Another one of those "alternative rock" bands that has chosen quantity over quality. In other words, Lifehouse has chosen to "sell out" to the Top 40/pop music audience with recyclable radio-friendly hit singles rather than producing unique music of good quality.
Like many of their "sellout" contemporaries, the band's breakout single came in the early 2000s (in Lifehouse's case, "Hanging by a Moment," released in 2001), from which it started catapulting off the success of that song by releasing more hit singles of similar sound and dubious lyrics.
Lifehouse, which is sometimes labeled "Christian rock," consists of Bryce Soderberg, Rick Woolstenhulme Jr., and lead singer Jason Wade. The band was formed in 1999 near Los Angeles, California, USA.
Lifehouse, like a number of other "post-Grunge" bands dating from the late 1990s to present, mass produces radio-friendly hit singles by recycling old melodies and churning out grade school-lyrics.
Rapturist: Noun. Someone who believes they will be taken off of planet Earth by Jesus Christ sometime prior to His actual return (up to 7 years ahead of time).
BOB: I'm wondering if this REAL ID will eventually lead to the Mark Of The Beast.
BRIAN: I'm a Pre-Trib Rapturist, so I couldn't care less.
Tonsil hockey. The BEGINNING (tongue to tongue) or ADVANCED (tongue to guy's "hockey stick") way. If one thing leads to another, hooking up can result in EXPERT tonsil hockey which means the male's "hockey stick" thrusts itself into the female's "goal post." SCORE!
When Ben and Zakira decided to "hook up," one thing lead to another, and Ben scored!
|53.||I See Stars|
6 person band that started in Warren, Michigan.
Lead Vocals: Devin Oliver
Guitar & Vocals: Brent Allen
Guitar: Jimmy Gregerson
Bass Guitar: Jeff Valentine
Drummer: Andrew Oliver
Keyboard/Synth: Zach Johnson (was); Chris Moore (now)
Their debut album, 3D, was released April 14, 2009.
"Dude i saw I See Stars on Saturday!"
"Whattt, you lucky bizzle!"
"I know right, best band ever."
A person who comments on a thread dedicated to a topic they pretend to abhor but secretly find fascinating, if for no other reason than they are compelled to act out a deep-seated impulse to be a total opinionated douche bag. This condition is often coupled with bitchitus and in some people can lead to chronic dickiness.
If one encounters a threadbear squatting on a site, it is best to let it shit then move on without interruption.
|55.||Escape the Fate|
Escape the Fate is a Post Hardcore band signed with Epitaph Records and is from Las Vegas, NV. They were signed in 2005 after winning a radio contest held by My Chemical Romance (MCR). Their first album is 'Dying is Your Latest Fashion' which was sung by their first lead singer, Ronald (Ronnie) Radke. After Ronnie got put in High Desert State Prison, the band got a new singer Craig Mabbitt. Craig is the ex-singer of BlessTheFall. He sang in their album 'This War Is Ours'.
ETF fan: It sucks Ronnie's in jail...
ETF fan 2: Yeah, but Craig is pretty awesome too.
ETF fan: Yeah but its not the same.
ETF fan 2: Yeah, but think about it, at least Craig saved Escape the Fate
ETF fan: True.
An acronym for "GQ mother fucker," referring to actors that are physically attractive enough to grace the cover of GQ magazine. The internet has decided that GQMF refers specifically to the lead actors in Star Trek: 2009 (Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, aka ZQMF).
The term is ubiquitous at the livejournal community ontd_startrek, where it has now become a means of referring to the members of that community, despite the statistical improbability that any of those people are even close to GQMF status.
SIF: Look at my photos from the Fresno ontd_startrek meetup! What a bunch of GQMFs!
Response: If I wanted to look at pictures of a normie I would go on facebook.
Correct usage: Did you seen the new Captain Fine walking post? What a GQMF!