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I find Arch's narrow view on music disturbing

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1 I find Arch's narrow view on music disturbing on Mon Jun 22, 2015 6:41 pm

Arch calls rap instrumentals are stoopid. Plays wordless 'grind' music on his stream.

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I feel the same. I mean, sure, rap instrumentals are "stoopid", but so much else out there isn't.

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*posh voice* I on the other hand like good music, not a particular genre.

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I love instrumentals. There might be sub genres better for background music than rap, like acid jazz or whatever. I'm sure you guys know what kind of stuff I'm thinking of. That's probably a bit old but there are lots of newer genres I honeslty don't know the name of. Hip hop tracks using woodwind instruments, bass, keys, guitars, string instruments.

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*raises an eyebrow*


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I lost the right to judge the musical tastes of others when I inadvertently Shazammed a Will Young song earlier this year.........kill me now!

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I've been backm and forth on judging music my whole life. If anybody can find a single bit of enjoyment in even a load of white noise, then that's fine. But my resolve doesn't last when I have to listen to the radio and I start preaching about quality control. I have to build up my reserve again and again, but common sense prevails.

I like some pretty dumb stuff too, the he-man version of 3 non blondes (hey-yay-yay) for example. I think you lose the right to judge once you've crossed that line.

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This is all I wil say about rap. The lyrics of most modern rap are downright stupid and make no sense in the context of the song. At least the oldschool rap of the 90s had real meaning, and actually had really good rhymes.

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You all need some New Orleans

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Last edited by Wethewax on Thu Sep 03, 2015 6:01 am; edited 1 time in total

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Maz wrote:This is all I wil say about rap. The lyrics of  most modern rap are downright stupid and make no sense in the context of the song. At least the oldschool rap of the 90s had real meaning, and actually had really good rhymes.


You should try some underground rappers like Kendrick Lamar and Wiz kahlifa (however you spell his name). Sadly the ones with real lyrical prowess don't get much attention from the mainstream. The most you're going to get from a mainstream rapper in terms of lyrics would be someone like Jay-Z or Kanye, but their song quality has been waning for the past few years.

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Is mos def still considered modern? lol. Can't stand jay-z etc. Earlier I remember is tribe called quest but mostly I listened in the 90s, early 2000. Not exactly golden era. Like intrumentrals more: Pete Rock, j Dilla, madlib. Chilled out stuff.

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