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Subject: 2010s music

Written By: cool123 on 03/06/16 at 7:01 pm

Thread created to discuss 2010s music.


Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/06/16 at 7:54 pm

We have so many threads dedicated to 2010s music, and yet this is worth noticing? No offense, but you need to lurk the boards more.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/06/16 at 8:04 pm

This should be in the 2010s section instead of More than a decade section.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: mqg96 on 03/06/16 at 8:27 pm


We have so many threads dedicated to 2010s music, and yet this is worth noticing? No offense, but you need to lurk the boards more.


I agree, we already have enough music threads made for specific decades and years. You can find songs people already posted on those threads.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: ArcticFox on 03/10/16 at 10:09 pm

I enjoy 2010s music to a moderately high degree. I'm not enthusiastic about everything though. I didn't like dub step, most 2010s hip-hop is awful, and the electropop trend got old really quick. The dominance of a select few mega stars in the early 2010s was tremendously irritating. I don't like going by school years, I go by calendar years. If I were to rank the 2010s music so far...

2015
2014
2013
2011
2010
2012

Every year has it's awful songs, but I ignore them. I only focus on what I like.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/11/16 at 1:39 am

The 2010's is the decade of electro music predominately. Ever since around 2008 we had music with autotune and electro pop all throughout the 2010's. We had some variety too though like Sam Smith, Adele, a couple indie bands, and teen pop like Taylor Swift. But this decade is mostly defined by electro music (electro pop, trap Hip-Hop, dance music, other songs with electronic components and autotune).

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/11/16 at 1:40 am

One thing I noticed that died out really quick was dubstep. It's actually considered "uncool" these days. I remember around 2011-2012 where dubstep was insanely popular.

Overall, I hate 2010's mainstream music for the most part. Love a lot of underground music. I prefer 2000s mainstream music much more.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/11/16 at 2:11 pm

Since ArcticFox put out his thoughts on 2010s music, I'll put in mine. As anybody knows who I am, I really don't like this decade's music. There are a few good hits in my personal opinion, but they aren't as memorable as the decades before this one. Hell even the 2000s, which was controversially multi-genres, was more memorable than the 2010s. All the 2010s had was trap hip-hop, electropop, indie rock, and chiptune music. I'm not into a lot of obscure music, since it sounds boring as f*ck, but that's about it.

To rate this decade out of years, it would be...

2010 > 2011 > 2013 > 2015 > 2014 >>> 2012

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: ArcticFox on 03/12/16 at 7:34 am


The 2010's is the decade of electro music predominately. Ever since around 2008 we had music with autotune and electro pop all throughout the 2010's. We had some variety too though like Sam Smith, Adele, a couple indie bands, and teen pop like Taylor Swift. But this decade is mostly defined by electro music (electro pop, trap Hip-Hop, dance music, other songs with electronic components and autotune).


That's a very large generalization. I understand where you're coming from, but 2008 wasn't the beginning of present day trends. 2008 music actually has a lot more in common with a year like 2004 or even 2003 then a year like 2011. Also, "autotune and electropop" is totally false. It was around in the very beginning part of the decade, but hasn't seen much ground since. Electropop has been a fairly insignificant genre since 2012, although it hasn't completely went away. Electronic components in music, sure, but not defining it solely by the synths. I've seen music become more diverse since 2013 began.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/12/16 at 9:23 am


That's a very large generalization. I understand where you're coming from, but 2008 wasn't the beginning of present day trends. 2008 music actually has a lot more in common with a year like 2004 or even 2003 then a year like 2011. Also, "autotune and electropop" is totally false. It was around in the very beginning part of the decade, but hasn't seen much ground since. Electropop has been a fairly insignificant genre since 2012, although it hasn't completely went away. Electronic components in music, sure, but not defining it solely by the synths. I've seen music become more diverse since 2013 began.


Well, late 2008 had Lady Gaga, which set in the electropop era. Although, 2008 was just a typical '00s year, even if started some early 2010s trends.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/12/16 at 11:33 am


That's a very large generalization. I understand where you're coming from, but 2008 wasn't the beginning of present day trends. 2008 music actually has a lot more in common with a year like 2004 or even 2003 then a year like 2011. Also, "autotune and electropop" is totally false. It was around in the very beginning part of the decade, but hasn't seen much ground since. Electropop has been a fairly insignificant genre since 2012, although it hasn't completely went away. Electronic components in music, sure, but not defining it solely by the synths. I've seen music become more diverse since 2013 began.

