New music, old music, 90's and today's music

Israel
October 23, 2015 2:14pm CST
Hey, as I guess music is a big part of yours everyday, for the more or less What kind of music do you enjoy of? and what do you think about todays music? I like the 90s from goa trance to grunge and hiphop.. more likely my favourites bands are alice in chains and slayer, I dont like much the todays hits, for my opinion those are just an empty songs which talks about drug's, money and girls..
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@PhredWreck (6051)
23 Oct 15
I listen to a lot of everything, 60's up to current releases.
• Israel
23 Oct 15
Any favourite bands? Or century . Music changes every couple of years
23 Oct 15
@alex92l1 I listen to old rock, new rock, new wave, punk, post-punk, jazz, classical, pop, R & B, a bit of everything. I run sound for local bands in my area of all genres.
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• Israel
23 Oct 15
@PhredWreck nice , today you can find somegood rocck bands , but trance and hiphop gone down
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@marlina (74941)
• Canada
23 Oct 15
I like most kinds of music.
• Israel
23 Oct 15
Any spesific?
• Budennovsk, Russian Federation
24 Oct 15
Haddaway, Bomfunk, Mr President, Captain Jack, Aqua, Scooter, Prodigy, Lambada are my favourite from 90s
@youless (92280)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Oct 15
I am interested in popular music. I think this may be a generation gap and therefore we don't think today's songs are better than the old ones. At least I think so. I even don't have a clue what are the popular songs now. However, if you ask the youngs. They may have an opposite opinion. They will say the current songs are better than the past.
@FourWalls (14207)
• United States
24 Oct 15
First, EVERYTHING you said about "today's hits" was said about the 90's music....and about the 80's music...and about the 70's music...and about the 60's music...and about the 50's music. Nice to see some things never change. Having said that, I haven't had any interest in what you'd call "commercial" or "mainstream" music since the late 70's, when the so-called "superstars" format took over FM radio and the music (thanks to the popularity of disco, which had almost zero diversity from song to song) became too formulaic. However, I have things on my iPod from the Carter Family in 1928 to Don Henley's cover of "She Sang Hymns Out of Tune" that came out last month.