Monday, August 3, 2015

[MV Review] Stellar - 'Vibrator'



Stellar has returned to the K-pop scene to sing about how much they enjoy using vibrators.




If you read any comments about anyone bitching about this song's MV, ignore them. Do not ignore them because they're trying to hold women's sexuality back or anything of the sort. Ignore the morons for only commenting on the music video and ignoring the song. Vibrator is the best song out of the girl group summer comeback deluge, and the competition isn't even close. Now now, I know T-ara and Wonder Girls haven't returned yet (as of the writing of the article, every article of mine is scheduled in advance), no other girl group has come close to delivering a song this good.

Vibrator is simply a great song. I don't know enough of the technical aspects of music to express why it is so good, but it's not nice of Sweetune to finally produce their first good song since I got into K-pop. (I got into K-pop after they stopped working with Kara and Nine Muses ...)

What I can say is that I like the instrumental. I like the various blending of the guitars and the synths — they work together instead of overpowering each other. The verses are slow in the beginning of the song but build up to the great chorus. However, what I feel makes this song great is the bridge at the 2:00 mark. It's an abrupt slowdown right after the chorus, and it gradually builds up and up, taking that same high energy into the final chorus, and then the song ends. The brevity of the song, ending at its climax is what makes the song so good for me, because I instinctively push the replay button because I need to listen to the song more. There's no way this song would have been as good if it was 30 seconds longer. It is rare for a song to end on a high note, as we're too used to songs going out on a limper.

Just imagine (for the guys) that you're banging a hot chick. Normally, you would blow a load and then your dick would shrivel back to its normal size and be all sore and shit (assuming you had a good orgasm). Then you're ready to go to sleep right after, not giving two shits if the girl wants to cuddle or some other gay shit. That is what a typical song is like from the viewpoint of a girl. Sure, there was a climax, but at the end, you were just a dick and fell asleep, not leaving her wanting more.

Now imagine that before you're ready to jizz, you just pulled out and stopped. To make it worse for her, she was on the verge of squirting everywhere. Make her crave the jizz. That's essentially what this song does, and that's why it's so great. It instinctively makes you want to listen to it.

(Yes, the MV is awesome and I would let Hyoeun pee in my face, but the song is so good that I didn't even need to write about the actual MV.)

11 comments:

  1. Great song, even the haters mostly admit that.

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  2. Stellar had some really cool songs, it's annoying how most people ONLY focus on their ultra sexy dancing and clothing.


    There are so many vagina-symbols in this MV.

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  3. I came across an article you guys might care for (or not): http://www.sbs.com.au/popasia/blog/2015/07/24/stellar-had-fight-management-wear-less-revealing-underwear-vibrato-mv

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    1. Your resistance only makes my peins harder.

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  4. Vibrato and hurt locker are the only songs I really really like this summer

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  5. The 2:00 is what I don't like in this song. That and the cute girl's rapping at 0:25. I like the chorus though and the instrumental part.
    Ok, now I'm going back to spazzing on Sonamoo's Cushion.

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  6. I'd let Hyoeun squirt all over my face

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  7. The tell me tell me tell me love made me listen to the whole song for about the 100000th tine

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  8. Even if you hate the video, you can't deny that the song is liquid fuckin' gold. definite contender for one of the best kpop songs of summer, maybe even 2015 entirely.

    Most of Stellar's songs are good, tho. People just tend to focus on the overt sexuality in their videos as supposed to the quality of the songs themselves, psh, they don't know how they're missing out.

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