Is listening to a music channel which is playing songs from the 90's
May 3, 2008 8:21am CST
Its all flooding back now!! I used to spend my time listening to various artists such as The Coors, Savage Garden, Nsync, Boyzone and am loving all the songs that are being played. All those memories from when I was younger dancing around singing into a hair brush I mean Im 26 now so grew up in the 90's. All those groups that you dont hear about, you forget those songs that where top of the charts and wonder what you really liked about the groups. Those songs that you really love and still do but forget as you havent heard them for so long!! Those special songs that have special moments!! Im waffling now, do you enjoy hearing songs from when you grew up be it the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s or the 00s??
4 May 08
hello. i listen to all sorts of music. i was born in the sixties and you could imagine the range of genres i listen to. i even listen to music older than me and goes back to old century music , the classicals. i have to admit that the music today are too many to the point that no one ever last a month on a song to appreciate that much, only a few do lingers after a year not like the songs of the past where times are still cool and easy. i guess it is because of economic in nature.
3 May 08
Oh yeah I love it - mine are the 80s but I love music from all different eras - my favourite group of all time were from the 60s when I wasn't even born! I do know what you mean about listening to the songs you used to make up dances to and you knew every single beat of music and all the words to! I don't think we forget them , we just sort of let them hibernate for a bit! lol xxx
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3 May 08
Sometimes I think that I am musically retarded lol. I mostly listen to music from the late 80's and 90's. I listen to all types of music, but I am an R & B buff, I like to think. All this stuff they sing about now to me is nonsense. All it is is a good beat, and someone synthesized over it. There aren't too many real singers nowadays, so I stick with the late 80's and 90's. I do have my select few from today that I like, and I like listening to oldies too, but that period that I mentioned is my preference.
3 May 08
I grew up in the 80s so the songs I grew up to were more the middle to late 80s, and then in the 90s I was more in my 20s. I have many cds with all the hits from the 80s and 90s and I love to listen to them all every so often. It certainly brings back some memories and a lot of them are brilliant to sing too.