posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 02:26 PM
reply to post by nightbringr
The greatest thing about that whole thing, was Dee Snider and John Denver together.... That was great....
I grew up listening to mostly 60-70's rock. My mother introduced me to the 80's wuss music (journey,foreinger, styx). In the 90's when I was in my
teens, I listen mostly to grunge and Death/Heavy Metal. Now today I listen to a vast array of music. My music taste has changed. I still enjoy
listening to Kill Thrill Cult, Suicidal Tendencies, Slip Knot, Rage Against the Machine but man I tried to listen to some of the new Heavy Metal stuff
out there today, And my ears just want to suck themselves up inside my head. I have probably been to around 900 concerts in my life. I loved going to
Type-O-Negative concerts, local band concerts, and Oz Fest. Hell i even went to the CMA festival in Nashville a few times. But for the Love of
everything that is wholy in life, what the hell is going on in the Pop Hip HOp world? I never really listened to this stuff, probably never will, but
90% of the stuff is either auto-tuner, synthesized, or Lady Gaga, hahaha... OH well Don't know what i am trying to say anymore....
But I really miss when lyrics were good, when the guitar would melt your soul, when the drum beat and bass line would just reverb through out the
house/car. I guess it could just be me getting old, and wanting the music of my youth, but come on when is the last time someone shattered the world
of music like Nirvana did in the 90's? Who is going to be that artist that breaks the mold and revolutionalizes the way we hear music? I believe
music is dead, there is nothing today that would hold it own against Stair Way to heaven, Pride and Joy or War pigs.