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Postby Peacelia » Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:36 am

I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?

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Postby Arcadsland » Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:39 am

Peacelia wrote:I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?

Where did you come up with this thought? Everyone on my bus blasts metallica the whole time and my ipod consists of nothing, but 70-80's rock music and more recent songs. I don't know many kids who fit the category your describing.
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Postby Oterro » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:08 am

No, let me tell you how "this generation" is. There are;

1) the people who listen to whatever music they like and don't really care. they live a happy existence listening to the stuff they hear in the radio. ignorance is bliss.
2) pretentious dorks who know nothing about music and think they know everything. warning signs of these people: mislabelling artists, they like their music "to have meaning", they only listen to "classic rock", their favourite artists are led zeppelin, queen, the beatles, rush or pink floyd, they rant about their generation sucking and the absolute key give away, they were born in the wrong generation

you probably have rubbish taste in rock, too.
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Postby Wisconsin9 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:10 am

Tastes in music change.
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Postby Bleckonia » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:12 am

Oterro wrote:No, let me tell you how "this generation" is. There are;

1) the people who listen to whatever music they like and don't really care. they live a happy existence listening to the stuff they hear in the radio. ignorance is bliss.
2) pretentious dorks who know nothing about music and think they know everything. warning signs of these people: mislabelling artists, they like their music "to have meaning", they only listen to "classic rock", their favourite artists are led zeppelin, queen, the beatles, rush or pink floyd, they rant about their generation sucking and the absolute key give away, they were born in the wrong generation

you probably have rubbish taste in rock, too.


Hey!!! I listen only to classic rock, and I honestly don't care if music has meaning or not! I just like the sound. Today's music sucks ass!!!!!!!!!!!

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Postby Grand Britannia » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:12 am

I'm the only one in my entire school that listens to Game OSTs and J-Rock.

Fuck following the crowd.
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Postby Wisconsin9 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:13 am

Grand Britannia wrote:I'm the only one in my entire school that listens to Game OSTs and J-Rock.

Fuck following the crowd.

Also this. I really only listen to stuff from the 60s, 80s and 90s (fuck disco, man).
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Postby Fedeledland » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:16 am

Just because you don't like most of the music today's generation hears it doesn't mean that the generation is blinded.

I do dislike most current music taste, but that doesn't mean that "this generation sucks" and "I was born in the wrong generation" as many commenters seem to think.
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Postby Arthurista » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:17 am

"I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?"

Well, I bet people of the Beatles and the Stones' generation complained about kids not listening to Louis Armstrong and proper jazz or something, and before that it'd have been Beethoven. I'm a huge fan of rock myself but times change

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Postby Grand Britannia » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:17 am

Wisconsin9 wrote:
Grand Britannia wrote:I'm the only one in my entire school that listens to Game OSTs and J-Rock.

Fuck following the crowd.

Also this. I really only listen to stuff from the 60s, 80s and 90s (fuck disco, man).


Disco's meh to me.

I also don't follow any bands in specific. Dunno why I should buy the entire collection just to listen to 2 or 3 songs I find interesting.
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Postby Phocidaea » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:24 am

There's a tiny bit of techno and hip-hop that's perfectly good. But I agree; there isn't even any "mainstream" rock anymore; rock music has been so pushed out of the mainstream that now pretty much all rock is "alternative".
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Postby Aglrinia » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:27 am

Arcadsland wrote:
Peacelia wrote:I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?

Where did you come up with this thought? Everyone on my bus blasts metallica the whole time and my ipod consists of nothing, but 70-80's rock music and more recent songs. I don't know many kids who fit the category your describing.

Plus my daughter listens to everything from the Bealtes to Mozart. Not that she has much of chose really i have it playing very lightly on an ipod speaker in her room after I put her in her crib. :D
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Postby Typhlochactas » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:27 am

Keeping in mind that the album with the highest debut for this year is an English folk rock band.

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Postby Meryuma » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:28 am

I'm utterly sick of myopic dadrock bullshit here. Let me drop a few theses right here, this shit's mad crucial:

1. Hip-hop is the most culturally relevant genre presently, but not the only one that is popular. There are many 21st century rock groups
2. There is a lot of innovation and lyrical talent in hip-hop, in the underground and (to a lesser extent) the mainstream.
3. You definitely don't know what techno is. Electro house and brostep are popular right now, but techno has always been fairly underground.
4. You probably buy into a falsely dichotomous narrative of popular music based around viewing music of the past as only consisting of commonly-identified classic albums (which often weren't particularly mainstream at the time) with music of the present viewed as only consisting of the top 40. This is caused by a lack of musical exploration.

