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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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Is there anyone who doesn't?
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It's true, just look at all the hip hop heads discovering rock and metal reaction videos on youtube - they're like why haven't I heard this music before?
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the 1960's - early 80's had no autotune. Singers had to sing.

Just watch and listen to Woodstock, and you will hear people like Joe Cocker singing so strong that his face is red and not pretty!

nowadays you have stupid pop princesses like Ariana Grande who are so lame. No talent vapid personality.

then you had MTV who played the great videos of the 1980's - 1990's.

Then rap infected music :(

Some people say that music comes from how the musician feels within. With all the crap going on in society, is there anything they feel with all their heart that comes out in music? or no, they cant express what they really feel thanks to stupid social justice warriors.

So i think that might be it.

Rock and classic rock died out when mellow rock came about, which were boring, and then disco happened.. (best dance music is disco). Then new wave happened like Depeche Mode, which was a great genre.

I was watching a TV station (maybe it was Reelz) where they documented Saturday Night Fever. Guess what! they said that kids nowadays are reliving the great dancing in that movie and taking lessons on how to do the electric slide, etc, dancing from the movie.. now if that doesn't tell you something, i don't know what!
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Millennials prefer BOOMER MUSIC than their own crap they try to call music today






















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Millennials prefer REAL MUSIC over ENGINEERED TO ALL HELL MUSIC that the RECORD EXECS (many of which are BOOMERS) try to force on us today. They ALWAYS DID but the ignorant ones are TOO FOCUSED ON MILLENIAL weaknesses to SEE IT. GOOD MUSIC has ALWAYS existed and has ALWAYS BEEN made by those of ALL AGES, RACES AND GENDERS.
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Tons of videos on YT of young people listening to old classics for the first time and reacting with amazement at the creativity, musicianship and message. Many of them have the realization that the "music" today is one dimensional crap. Fun to watch.
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The 50's and 60's had good music also. I like it up to the 80's! The 80's fucking killed it. That's when the rainbow unicorn we are the world shit came out. The 90's were crybaby woe is me grunge. No wonder Kurt killed himself!
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The 90's made you submissive on purpose!
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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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 Quoting: Truth 1818


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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Oh I just realized I worded my comment badly. All I meant was I like some 90's and 00's stuff because it makes me nostalgic personally. Didn't mean the older stuff which is probably better than that and definitely better than what we have today
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Yup my boys 18 & 21 both listen to classic rock
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I wish they would bring back the old MTV from that timeframe..
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Is there anyone who doesn't?
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No. No there isn’t.

Throw movies in there too.
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Music today is unbelievably shit.

As a measure of how bad it is, think about this.
Even young people today enjoy music from 1970 more than today's. 1970 is almost half a century ago. If you were listening to music in 1970 and yet preferred music a half century previous to that, you would be listening to ancient recordings from the 1920s, the stuff that the flappers were dancing to.
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Is there anyone who doesn't?
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No. No there isn’t.

Throw movies in there too.
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My nephews , all 5 of them , under the agess 24.
Play video games of course. But all of them watch reruns
of tv sitcom shows made in 70s 80s 90s. Friends Seinfeld Mash what about Raymond etc etc. they do like “the office “” too, so there is one post 2000
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The 50's and 60's had good music also. I like it up to the 80's! The 80's fucking killed it. That's when the rainbow unicorn we are the world shit came out. The 90's were crybaby woe is me grunge. No wonder Kurt killed himself!
 Quoting: Truth Reaper


I thought the 90s were great for music.
The 80s were full of silly hair bands and shit like Duran Duran.
The grunge sound was very refreshing.
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It's true, just look at all the hip hop heads discovering rock and metal reaction videos on youtube - they're like why haven't I heard this music before?
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Yes, there are some great reactions on YT.
One black man seemed really angry that he had never known about Janis Joplin.
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The 50's and 60's had good music also. I like it up to the 80's! The 80's fucking killed it. That's when the rainbow unicorn we are the world shit came out. The 90's were crybaby woe is me grunge. No wonder Kurt killed himself!
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I thought the 90s were great for music.
The 80s were full of silly hair bands and shit like Duran Duran.
The grunge sound was very refreshing.
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Grunge was good for low self esteem!





