*visits blog and follows back* Ah we were born in same the year! Except my birthday is on 12th November ^^
Aww thank you for following back! ^^
Really? That’s cool! So you’re about 6 months younger than me c: Hehe my best friend was born November 19th so she’s exactly half a year older than me xD
Oh and thanks for the translation/summary of Reita’s radio thing! It made my day c:
Y - The last time I cried as…I think maybe sometime last week. It was one of the moments late at night when I couldn’t sleep and my mind starts wandering and all my stress and worries and sadness kind of just starts flooding my mind. It was one of those late-night breakdowns.
A - Yes I am available and forever lonely ;w;
S - The song I last “sung” (I can’t sing omg) was I think Fallen Angels by BVB yesterday when I went for a quick grocery shopping trip with my mom and I was listening to music and quietly singing to myself haha
E -The easiest person to talk to for me is my best friend and sister Amy c:
Thanks for asking ^^
So this is a sequel to my serious rage about the "bassists don’t matter" thing…
To everyone, who seriously thinks that:
Try and take out the bass of a song… that song will no longer have a core or a soul, call it what you will. Those bassists work off their fucking fingers on those thick strings just to add the ROCK to the song.. there would be no background, no frame, no color to any song without the bass. it would sound like you fucking recorded it on your computer, YOU IGNORANT BASTARD!
^All of this.
The bass of a song is literally the BASE of a song. A band and a song is nothing without a bass. Please realize how important the bass is in music and appreciate it. I play bass myself and I know personally just how important it is. Bass doesn’t stand out and it’s not bam!-in-your-face! but it is essential and it is always there in the back.