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and this is coming from someone who lives in NYC, there are a lot more annoying people in the subway terminals lmao.
At least these people are performing for money (and you don`t have to give them any if you don`t want - amazing how that works). What I can`t stand is when I`m trapped in a subway car with a smelly homeless guy who hasn`t showered in years coming up to each person and begging for money.
What are street performers supposed to do? Magically conjure up enough money to get a recording studio to record their music, then somehow also get the money for advertising, and for the cost of the CDs?
There`s a reason they`re on the street, dude...
Row row fight the powah.
And is it so hard to be original these days or what?... Cookie Monster is copyrighted you know.
Though these guys are obviously talented, I just found this music to be somewhat annoying and these guys might want to consider that not everyone would like to listen to their music. Especially in an area where people have to stand for a while. A street corner would be different. That way you can just pass by. These guys are in an area where people are sometimes forced to be for an extended period of time.
Take whatever kind of music you don`t like and let me blast my stereo (in a public area) where you can`t help but hear it. It would get slightly annoying after a while, wouldn`t it?
So. . . that is quite sad that his career has left him as this. . .
*cries for the Cookie Monster*
Cute, but song was kinda annoying. :/Should try being the "Glockenspeople" for a while. >___>
pretty nifty though, xylophone always sounds comical