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Blood On The Dancefloor, Children Without Enough Attention

I have had about three encounters with Blood on The Dancefloor and none of them good.  They are spoiled little boys with big dreams, small talent and hang on only with controversy and their teeny fan base of gender confused boys and soon to be 'fag hag' overweight little tweens who think they're cute. 

My most recent encounter in Hartford CT, swore me off them for life.  I would much rather spit in their face than give them any press at all. 

What saddens me (not really) is that they're still using shock and bad shock at that for attention. They cannot break the business with their talent (Dahvie seriously, lose Jay-y clean your face and find a band- you are the talent.  You don't need the gimmick and these boytoys are weighing you down)since its lacking so hey lets try to disturb people.

Unlike, say Marilyn Manson or other 'cult' figures BOTDF simply isn't smart enough to do it well.  Thus, we are stuck with music videos of faux Columbine stature, promoting anti bullying mindsets while carrying knives. 

The song is awful
The video is a pathetic attempt at art.

Grabbing on to a trendy topic to get attention is working.  Talent still eludes them and their fans seem to be getting younger and younger.

The be brave don't be bullied message is perfect for a couple of fame deprived man children who only seem to make the news with their errors in judgment.  Not unlike little children craving attention from a world busy doing things of importance. 

Unfortunately this video is not a dream as it is to the character portrayed here- its real and its lame as hell.

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