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#172780 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
AOTW when?
#172775 - scowler
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Rust Soundtrack  Stranded What do you guys think of this track?
#172774 - skeptical
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Writing lead sheets entirely in sharpie was the worst idea I've ever had
But Im'a keep doin it
#172779 to #172771 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
soundcloud.com/communistictheorization/likes lots of good trap-ish stuff scattered around my likes
#172777 to #172771 - PopcornViking ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Jadakiss  Cutlass Audio ft Exodus
#172767 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
**thumbfortrump used "*roll picture*"**
**thumbfortrump rolled image**

Who'll die next?

My money's on Iggy Pop.
#172764 - masterofmuffins ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Morcheeba  Big Calm Full Album This is p.chill tbh
ultrablue post that gif of Arnold jammin with the tape player please, it's very relevant.
#172766 to #172764 - ultrablue
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(04/21/2016) [-]
GIF
My dad likes this band
#172773 to #172766 - masterofmuffins ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I'm not really sure if I should feel ofended or if I should say your dad is cool.
#172776 to #172773 - ultrablue
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(04/22/2016) [-]
It's just my only knowledge of this band. But they're not bad.
#172755 - Elk
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(04/21/2016) [-]
**Elk used "*roll picture*"**
**Elk rolled image** I never cared for Prince.
#172757 to #172755 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
No one cares for you.
#172758 to #172757 - Elk
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Good.
#172753 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I'm feeling more and more confident not going choosing music for a career.
#172754 to #172753 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I hoped you're not doing feeling conficantido on you're english
#172756 to #172754 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Do you have a one problem with the way I talk?
#172759 to #172756 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
It is of a maybe being possibilidose
#172760 to #172759 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
well that is good nice to a hearrrrnn,sn,smsdm
#172761 to #172760 - themagicwizard ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
What in fuck
#172763 to #172761 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I don't brain
#172748 - Sunset
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(04/21/2016) [-]
RIP Prince

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#172752 to #172748 - thumbfortrump
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(04/21/2016) [-]
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#172751 to #172748 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
The lifeform formerly known as prince.
#172750 to #172748 - suddenk
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(04/21/2016) [-]
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#172749 to #172748 - PopcornViking ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
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#172746 - kidwreckless
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(04/21/2016) [-]
new to this music board. where the hip-hop heads at??
opinion on top 5 best producers all time.
my list is:
1. Dr. Dre
2. RZA
3. DJ Premier
4. J. Dilla
5. Pete Rock

wanna hear different opinions but this is pretty much the top 5. can see it in different order though
#172747 to #172746 - masterofmuffins ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Actually going serious on this one before people start screaming "DEATH GRIPS!"

1.- Aesop Rock gettin' excited for the new album
2.- Biggie
3.- Mos Def
And well I haven't interiorized myself into rap and hip-hop as much as I wanted. But others that are still worth to mention, clipping is a really solid group and the last album by Lupe Fiasco was great, I just hope he doesn't go too mainstream the way he did with Lasers and F&L2
#172772 to #172747 - haydentheviking
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I love takyon
#172744 - haydentheviking
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I would like some psych pop/rock

its getting warm and it makes me very happy
#172745 to #172744 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Sagittarius  My World Fell Down
The Zombies  Beechwood Park
The World Of Oz 1968 Full Album
#172722 - JariWeis
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Anyone know what song this is?

youtu.be/B7J6c5HHKic?t=9m50s
#172723 to #172722 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjguj6D-g9M I typed "I spent" and got the result immediately.
#172736 to #172723 - JariWeis
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Thanks!
#172724 to #172723 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Oh, man, I know that guy. He was friends with this one girl who broke my heart super fucking bad. Good times, man, good times.
#172737 to #172724 - JariWeis
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Wait, you mean Leafy? Or the guy that made the track?
#172738 to #172737 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
>>#172726, Who the fuck is Leafy?
#172728 to #172724 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
HAHAHAHAHA
#172730 to #172728 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Hope.
#172731 to #172730 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
already past her dude

don't even care anymore

sure, she's pretty, smart, athletic, and people like her, but i don't give a fuck. i basically just said to myself "you're not gonna do anything anyways so why care" and boom

i don't give a fuck

also, i read siddhartha today, and i wanna say you remind me a lot like him, by that i mean the whole traveling and fasting sorta thing
#172762 to #172731 - muchname ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
shit man, y'all right?
#172765 to #172762 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
i'm actually pretty fine

