brang brang
 n.— «However, after two months of working with the band, Greenidge was not happy with the results. He said: “I was disappointed. I didn’t think the band sounded that bad to reach to that point. I don’t know what they (the judges) were listening to, because I am coming from a musical standpoint and not just no set of gimmicks and those…what people call brang brang. I have learnt from great guys like Beverly Griffith, Clive Bradley. From all these people I’ve learnt to arrange music, and music means music, not just playing any kind of jump up and wave situation”» —“Putting Despers in winners’ row” by Joan Rampersdad Newsday (Trinidad & Tobago) Jan. 31, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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