I have to say that when Disney picks a terrible teenager to play some stereotypic role in a horrible sub par comedy, that’s fine by me, I don’t have to watch that stuff. But when they shift the child actors into the music industry, and digitally mutate every aspect of their voices just to make more money, then that really gets on my nerves. When these teenagers can’t sing worth dirt, and have to auto tune every damned note, then Disney is getting ridiculous. Because, with the dim-witted following of tweens, who buy these songs off iTunes and request for it to be played on radio, the innocent public are the ones who are forced to listen to this crap Disney labels ‘talent’. The constant bombardment of advertisements and music videos and interviews takes over TV like a super bug. It’s everywhere, and will not leave. And just when you think normal music, sung by people who have actual talent and have sold their life for this career, may just surface from the oil spill that is Disney, another wave of it comes and destroys that hope. I don’t care if Disney has taken over daytime TV shows and Pixar, but trying to edge into music is too much. Especially when what they call music is this horribly shallow series of noise.
Disney should die.
In my opinion, anyway.
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There's always been crappy music. This stuff is just easier to access, and the lyrics tap into something people want. Thus, popularity.
Personally, given the renaissance in 80s... stuff, I can't wait to have the music back. Fuck autotune, give me someone with a good voice, heavy bass, and a little synthesizer. <3
Reality television, yeah, now there's a bane on humanity.
It's why I never touch the Disney Channel (unless an actual decent Disney show is on, usually made prior to 2005) and why I never touch the radio. (Ever, lol wut radio? I don't even own one.)
-Victim of bad music tastes- I like pop. To my dismay. But er, I like the slightly less crappy ones? And I like rock n' acoustic too...
So, the true target of your hate is not Disney itself, but rather that pesky subdivision of Disney called Disney Channel. Here I agree fullheartedly, and not just the music--the show premises and characters are all identical. I recall one particular event:
Upon seeing something that my younger sister was watching, I stood up and proceeded to leave, stating, "I don't like where this is going"
"Where is it going?" my mother asks.
"When that character comes back," I replied somberly, "she will be wearing a platypus costume."
A minute later, my mom dashed into my room asking how I was able to predict the episode so accurately, having never seen it before.
So again, if you have to bash, bash the sector that deserves it, not Disney as a whole.
But yes, teen Disney singers aren't anything at all. My brother's choir conductor found himself in the same recording studio with one before. The Disney Channel people did one take, then packed up and left.