i was sorta in pain for a month or two, but i'm slowly getting better with it

she's a bit too perfect for my standards though, it would never work
#172768 to #172765 - muchname ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
breakups really fuckin' suck, my man. You'll be roight, you're shibe
you can never not shitpost on this board
No one is as perfect as you so it could always work <33
#172778 to #172768 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
it wasn't even a breakup

that's probably the worst part about it

there was no happiness, only pain
#172842 to #172778 - muchname ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
I remember this after a few days and it made me sad
youll be roight, get a girl who can do both and all that jazz.
#172739 to #172731 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
siddhartha was a shit novel and the character was a fucking cuck
#172740 to #172739 - anon
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(04/21/2016) [-]
12 yo pls go
#172741 to #172740 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
i think ill stay actually~
#172732 to #172731 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
You getting past an emotional hang-up? Where the fuck is the real Shibe?
#172733 to #172732 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
i was able to get past the past 3, and this is just another one

i only cry slightly when i see her smile at something i said, but that's it. i've gotten past the rough part of whenever i think about her i cry
#172734 to #172733 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I would like to retract my former statement.
#172735 to #172734 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
but i'm over her, it's ok

i'm fine now, not every second of my living being is pure misery like it was about 3 or 4 days ago
#172725 to #172724 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
did you mean to reply to me?
#172726 to #172725 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Yeah, the producer of that track.
#172727 to #172726 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
ooooooooooh
#172717 - vycanismajoris
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Anyone knows what song this is? Pretty please?
#172770 to #172717 - liero ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
2010 called, they want Skrillex back
#172718 to #172717 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
SKRILLEX  Slats slats slats
#172729 to #172718 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
jam
#172719 to #172718 - vycanismajoris
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Wow, that was fast. Thanks nig
#172711 - majomkifli ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Are there any Delain fans here? Does anyone like this awesome unique symphonic metal band from Nethelands?
#172721 to #172711 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
"unique symphonic metal" this is the best thing symphonic metal has ever produced Key Dragon  The Dragon Calls me Solar
#172708 - liero ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Ey musical nerds, can someone who knows about ambient or similar music tell me if this can be classified as a song?

And if so, what's the genre? Know of anything similar?

Halo 3 ODST  Firefight Soundtrack Storm whispers
#172743 to #172708 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Robert Rich  Somnium have an even longer thing
#172769 to #172743 - liero ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Much obliged man.

Also if you happen to know of any ambient songs with similar background noise.. being what sounds like a party/music in the distance + storms, could you perhaps give me some links to them?
#172742 to #172708 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
yea thats just ambient. Robert Rich   Somnium
#172710 to #172708 - anon
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(04/20/2016) [-]
ambient
#172716 to #172710 - liero ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Is there any specific kind of ambient that uses storm sounds or sounds that appear to be from a distance away?
#172706 - haydentheviking
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(04/20/2016) [-]
This album is gonna be amazing Minor Victories  Scattered Ashes song for Richard
#172712 to #172706 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
oooo
#172713 to #172712 - haydentheviking
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(04/20/2016) [-]
oooo indeed!
#172707 to #172706 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Jesus god damn fuck on a pogo stick. This thing is so 80s I had to check the TV to see if ALF was on.
I like this one, but really I'm not as interested in the album as I was with that first single at this point.
#172709 to #172707 - haydentheviking
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(04/20/2016) [-]
There is no way to please you!!

This albums gonna be great
#172714 to #172709 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
I said I liked it! But I really liked the first one, and I didn't like the second one and this one is just good. The first one was great so really at this point we've listened to like a quarter of the album and it's mostly good, just not as good as I thought.
#172715 to #172714 - haydentheviking
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(04/20/2016) [-]
The first one was the best by far so far i hope the whole album is very different from the three tracks released

Im pumped to see whats gonna happen with it
#172696 - bananaforlife
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Does anyone have any tips on how to maximize practice efficiency? I'm really strapped for time right now and I want to be able to make the most of the time I have available to practice. Pic related, my instrument of choice.
#172697 to #172696 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
I'unno. I play a bunch of instruments and up til know my method has always to beat my head against the wall until something half decent comes out. That said, I'm not very good at any of them save for piano.
#172677 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Lets talk: Guilty Pleasures and taste in general

I sorta wanna hear what you guys think about guilty pleasures. I think they are sort of an interesting phenomena and sorta say a lot about taste in general.

