I literally love all kinds of music. I grew up on old school hiphop with my friends, and 60s/70s classic rock with my dad. I started listening to
heavier stuff like Pantera when I got a little older. Listened to a lot of jazz, folk (bob dylan's the s**t) and classical too because I just have
always appreciated musical talent and composition all together. That goes for any art, really.
My little bro is 22 now. He grew up listening to stuff like Blink 182 and some punk bands. Him and his friends really started to get into the "post
hardcore" music scene around 2005. When my mom and brother moved to Georgia he made friends with a kid who was the singer in a band called Of
Machines. They aren't a band anymore but I guess they got pretty big not only there, but around the country with kids who were into this music. They
got signed to a pretty major record label and toured a bunch of places over the US. Anyway, my point is each generation grows up listening to
This band sticks out to me at the current moment because when my bro visits he's always listening to this stuff. My parents hate this type of music,
but I can still appreciate it. I just really liked the kids voice. I'm not sure how many people on here would appreciate this kind of music. Just
thought I'd add a little something different from what I've seen. Here ya go
(its two parts put into one video)
The kid was in a band before that with only his singing. I like this song too.
I'm like you i love all kinds of different music ..I liked what you posted here there music was good..I was brought up on rock and roll thats all my
parents listened to but as i got older i liked what was up to date with the times ..I even like rap music but some of it is to hard core for me or the
msg is just to dumb or hateful..
Thank you so much for posting feel free to post more peace,sugarcookie1
Well I'm glad you gave it a shot! I agree with you on most rap these days. Rap has turned into girls, drugs, and guns. It's not what it used to be.
Biggie, Nas, Eminem, etc were always amazing to me. True lyrical geniuses. I love the fact Eminem's around and kicking ass still.
Here's a song that brings me back to the....good ol days
It's a 10 minute long mind blowing guitar solo. It's impossible to dislike. Sit back and let the magic happen
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