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There’s plenty of great throwback music being made today.

You just have to seek it out because it’ll never be played on the radio except for maybe some local college stations.

Lots of good artists with the 60’s/70’s vibe.
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Things started going downhill toward the end of the 70s when big money, big venues and tech destroyed the spontaneity and natural talent to pump out formula crap. Some still managed to shine despite it all, but the golden age was winding down.
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A lot of Modern 'Music' really isn't music, it's just noise.

There is in fact quite a lot of really good modern music, but it's created by poor singer-songwriters who get no recognition, no air play and only an occasional use in films if someone notices them.

All radio stations are now owned by a single corporation that plays a selected group of mush to pad out the adverts.

If Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and David Bowie turned up at today's record company they'd be laughed at and kicked out: that's just they way it is.

Today's 'music' star has to be very young, talent free and able to be moulded into a BRAND.
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Born in 88 myself and was always drawn to Pink Floyd, Zepplin, Bob Dylan ect. Music isnt music anymore, its noise.
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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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Unless someone invents a new genre that doesn't sound like shit, our great-great-great grandchildren will be listening to the Beatles and Led Zeppelin.
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It's true, just look at all the hip hop heads discovering rock and metal reaction videos on youtube - they're like why haven't I heard this music before?
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Yes, there are some great reactions on YT.
One black man seemed really angry that he had never known about Janis Joplin.
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I saw that one. Great reaction. Seen others react to Queen live in Montreal, Somebody to Love, left with their mouths hanging open, left speechless after watching live performances by Rush, Led Zeppelin, etc.
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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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Did you ever see this?

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A lot of Modern 'Music' really isn't music, it's just noise.

There is in fact quite a lot of really good modern music, but it's created by poor singer-songwriters who get no recognition, no air play and only an occasional use in films if someone notices them.

All radio stations are now owned by a single corporation that plays a selected group of mush to pad out the adverts.

If Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and David Bowie turned up at today's record company they'd be laughed at and kicked out: that's just they way it is.

Today's 'music' star has to be very young, talent free and able to be moulded into a BRAND.
 Quoting: Drone#6


This is very true.
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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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people used. to buy albums for a song or two.

then in 90s they could down load every sing the band ever made in a few seconds for free.

took profit out of it really.

vocal actresses. milli vanilli shit began.

the year evanescence won grammies and kanye or someone stormed the stage like planet of musical taste obliteration

the truth? whites were bullied into liking rap music. they are scared not to like their shitty music.

it is like a gods that demand their worship. they obey their will. is black magic.
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The 50's and 60's had good music also. I like it up to the 80's! The 80's fucking killed it. That's when the rainbow unicorn we are the world shit came out. The 90's were crybaby woe is me grunge. No wonder Kurt killed himself!
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I thought the 90s were great for music.
The 80s were full of silly hair bands and shit like Duran Duran.
The grunge sound was very refreshing.
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Ohhhhhhh reallllllly. How bout this bitch




Or this



Or this



Or this

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The 50's and 60's had good music also. I like it up to the 80's! The 80's fucking killed it. That's when the rainbow unicorn we are the world shit came out. The 90's were crybaby woe is me grunge. No wonder Kurt killed himself!
 Quoting: Truth Reaper


I thought the 90s were great for music.
The 80s were full of silly hair bands and shit like Duran Duran.
The grunge sound was very refreshing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76916126




Ohhhhhhh reallllllly. How bout this bitch




Or this



Or this



Or this


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Oops. Not signed in.

Bitch !
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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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Unless someone invents a new genre that doesn't sound like shit, our great-great-great grandchildren will be listening to the Beatles and Led Zeppelin.
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Metallica megadeath did that in the 80s. Speed metal. It was like nothing anybody I had ever heard. And it kicked ass.
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Music is selective and that's the beauty of it. Keep listening to what you like!
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why did the tribe destroy everything?
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cuz the music was all about esoteric stuff

they thought they understood.

but they did not understand
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Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.

~ Plato