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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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Study is bullshit though... because the best stuff always comes out first. Pop music was new during this time. The artists were picking the low hanging fruit. The Beatles were literally writing hit songs with three chords. Can't do that today. Why? The easy melodies are all gone. That's the big reason early pop music is more memorable.

Works with anything though.. who are the best scientists and inventors? Galileo, Newton, Faraday.. the guys at the beginning of the scientific revolution were literally doing experiments in their bedrooms. They discovered all the simple stuff. Now you need a billion dollar grant and supercomputers to discover anything. Any wonder why we remember those guys and not someone today on a team of a couple hundred people at MIT?
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You’re exactly right. There is no more low hanging fruit. The tree was stripped bare about 15 years ago and now people are shaving off bits of bark and passing it off as fruit.
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loser starlets are to blame
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it started to go to shit when the disney people ruined everything pmroting there shit loser acts that are still spammed in our face today and cant sell a thing but we had buffy and the wb Vampires are cool and music was still great but those disney shill kids started to ruin everything


then the twilight people ruined vampires and again tween Disney some how replaced the real music with there shit and now empire distrbution records has ruined all of Billboard with there disgusting mumbling retards and the fallen disney starlets prmoted 3rd world trash as heroes the end of legacy fame music and entertainment so a few people can play pretend famous with there shit tabloid storys
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research all you want briiiitch ;]
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shove your millenial bullshit up your arse
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and then come have a brew on the pharcyde
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LOL - most of the newer "music" is only loosely even music, if you get right down to it. It's just a bunch of words with a beat.
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LOL - most of the newer "music" is only loosely even music, if you get right down to it. It's just a bunch of words with a beat.
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If you are an idiot ;]
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OMG, GRAB YOUR HEADPHONES ALERT!
STUNNING PERFORMANCE, LINDA RONSTADT, 1980 (RELEASED THIS MONTH AS HER 'NEW ALBUM' BUT IT'S FROM 1980)
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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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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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Yep me too.
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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.

REST OF AMAZING ARTICLE FOUND HERE:


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They're Right You Know

spock
 Quoting: Truth 1818


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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Yep me too.
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How could we mistake your flimsy soy bone structure for pre-2000s

we couldn't
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OMG, GRAB YOUR HEADPHONES ALERT!
STUNNING PERFORMANCE, LINDA RONSTADT, 1980 (RELEASED THIS MONTH AS HER 'NEW ALBUM' BUT IT'S FROM 1980)
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bump
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Know lots that do.
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Same here
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Millennials prefer BOOMER MUSIC than their own crap they try to call music today
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No. Boomers liked music created by the greatest generation and millennials like music made by the silent generation. Nobody likes the music boomers create. That's the crap we've been playing since the late 90s. It's all untalented, bland, corporate unmemorable garbage.
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OMG, GRAB YOUR HEADPHONES ALERT!
STUNNING PERFORMANCE, LINDA RONSTADT, 1980 (RELEASED THIS MONTH AS HER 'NEW ALBUM' BUT IT'S FROM 1980)
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 Quoting: Truth 1818




omg she was fantastic
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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.

REST OF AMAZING ARTICLE FOUND HERE:


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hesright
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People just need talent, ability and a smidge of originality to come up with new music. There was a man that worked in the patent office that quit his job during a slow period. He said the same thing, that all the good inventions had been invented and there was nothing left.
That was in 1924 after the invention of the amplitude modulated radio.
C'mon, there are plenty of ways to arrange and play music. There are more instruments available now for unique sounds. We just need to turn off the tv and get the kids back to real world activity.
Want to know why bands like the Beatles and the Who, the Stones and Cream became stars?
For the money. It was either hit the big time or hit the time clock in some greasy factory.
Look up a Tony Iommi interview- he cut his fingers off working in sheet metal before they went full time with the band.
We spoil the modern kids so much they aren't motivated to innovate.
Jimmy Hendrix had a career, blew everyone's minds and died at the age of 27.
27.
Would Jimmy come out with new tunes today? No sweat.
He had the talent and the ability, put in the hours of endless practice and promoted himself.
No lame excuses are going to fly.
The music sucks because we have stifled creativity and wrapped everyone in bubble wrap.
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There is truth to what you say but I also think people spent more time dreaming and in the moment. Creating music is a time consumptive pasttime that nobody has time for when they fill their days with Facebook.
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Who doesn't?

At a local venue, each week there is a different "Tribute Band"

All the local bands are Tribute Bands now!

This is what happens when music is entirely taken over by big business (and worse).
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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.

REST OF AMAZING ARTICLE FOUND HERE:


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They're Right You Know

spock
 Quoting: Truth 1818


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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Yep me too.
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Out of touch boomers are notorious for this.
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I actually don't think this is a BAD thing,

Since (don't tell anyone)

This is how culture is supposed to be.

Music shouldn't be throw-away.

Although there could be more good, simple new music to play with the old.
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youngster, get comfy, there's a whole world of music out there , just waiting to tickle your brainstems... cue, you know who...take it away frank

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I like everything except rap

rap music is from hell
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I'm pretty sure we ALL prefer musice from back then.
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Back in the day,

You could be a musician it's as easy as fishing
If you could make a sound sort of mellow

Get a second hand guitar chances are you'll go far
If you get in with the right bunch of fellows