Topic started by m.ariff (@ brk-22-33.tm.net.my) on Sat Jul 3 23:39:03 EDT 1999.
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i see nothing much here except for a dead horse's requim that is IR don't you all have anything else to discuss about!
- From: Need some Music SENSE (@ snfcb611-34.splitrock.net)
on: Sun Jul 4 01:21:20 EDT 1999
Hai ariff did u escape from Madras-10 by any chance???? or is the climate at ur place very very hot!!!!! man u r real fun.....
- From: Scottraja (@ bkj-cache81.jaring.my)
on: Sun Jul 4 08:13:03 EDT 1999
arif, you must be nuts to call IR dead horse.
THe Man is a genius whether you like it or not.
There's certainly no debate about it!!!
Maestro is genius then, now and forever; I pity your pathetic music sense!!!
- From: V. Balaji (@ 1cust80.tnt12.nyc3.da.uu.net)
on: Sun Jul 4 13:35:26 EDT 1999
Please discrad this and Khandekar's threads. Inspite of valid replies, these people resort to name-calling and wild-accusations.
What we need is healthy discussions. People can differ in their views fine, but making outlandish statements should not be encouraged.
The only way to stop such people is to ignore them. Let's stop replying.
- From: eden (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Mon Jul 5 05:13:00 EDT 1999
Those who have been complaining about censorship must have understood by now why scissors (and/or `del' key) are needed
Thanks bb & co!
- From: Kayal (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Mon Jul 5 06:29:56 EDT 1999
Well said... Ariff, Don't ever lose your guts by seeing these aggressions from IR worshippers. These fanatics never digest anything against their guru even it is a positive criticism.
aama, athu eppadi, if one go on to say anything about IR, then you will start getting pity on his music sense. But, if he applauds IR, then he has very good sense in the music...Super thathuwamppa..!!!!!
- From: Mahadevan (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Mon Jul 5 09:17:42 EDT 1999
The topic is an assault on aesthetic sensibilities of any music loving individual. You cannot use words like "dead horse" while describing a creator, and that too of such high order, who scarcely repeated his tunes in two glorious decades of his career. This is not the starting point of any debate but a conclusion which has been arrived at by Ariff. If this is "positive criticism" then God help them.
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