Is that SIMON PEGG in Band of Brothers?
high school musical soundtracks, bahahahahaha!
Bahaha! That’s not a bad idea, actually.
Next time we’re in town, we should blast it outside Kailee’s door and sing it as loud as we can just to annoy her. LIKE OLD TIMES.
Claude Debussy was a 19th century French composer who often liked to work with the piano. He also liked to write songs in a whole tone scale. I like his stuff. Yeah. I said “stuff.” I’m not very articulate sometimes.
Mr. Cullen (of the Edward variety) apparently enjoyed his music, too. I guess he made Bella listen to it in his bedroom before he turned into a human-sized spider monkey and took Bella on a ride through the treetops. (That was a very bizarre sentence). After seeing this, I thought one thing to myself, “Debussy in Twilight? Yeah, because that’s a reference your 13-year-old audience will get…”
Anyway, one time I got into a friend’s car, and she was playing Debussy on her CD player. I thought that was very cool. It’s hard to get anyone, especially kids in my generation, to listen to classical music.
“Debussy?” I said. “Cool.”
“Yeah,” she responded. “It was in ‘Twilight.’ I like it.”
I went from being impressed to wanting to throw her from the moving vehicle in the matter of, oh, two-point-five seconds? Oh, these fickle ways of mine.
But… this incident made me think of a very important question. Does the matter in which someone discovers something amazing and worthwhile really make a difference? Should I not have been excited that my friend discovered Claude Debussy, even if it was through something as irrevocably lame as “Twilight”?
Or does the fact that she discovered it through “Twilight” negate any “cool factor” she might have had? Would she have even liked Debussy if his music hadn’t have been in “Twilight”? Would it even matter?
So… these are my questions. What do youthink?
I’m thinking about downloading music later.
Any songs/bands/artists I should try out?