By fuckingbeliebers - 04/08/2012 17:15 - United States - Gorham
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Music can be a personal choice. What stirs me may not give you the same feelings. Ex: I'm an "Iron Maiden" fan but can't stand "AC/DC". I have been criticized and called crazy for both reasons. **I don't understand why some want to cookie cut everyone into liking the same music etc... To each their own.
It's cause they don't give a crap all they want to do is rap out a stupid song that they think they know the words too instead of listening to the music that started it all the good music like Queen, Aerosmith, Cheep Trick, Tesla, Firehouse and sooooooooooo much more it's sad to think that some teens and kids don't know good music. My pic I'm going to see Aerosmith in concert music is my thing my dad got me into this music when I was like 12
Just because someone from a different generation then you doesn't mean they have horrid taste in music, yeah we get it bieber is a fag he sucks that's not real music. But not all of us should love the same bands. I'm 19 I'll listen to almost any genre of music and find good songs. I mostly listen to rap, but was raised country on my farm.
Oh my gosh; you listen to classic rock bands, so what? Get over it. Your taste in music doesn't make you better than anyone else, and this is coming from someone who likes Queen and other older music as well as modern stuff (with the exception of pop; not my cup of tea.) "Kids these days" is such a bullshit phrase. "Different from how you did it" doesn't necessarily mean "bad," you just happen to dislike it- and that's all right until you decide to bash on other peoples' tastes. And don't use rap as an example of modern music; it's been around for ages and can be really good if the rapper is actually passionate about music and not fame.
Fran'z, you're my hero. Music is music. No specific tastes are truly "better" than any, it all depends on your taste preferences. I hate seeing people bashing on others music preferences.. When it comes down to it, all that matters is if you personally enjoy it or not. Age, sound, culture, lyrics, band, fans, instruments, voice, etc. you should NEVER hate on what someone enjoys unless it is harming you or anyone else in some way, simply out of common courtesy.. Personally I listen to jazz, oldies, hardstyle, r&b, chillwave, metal, rap, classical, new age, tribal, Spanish, etc. and I love and respect ALL of them including the genres I hate. It's pure common sense.
I hate my generation and their taste of music. The other day i was wearing a Beatles shirt while singing one of their songs. Someone asked me who they were. When I told her they were an English band who was one of the best bands in the 60's and 70's, she then replied "Oh just like One Direction!" -_-
you only get in the HOF if you acheive longevity and greatness. None of the pop bands are going to do this because the general music buying public have the attention spans of goldfish and only invest emotionally with artists if they do something controversial outside of music or have a particular stance on whatever. When music was just music, i.e. Queen was just four guys strutting about a stage, and very little was seen or heard about them outside of the music (admittedly the AIDS campaigning took off towards the end) they had a mystique (to be fair i think there are still members of John Deacon's family that havent heard him speak), they had some kind of attraction that is difficult to put in print. Bands/artists do not have this any more. Certainly not in pop music anyway. Except for Lovechild (facebook/lovechildrocks), but that's my band, you wont have heard of them coz they are too cool for all of you (reverse psychology? Moi?)
It sucks kids these days don't know classic bands.
Nice username, I feel the same way. And Freddie Mercury had an awesome voice.