Michael; quote; 'instead of I can't even remember your ballsachingly boring academic's name for the same phenomenon'. Remember? Like most critics, you seem to have a problem accepting responsibility for what you say.
It's not that I don't like your singing and playing; it's just not very good. It's out of tune, lacks rhythm and dynamics, and is frankly boring. I don't mind bad music generally, as long as it has some soul, some passion. Yours has neither, and isn't technically good enough to be played in elevators either. See? Anyone can be a critic, you don't actually have to be able to do anything constructive at all! (Incidentally; this is not abuse. It's criticism. I'm not talking about you, I'm talking about your attempts at music. You expect the recipients of your vitriol to accept it with good grace. Let's see if you can do the same.)
I told you my links are on Mudcat; if you want to find them and apply your fine critical faculties to them, then put some work in. (Although I still think you should spend less time on here and more time learning to play and sing.)