25 thoughts on “Populism, Yea, Yea! – BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

  1. This reminds me a lot of the American Idiot musical, what with the trained Broadway type people trying to do the whole early '00s punk thing when they really have no business doing it. Not saying it's bad, just that it's an odd mix.

  2. 1 & 2. Of course this isn't Emo rock, if it was strait up emo rock it wouldn't be satire, would it?

    3. I think the people of the 19th century can take it. They're pretty dead to criticism these days. Besides, if we don't recognize the mistakes of our past, how will we grow as a culture?

    4. Seriously? Insulting someone is never EVER a good debate tactic. It immediately puts them on edge and makes them less likely to listen to you. Plus, it makes YOU sound like a 5 year old.

  3. 1. This isnt emo rock

    2. There using and embrassing rock, not making fun of it

    3. Its meant to make fun of the people in the 19th century

    4. Your stupid and dont know what rock is or what making fun of something is

  4. Guys. The lyrics are bad. They're HILARIOUSLY bad. But they're are SUPPOSED to be bad. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson's writers made the lyrics bad:

    1. To show that Jackson led the US in "America's teenagedom," where it was expanding, becoming independent of Europe, and finding its role on the world stage, and…

    2. To further act as a satire for modern-day politics and the political mindset.

    I absolutely LOVE this musical, but yes, the lyrics are hilariously terrible. With good reason.

  5. @HDextremesports Um, duh? I went to school, too. What does that have to do with the quality of the song or the show?

  6. @SeventhEve You do know all of this is based on andrew jackson… 7th president of the U.S.A who owned many slaves and had very strict anti-indian views and laws. i know this and i'm Australian haha.

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