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Also about Music+151From Bach to Ava Max, humans have been incorporating sequences in their music for at least 300 years, amirite?
Also by Koozie+481Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something, amirite?
Also about Music+117Emma Watson hates hearing the sound of her own voice the same way that everyone hates hearing the sound of their own voice. amirite?
Also about Music+139Hearing your favorite song on the radio hits harder than hearing it on your phone, amirite?
Also by Koozie+15You hate it when you have a genius idea and you go to post it and you realize that there are already a million posts about the same exact thing, amirite?
I don't think there have ever been musicians as great as Jimmy Page or Elvis, since the 1970s. That was a time when music really was about talent: No computer beats, no auto-tune, just a musician expressing his or her emotions through an instrument. Long Live the 70s!!
I was born 19th of April 1990, my dad a biker and rocker and my mum had a twist of that and some other stuff in her. I was brought up with a blend of modern and old music.
The old stuff has memories to me, it was still original, it has a different sound due to older tech used on recording it and it was less polluted with stereotypes associated to it - IE metal having to have screaming constantly ruining it.
I find people who chase every little up and coming band to say they liked them first are a lot sadder then those who continue to appreciate old successes.
I like some. Not sure how "old" it is, though. My guess would be late 70's or early 80's.
the thing is, technically, there are artists today that are much better than older artists. the only reason to like artists from older eras to recognize them in a frame reference sort of mine, meaning realizing that these artists, in their respective eras, were incredible compared to other artists during that time. artists today arent as revolutionary as artists were back then.
you can attribute it to a loss of creativity over the years, or simply a lack of funding for education, or whatever. i can still defend that the 60s and 70s were the greatest decades in music.
i was born Sept. 29 1992 and my favorite genre of music is rap and hip hop, by the way
no I don't like old music, and I think most(not all) do say they do for the attention and to seem more mature