbnail doesn't have the text.)
    Last edited by Shit Mirror; 06-30-2019 at 11:51 PM.

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    love me some miley! most of the vids on youtube are blocked in the US. bastards! evidently nick cave came out with kylie minogue for "where the red roses grow". would love
    to see that.

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    I hate this girl, anyway I just wanted to point out that this youtube is blocked all over the world.
    I backuped the dailymotion
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjaw View Post
    I hate this girl, anyway I just wanted to point out that this youtube is blocked all over the world.
    I backuped the dailymotion
    i was bummed i couldn't watch the cure set

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    The whole thing is on BBC iPlayer so that will be preserved and circulated.

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    Five remixes of On A Roll have popped up on the official Ashley O account. We live in a strange world.

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    By account, I assume you mean topic.

    Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxf2Kp-WRtPghP6dBUTvlg

    I'm disappointed the 5 remixes aren't Clay, Copper, Opal, Slate, Soil
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shit Mirror View Post
    By account, I assume you mean topic.

    Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxf2Kp-WRtPghP6dBUTvlg
    Thanks for the link. Pity they're all garbage.

    I'm a little disappointed that the 'Ashley Fuckin O' version just repeats the first verse twice. I hope we get a full version along with some creative industrial remixes.

    It would also be fucking hilarious (and awesome) if NIN produced a remix.

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    I really like the Junior Vasquez mix, throwback 90s house vibes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    I really like the Junior Vasquez mix, throwback 90s house vibes.
    ooh. i do, too. thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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    I love all of this!

    DJs remixing 'On A Roll' performed by Ashley O who is a remix of Miley Cyrus; meanwhile 'On A Roll' is another version of NINs HLAH. ART IS RESISTANCE!

    Miley Cyrus deserves and has earned this right, I've always seen the talent and creativeness in her; I hate people who truly believe that all pop artists suck. Biebs, Miley and a few others are okay in my books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaapz View Post
    DJs remixing 'On A Roll' performed by Ashley O who is a remix of Miley Cyrus; meanwhile 'On A Roll' is another version of NINs HLAH. ART IS RESISTANCE!
    Isn't the entire point of On A Roll to be submissively giving up control to oppressive management and having your creativity eaten by the machine? Kinda the opposite of both 'art' and 'resistance' (until the end).

    The episode paints a fairly negative (if cartoonish) picture of the manufactured music industry. It's not that pop artists suck, it's that most of them are just singers who have attractive faces and have no real talent outside that. They have board-room production teams that tell them what to sing and what their image should be. It's all quite fake, designed to generate sales with the facade of sincerity but by its very nature, lacks artistic integrity.

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    I totally get that, but I mean more from the outside looking in at the whole picture; surely TR knew some people, fans even, would not understand why he would allow this. It’s all in the name of art, video and audio. And the Ashely episode likely resonates with TR and how he was treated and restricted with several of his labels. Broken.

    and for the record, Justin has tremendous talent; he is a victim of the music machine too. (See his latest twitter post).

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    speaking of resistance, i will never understand the resistance to give miley a chance around here. we have a thread, she's incredibly experimental, appeals to several fringe audiences, can sing her ass off. we're still debating *why* how many months later? like, c'mon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kel View Post
    speaking of resistance, i will never understand the resistance to give miley a chance around here. we have a thread, she's incredibly experimental, appeals to several fringe audiences, can sing her ass off. we're still debating *why* how many months later? like, c'mon.
    If this is about what I said, please read it again. The post above mine implied that 'On A Roll' was an act of art as resistance, which it isn't (the HLAH version at the end of the episode, however, is). I countered this with a comment on the context of the song within the episode and then ended with a blanket statement about the truths of the real manufactured music industry. There is no attack against any particular artist or question of why.

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