The second half of 2008's music have way more in common with the 2010's than 2004. That late 00's were the cultural start of the 10's. Also electropop was huge in the 2010's. Electropop is not totally dead today, it is still around. So far that's what the 2010's are mostly known for musically. That's the main defining genre if I had to pick one and trap rap. This will likely change around 2018 and we will see a new musical genre popular.

The point is if someone went to a 10's party in the future, what music will they play? Most likely electro autotuned dance pop. That's what people will remember the most. Not Taylor Swift or Adele. They will also play and remember Lady Gaga, who in my opinion is a 2010's artist not an 00's artist.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/12/16 at 11:57 am


The second half of 2008's music have way more in common with the 2010's than 2004. That late 00's were the cultural start of the 10's. Also electropop was huge in the 2010's. Electropop is not totally dead today, it is still around. So far that's what the 2010's are mostly known for musically. That's the main defining genre if I had to pick one and trap rap. This will likely change around 2018 and we will see a new musical genre popular.


Throughout the durability of the late 2000s, it barely had any 2010s influences. Sure, the 2008-2009 school year was when things started to change, but not a lot. Keep in mind, a school year starts during either the summer or fall of the year. So that means the culture was around 4 or 5 months through the first half, and the other five in the second half. Early and mid 2008 was basically the majority of what the year represents. What late 2008 represented, was what build up to early and mid 2009.


The point is if someone went to a 10's party in the future, what music will they play? Most likely electro autotuned dance pop. That's what people will remember the most. Not Taylor Swift or Adele. They will also play and remember Lady Gaga, who in my opinion is a 2010's artist not an 00's artist.


Actually, they'll also play songs by Taylor Swift and Adele. Lady Gaga was only popular in late 2008-2012, which is when the electropop era happened. So, I think they'll play a few of her songs, but not that much.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/12/16 at 12:16 pm


Actually, they'll also play songs by Taylor Swift and Adele. Lady Gaga was only popular in late 2008-2012, which is when the electropop era happened. So, I think they'll play a few of her songs, but not that much.

The late 00's and early 10's so far seem to best describe the 2010's culturally. This is a decade of mainly autotune and electro pop in my opinion and hipster culture. What other culture would you use to describe the decade? I can't think of anything else. Not a lot has changed culturally since the early 2010's. With the exception of technology.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: mqg96 on 03/12/16 at 12:36 pm


The late 00's and early 10's so far seem to best describe the 2010's culturally. This is a decade of mainly autotune and electro pop in my opinion and hipster culture. What other culture would you use to describe the decade? I can't think of anything else. Not a lot has changed culturally since the early 2010's. With the exception of technology.


A lot of my favorite pop cultural stuff that are still relevant in this decade debuted in the late 2000's or early 2010's, like the Marvel Cinematic Universe or The Walking Dead. My favorite fashion styles of this decade from an urban standpoint were popular my freshman year of high school (2010-11), but it still doesn't change the fact that the most definitive 2010's years pop culturally have been 2013-present.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/12/16 at 12:43 pm


The late 00's and early 10's so far seem to best describe the 2010's culturally. This is a decade of mainly autotune and electro pop in my opinion and hipster culture. What other culture would you use to describe the decade? I can't think of anything else. Not a lot has changed culturally since the early 2010's. With the exception of technology.


The mid 2010s were more definitive in this decade than the early 2010s. Even though we've been stuck with tablets and smartphones being popular since the early 2010s, that's the only thing which is similar to the mid 2010s. Pop culture wise, we've been dealing with trap hip-hop and chiptune music since late 2013 hit the scene. As with movies, you have Disney making their own CGI-animated movies without Pixar (except Inside Out) since the release of Tangled, although it was getting more popular with Frozen. Along with Star Wars making a big reappearance since the prequels. We're gonna have two more sequels released in the late 2010s, and it sounds more definitive than what the early 2010s had for movies. Ask anybody what is the definitive 2010s years for movies, and they'll most likely say 2013 and 2014.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: #Infinity on 03/12/16 at 12:49 pm

This is how I'd rank the 2010s in music:

2010 > 2011 > 2013 > 2014 > 2012 > 2015

Ask anybody what is the definitive 2010s years for movies, and they'll most likely say 2013 and 2014.


