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Old 09-06-2013, 04:36 PM   #31
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Its funny how all you "old timers" are bashing todays popular music. I would be willing to bet that your parents did the same thing to your favorite music when you were growing up. I don't like rap but some new songs are catchy and fun to listen to. Its a generational thing.
Yeah I'm 21. I think most new music just sucks. There are occasional hits that are actually good, but they're rarities. My parents always disliked the music I listened to, unless it was something old, but I still liked my music so they didn't really influence anything.
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Good God if you consider that "New" I'd hate to hear what you consider old.

Lemme guess, Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn are current for you?
Relatively new. Lol. I didn't realize how old it was. Released in 1990. But to me that's the kind of over pronounced country singing voice that only got worse with new country music. One guy I do like, or can stand, is Brad Paisley. He doesn't do that over pronounced stupid voice and he actually plays his instrument really well.

And if you're comparing that to, hank williams sr. it pretty new!
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TK is. Jackson and Straight put out something new every now and then, but Straight is retired and I think Jackson is semi retired.

The nearest classic country station to me is far enough away that it doesn't pick up good enough to bother with. I want to say it's probably the same one you listen too, based out of somewhere in east Texas.
Probably not. If you get more then 10 miles out of town, you quickly start to lose the signal. The one I listen to is 96.3 FM. (don't remember the name of the station)
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It I hate the song Ob La Di - Ob La Da. I love the Beatles. In fact they've been my favorite band since about the 6th grade when I got y head out of my butt musically. It's just a grading song. Right now I'm sitting with my friends band as they practice it for a wedding that I'm sitting in on and I feel like looking for something to end my suffering with.


So what's a song(s) you guys hate?
I love it and hate it. I'm complex.

As for songs I hate, I'm sure this thread will outline many.
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I like most of his music, but I think I died a little inside when he started rapping country.

Is Toby Keith Alan Jackson, and George Strait still making new music? I don't hardly listen to new music anymore, so I have no idea. (I found a classic country radio station, so that's what I always listen to.)
MIL got me the latest Jimmy Buffett CD last weekend, and there's a duet with Buffett and Toby Keith - Too Drunk To Karaoke".

Classic Country is the best. The new stuff isn't Country anymore, despite what they call it.
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Song Hell! I hate the entire album "Pyromania" by Def Lepperd. In 1986-1989 I was working for a racing team and one day when I was to drive cross-country with a partner, he shows up at the shop with that damn tape he had bought on his way in. He took the first shift, playing that damn tape in a continuous loop all the way across California and Nevada until he pulled over at a rest stop so we could switch drivers. I got in the driver's seat, adjusted everything and took off, punching the tape eject and throwing it out the damn window as I hit the highway.

Def Leppard can kiss my ass. I hate all of their stuff to this day.

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Iv'e been into Gilbert Brantley, and Chris Cagel alot lately. But mostly like the old stuff Hank Jr/ Molly Hatchet / Skynard / etc. I cant stand rap crap, but for some reason i like Kid Rocks, country-rock-rap...style. Youtube Kid Rock/Martina Mcbride "I put your picture away"..they blew the doors off that place.

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Song Hell! I hate the entire album "Pyromania" by Def Lepperd. In 1986-1989 I was working for a racing team and one day when I was to drive cross-country with a partner, he shows up at the shop with that damn tape he had bought on his way in. He took the first shift, playing that damn tape in a continuous loop all the way across California and Nevada until he pulled over at a rest stop so we could switch drivers. I got in the driver's seat, adjusted everything and took off, punching the tape eject and throwing it out the damn window as I hit the highway.

Def Leppard can kiss my ass. I hate all of their stuff to this day.
The "Metal age" for me stopped with Zep, Black Sabbath/Blue Oyster Cult/Alice Cooper.

Earlier today I took some "Ca Cr" some someone in a chat who used to be here about Progressive Rock Being "Gay." My only anser to anyone that thinks that is if You can Play Guitar LIke Steve Howe, Steve Hackett, Alan Holdsworth, or David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, or Robert Fripp from King Crimson,...then you can call anyone anything you want, but until then,..shut yer Hole and get educated in the music you CLAIM to like and then call me...
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The "Metal age" for me stopped with Zep, Black Sabbath/Blue Oyster Cult/Alice Cooper.

Earlier today I took some "Ca Cr" some someone in a chat who used to be here about Progressive Rock Being "Gay." My only anser to anyone that thinks that is if You can Play Guitar LIke Steve Howe, Steve Hackett, Alan Holdsworth, or David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, or Robert Fripp from King Crimson,...then you can call anyone anything you want, but until then,..shut yer Hole and get educated in the music you CLAIM to like and then call me...
I spent a good deal of the late '70's and most of the 1980's listening to all of that and more. I loved Southern Rock as well and listened to country when I wasn't around my friends (I was the only fan).

You forgot the best band of all time, Rush.

Who was your favorite lead in Black Sabbath? I like Dio, but laugh at the fact that had he tried to get into music after 1981 he never would have made it 'cause he is so damn ugly.

(For those of you who are confused by that statement 1981 was the year that MTV came into being. Nobody gave a rip what musicians looked like before that, and after that it was impossible to succeed as a lead singer if you weren't passably attractive.)
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