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Old April 20 2009, 12:24 PM   #16
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Re: The 2000s in music (yet another video retrospective)

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I would love that! But I do think that each decade has had its share of crap and its share of good stuff. The difference with this current decade and decades past is that there's virtually no good "mainstream" music anymore. I mean, there's a little here and there, but for the most part I don't even understand how people can listen to the radio anymore.
One persons favourite song is another persons bane...
Different strokes and all that...
There have been plenty of songs in the mainstream that i didn't like...
As well as bands or artists whose cds would end up in my trashcan if someone gave them to me on my birthday or at christmas time...
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Old April 20 2009, 12:42 PM   #17
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Hmm what was good about 2000's... let's see, we've got a whole bunch of generic indie garbage and plenty of horrible gangsta rap for the most part, then there was the whole terrible nu-metal + pop-punk early in the decade. The shockingly low quality of the majority of the mainstream music in this decade represents the ever decreasing sophistication and intelligence of the lowest common denominator. I honestly can't think of much mainstream music from this decade that's actually any good, and most of the good stuff sounds like it belongs in ths 90's anyway.
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Old May 1 2009, 11:52 PM   #18
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Some cruelly neglected lo-fi goodness from 2000:

"The Art Of Driving" - Black Box Recorder

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Old May 8 2009, 11:54 PM   #19
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