Don't forget 2015. The Force Awakens, Jurassic World, Age of Ultron, Inside Out, The Martian, etc. are too big to ignore. 2016 will probably also be a really significant year for movies, thanks to Captain America: Civil War, Batman vs. Superman, Suicide Squad, X-Men: Apocalypse, and huge hits already released like Zootopia and Deadpool.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: mqg96 on 03/12/16 at 12:59 pm


Don't forget 2015. The Force Awakens, Jurassic World, Age of Ultron, Inside Out, The Martian, etc. are too big to ignore. 2016 will probably also be a really significant year for movies, thanks to Captain America: Civil War, Batman vs. Superman, Suicide Squad, X-Men: Apocalypse, and huge hits already released like Zootopia and Deadpool.


The mainstream movies for this decade since 2012 have been killing the core 2000's.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: mqg96 on 03/12/16 at 1:04 pm


2010 > 2011 > 2013 > 2014 > 2012 > 2015


What's wrong with 2015 music?

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/12/16 at 1:07 pm


What's wrong with 2015 music?


I think she doesn't like 2015 in general, so that's why she put it at last.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: mqg96 on 03/12/16 at 1:12 pm


I think she doesn't like 2015 in general, so that's why she put it at last.


Oh yeah I know I've seen her posts before. I didn't like 2015 because of how tough college has been for me, the political and lifestyle, especially with all the riots, cases, shootings, and the gay/confederate flag controversies going on, but the movies and TV shows have still been good though. My personal life hasn't been the best either. However, I wouldn't say 2015 was the worst year of the decade (that goes to a huge chunk of 2013 for me), but it certainly wasn't my favorite though. I'd take 2011, 2012 and 2014 any day over 2015. 2016 has been a lot better for me so far.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/12/16 at 1:20 pm


Oh yeah I know I've seen her posts before. I didn't like 2015 because of how tough college has been for me, the political and lifestyle, especially with all the riots, cases, shootings, and the gay/confederate flag controversies going on, but the movies and TV shows have still been good though. My personal life hasn't been the best either. However, I wouldn't say 2015 was the worst year of the decade (that goes to a huge chunk of 2013 for me), but it certainly wasn't my favorite though. I'd take 2011, 2012 and 2014 any day over 2015. 2016 has been a lot better for me so far.


2015 isn't as bad as 2012 and early-mid 2013 to me, personal life wise. I'll take 2011, 2014, and 2015 any day over those years.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/12/16 at 1:21 pm


2015 isn't as bad as 2012 and early-mid 2013 to me, personal life wise. I'll take 2011, 2014, and 2015 any day over those years.

I would take 2013, 2014 and 2015 over 2011 and 2012 any day.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: #Infinity on 03/12/16 at 1:27 pm


I think she doesn't like 2015 in general, so that's why she put it at last.


Yeah, I hated 2015 aside from the movies and Back to the Future Day. My personal life was awful that year, due to all the women I tried to date but never got anything going with, but I still had a relatively good personal life in 2005-2006 despite how marginal pop culture was that year. I really like Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit, The Magic Whip, and To Pimp a Butterfly, but on an overall level, 2015 was a very subpar year for music.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: 2001 on 03/12/16 at 3:50 pm


This is how I'd rank the 2010s in music:

2010 > 2011 > 2013 > 2014 > 2012 > 2015


I generally agree with this, though I hold 2014 and 2012 with higher esteem on the whole. 2016 is also shaping up to be rather bland, in terms of music.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/12/16 at 4:52 pm


I generally agree with this, though I hold 2014 and 2012 with higher esteem on the whole. 2016 is also shaping up to be rather bland, in terms of music.

