What the hell ever happend to good old rock and roll .its all hiphop teckno and rest of the other crap that today is called music .to me it sounds like sh**!!! But I guess that's my opinion .everybody I know don't listen to what I do .so I have nothing in common with them .they call my stuck in the 90s .but there's no way I could like what people listin to today because to me it sucks can't even begin to understand what the hell they are saying but it s all about gangs crack and the hood or getto .sorry not my lifestyle I guss I'm. Better than that I have better expectations of myself .anyways am I the only one that feels this way let me know and for thoughs of you that hiphop well ????
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Hobbies category? Maybe give some free advice about: Music? TheLonelySoul answered Friday August 27 2010, 7:55 am: Rock is better But I like both. I only listen to old, and underground, listen to Immortal Technique, he's the best underground MC alive, he talks about the government & similar stuff, here's some of his lines, it's vey good lyric, flow & point, makes sense, "When I grab the Mic device in front of christ & start to kick it,,, I make jesus turn around & say, "Yo pops! this ni**a flipped it! "NY state police trying to swallow me,,, locked me longer than PR been a colony" "get the f**k out if you want the foreigners gone,,, I'll paint the white house black & park my car on the Lawn" it's very good my favourite The 3rd World (he's from Peru): "From where police brutalitys not half as nice,,, makes the hood in america look like paradise" [ TheLonelySoul's advice column | Ask TheLonelySoul A Question ]
GhoulOnParade answered Tuesday August 24 2010, 6:49 pm: Just don't pay attention to MTV or anything like that. It's VERY easy to find music that is worth listening to, it's just not very popular. Stay away from MTV, stay away from Top 40 Radio Stations....
Google will be your savior. Just google a bunch of random stuff.
Also look up lists of bands on myspace. They have loads of random bands.
K3587 answered Tuesday August 17 2010, 5:22 pm: I've never liked anything that plays on the top 40 radio stations. I used to listen to Launchcast radio, but it's no longer free. Now I listen to last.fm off my 360 when I'm at home. It'll typically only play what I want it to, and it's getting smarter and smarter everytime I tell it to cut the bullshit. Launchcast would play shit like Lady Gaga because "other listeners enjoyed this artist." Launchcast, I could care less what your other users listen to. Last.fm isn't so bold. It sticks to my old school metal and stand up comedians.
When I'm not at home, my phone has an FM transmitter. I can start playing my mp3s and set the phone next to the radio and it will play my music. All I have to do is tune my phone and the radio to an otherwise dead air station; I use 88.9. You can buy a cheap transmitter for $10 in the automotive department at Wal-Mart, and suddenly any radio now plays your stuff. I tend to listen to that more than any station in this town. I'll only listen to the rock station if certain DJs are playing, cause a couple of those assholes will play stuff like Nickelback and I want to punch the speaker so hard Chad Kroeger feels it.
And in closing, most of my mp3 collection is stuff that came out anywhere between the mid 80's to late 90's. With the exception of new stuff from older bands like Muse, few things I have are less than 5 years old. [ K3587's advice column | Ask K3587 A Question ]
NinjaNeer answered Tuesday August 17 2010, 12:26 pm: I'm not into most rap, because I'm probably the whitest suburban chick ever and I just can't relate to it.
It's hard to find good music. I've been finding that on the rock stations, it's all this inoffensive milk junk, which I don't like either. Where I have had luck is on indie websites.
This is my favourite: you have the option to complete quests, but you can also just chill and listen. You choose based on your favourite genre, and you can bookmark your favourites.
Matt answered Tuesday August 17 2010, 7:11 am: If you know how to use the Internet, there's actually a wealth of underground music in pretty much every sub-genre imaginable. [ Matt's advice column | Ask Matt A Question ]
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