I know people believe music is subjective, but I believe people will agree that some music is sorta objectively better than others. Most people here will agree that anything composed by Bach is objectively better than some 5 year old kid who's never seen a guitar messing around on it for a while. What I wonder is, why do we think this? Sure, there are some more-or-less actual, objective qualities about bach's compositions that make it "better" than some 5 year old messing around. One such quality I see people bring up a lot is technical skill. A 5 year old probably won't understand music theory enough to compose a fugue. Now, what is it about Bach's technicality that we seem to respect? We agree that it is impressive, but yet, how many of us can really point out the certain bits of it that truly make it great and skillful? I believe it's cultural influence that leads to our assumption that Bach is great. We have been told by many people that classical composers are highly skilled and trained many years to be able to do what they do, and it's most likely true. We blindly believe them, for they must be experts! Yet, very few of us can truly analyze and truly respect the music. I think a lot of people don't know what it is about his music that's so amazing. You could say technicality, but that's so broad. What's so technical about it?

Now I must admit, I don't find Bach's compositions too interesting. I guess I could say, I don't like it that much, and the same goes for a good bit of classical music. This is something else I feel like I can't be the only one who feels, but it's a guilty displeasure. I feel guilty because I can't appreciate someone's supposedly "masterful work". Guilty displeasures are the inverse of guilty pleasures, but I believe they are caused by the same thing. For guilty displeasures, it's the majority agreement that X is amazing; For guilty pleasures, it's the majority agreement that Y is terrible. Most people have guilty pleasures for pop music, especially any pop music from the 70s-80s, for it's supposed to be "cheesy" and "outdated". We come to some sort of guilt, we question ourselves and ask "Why do I like this? It's supposed to be bad!" This sense of guilt can be caused by many factors, the one that comes straight to my mind is the feeling that we are weird and will become some sort of "outcast". It roots from a sort of insecurity that we're not normal.

Sorry for writing an essay, but I feel it is something worth discussing. I believe the idea of guilty pleasures has a lot of implications for cultural influence on taste and our sort of personal connection to music so that it becomes a social identity for us.
#172702 to #172677 - anametoremember
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So uh, I guess I meant that, from that point of view, no music is inherently superior/inferior to others. Hence, I don't have guilty pleasures/displeasures. Both of these are, like you said, culturally defined: they can represent certain ideas and messages that pertain to certain groups of society, certain points in time, etc. In general, they pertain to a context. What is defined as a guilty pleasure/displeasure depends on "music taste", which is also culturally defined, and is also pertinent to a context; taste is like a never-ending learning process, of the society as a whole, and your own place in it. Experience is crucial for the development of taste, so naturally different life contexts and styles will breed different tastes.

From this, it's easier to see some of the varying reasons that go behind personal and popular music taste: whether is too cliche as it has been overdone, too cheesy as it is too cheap/inauthentic, too much associated with a certain life style (for example, dubstep/house with partying/clubying, hip-hop with gangsta life), or maybe with a certain social/economic class (country is white-trash music), etc.

A person that doesn't associate him/herself with one of these narratives, won't include in his/her taste the music that contains them; as more people reject the same kind of music for this reason, a popular taste is achieved, and as a result, whatever music they reject will be stigmatized as "bad", or at least of lower quality than the ones they prefer; and of course, people prefer music that represents them and their experiences in some way. For example: imagine the whitest, suburban high-school kids, that think that radio pop and rock music is the best shit, because it deals with a lot of the stuff they go through in their white suburban lives, while they stigmatize hip-hop or trap music, because is "ghetto/black music" (or something) that has nothing to do with them, utilizes a foul language, makes reference to drugs and various criminal activities, and other stuff they would frown upon. BUT, then there comes a song so catchy that some of them can't resist to give in to it, and voila, it becomes a guilty pleasure of some.

Therefore, taste is socially constructed, and since the perception of quality depends heavily on it, that too is socially constructed. At the same time, it means that there's nothing inherently better or worse in the quality of any kind of music. Blah.

tl;dr: I still sing along to All Star by Smash Mouth every time it comes up. And don't like most classical music either.