Let's hope it improves in the summer. So far it seems even worse than 2015 though.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: TheKid99 on 03/12/16 at 7:19 pm

2013 >> 2015 > 2012 > 2011 > 2010 >>> 2014

I think this decades music has been pretty good. 2014 IMO was a low point. I absolutely hated the songs that summer (with a few notable exceptions like Not a Bad Thing or Ain't It Fun, etc) even though I loved my life during that time. 2013 while it was the worst year of my life had some great, innovative and awesome songs I still listen to. 2015 was a weird case. I really didn't listen to pop music until around September of 2015 due to my thinking that pop music was the same as 2014 but once I heard what was out I was absolutely surprised. The music was great, much different from 2014s crap and I was happy about it. 2012 had some catchy songs that I loved. 2011 was alright like 2010. I was one of the few people that liked 2012 & 2013 better than 2011 & 2010. Don't get me wrong I loved the electro pop era but I have much more of a connection with 2013&2012.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/12/16 at 8:24 pm

2013>2010>2011>2014>2015>2012.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: ArcticFox on 03/12/16 at 11:04 pm


I generally agree with this, though I hold 2014 and 2012 with higher esteem on the whole. 2016 is also shaping up to be rather bland, in terms of music.


It's only March, the year just started. 2013 was pretty uninteresting at this point, but became a lot better as the spring rolled on.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: aja675 on 03/16/16 at 5:18 am


Well, late 2008 had Lady Gaga, which set in the electropop era. Although, 2008 was just a typical '00s year, even if started some early 2010s trends.

From what I remember, most people in 2008 were still listening to '00s-style hip hop and Stargate-produced R&B ballads. (Remember them?)

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/16/16 at 5:57 am


From what I remember, most people in 2008 were still listening to '00s-style hip hop and Stargate-produced R&B ballads. (Remember them?)


I can get that most people listen to that, but I'm talking about late 2008. Lady Gaga was really popular by the end of the year, and everybody kept talking about Poker Face on the Internet.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 03/16/16 at 9:01 am


The second half of 2008's music have way more in common with the 2010's than 2004. That late 00's were the cultural start of the 10's. Also electropop was huge in the 2010's. Electropop is not totally dead today, it is still around. So far that's what the 2010's are mostly known for musically. That's the main defining genre if I had to pick one and trap rap. This will likely change around 2018 and we will see a new musical genre popular.

The point is if someone went to a 10's party in the future, what music will they play? Most likely electro autotuned dance pop. That's what people will remember the most. Not Taylor Swift or Adele. They will also play and remember Lady Gaga, who in my opinion is a 2010's artist not an 00's artist.


Even Taylor Swift is kind of electronic now.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 03/16/16 at 9:12 am

About 2015: A lot of good, a lot of bad.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/16/16 at 11:47 am


Even Taylor Swift is kind of electronic now.

Yeah that is true. I actually think everything is going electronic and it will never die. The future of music has to be something electronic as technology progresses. Unless of course there is a big backlash and everyone wants to return to the good old days.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: bchris02 on 03/16/16 at 3:14 pm

The decade started strong with 2010-2012 being some of the best years for music in decades.  Then things went to garbage, with 2013 and 2014 were the worst years for music in my lifetime, and I have lived through some pretty bad music years (1998, 2006).  2015 and 2016 thus far have been an improvement.  Though still not as great as 2008-2012, I would say today's music stacks up pretty nicely against the mid 2000s.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: bchris02 on 03/16/16 at 3:17 pm


Yeah that is true. I actually think everything is going electronic and it will never die. The future of music has to be something electronic as technology progresses. Unless of course there is a big backlash and everyone wants to return to the good old days.


I wouldn't necessarily say that.  Electronic music had a burst of popularity in the mid 1990s but then was very out of style through most of the 2000s (with the exception of the occasional eurodance crossover hit like DJ Sammy - Heaven).  Then, in 2008 electronic music came back into prominence.  I think the current wave of electrpop/EDM is past peak as we seem to be returning to more organic sounds, at least in hip-hop, r&b, and rock music.  Pop is still holding on to the EDM/teen pop sound for the time being, but it is less prominent than it was a couple of years ago.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/16/16 at 6:57 pm


I wouldn't necessarily say that.  Electronic music had a burst of popularity in the mid 1990s but then was very out of style through most of the 2000s (with the exception of the occasional eurodance crossover hit like DJ Sammy - Heaven).  Then, in 2008 electronic music came back into prominence.  I think the current wave of electrpop/EDM is past peak as we seem to be returning to more organic sounds, at least in hip-hop, r&b, and rock music.  Pop is still holding on to the EDM/teen pop sound for the time being, but it is less prominent than it was a couple of years ago.

