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Post Reply Who here is disturbed by the poorly made music in the 21st century?
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My last reply to this forum is this: Let it be. To quote the Beatles, let it be. Listen to what you want to listen to, and let others listen to what they want to listen to. It doesn't matter, it really doesn't. As long as you can be happy listening to music you love, nor you or i have any right to say what is going to be great for others. Because we're all different, we don't have the same tastes, and that's how its supposed to be. So to officially END this forum, at least for myself, I'll say this. Be at peace with the world around you, and the people around you, be kind and considerate to all and have compassion for those who have less than yourself. While the music you listen to may very well be BETTER than what others listen to, that supposed fact does not give you the right or the need to bash others music and or make others feel bad about how they live.

I started this forum a while ago, and to be honest, it was an uneducated move on my part. It is probably one of the most uneducated actions I've ever made. So here i am to say this: Just be the best you can be, and treat others how you want to be treated. That's it, it's simple. Kindness, be kind, be respectful, be wise. Live life well, and be true to yourself and others.

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I can hardly walk outside because of my fear of bad music.
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haikinka wrote:

I can hardly walk outside because of my fear of bad music.


Liar.
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RawrAlex wrote:

Liar.


No shit rofl.
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haikinka wrote:

I can hardly walk outside because of my fear of bad music.


Best excuse ever.


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I have to ask, why has this happened? What do you people think?


Because you're speaking for yourself as if your reality applies to everybody else?
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Posted 11/6/12
Gangnam Style, Nuff said.
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I'll have you know that 1997 was the worst year for music.
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There's always poorly made music, it doesn't matter what year you are talking about. But, don't mix up "poorly made" with "music you don't like". They are different things.
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I'm of the belief that music (and pretty much everything else) has always been terrible and people just overlook most of the bad stuff because it's forgettable.
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If my taste didn't grow to like recent music, I'll just rewind it and keep moving backwards into older music. I make fun of recent music now and then, but it really doesn't bother me. Unless someone is forcing me to listen, in which case they'd better prepare their throats.
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Believe it or not, there was shit music back then too. And a lot of it was popular. Boston is an excellent example. Things like "repeated lyrics" and "poorly thought out background sound" existed en masse back then too. Also understand that in the 60s-70s, people were saying the same things you are now. I'm not old enough to know from experience, but I have heard from people that do. This also matches with what I've read from the era. Music is just as bad now as it always was, and also just as good. If you want to listen to good music, either find some or make some yourself. Although, the fact remains that music is indeed different than it used to be, and it may just be the case that you prefer the sound from that era. There are artists these days that have thoughtful and interesting lyrics, and complex sound. I've even found that a lot of the better electronic-type artists have training in things like classical piano. Although I am also no expert on music, so take my opinion at your own peril.
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There is still amazing music being made today. While a bulk of my record collection consists of 60's rock, 70's prog, 80's and 90's alternative, there are still many great releases from the 2000's that find their way to my ears quite often. While I find myself seeking out more underground music nowadays, I still find many great bands to listen to, as well as to see live.

Actively search for current music that is more of your style and you will most likely find some amazing acts out there!
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I wish Zack Delarocha and Tom Morello would get back together and make another album......RATM!!!!
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I am indeed freaked out. I refuse to listen to the radio because of it.
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Well most bands now a days no matter the genre, pretty much sound the same...and I guess you can say its like that just about any generation...but I have to agree 60'-80's was the best times for music...it was the time when music had real meaning. Yeah some people would say that I or other people do not like the current music...and you would be wrong...so before you assume let me inform you I do like some of the music in current times. I am a musician so I listen to just about anything. BUT! My opinion you cannot beat the 70s'-80's. Music now a days does not have the creativity and hard work that was put into music back in the day...hell if you really want to talk about good music...look at Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller Orchestra and so on... to many good music and bands to put on this but if you have not listened to it then you should check out the Big Bands of the old.
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