#172703 to #172702 - anon
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(04/20/2016) [-]
eminem didnt become succesful by selling to urban youth m0
#172701 to #172677 - anametoremember
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(04/20/2016) [-]
I'm gonna ramble:

It would be ideal to define what does technicality mean. The term is commonly associated with, at the very least, extensive knowledge of ONE certain form of music theory (the western), and written sheet music; other definitions could prove difficult to rationalize, as they can introduce the idea that is possible to "measure" the technicality of a composition, for example, through the quantity of notes/chords that are employed. This would prove to be too mechanical, even for classical music, and would imply that the quality of a composition depends of these standards of technicality.

So it's the musical training that immediately separates every classical composer from others. If that's what we understand as technicality, then yes, Bach would count as a technical composer, one that excels at that under public opinion, as his music "is revered for its technical command, artistic beauty, and intellectual depth". Keep in mind though, that while respected in his time as an organist, his reputation as a composer wouldn't truly ignite well after his death. This could show how maybe it isn't the actual proficiency of a composer what matters, but the cultural, academic and popular relevance of both the composer and his/her works. It is foolish to disregard the perceptions of the people, as they always play a KEY part at defining the quality of music: just how much it "sticks" with the majority, for one reason or another.

However, the criteria of technicality only seems to have an impact in classical music; or "art music" (pretentious title), meanwhile traditional and popular music aren't truly subject to the same standards. In fact, popular music is the product of the amateurs, the people that hadn't received training in music, normally people from lower classes. And yet, these works of music proved to be widely enjoyed by the greater deal of people, hence the name "popular". Normally, these people that enjoy this music, very much like the interpreters, don't really know much, or anything, about classical composition nor sheet music. This can show how the formalization of music through the technicality of the composition/composer, in their knowledge of (western) music theory, doesn't NEED to correspond with the perceived quality of the music. A lot of factors can be implied in here, like socioeconomic ones, since it was the people from the higher classes which could get musical training from an early age, which is the case for most renowned classical composers, and not your regular Joe. Given how these second type of person were and still are the majority of people, is easy to understand why they/we flock towards popular music: in it's simplicity, is way more culturally representative of the people, and it's through it that popular culture is both created and perpetuated; a lot of it because lyrics start becoming very important part of a popular song, because they help transmit the desired message. This is something that classical music couldn't achieve, and has remained like that.

So, you CAN easily like Bach without the knowledge of music theory, specially not his own knowledge and thought process derived from it, but having it would give much more insight about what's going on in a certain piece. This is not much of an issue with popular music, where the music is stripped down to a more simplistic and repetitive format (verse - chorus, most commonly), but also the ideas and messages contained in it receive a higher priority, in a way, filling the blank space left with less technical wankery going on. It can easily be understood like this: renowned classical works are commonly an impressive feat; renowned popular music works are more of a relatable feat.

So, no matter the technicity and difficulty of music, every musical tradition has the same dignity and not one can claim any superiority over another. Derived from that, it's possible to understand the subjectivity of music and "taste".
#172698 to #172677 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
my guilty pleasures all involve anime and that's cause anime is trash
#172694 to #172677 - masterofmuffins ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
The thing with guilty pleasures goes on two things; trend and embarrassment.

The trend is what describes the average standar in almost everything ever, going from music, fashon, activities, food, whatever. And different trends are usually like oil and water; you are either fat or skinny, you dress well or you don't care, you like rock or you like pop. Or at least that's how people tend to see it. So if you like something for example I like Nine Inch Nails, the trend would say I should like David Bowie and Ministry yet I just don't so I get off the trend. Now to say that I like rock music the most the trend points that I shouldn't like pop music, but I like Rihanna, and there I break with the trend again so it fits as a guilty pleasure.

Now embarrassment is just that, you feel shame to admit that you, once again, break the trend. For being judged, for insecurity, because you feel like you should follow the trend but you can't, there can be a million reasons for be embarrased at whatever. Putting myself as an example, I like Nu Metal and I am mot embarrassed to say it at all despite the bad categorization that the genre receives. And one more time we are breaking the trend. Same once again for liking Rihanna since I listen to rock the most and mainstream pop breaks the mold of the average rock music fan.