The future of music is gonna be all robotic vocaloid and electronic. That just seems inevitable now. Vocaloids are already being mass produced and experimented on in Japan so it can be brought into the mainstream market in future years. It definitely isn't going away. The only thing that will change is the style of electro music, so it won't be upbeat like now and there will be other styles incorporated into electronic music. My prediction is past genres will get recycled and incorporated into electronic music. So like Electro-Swing, Electro-Jazz, etc. I really can't see a future of music that will be different than that unless everything gets recycled or there is something that is even more advanced than electronic music.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: musicguy93 on 03/16/16 at 9:31 pm


The future of music is gonna be all robotic vocaloid and electronic. That just seems inevitable now. Vocaloids are already being mass produced and experimented on in Japan so it can be brought into the mainstream market in future years. It definitely isn't going away. The only thing that will change is the style of electro music, so it won't be upbeat like now and there will be other styles incorporated into electronic music. My prediction is past genres will get recycled and incorporated into electronic music. So like Electro-Swing, Electro-Jazz, etc. I really can't see a future of music that will be different than that unless everything gets recycled or there is something that is even more advanced than electronic music.


Well, we'll just have to wait and see. I really hope your prediction doesn't come true. Even if it does, there will always be the underground, where organic music will thrive.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: musicguy93 on 03/16/16 at 9:32 pm


I wouldn't necessarily say that.  Electronic music had a burst of popularity in the mid 1990s but then was very out of style through most of the 2000s (with the exception of the occasional eurodance crossover hit like DJ Sammy - Heaven).  Then, in 2008 electronic music came back into prominence.  I think the current wave of electrpop/EDM is past peak as we seem to be returning to more organic sounds, at least in hip-hop, r&b, and rock music.  Pop is still holding on to the EDM/teen pop sound for the time being, but it is less prominent than it was a couple of years ago.


Good point.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Toon on 03/17/16 at 4:17 am

Electro house, El
The future of music is gonna be all robotic vocaloid and electronic. That just seems inevitable now. Vocaloids are already being mass produced and experimented on in Japan so it can be brought into the mainstream market in future years. It definitely isn't going away. The only thing that will change is the style of electro music, so it won't be upbeat like now and there will be other styles incorporated into electronic music. My prediction is past genres will get recycled and incorporated into electronic music. So like Electro-Swing, Electro-Jazz, etc. I really can't see a future of music that will be different than that unless everything gets recycled or there is something that is even more advanced than electronic music.


Surprised to see someone other than myself mention Electro Swing/Jazz. My predictions is of two things. Music will get recycled and made using different styles whether it's unique, new, or old styles. And we may also see new music genres coming out (whether it's an electronic genre or not is beyond me). OR we may go beyond electronic as you've stated. There will always be something new offered with music and I find it hard to believe that things will stay the same or have little change for decades.


I wouldn't necessarily say that.  Electronic music had a burst of popularity in the mid 1990s but then was very out of style through most of the 2000s (with the exception of the occasional eurodance crossover hit like DJ Sammy - Heaven).  Then, in 2008 electronic music came back into prominence.  I think the current wave of electrpop/EDM is past peak as we seem to be returning to more organic sounds, at least in hip-hop, r&b, and rock music.  Pop is still holding on to the EDM/teen pop sound for the time being, but it is less prominent than it was a couple of years ago.


Curious if that will happen again where electronic music will sort of go out of style again as it may be one of them in-and-out kind of trends. As of now a lot of music in the 2010s is electronic. But maybe by the time we reach the 2020s electronic music may sort of fade off as organic music becomes more popular again for a while (well up until the point where electronic music comes back).

I'm a fan of electronic music like Electro Swing/Jazz and EDM genres like Trance, House, and Techno. But I even I wouldn't want for there to only be electronic music. I do fancy the sound of organic music every now and then.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: bchris02 on 03/17/16 at 1:07 pm


I can get that most people listen to that, but I'm talking about late 2008. Lady Gaga was really popular by the end of the year, and everybody kept talking about Poker Face on the Internet.


