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Music Industry Exposed new short film Part 1 & 2

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posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:33 PM
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My thing is that the videos don't make the song. If song is good enough for a video, that means it was already popular underground before it hit the mainstream. There are a few exceptions of course because if the artist is well-known and drops a new album the record company does choose which songs to promote. The videos definitly have werid imagery in them. But I think most people care more about the song than werid stuff in the videos.

So it would be pointless just to focus on the videos becuase the song is the whole reason there is a video.




posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:34 PM
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Ok guys, seriously....youve got to be kidding me.

Im going to give you a little lesson in modern day hip hop.

In the early to mid 2000's rappers Fat Joe and Lil Wayne made a song called "Make it Rain." They are talking about taking a bunch of money and throwing it up in the air so that it falls to the ground like rain....more often than not in the strip club. All it is is them talking about how they have so much money that they can just throw wads of it up in the air, and not worry about it.

From this song, the term Rainman was coined. As in, the one who makes it rain. Other people took this term and ran with it. If you were under the age of 30 and/or listened to modern pop music you would probably already know this.

As for the Rihanna song, Jay-Z is playing on this term when he is rapping about being the rain man (again, the guy who makes it rain in the club). He talking about flying about the weather in a G5. A G5 is a type of Lear Jet. The song is about someone who is having a difficult time in life, and Rihanna is there for them to help them out, ie, you can stand under my umbrella. ella ella hey hey....

Im not saying that this stuff doesnt exist, but to just focus on this one song is a little bit asinine IMO. I am a huge Jay-Z fan, and know just about every word to every one of his songs, so if you have any questions about them, or just wonder about my take on them, just ask. :-)



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:35 PM
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"Rainman," as in when Jay-Z says "I hear the beat, then I GO INTO MY RAINMAN" does not refer to "Making it rain," as in "throwing up dollars in the air."

2 completely separate things, and people were talking about "going into their rainman" routine way before the "Make it Rain" track came out...



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:38 PM
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This is what you do, you look at the top four major labels and follow their paper trails. You look at the top four retail outlets who carry the music. Do you see a connection? Do any of the people at the top of these companies (specifically the holding companies that actually own/control the labels and retail outlets) have members who also are members of the TLC and CFR? Do any of them hold seats with other special interest groups that can be linked to groups such as the TLC and CFR?



[edit on 23-1-2010 by EMPIRE]



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:39 PM
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I have been listening to rap music for about 20 years, and I never heard anyone talking about being the rain man or making it rain before "Make it Rain" came out.

When Jay-Z says getting into my rain man, or getting my rain man on or whatever, he is talking about getting into that frame of mind, like the hustler guy who just throws money around. Its just a play on words.

Show me an example of anyone in rap music talking about being the rain man or making it rain before 2003.

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posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:40 PM
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Yes, of course.

Most of them are owned straight up through Chase Manhattan and the Lords of London and other Rothschild companies.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:41 PM
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THANK YOU!



I disagree with that. People are such sheep these days that they will love anything that is thrown in their faces by the huge corporations. Have you even heard some of the mainstream pop music lately? Most of it is talentless garbage, but the sheep eat it up...


People change the radio station when they don't like a song. They do not like everything thrown their way. I download new music everyday, including mainstream, some of it is garbage, but you have to take into account who is the target audience. Adults don't like teenage lil girls or boys singing. It just doesn't sound good.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:41 PM
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"Making it rain" has nothing to do with "RAINMAN."

"Making it rain" means throwing money up into the air. I think we have established that now.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by Diplomat
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"Making it rain" has nothing to do with "RAINMAN."

"Making it rain" means throwing money up into the air. I think we have established that now.


EXACTLY! The Rainman is the guy who makes it rain. Why is it so hard for you to make that connection. Please, show me someone talking about being the Rainman before 2003.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:46 PM
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I have seen thousands of different videos regarding this subject, and unfortunately I am not very good at saving and archiving everything I see and learn, so I don't exactly even know where to look to find the older "Rainman" clips.

Besides, the Rainman argument is sort of pointless because as I said earlier, there isn't even much evidence regarding the whole Rainman thing, so at this point it is pretty much just a distraction.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 05:20 PM
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Maybe you did not watch all the videos?

Again I noticed Tanya Tucker: Lizzie and the Rain Man :1975
www.youtube.com...

Bob Dylan: I Wanna Be Your Lover : 80’s
Dylan talks about the Rainman.

Well, the rainman comes with his magic wand
And the judge says, "Mona can't have no bond."
And the walls collide, Mona cries,
And the rainman leaves in the wolfman's disguise


You know, I already mentioned that this was in the videos, but I guess you either did not read that or decided not to watch them. I would say both examples are well before 2003. I am sure there are more but they point out many of the recent ones showing that the term has increased.

Raist



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 07:09 PM
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"Rainman" = Satan, evil, Baphomet, a evil one to fall before satan

Making a deal with the devil, for fame, money etc as all the illuminat have done


Everything is visible in these accusations for you to see. Evil is all around the evil is what rules the world, seated elite the NWO. Its been a plan in motion for 250+ years by the same bloodlines of families ruling civilization to this day that are incarnated with evil because they have sold their souls for power, money, and fame.

[edit on 23-1-2010 by OpTiMuS_PrImE]



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 07:27 PM
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So you are telling me everytime I hear (Rihanna - Umbrella, or Fat Joe ft Lil Wayne - Make it Rain) I am actually hearing the artists channel an evil god while they sing. Did satan invent autotune?

