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Articles that claim that Millennials are destroying "X" are stupid as hell
Posted 5/2/17 , edited 5/3/17
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To be fair, as a millenial I can definitely say that millenials are killing music. These days radios only play pop music, only the most hackneyed pandering trite gets popular and anything with effort and artistic direction gets buried and becomes difficult to search for.
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octorockandroll wrote:

To be fair, as a millenial I can definitely say that millenials are killing music. These days radios only play pop music, only the most hackneyed pandering trite gets popular and anything with effort and artistic direction gets buried and becomes difficult to search for.


I don't think that's a new advent with radio.
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octorockandroll wrote:

To be fair, as a millenial I can definitely say that millenials are killing music. These days radios only play pop music, only the most hackneyed pandering trite gets popular and anything with effort and artistic direction gets buried and becomes difficult to search for.


I strongly agree with this. I seriously hate the music that people listen to is mostly overly repetitive trash, generic, and no musical talent ( I say this kinda loosely because my idea of musical talent requires instruments playing but some songs that are created with using computer generated sounds aren't too bad but I think the majority are terrible.)

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qwueri wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:

To be fair, as a millenial I can definitely say that millenials are killing music. These days radios only play pop music, only the most hackneyed pandering trite gets popular and anything with effort and artistic direction gets buried and becomes difficult to search for.


I don't think that's a new advent with radio.


When I was a boy my city had a classic rock station, a modern rock station, a rap music station, a jazz station, a classical station, an alt rock station, an oldies station, a light rock station (I don't actually understand how that's in any way different from pop music but whatever) and of course a number of pop and country stations.

Today all that remains are the oldies station and the pop and country stations. All the rest became pop and country. We still have our jazz station but I've heard insider talk suggesting it's on its way out as well.
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GOOD: Condemnation of generational bashing as a pointless, counterproductive exercise.

BAD: Immediately diving into generational bashing after having issued the aforementioned condemnation.

C'mon, guy. C'mon. We all know what you're doing here. Just stop.
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the millennials destroying music argument is stupid.
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octorockandroll wrote:

When I was a boy my city had a classic rock station, a modern rock station, a rap music station, a jazz station, a classical station, an alt rock station, an oldies station, a light rock station (I don't actually understand how that's in any way different from pop music but whatever) and of course a number of pop and country stations.

Today all that remains are the oldies station and the pop and country stations. All the rest became pop and country. We still have our jazz station but I've heard insider talk suggesting it's on its way out as well.


My area still has pretty much the same stations it did since I was a kid, sounds more like a local deal with the health of individual radio stations. At most I'd hazard a guess that local radio stations are competing with internet radio and streaming services. Not sure how that's supposed to be damaging to the variety of music available.
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TheAngryLittleAlchemist wrote:

the millennials destroying music argument is stupid.


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TheAngryLittleAlchemist wrote:

the millennials destroying music argument is stupid.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byQIPdHMpjc
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byQIPdHMpjc


Billy Ray Cyrus is not a millennial so fail on your part.
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TheAngryLittleAlchemist wrote:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byQIPdHMpjc


Billy Ray Cyrus is not a millennial so fail on your part.


you literally missed the entire point of my comment good job
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