We hate J-Tags

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Music is something universal, I don't like bands just because they're from Japan, I like their music because it's good and nothing more, J-Tags are something like reverse discrimination.

Simply... if you don´t like j-tags, join.

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  • AfezeriaMiku

    Internet is full of cock sucking motherfucker and you bitches here that applaud this motherfucking group are just another asshole that better off be shot till they fuckin cringe!

    6 déc. 2013 Répondre
  • BitchDestroyer

    Fuck this group, japanese music is really WAAAY to unique to avoid these tags.

    13 nov. 2013 Répondre
  • catlitta392

    Me neither, I don't like J-tags, but I like K-tags

    29 déc. 2012 Répondre
  • jaquedickinson

    The problem is not the number of member of this group, the true problem is fact that weeaboos are dumb people. Weeaboos and their stupid arguments tsc,tsc,tsc...

    26 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • kacper92

    It can't be just a Japanese "genre name", because it's simply done by weeaboo nutcases. It's about overlooking the genre that a band plays and putting it into the same category with other bands that have nothing to do with each other. Just look at Maximum the Hormone similar artist section, ie. Suprisingly, Japanese music isn't only the same generic VK/anime openings/bubblegum-pop shit. There's also another stupid term saying "J-music" that equally needs to be killed with fire. It lumps these 3 types into one set and fucks up chance of Japanese bands, that don't fall into this category, being recognised. Until u all will get it knocked into your heads, we, J-tag haters will always win!

    12 oct. 2012 Répondre
  • bleachgeek4973

    v Not really, the term is pretty clear "Japanese - *enter genre here*. It's convenient for finding bands from Japan, and good *sometimes* to find artist from Japan with a genre that you want. Let's say the j tags didn't exist but I was looking for a Japanese pop artist that wasn't extremely popular compared to other artist. The way the last.fm system is I'd probably wouldn't find much. I would get more popular artist from other Countries. If you look at the pop, rock, and jazz tags it's consumed by mostly American and UK acts *especially pop*. Now if everyone would tag stuff the right genre (Japanese artist who aren't pop being tagged as j-pop, like seriously bro?) it's useful. Also someone mentioned that they all sound similar and because it's from Japan it's no different. That's actually not true for some of these artist. Some actually sound different due to the music history influences from the Country. Every Country has different and similar music history, and history influences.

    7 jui. 2012 Répondre
  • kacper92

    I really don't undestand why there is J-pop tag or J-rock I mean there are a lot of German rock bands who sing in GERMAN and we don't have a G-ROCK G-METAL G-POP tag. at all. for me, Rock, Pop, Metal it's the same, it doesn't matter in what language the people sing!! [2] And they can't even decide what does this silly term means xD Whoever defends this J-(genre) tagging is a douche.

    30 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • mellodywords

    The number of members in this group makes every argument about J-Tags is invalid and irrelevant, brb while I rofl.

    18 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • Arashinightmare

    The f**k are RHCP, My Chem, and SOAD doing in this group?

    9 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • Kaolla_chan

    no wonder the charts are full of j-rock. trying so hard to be hipsters and not happy at all that their ''underground'' music is tagged as popular. [2]

    15 déc. 2011 Répondre
  • Japistachoco

    Lady Gaga is in the group charts. What the fuck people? [2]

    26 août 2011 Répondre
  • Tzukimono

    It's incorrect to use romaji tags, just like it is to use katakana for american bands.

    6 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • moonra-zk

    I like bands only because they're japanese dealwithit.png [2] I don't know why, I'm not japanophile, but I do like some bands only because they're japanese. Like UVERworld, for example.

    24 mai 2011 Répondre

    I like bands only because they're japanese dealwithit.png

    27 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • Twiggyay

    HURR DURR DIR EN GREYS HAGESHISA SINGLE IS TOTALLY JPOP AND JROCK Not metalcore at all, no. Fuck it hate all fans of music that comes from Japan.

    20 mars 2011 Répondre
  • ArgentumAbyssus

    Just because an artist is from Japan doesn't mean that you have to use the J tag. If I'm listening to (Insert Japanese band here) and want someone similar to them, regardless of their nationality, I'd like the appropriate tags used. Not everything in Japan is J-Rock too! Just because they use guitars, doesn't mean they're J-Rock! This frustrates me to no end!

    6 mars 2011 Répondre
  • HoloPolymath

    V No one is disputing whether it is considered a genre by anyone else; in fact the existence of this group acknowledges as an antagonist those who claim J-tags are completely legitimate. I won't say I hate the tag, but in the end it can't distinguish someone like Shiina Ringo from Ayumi Hamasaki, or Galneryus from Dir En Grey. It'd be much more helpful to categorize more specifically when one needs to discern whether an artist is worth checking out. The problem is, with the general scope of the "J-" tag, I could be listening to Dir En Grey when I want to find something similar to Galneryus, or listening to Ayumi Hamasaki when I want something more innovative like Shiina Ringo's music.

    3 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kanto_sho

    Something which is much harder to swallow than the tags is the habit using capital letters for japanese groups and artists.

    9 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • JarethDrakul

    The J-tag annoys me because alot of artists I like are tagged in a style they don't perform like alot of electro or industrial artists get tagged J-Rock when they haven't do anything remotely rock.

    2 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • rosencorp

    Lady Gaga is in the group charts. What the fuck people?

    28 jan. 2011 Répondre
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