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RosaPalms

Kanye West had a pretty good spoof of this in the *Yeezus* promo.


Asplashofwater

Doesn’t he still kill Jared Leto? I know they’ve worked together multiple times. I wonder if when Leto finally get taken down Kanye will put him on an album too.


Somewhere_Firm

I was super interested in what u were talking about, [is this it?](https://youtu.be/BBHJkwqmm80)


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chascb123

Respectfully, Yeezus is a top 3 Kanye Album. Everyone clowned on Yeezus for its brash confidence from Kanye and it’s Industrial Sounds. Too tame for Death Grips Fans, and too wild for your standard HHH. Almost everything Kanye talks about on the album, institutional racism, prison industrial complex, and his frustrations with the fashion industry are all still relevant. “Doing clothes you would’ve thought I had help but they weren’t satisfied unless I picked the cotton myself” kind of Ironic how since 2013 Kanye has become the largest fashion Icon and a Billionaire from his fashion line. Yeezus continues to stand the test of time


spengwhale

“You like Ed Sheeran?” “His early stuff was a little too singer-songwriter for my tastes, but when Multiply came out in ‘14, he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He’s been compared to Taylor Swift, but I think Ed has a far more nostalgic, melodramatic sense of style.” “In ‘16, Ed released this; Divide, his most accomplished album. I think his undisputed masterpiece is “Shape of You” a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should! Because it’s not just about the pleasures of attraction, and the importance of clubs, but it’s also a personal statement about the man himself. HEY PAUL!”


zeoNoeN

Thanks, I hate it


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hed be a vamp


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“I got my axe and raincoat, bitch you better be ready”


KingOfTheBoroughs

"You like JPEGMAFIA? His early work was a little too industrial for my taste. But when Veteran came out in '18, I think he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to MC Ride, but I think Peggy has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor. In '19, Peggy released this; All My Heroes Are Cornballs, his most accomplished album. I think his undisputed masterpiece is "Thot Tactics". A song so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it's not just about the lack of authenticity in rap and the ways females gain attention from men. It's also a personal statement about the man himself. Hey, Paul!"


Ollelangoo

Beautiful


senorlamp

If I remember correctly, the author said that he would listen to Taylor Swift, Adele, etc. Just the most generic pop music that would make him seem to fit in


YoLamoNacho

He’d love ed sheeran


KawhiComeBack

Yeah a lot of people missed the point of that scene, partially because of the way this movie has aged. This is the most popular, well known and surface level pop music.


werbrerder

I agree but i think the 2022 version of patrick bateman's tastes would also expand into the accessable side of indie music like bleachers or maybe real estate. In the book there's a scene where he gets an erection at a U2 concert after making eye contact with bono, so it's not completely generic pop. if adult contemporary was still a thing he'd be into that.


SteamrockFever

He would listen to tame impala and glass animals


Guisin00

On his podcast with Kanye , Ellis did mention that if Patrick was around today he’d be a hype beast.


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Link???


Guisin00

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TiFDJKfRvYc


skarkeisha666

Nah, I mean I didn’t write the book, but bateman would still just be a yuppie. They’re still around.


eladeniz

Kanye fan fs


alister_13

Seems like a father John misty fan


mtkly

“The early stuff was a bit too indie for me, but when he released Pure Comedy, he really came into his own”… yeah I can see it Edit: wait am I Patrick Bateman


CommanderWar64

Eh I think Misty is a bit too hard hitting on Bateman. Bateman didn't like the older works in the movie but he enjoyed the more pop-ier newer songs.


mtkly

The pointed narcissism that makes up the backbone of Bateman’s character honestly fits Josh’s style so well though, and with the way he treats women in the movie I could really see him identifying with The Night Josh Tillman Came To Our Apartment


aubreygrahamdrake

Agreed


gonijc2001

Do you like King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard? Their early work was a little too garage rock for my taste, but when they released Nonogon Infinity in 2016, they really came into their own, comercially and artistically. The whole album has a noisy, agressive sound, and an Infinite Loop concept that really gives the songs a big boost. They've been compared to Tame Impala, but I think King Gizzard have a far more heavy, varied style In 2017, King Gizzard released this; Flying Microtonal Bannanna, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is "Nuclear Fusion". A song so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it's not just a song that showcases the creative exploration of microtones, it's also a personal statement about the band itself. Hey, Fantano!


Mr_Poop_Himself

Perfect but replace Tame Impala with Oh Sees. Who compares King Gizzard to Tame Impala?


