Popular “music” of today.

I find the popular music of today to be utterly horrible, it’s all sleazy and right in your face, in fact I would have to say, it’s just downright nasty. And what’s with all the hand gestures and the styles are outright laughable. As for the music itself, they sound like evil nursery rhymes, but nursery rhymes all the same. It’s so repetitive and all the same. When Oasis came out and of course Nirvana, it was a breath of fresh air, original and not downright sleazy garbage. Is this what it’s come to ? Since the demise of Top of the Pops among other things it has all been crap. I used to think it was great when MTV came out, but now I am not so sure about all that either. I love to this day, the music from the 60s and 70s, which can now be heard regularly on TV adverts or good radio stations, and of course the internet. This stuff was far superior, better written and produced, remember Brian Epstein The Beatles, The Stones, now that’s what I call music.

3 thoughts on “Popular “music” of today.

  1. I have never been keen on music with my Puritan within. I don”t like the hysteria.
    I started listening to some only because I had nothing to do with my impairments.

    I have been looking at boats today if I get better I fancy building a small catamaran or outrigger. A really calm thing to feel the water. Good for the nerves.

    The puritans were good on the water.I think Cromwell built up the navy. New England was built on Pine ships.

    How do you feel about boats?

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    1. Pretty scary, I mean, the ocean. Like reading Samuel Pepys diary, I’m well aware that this was way after the Puritans, but I find it fascinating. Pepys worked for the Royal Navy and he lived through the Great Fire of London, the plague, the beheading of Charles I He really did have an interesting life.

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