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Oterro wrote:No, let me tell you how "this generation" is. There are;

1) the people who listen to whatever music they like and don't really care. they live a happy existence listening to the stuff they hear in the radio. ignorance is bliss.
2) pretentious dorks who know nothing about music and think they know everything. warning signs of these people: mislabelling artists, they like their music "to have meaning", they only listen to "classic rock", their favourite artists are led zeppelin, queen, the beatles, rush or pink floyd, they rant about their generation sucking and the absolute key give away, they were born in the wrong generation

you probably have rubbish taste in rock, too.


Hey!!! I listen only to classic rock, and I honestly don't care if music has meaning or not! I just like the sound. Today's music sucks ass!!!!!!!!!!!

>:(


Name 5 artists whose careers started in the late 90s or 2000s who haven't charted.
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Postby Kannap » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:31 am

Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.
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Postby Meryuma » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:35 am

Kannap wrote:Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.


Why?

I used to think I hated rap when I was 11.
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Postby Zaras » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:35 am

Kannap wrote:Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.


Why not? Hip-hop is awesome!
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Postby Zaras » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:36 am

Peacelia wrote:I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?


I think you need to stop making asinine generalisations that make you sound like a grandpa ranting about the kids on his lawn.
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Postby Oterro » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:37 am

Bleckonia wrote:Hey!!! I listen only to classic rock, and I honestly don't care if music has meaning or not! I just like the sound. Today's music sucks ass!!!!!!!!!!!

>:(

good thing you don't care about meaning because i can sum up 90% of """""classic""""" rock music lyrically; getting your dick wet and being a drug addict
Phocidaea wrote:There's a tiny bit of techno and hip-hop that's perfectly good. But I agree; there isn't even any "mainstream" rock anymore; rock music has been so pushed out of the mainstream that now pretty much all rock is "alternative".

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Kannap wrote:Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.

soooooo close minded
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Peacelia wrote:I've been noticing now that most kids today are ignoring rock and instead turning to Techno and Hip Hop. What do you think?


I think you need to stop making asinine generalisations that make you sound like a grandpa ranting about the kids on his lawn.

it's more likely he's about 14 mang
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Postby Zaras » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:40 am

Oterro wrote:it's more likely he's about 14 mang


Ugh. I'm 21 and I don't sound this prematurely elderly.

Crap like this sometimes makes me ashamed of what I listen to if it means having anything in common with insufferable types like these. :palm:
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Postby Fedeledland » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:47 am

Oterro wrote:
Bleckonia wrote:Hey!!! I listen only to classic rock, and I honestly don't care if music has meaning or not! I just like the sound. Today's music sucks ass!!!!!!!!!!!

>:(

good thing you don't care about meaning because i can sum up 90% of """""classic""""" rock music lyrically; getting your dick wet and being a drug addict


Kannap wrote:Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.

soooooo close minded


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Postby Zaras » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:51 am

Fedeledland wrote:
Oterro wrote:good thing you don't care about meaning because i can sum up 90% of """""classic""""" rock music lyrically; getting your dick wet and being a drug addict


soooooo close minded


Oh the hypocrisy.


What hypocrisy? Classic rock's shallow lyricism is a fact regardless of whether you like it or not. Hell, I like classic rock, and even I think it could stand to talk about more stuff than sticking dicks in things and sticking needles in arms.
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Postby Meryuma » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:52 am

Fedeledland wrote:
Oterro wrote:Honestly, I can listen to about anything without having a serious problem... However my favorite genres are classic rock and country music... and furthermore, I will not be touching rap with a mile-long stick.

soooooo close minded


Oh the hypocrisy.[/quote]

whaaat

not refusing to listen to a vast, diverse genre with a 30+ year history based on stereotypes = being closed minded, apparently

Seriously, listen to Oterro. His heart is in the right place, and he used to be in the same position as you.
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Postby Oterro » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:52 am

Fedeledland wrote:Oh the hypocrisy.

lmao what? i could add in pedophilia if you want me to

"classic rock" is for the most part a shallow and hyper commercialised "genre"

note, "'s used to denote that it's not actually a genre so much as a vague term used to group a bunch of musicians of different genres
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Postby Zaras » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:58 am

Oterro wrote:"classic rock" is for the most part a shallow and hyper commercialised "genre"


This is actually the part that I'm angrier about - hyper-commercialisation that ends up turning millions of people off classic rock's good qualities and reducing it to an exaggerated caricature of itself.
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