* Die amerikanischen Mädels können zu diesem Stück der drei Brüder (Adam, Jack und Ryan) fleissig mitklatschen, uninteressante Popmusik mit Dubstep, bisweilen ein schlimmes Gejaule – abgerundete 1.5…ab der gleichnamigen 2014er EP…
*** find ich gar nicht so schlimm wie hier dargestellt! Der Dubstep gefällt mir irgendwie noch gut! Ist mir aber zu sehr auf einen (Sommer)-Hit getrimmt! In den USA könnte das irgendwan noch höher landen! 3*+
** I've been hearing this a lot more and I don't like it any more than when I first heard it. The singer has an awful voice, The production is budget and irritating. Just really not my thing! At least it looks like they're having fun.
Whoever decided that the 'I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready' bit should be in there should be kicked out of the band (or fired). Last edited: 21.08.2014 11:59
**** Whichever brother is the one in the middle of the video, he looks so annoying and punchable :P Anyway, as much as I don't want to like this, it's so catchy and I can't get "I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready..." out of my head once I hear it. Spongebob pride! 4.5. Last edited: 04.08.2014 04:49
**** This is like seventeen different songs mashed into one mess and while a couple of them aren't bad most of them are pretty annoying. I kind of expect it to grow on me though.
Edit: It took longer than I thought it would but it's certainly grown on me now. Even the chipmunky "I'm Ready" repetition is no longer annoying me. This song has a ridiculous amount of hooks and they're all very catchy. I just love the "I know what you're thinking when the bass starts ringing can you tell me when you're stoked to start?" part especially. Last edited: 13.09.2014 13:16
** The beat drop is definitely the most acceptable part, however it's only one little section of what is an a la carte sort of pop song. I can definitely do without the chipmunky title drop at least, but most of the rest of it is little more than irritating. 2.5
So I don't think taking something random from a cartoon and putting it into a song is sofa king we todd ed, but I do wish they'd used a better one, y'know, something that highlights that our beloved sponge can be witty and subversive, not nauseatingly annoying.
This song has a lot of other perhaps ill-advised ideas that make it easy to dislike, like the at times uncomfortable bass modulation, and it's hella cheesy too, but I for some reason don't hate it. I found it surprising too that Sia is apparently a big fan of this group, and gives a shoutout which gets a shoutout in the video, which by the way needs to be properly enjoyed now while it can, because YouTube will probably make the smallest of adjustments to its layout within a year and subsequently ruin it. 3.6