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capaneo   Canada. May 12 2012 23:58. Posts 8386


  On May 12 2012 20:32 2c0ntent wrote:
lol there is way more music out there than what we hear on the radio

music today has more artists participating in creating it than ever before in human history. by a fucking long shot. there is plenty of innovative or just simply good music being made today

people who cry about the good ole days are lame, but I think it is just a natural part of human psychology so w/e



NOBODY is denying that there is more music today. So I agree that there is more good music. But you are an idiot if you are saying that the taste of general population have not deteriorated GREATLY in the past 30-40 years. that is a FACT. Just compare this 70s list with this recent list
You will notice in the first list they are ALL musicians[write their own songs] and the list is ALL about music. the 2011 list they are almost ALL females. And with the exception of Adele, its all about sex symbolism and has nothing to do with music. And then again they almost ALL performers[other people write their songs] and not musicians.

So yes more people are making crative music in their basements today. Has nothing to do with the main point of the thread. We are talking about the music industry and the populations taste in music.

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Loco   Canada. May 13 2012 00:24. Posts 18103


  On May 11 2012 14:43 palak wrote:
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how many more genres does he expect to have been made




Quick glance and I see Minimal Wave, Coldwave, Post-Punk, Synthpop, Deathrock, Darkwave and a bunch more missing.

Also, music is not dead. It is only artists who are more and more incapable as time goes by. Using the radio to judge anything is dumb because mainstream culture always has it completely wrong.

I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind. - SolomonLast edit: 13/05/2012 00:28

RiKD    United States. May 13 2012 08:41. Posts 3426


  On May 12 2012 14:47 palak wrote:
has anyone on this forum actually purchased music in the last like 5-10 years? I can't remember having done that

EDIT: Are you saying Gnarles Barkley particularly Cee-lo Green isn't popular/well received in todays world, or that the particular version of Crazy in the video wasn't well received?



i purchase pretty much all of my music.

used to download copious amounts of music in college but once i got on the apple train and had some poker monies i valued the ease of use, organization, aesthetics and time more than the money.

/not so thinly veiled brag

but seriously, i've tried to go back to my college days of being ahead of the curve on all that stuff at times and i always quickly get annoyed so don't do that anymore.

pro tip:

if you are a music guy and tilted:

-absorb some good green in absorption method of choice (optional)
-get lost in itunes adventure so your consciousness is focused on how insanely amazing your itunes adventure is and not how much money you just lost
-spend like a buyin or w/e.

you will feel a lot better getting a buyin in the middle w/ 100+% roi and the experience that goes w/ it than generally getting a buyin or so in not so good at the tables.

 Last edit: 13/05/2012 09:05

brambolius   Netherlands. May 13 2012 08:59. Posts 1632


  On May 12 2012 20:32 2c0ntent wrote:
lol there is way more music out there than what we hear on the radio

music today has more artists participating in creating it than ever before in human history. by a fucking long shot. there is plenty of innovative or just simply good music being made today

people who cry about the good ole days are lame, but I think it is just a natural part of human psychology so w/e



more doesn't equal good or better :/

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palak   United States. May 13 2012 09:43. Posts 4601

Here's a pretty good example of radio fucking things up. Granted this song has been overplayed so damned much it drives me insane. Also the video is really weird
original-played only on the alt rock radio station near me


version played on every other radio station

dont tap the glass...im about ready to take a fucking hammer to the aquariumLast edit: 13/05/2012 09:43

 
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