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Young People PREFER MUSIC FROM THE 20th CENTURY/1970's - 2000, RATHER THAN THE GARBAGE POP OF TODAY, NEW RESEARCH REVEALS

 
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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Millennials prefer BOOMER MUSIC than their own crap they try to call music today






















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I'm a millennial myself and I definitely prefer older music to what we have now.
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I'm a millennial myself and I definitely prefer older music to what we have now.
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Thanks.

One only needs to refer to the DELUGE of positive comments by Millennials on ANY youtube video of any rock, pop, r&b, etcetera song of that generation. Overwhelmingly, even 8 to 15 year-olds are commenting that they prefer older music from the 70's & 80's to the garbage (mostly, not all) music of today.








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why did the tribe destroy everything?
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I'm a millennial myself and I definitely prefer older music to what we have now.
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One only needs to refer to the DELUGE of positive comments by Millennials on ANY youtube video of any rock, pop, r&b, etcetera song of that generation. Overwhelmingly, even 8 to 15 year-olds are commenting that they prefer older music from the 70's & 80's to the garbage (mostly, not all) music of today.








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Listening to Don Mclean or Billy Joel makes me happy. Listening to Bieber makes me want to shoot myself. Been born in the early-mid 90's I don't mind late 90's or early 00's music either. It's a nostalgia thing. Happy memories at the skate station for example.
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I'm a millennial myself and I definitely prefer older music to what we have now.
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Thanks.

One only needs to refer to the DELUGE of positive comments by Millennials on ANY youtube video of any rock, pop, r&b, etcetera song of that generation. Overwhelmingly, even 8 to 15 year-olds are commenting that they prefer older music from the 70's & 80's to the garbage (mostly, not all) music of today.








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Listening to Don Mclean or Billy Joel makes me happy. Listening to Bieber makes me want to shoot myself. Been born in the early-mid 90's I don't mind late 90's or early 00's music either. It's a nostalgia thing. Happy memories at the skate station for example.
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Having been*
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why did the tribe destroy everything?
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It's the opposite. The "tribe" were disproportionately responsible for the music of yesteryear that people miss & yearn for today. Even Elvis Presley's first hit songs were written by Jews. "Tin Pan Alley" and Madison Avenue songwriters/music composers were disproportionately of the tribe. You should do some research first instead of $pewing your regular, vomitous hatred on here.
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As a musician I can tell you 100% that modern music isn't worth learning. It's generic musically and brain dead lyric wise. A song would have to have the music undeniable sick musicianship ever to motivate anyone to learn the song with modern lyrics over it.

If music represents society then society has degraded alarmingly.

I can vouch for young kids learning the old tunes. Queen riffs. Hendrix. Nirvana. Music pretty much ends at John Mayer as far as modern music goes. John Mayer is one of best all time btw.

Can't think of a single musician beyond that.
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Yup my boys 18 & 21 both listen to classic rock
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BS. Mumble Rap Dipshits.
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Why Do Young People Listen to Really Old Rock Music?
What factors might influence music listening habits and preferences?


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Yes.
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Maybe in the sense that it holds some sort of subliminal cultural significance that is associated in the mind of the millennial. But I think that the same could be true in the next 50 years when they look back on the "golden years of the late 90s or 2000s the children of millennial will remember their music as something special that transcends their own music. As far as them "preferring" that music to mainstream pop, the numbers speak for themselves. if they really did prefer older music there would be many many other bands like Greta Van Fleet that are old style revival bands and the charts would not be topped by Drake, kanye, ect ect
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Thank you for sharing that link. I just shared it on my FB for my streaming (100% legal) station that, as just last year I uploaded nearly 100 hits from each year from 1950 to 2002 ... just haven't had time to make a proper "show" from them yet.

Maybe I'll get some new listeners (I'm NOT fishing for them here - probably against the rules anyways, just expressing appreciation in detail)
Thanks for the neg karma on 8/25/2017 "Go back to mexico, touron." Considering I'm a white American ... looks like you are the moron, not me. ;-)
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

50% OF ARTICLE, THE REST FOUND HERE:

[link to metro.co.uk (secure)]

Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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Thing that gets on my nerves is when people mistake Millennials for
Generation Z


Generation X: Born 1965-1980 (38-53 years old)

Millennials: Born 1981-1996 (22-37 years old)

Generation Z: Born 1997-Present (0-21 years old)

Don't ever mistakes me for that Special Ed Mumble Rap Generation.
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Yeah well you can blame this on blood sucking leaches at the record companies that keep 90% of the profits. No decent musicians are going to sign up for that imo.
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I'm a millennial myself and I definitely prefer older music to what we have now.
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Thanks.