What is the point of satan using artists to channel evil through their music?

Or does satan get bored as hell in hell and he has nothing better to do than 'make it rain on dem hoes' becuase he has so much money and it is so effin hot in hell.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 08:25 PM
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Well you could look at the life style they portray and see that it most certainly is not a Christian life style. I would say it portrays the opposite of Christian values. Seeing that the music and the life style are so popular and many seem to want to emulate these artists I would say satan is doing his job.

Really I am not sure how better to explain that part. I have noticed something that I find rather strange though. I watch nickelodeon with my son, you know stuff like Sponge Bob, Dora, that sort of thing, and on there they advertise something called Kids Bop. It shows kids not older teens singing along with music that seems above their level of maturity. Songs such as those by Lady Gaga, and stuff like that. Young kids are singing this sort of stuff. I supposed their parents let them listen to it at home type of thing.

You might think it is crazy or nutty but there is something going on through the media people take in. Movies, music, and video games. I have seen repeated illuminati/NOW/satanic symbolism in all these forms. Most of the time those pointing it out are deemed crazy but then again more people who believe in conspiracies are as well. There is one conspiracy that is very real though and that is the one dealing with the human soul.

I am just working on the whole Rainman thing myself it has not been brought to my attention until this thread actually. I am listening and researching though because it does make sense. As I pointed out in an earlier thread the videos do talk about Rainman far before the idea of making it rain on strippers.

Raist



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 09:03 PM
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I found this blog that I might be in relation to the videos posted in the OP.
spiritspeakstruths.blogspot.com...
It might help explain some of what they are discussing. The blog looks very similar to the videos.

Another site to help explain this concept of Rainman.
vigilantcitizen.com...


Just some stuff I found.

Raist



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 09:19 PM
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If I was going to list 3 rainman songs off the top of my head that referenced the "Rainman" they would have been those exact 3 songs listed in your first link.

Fat Joe ft Lil Wayne - Make it rain
Lil Wayne ft Tpain - Got money
Ya Boy ft Lil Wayne - Rainman

Then Rihanna - umbrella

The part in 'Got Money' where Lil Wayne references the 'Rainman' is the hook of the Ya Boy song Rainman. Ya Boy cut it out of Got Money, paid Lil Wayne and put it in his song.

Ok Lil Wayne is not satan, I listen to his music. He is a comic rapper, he raps off the top of his head and says the first thing that comes to mind. He is funny, he is a good guy, and he gives his fans most of his music for free though downloadable mixtapes.

You have to remember Christians called 'Rock N Roll the devil's music' when it became popular too. Did all the kids in the 60's-70's turn out to be devil worshipers? They do say cuss words, but they are just words not the channeling of satan.



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posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 07:09 AM
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If you go back and read my other posts you will see nothing about me saying anyone listening will worship satan, nor did I specifically say the artists themselves did.

What I am saying is that the life style they live and sing amount is nothing to do with Christianity. It is either Christian or not there is no fence sitting on the ordeal, and it most certainly is not Christian.

If you look at the symbolism in the videos you can see a coloration between the stuff in them and a lot of NOW/Illuminati/and at times satanic symbolism.

You can chose to believe it or not, same with any conspiracy that is shown to you. Again the Rainman thing is only a small part of it that may or may not mean anything, but it is funny how it is proven to be in songs at least dating back to the mid 70’s.

As for Bob Dylan I have seen the interview that is shown with him multiple times even before these videos where he talks about making a deal with “someone” but never specifically says he hints around that it is a spiritual being but never says God which is rather odd considering the country we are in. He just flat out tries to move around the question.

Again the evidence is placed in front of you. You make your choice to believe or not I was simply explaining more about the questions asked and my interpretation of it. Regardless if you want to believe the Rainman aspect (which I think might hold some water) there is something going on in the media given to us movies, music, and video games. Of course if you do not believe the basic tenants to begin with it is doubtful you will believe or even understand the conspiracy surrounding the media given to us and the use of it by the NOW/Illuminati/satan.

Raist



posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 07:51 AM
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So, is the Dustin Hoffman movie "Rain Man" some huge allegory to worshipping the Devil, or is it just a play on words?

I guess that the evidence is right there staring you in the face, you just have to decide.



posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 07:56 AM
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While based on a true story it like all other true stories were “Hollywooded” up. Most true stories are boring for movie audiences.

Again not once has any of the videos or anyone on the thread even stated the movie was about satanic worship it is simply your attempt at trolling a thread. Of course had you actually watched the videos the question would never have came up other than maybe something about the Casino scene.

Raist



posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 08:18 AM
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Remember BJ Thomas?


Raindrops keep fallin' on my head
And just like the guy whose feet are too big for his bed
Nothin' seems to fit
Those raindrops are fallin' on my head, they keep fallin'

So I just did me some talkin' to the sun
And I said I didn't like the way he got things done
Sleepin' on the job
Those raindrops are fallin' on my head, they keep fallin'

But there's one thing I know
The blues they send to meet me won't defeat me
It won't be long till happiness steps up to greet me

Raindrops keep fallin' on my head
But that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turnin' red
Cryin's not for me
'Cause I'm never gonna stop the rain by complainin'
Because I'm free
Nothin's worryin' me

[trumpet]

It won't be long till happiness steps up to greet me

Raindrops keep fallin' on my head
But that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turnin' red
Cryin's not for me
'Cause I'm never gonna stop the rain by complainin'
Because I'm free
Nothin's worryin' me


So, what does this mean? Kind a strange lyrics for me...




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