What Is Your Biggest Guilty Pleasure Song/artist/band?

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MM305 | 06:18 Tue 14th Nov 2017 | Music
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Now, don't make this post about me because it is made for you folks! If you do not have a guilty pleasure, just say so or don't answer. Otherwise, don't feel scare to share your guilty pleasure(s) here (I won't judge criticize you, I promise. I already have too many flaws and guilty pleasures to even have the gall to judge/criticize/make fun of someone).

Here are the things that can count as a guilty pleasure:

1) Something you felt uneasy/negative about at first, but then ended up liking for some reason.

2) Something that would lead to physical (as well as verbal/mental) assaults no matther how much you try to defend/ignore

3) An interest that you know is flawed/has its faults, yet you like it because you can't help such a feeling. For example, a song with full racial/sexist lyrics. You may be aware that the song is heavily flawed for its sexual/racial lyrics, and end up thinking “Damn, they are right about this criticism", but you can't stop listening to it! (I could also use Nicki Minaj's Anaconda video as an example for males, because such a "seemingly" objeciifying video may still get males sexually aroused to the point of wanting more of it.

4) Liking something that is “out of character/different in personality and approach" compare to yourself. Like this metal guy who admits to liking some pop acts!

5) You are the minority of a fan base that is filled with your opposite gender (like a male liking Justin Bieber/1D/Taylor Swift/boy bands/etc.)


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I have 20,000 tracks in my iTunes library, so obviously I have plenty of guilty secrets musically.

Probably universally reviled, and rightly so, is Jon Anderson the former Yes frontman. I give you this awful example (which I do really like), Song of Seven.

Posted the wrong track, but you get the gist. This is Song of Seven.

My Spotify playlist is full of driving guitar music, with just a few guilty pleasures.

EG Andy Williams, Music to watch girls by, Tiffany, I think we're alone now, Carly Rae Jensen, Call me maybe,
Edith Piaf, Milord, Fountains of Wayne, Stacey's Mom.
after that dreadful Jon Anderson track, I think I will have a nice Romeo Y Julieta cigar to restore my sanity.
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Yogi-bear - I was actually asking that question to Captain2, but thanks for answering.

By the way, I didn’t mean to say “you started it” as an insulting manner. You seemed to be confused on what I meant by “cutesy/girl little girls” and I was just clarifying to what I meant.
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Fiction-factory - “but can you give one reason why it wouldn't be fine for you to listen to them as long as you don't inflict them on those who don't want to hear them?”

I listed 5 definitions of a guilty pleasire on the description box that’ll answer your question. Heck, it even explains that you can believe it’s fine AND still find it as a guilty pleasure.
I can't believe it but my guilty pleasure is 'Say Yes to the Dress' the American one. This is so unlike me...maybe psychological as I have never been wedding dress shopping despite having got marrie. Perhaps I am hankering for romance....!!
///yogi-bear - I'll take it that you that it's okay for a grown male to listen to girly/cutesy little girls? ///
^This is what you wrote mention at all at the time in your post of any Japanese pop idol band of video link, yes?......

/// You seemed to be confused about what I meant by "cutesy/girl little girls"///

I'm not the one who's confused, in my opinion, MM.

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