One only needs to refer to the DELUGE of positive comments by Millennials on ANY youtube video of any rock, pop, r&b, etcetera song of that generation. Overwhelmingly, even 8 to 15 year-olds are commenting that they prefer older music from the 70's & 80's to the garbage (mostly, not all) music of today.








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Listening to Don Mclean or Billy Joel makes me happy. Listening to Bieber makes me want to shoot myself. Been born in the early-mid 90's I don't mind late 90's or early 00's music either. It's a nostalgia thing. Happy memories at the skate station for example.
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It's not just nostalgia, although I'm sure that's a big part of it. The music from the 60s to 90s was objectively better music. It's not all the fault of these modern musicians, though. Yeah, they suck, but the rock 'n' roll genre has been pretty much played out and anything that gets made now is always going to be derivative trash. Pop music, too. There's really nothing that a 25-year-old musician can write that hasn't been done already, and nobody is ever going to match Strawberry Fields, Stairway to Heaven, Purple Haze, or Smells Like Teen Spirit because, well, they've already been written.
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

50% OF ARTICLE, THE REST FOUND HERE:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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I can attest to that.
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Thank you for sharing that link. I just shared it on my FB for my streaming (100% legal) station that, as just last year I uploaded nearly 100 hits from each year from 1950 to 2002 ... just haven't had time to make a proper "show" from them yet.

Maybe I'll get some new listeners (I'm NOT fishing for them here - probably against the rules anyways, just expressing appreciation in detail)
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Thanks.

Good Luck with your streaming page!





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Well duh I didn't need a study to confirm that. What person in their right mind would like most of the crap being produced today. Oh sure you will get some young people who will listen to it initially because they don't know any better but soon will discover the older and better stuff and people like Cardi B, JayZ and Lady Gaga will be dropped like a hot potato.
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

REST OF AMAZING ARTICLE FOUND HERE:


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Thing that gets on my nerves is when people mistake Millennials for
Generation Z


Generation X: Born 1965-1980 (38-53 years old)

Millennials: Born 1981-1996 (22-37 years old)

Generation Z: Born 1997-Present (0-21 years old)

Don't ever mistakes me for that Special Ed Mumble Rap Generation.
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You're correct.


Same way we "Latter-Boomers" (I've coined it) are lumped together with "Baby Boomers."

Latter Boomers (1960-1965) are in their mid to late 50's now; Baby Boomers started after WWII, some of whom are in their 70's now. Even they (Baby Boomers) wouldn't want to be associated with their parents' generation, born in the 1920's.












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Millennials prefer BOOMER MUSIC than their own crap they try to call music today





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Everyone prefers that music because it was better. Since 2k, all creative art has pretty much sucked as society has transformed to a tyranny.
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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Stupid Millennials.
Best rock of all time was the 1960's- but that might have been too demanding intellectually for them, cause most of it is political and of substance
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Millennials prefer BOOMER MUSIC than their own crap they try to call music today

My daughter and all her friends prefer the musin I grew up with. It's awesome




















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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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Stupid Millennials.
Best rock of all time was the 1960's- but that might have been too demanding intellectually for them, cause most of it is political and of substance
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Wow are you all really that senile?
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Isn't it obvious? The younger generation of today PREFERS music from the 70, 80's, & 90's than they do the current garbage that tries to pass as music today. My theory: HUMAN BEINGS PREFER NON-EVIL, INNOCENT (IN COMPARISON) MUSIC OF YESTERYEAR THAN THE DEMONIC & NASTY, ILLUMINAZI-CONTROLLED, GARBAGE SOUNDS OF TODAY, A NEW STUDY REVEALS:

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Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today, research suggests

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics. A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century. Music from the vinyl era is still very popular among young people Scientists tested a group of millennials on their ability to recognise hit records from different decades.

The 643 participants, typically aged 18 to 25, maintained a steady memory of top tunes that came out between 1960 and 1999. In contrast, their memory of 21st-century songs from 2000 to 2015 – while higher overall – diminished rapidly over time.