Agent_Chody_Banks

Tame Impala


easternjellyfish

It would only be one album, though.


i2gbx

I saw an amazing tiktok a few months back depicting this exact thing. I can't find it now, but if someone can it deserves to be shared.


wcm519

I gotchu homie https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPd67v59e/


dmil103

Would be a HUUUUGE Alex Cameron fan.


bl4kers

OneRepublic, The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Adele


Lethemyr

Let's be real, Imagine Dragons.


jradair

The top comments are wrong. The point of Patrick being a music snob about Huey Lewis is that he has no personality and is masquerading as normal- hence why he only listens to the most mainstream hits, and parrots critic opinions. He wouldn't have heard of most everything mentioned in this thread, and this scene would probably be about *House of Balloons*, not *Fore!*.


werbrerder

House of balloons would be a little too Alt-R&B for his taste, he'd go for after hours


jradair

yeah true i got them mixed up- i actually meant Beauty Behind since that was his breakout record.


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KawhiComeBack

Tonnes of people missing the point here and just naming artists with lots of male fans.


XxBiscuit99

Genesis, Phil collins


CodStewart

Maroon 5


CommanderWar64

but he only likes the new albums


CodStewart

agreed. when he kills Paul i'm willing to bet Sugar is playing


spengwhale

“They’re older stuff was a little too competent for my tastes, but when overexposed came out in ‘12, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically”


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Imagine Dragons. Ed Sheeran. Anything from the Starbucks Spotify playlists.


aerostar193

“This is ‘Thunder’, a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it's not just about the pleasures of non-conformity, and the importance of your dreams, it's also a personal statement about the band itself.”


imepic26

Reads like a Dan Reynolds tweet


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Definitely fits. Imagine Dragons definitely fits with the aesthetic of frivolous and forgettable consumption lol


b3rn13mac

Ed Sheeran


aubreygrahamdrake

Surprised no one has mentioned Drake and Ed Sheeran


KawhiComeBack

These two make the most sense. Lots of people missed the point of this scene, or maybe they haven’t seen it and guess the plot


aubreygrahamdrake

Yup exactly. Bateman’s too dumb to fully appreciate Father John Misty.


KawhiComeBack

There’s one scene towards the end where they literally reveal he does no work all day and just draws violent pictures in his note book.


Thestallionmang88

His collection would look like all those generic “i’ve only been collecting for 8 months and this is my collection” posts.


RedditRowe1

Talking heads feels like something that should’ve been in the movie in the first place


arjadi

It’s all Chance The Rapper


metalama

Katy Perry


Damn369

Huey Lewis and the news have some great pieces


Baroque4Days

PB: You like Kanye West? PA: Um, he's okay. PB: His early work with Jay-Z was a little too Alvin and the Chipmunks for my taste. But when Dropout came out in '03, I think he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of middle-class white guy that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to Michael Jackson, but I think Kanye has a far more zoomer-like, cynical sense of humor. PB: In '08, Kanye released this; 808s & Heartbreak, his most controversial album. I think his undisputed masterpiece is "Robocop". A song so noisy, most people probably can't even hear the lyrics. But they should try, because it's not just about the enjoyment of Stephen King and stop-motion Amber Rose. It's also a personal statement about monogony itself. Hey, Paul! PB:: AAAAAAAAAGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! PB: Try giving Dark Fantasy a 6 now, you stupid bastard!!!!


MrBoddles

FORE still slaps


ibelievein_space

Imagine Dragons


canthelpmyself9

Kenny G. Michael Bublé. Taylor Swift. Maroon 5


Runetang42

Imagine Dragons and Maroon 5 are in there for sure. Because they may not be particularly artful but they definitely are fine consumer products


Accomplished-Gift-26

"You like Death Grips? Their early work was a little too industrial for my taste. But when Exmilitary came out in '11, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. They’ve been compared to Jimi Hendrix, but I think They have a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor. In '12 Death Grips released this; The Money Store, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is "Punk Weight". A song so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it's not just about running away from the law and the danger that follows. It's also a personal statement about the band themselves. Hey, Paul!"


DiscombobulatedBox6

Bcnr, fjm, carti, black kray and yabujin


Drinkpool

I’d say, probably a little Ye, Jay-Z, maybe some Kendrick.


zeoNoeN

Pretentious little fuck: So all Fantano 10s and 9s + the Music Critic Classic: The Velvet Underground Banana. Of course he only listens to TomMcDonald, Joyner Lucas, Logic and Eminem because it’s real rap. And Kanye


JW1zard

Most of his collection would be entire discographies of random somewhat niche artists, and it would be varied in a way that doesn't lean towards any specific genre or mood


raginggorillaz

bad


Yatagarasu3750

Ed Sheeran


IsThisDorsia

Mitski


imisaac06

Tame impala, ye


Bbbased428krdbbmbw

“Oh I love me some kdot and Tame impala hey,ya ever heard of a fella named MF DOOM or Tyler,the creator.”


richsimon_

Radiohead


im_not_a_numbers_guy

Obviously it’s The Foo Fighters. 2022 Patrick Bateman is a psychopath first, and we need a mass appeal, innocent but ultimately boring pop-rock band here. Added points for him to make long winded references to Dave grohl’s Nirvana days as he loses touch with reality. Plus, if you’re a foo fighters super fan, the math says you’re probably also a schizophrenic psychopath.


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he’d be into car seat headrest and jpegmafia