Society Killed Bruno Mars


For me anyways.

(to listen to the songs noted in each picture, just click it.)
It all started when by brother gave me Bruno Mars’ debut album, Doo-Wops and Hooligans.

I started to appreciate it more and more.

And eventually liked it a lot.

I even got a bit weird with it too.

But, as Q said in the Next Generation finale, All good things must come to an end. Songs on the album got a great deal of exposure and were picked up by teenyboppers.

But once the Mini Pop Kids covered it, it was pretty much damaged beyond repair.

 

Thanks a lot everyone. You know, this is why we can’t have nice things.

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