Lead researcher Dr Pascal Wallisch, from New York University in the US, said: ‘The 1960s to 1990s was a special time in music, reflected by a steady recognition of pieces of that era-even by today’s millennials.’ During this period songs reaching the top of the US Billboard charts were significantly more varied than they were between 2000 to 2015, or the 1940s and 1950s, said the scientists. Even so, certain songs were far more memorable than others, the study found.

Well known examples included ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ by Percy Sledge (1966), ‘Baby Come Back’ by Player (1977) and ‘The Tide is High’ by Blondie (1980). Others, including ‘Knock Three Times’ by Dawn (1970), ‘I’m Sorry’ by John Denver (1975) and ‘Truly’ by Lionel Richie (1982) were all but forgotten.

Songs selected for the study included those that reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 between 1940 and 1957, and the top slot on the Billboard ‘Hot 100’ from 1958 to 2015.

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Thing that gets on my nerves is when people mistake Millennials for
Generation Z


Generation X: Born 1965-1980 (38-53 years old)

Millennials: Born 1981-1996 (22-37 years old)

Generation Z: Born 1997-Present (0-21 years old)

Don't ever mistakes me for that Special Ed Mumble Rap Generation.
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You're correct.


Same way we "Latter-Boomers" (I've coined it) are lumped together with "Baby Boomers."

Latter Boomers (1960-1965) are in their mid to late 50's now; Baby Boomers started after WWII, some of whom are in their 70's now. Even they (Baby Boomers) wouldn't want to be associated with their parents' generation, born in the 1920's.



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...Not that I'd EVER recommend the fake new$, NYTime$ for anything but this article pretty much covers the sentiment I just tried to share about being a "latter-boomer":

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I May Be 50, but Don’t Call Me a Boomer

There is no baby boom generation.

Oh, sure, there was a baby boom: a neatly defined, pig-in-the-python bulge from 1946 to 1964. But the kind of broadly shared cultural experiences that could bind together people across that whole span? That just didn’t happen.

This year the youngest of the baby boomers — the youngest, mind you — turn 50. I hit that milestone a few months back. But we aren’t what people usually have in mind when they talk about boomers. They mean the early boomers, the postwar cohort, most of them now in their 60s —not us later boomers, labeled “Generation Jones” by the writer Jonathan Pontell.

The boom generation really has two distinct halves, which in my mind I call Boomer Classic and Boomer Reboot. (Take this quiz to see where you stand.) The differences between them have to do, not surprisingly, with sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll — and economics and war. For a wide-ranging set of attitudes and cultural references, it matters whether you were a child in the 1940s and ′50s, or in the 1960s and ′70s. And it probably matters even more whether you reached adulthood before or after the early ‘70s, a time of head-spinning changes with long-term consequences for families, careers and even survival.

The end of the war in Vietnam makes for one especially sharp dividing line: In 1973, the cease-fire was signed, United States forces withdrew, and the last American draftees were inducted.

If you were an early boomer, even if you were not drafted or shipped to Vietnam, you had friends, classmates or relatives who were. The fathers you knew had served in World War II, and probably thought their sons should answer the call, too. The war was a raw, central presence in young people’s lives, and in the nation’s cultural and political battles.

Late boomers like me had none of that — no war, no draft, no defining political cause, and most of our fathers were too young for World War II. I remember, as a teenager, seeing old footage of the riots outside the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago, and thinking, “People my age don’t feel that strongly about anything.”

People raised in the immediate postwar years had more faith in their government, and an idealistic view of America that curdled in the ′60s and ′70s. My childhood memories of the evening news, on the other hand, include the war, protests, Watergate and the dour faces of Johnson and Nixon, not the grins of Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy.

In this way, I think we late boomers have more in common with the jaded Generation X that followed: we had less idealism to spoil. No, I don’t remember where I was when Kennedy was killed and innocence died (I was an infant), but I sure remember where I was when Nixon resigned and cynicism reigned. Older boomers may have wanted to change the world; most of my peers just wanted to change the channel.

Another line between the eras runs through the bedroom. It’s not that premarital sex, casual sex and even anonymous sex, were unknown in earlier times. But when early boomers were teenagers in the back seats of their cars, it was understood that sex was dangerous.

Then came the birth control pill (first marketed in 1961, but because of various state laws, not universally accessible until 1972) and legal abortion (Roe v. Wade was in 1973). They helped create a window of time, 10 to 15 years, when, for the first time, people could convince themselves (and many did) that there could be sex without consequences.

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