tl:dr if you like it good for you and if someone doesn't like it good for him. It's like come out of the closet.
#172688 to #172677 - ultrablue
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(04/19/2016) [-]
You sound like you're on the: appreciates something for its contributions, but not being into because your taste has developed independent of liking it or listening to it ever. Which is how I feel about a lot of old music. I acknowledge and understand that say, The Beatles, influenced a lot of artists I like. But that doesn't mean I have to give a shit about listening to the Beatles. Sure, Bach was a person in the long path that led to where music is today, but just because he had part in the growth of music doesn't mean everyone is going to dig stuff that was written hundreds of years ago when they themselves have grown up with vastly different music around them. Some people can go back and like his stuff, some can't. It doesn't mean you're a disingenuous music lover just because you don't like his music, and anyone who would tell you otherwise is simple minded.
#172686 to #172677 - wertgf
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Mate, Bach's my nigga. At that time equal temperament hadn't been completely founded, and the cocky son of a bitch was still modulating through all 12 keys. He composed so much he couldn't right it all down so many of his works are improvisations transcribed by his students. and then the motherfucker had time to have over 20 kids.

tl;dr bach's an OG

Nevertheless, we can say things are composed better or worse, but you can like what the fuck you like and shouldn't have to justify it to music snobs.
#172691 to #172686 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Wasn't it customary to have a trillion kids back then?
#172693 to #172691 - wertgf
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Yeah if you didn't you were sent to australia
#172687 to #172686 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
damn man, those 3-4 sentences were really long, thanks for the TL;DR
#172689 to #172687 - wertgf
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(04/19/2016) [-]
anytime

tl:dr - netym
#172682 to #172677 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
People who opine in matters they do not understand should just shut the fuck up. If you, for example, didn't understand why Bach is admirable composing-wise then just don't say he is. They should just say "I like it" and not weigh in in matters they do not understand.

So let's say you're talking to someone who knows his shit. And he takes your favourite song and he says it's "repetitive", "derivative" and, let's say, "unauthentic". Well, assuming you have three braincells you can readily and easily recognise that the two are right and the third is a bullshit Texas-sharpshooter argument. You should be able to recognise that, accept that, and since you like it (it's your favourite song after all) you obviously believe it has a further redeeming value so who gives a shit what that twat has to say? He's raised his points, which are valid, but you have whatever valid reason why you believe it has further value despite those criticisms. You should have enough criteria anyway to have found them in your own, and he should have enough criteria to recognise whatever merits it may have despite his distate for it. If one of those two statements is untrue, then whoever broke that rule has an opinion that is intrinsically worthless because it's mired in shit and bias.

So fuck 'im. He has his reasons, you have yours, and even if his are valid it doesn't nullify your own so why in the ever loving fuck should you even begin to care if he disapproves of what you like? Multiply that times a thousand ppeople and it doesn't change it: Either their reasons are bullshit and they're twits or they have valid reasons that you should be able to spot and accept. Either way, they don't matter.
#172683 to #172682 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
I agree. But there still are people who really do sorta care, as to why there are probably a lot of reasons, but people nonetheless care.
#172684 to #172683 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Well they should check-in their brains at the local hospital for the good of science since they don't use them.
#172685 to #172684 - shibe ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
I don't think people usually critically think about the causes of their misfortunes so as to diagnose and fix their problem.

Proof: Teenagers

If we give the brains of teenagers to science, then there are no teenagers left to function, then when the smart old people fall over, society will die off. I think I like your plan.
#172679 to #172677 - haydentheviking
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(04/19/2016) [-]
I like some coldplay songs
#172690 to #172679 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
Name them!
#172692 to #172690 - haydentheviking
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(04/19/2016) [-]
I like
Midnight
Adventure of a lifetime lately as its a jam Plus my boss really likes coldplay so i have to listen to it atlot sometimes
In my place
yellow

What are yours or am i gonna be judged

P much those songs to me are there better ones

#172700 to #172692 - thebestpieever ONLINE
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(04/20/2016) [-]
GIF
You named one of the good songs from their horrible first album and no others, so it's all good.
#172678 to #172677 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
my only guilty pleasure is I love cheesy 80's power ballads George Michael   Careless Whisper  Lyrics or im never gonna dance again
#172676 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(04/19/2016) [-]
GIF
Post some dank songs Wodensthrone  The Storm Hiroba de 2 Bathory  Twilight Of The Gods With Lyrics
#172720 to #172676 - anon
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Obituary  World Demise
Melvins  At A Crawl
SLSTAFIR  Melrakkabls
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