JKent82 wrote:Also Macklemore on the touchdown celebrations is pretty awesome. I liked that a lot.
Psychobabbler wrote:It's good to be the king!
HansGruber wrote:Hawken-Dazs wrote:HansGruber wrote:Wish they'd just make a generic dubstep beat
I would take Paul Allen's band over dubstep any day. I can't stand womp womps.
Yeah but that's my point. I LOATHE dubstep, but at least it's kinda trendy and new. This song was embarrassing because it just sounds tacky, like old classic rock elevator music, doesn't get me jacked up AT ALL.
I just wish we had something that was intense as our team. Something that actually got the crowd fired up.
Personally, I'd LOVE it if they played something like this:
Zebulon Dak wrote:somebody please tell me this is a joke.
SharkHawk wrote:Remember, this team is Paul's legacy. He knows that he could be gone any day if the cancer comes back yet again (as horrible as that sounds). He wants to show his love for the team and leave something behind in the way he knows. He brought in designers to create the greatest stadium, the best practice facilities, went and got great coaches, stuffed all the places with great technology. He loves music. He is creating a song for his team that he owns. Cool tribute. I am sure someday when Paul is gone everybody who is griping about this will say how cool it is that Paul expressed himself in the form of art that he knows best and left something to his team that was personal. He's not a big talker or a guy who gets real involved. The closest I've seen in emotion from the guy is when he made a brief appearance on the field after the NFCCG. I think it's cool that he's done something personal for a team that he clearly loves.
Zebulon Dak wrote:It would be a great opening theme song for Talkin' Ducks! with your host Max Unger! if it was 1992.
SharkHawk wrote:I suggest anything by Zakk Wylde/Black Label Society. That's some pump you up music.