posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 08:10 AM
I dunno... perhaps I'm in a minority here but I tend to feel that the real conspiracy lies within the question -- how the #### did we devolve from the
true golden age of music (60s, 70s) to the garbage of today? Of course there might be a few gems here and there but certainly when you look at whats
considered the mainstream of today, it boggles my mind as to how this has come to be... but then when you think about it, music has never been as
influential then it had been in those golden decades, no doubt influenced by the up-rise of psychedelics within the music industry
at the time. A lot of minds were opened up, and you can only imagine what a threat that was to those who wish to forever control us.
Thus the rise of hiphop, rap and the like -- rubbish forcefully pushed as the new mainstream so that it may forever drown out any hint of good, mind
expanding music that might be playing in the background, as well as dumb the masses so as to forever kill off whatever breed of open minded musicians
that are left in the world today.
No doubt though the internet is an equation that has already begun and will continue to put an end to this viscous cycle, as now the medium for
mainstream has changed to one that allows us -- as individuals -- to better explore and develop our own minds. More and more of our younger generation
are stumbling onto the true gems of our past and are finally allowed the chance to hear something real.
The internet is the new psychedelic tool, and there will be no stopping it this time!
(Yes I realize I MAY have stepped on a few people's toes here, but it is my honest opinion and I mean nothing personal)
edit on 11/10/12 by
Navieko because: (no reason given)