** how did TLI get roped into this??? wow lol cause there bloody shit now and no gives a crap about them anymore and naturally they bring the song down when they open their mouth, I kinda like Tegan and Sara's parts but at times it gets really cheesy but The Lego Movie looks cheesy as hell so i'm not surprised. :P
** I hate it! Not even the dubstep parts can save it from 1*. Shithouse piece of rubbish that I hope disappears quickly.<br><br>Okay maybe not quite that bad, even though it's annoying that it was denied it helped me avoid hearing it much. Still pretty crappy, cheap and cheesy though. Last edited: 23.02.2015 11:21
*** Get that chart hit Tegan & Sara *.*<br><br>It really is menacingly catchy though, you could say that everytime it goes off my mind...it just wants back in my head (dun dun, dun dun, dun dun, dun dun). But at the same time it's kinda really crappy and there's way too much auto-tune on show. The positive though is that there's one really catchy bit that especially hooks me just before the chorus, which I kind of like. It goes for about a second, perhaps less; I'm sure this is a record.
*** I found this very hard to get through initially but I think it's grown on me a bit (or more likely I've just gotten accustomed to it)? There's a decent melody or something and I imagine it works well for the film, and I've had fun overusing "AWESOME!!!".<br><br>ARIA Digital Tracks run: 24-23-30-39-(R)49-cont<br>Or as an image: http://i.imgur.com/O280Ffb.png Last edited: 17.07.2014 19:57
*** I guess you'd probably have to have watched "The Lego Movie" to enjoy this song to its maximum potential, which I'm sure I'll be doing sometime soon.<br><br>Until then, I'll just have to say what I think right now, which is that it is obviously a song focused at children, meaning I can't be too critical of it.<br><br>Odd that The Lonely Island performed on a song in a kids movie, but it is what it is.