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does age matter to music?
Posted 5/8/08
NOO ! of course no...
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Posted 6/8/08 , edited 6/8/08
as in how old the singer is? well look at charice pempengco..

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Posted 6/8/08
nope
not really
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Posted 6/8/08
HELL NO OLDIES ARE STILL GOOD!!!! think of the beatles, the spice girls, and other popular old groups... and some of today's pop singers were alive back then too! (Madonna, Mariah Carey) so yeah i luv any music
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Posted 6/8/08
Depends on your taste for music..
and also if u hear rele good music but the band members r like 40....then weird
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Posted 6/8/08
nope.
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Posted 6/8/08
hell naw! but its just that their voice becomes more worn out and they needa work/try harder to sing as well as they did when they were younger
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Posted 6/8/08
no. its all about the talent not the age
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Posted 6/8/08

iona09 wrote:

no it doesn't .. everyone has their own choice of music...you can choose just anything you like..


I completely go along with your comment, music is ageless.
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Posted 6/8/08
nope people are jus shallow and consider they're looks more than their talent i mean look at dbsk and big bang
Posted 6/8/08
Nope!! :|
Posted 6/18/08
sometimes, yea
Posted 6/18/08
nope i don't think the age matters in music as long as you can do it.
Posted 6/18/08
Hell no! look at Maynerd of the band Tool! he's like in his mid 50's and still freakin rocks!!!!!!!
Posted 6/18/08 , edited 6/18/08
No, I don't really think thats true.
If you mean the loss of talent due to the actual human aging process anyways... thats doesn't generally happen often.

I think it's more or less a change in style that usually happens. It tends to drive away fans of the earlier material. They begin to claim the band "sucks" when really they're just appealing to a wider or different audience. If you listen to the band live, you'll notice their older stuff is done just as well as it always was. I think having the range to be able to switch up your music is actually a great thing... and also smart.

But like all things music, no one genre/artist/band ever really "suck" just because an individual personal opinion deems it so. It's all merely personal preference.
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