Lady Gaga had a bigger impact in 2009 than 2008 in my opinion.  2010 was her peak year.  Before September of 2008, few had even heard of her.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: cool123 on 03/26/16 at 4:18 pm

the greatness of early 2010s music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gqh4e1S6j0

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: 2001 on 03/26/16 at 4:25 pm


the greatness of early 2010s music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gqh4e1S6j0


The MV got disturbing after the ghost people showed up and he started cutting that orange.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: cool123 on 03/26/16 at 4:30 pm


The MV got disturbing after the ghost people showed up and he started cutting that orange.


But did you like the music?

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/26/16 at 5:45 pm

We still have electronic music now, it just isn't fast, dance autotuned music like it was earlier in the decade. Now it is more trance and deep house and a little slower and more enjoyable to listen to in my opinion. Here is the billboard hot 100 from this week. I notice even more of this type of music getting popular now.
For example #26, #23, #19, #17, and #11.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ipkbAaGz4Y

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: 2001 on 03/26/16 at 6:48 pm


But did you like the music?


Yeah it was good.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: cool123 on 03/26/16 at 11:21 pm

Blastin another song from Toro y Moi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4J6bFDvvwY

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/28/16 at 8:45 pm

Even though I liked the music from all the decades, here's how I would rank how good the music is from the last five decades:

2010's>1990's>2000's>1970's>1980's

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/28/16 at 8:52 pm


Even though I liked the music from all the decades, here's how I would rank how good the music is from the last five decades:

2010's>1990's>2000's>1970's>1980's


1980s > 2000s > 1990s > 1970s > 2010s

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: musicguy93 on 03/28/16 at 9:14 pm


Even though I liked the music from all the decades, here's how I would rank how good the music is from the last five decades:

2010's>1990's>2000's>1970's>1980's


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Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/28/16 at 9:18 pm


https://memecrunch.com/meme/2ZYJJ/patrick-boo/image.png?w=480&c=1


How about this:

1990s>2010s>2000s>1970s>1980s

I just switched the first two decades.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: musicguy93 on 03/28/16 at 9:23 pm


How about this:

1990s>2010s>2000s>1970s>1980s

I just switched the first two decades.


Acceptable, though not a full A+, more like a C-  ;)

I'm just messing with you, dude. If you enjoy 2010s music, more power to you.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/28/16 at 9:34 pm


Acceptable, though not a full A+, more like a C-  ;)

I'm just messing with you, dude. If you enjoy 2010s music, more power to you.


I actually liked both the 90s and the 10s music equally.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Slim95 on 03/28/16 at 11:29 pm

Why do people like 2010's music so much?  ;D It's horrible. It's even worse than 2000s music which was also horrible.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/28/16 at 11:31 pm

My list:

1980s > 1990s = 2000/2001/2002 = 1970s >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Real 00s = 2010s (so far)


Why do people like 2010's music so much?  ;D It's horrible. It's even worse than 2000s music which was also horrible.


I agree. 2010s music is just as awful as music from the real 2000s.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/29/16 at 9:49 am


My list:

1980s > 1990s = 2000/2001/2002 = 1970s >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Real 00s = 2010s

I agree. 2010s music is just as awful and music from the real 2000s.


So this means 20 years of bad music for you.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/29/16 at 9:59 am

Updated:

1990's=2010's>2000's=1970's>1980's

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/29/16 at 4:05 pm


So this means 20 years of bad music for you.


No, I like the 90's and early 00's but my favorite era of music is the 80's. What it does mean is 12 years of bad music.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/29/16 at 4:15 pm


No, I like the 90's and early 00's but my favorite era of music is the 80's. What it does mean is 12 years of bad music.


The 20 years I was talking about includes some future years from the late 2010's and the early 2020's.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/29/16 at 4:29 pm


The 20 years I was talking about includes some future years from the late 2010's and the early 2020's.


Oh. Well, I don't know what the late 10's and early 20's will hold for music so I can't say if it's good or not. I should of said "2010's (so far)"

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/29/16 at 8:06 pm


Oh. Well, I don't know what the late 10's and early 20's will hold for music so I can't say if it's good or not. I should of said "2010's (so far)"


I just assumed that, based on your current trends, you probably not going to like the new music forever, as long as you live.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/29/16 at 8:13 pm


I just assumed that, based on your current trends, you probably not going to like the new music forever, as long as you live.


I dunno, maybe? The future is unknown but if I'm no longer into the current trends then I guess that's just my age talking.

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Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Toon on 03/30/16 at 8:01 pm


Why do people like 2010's music so much?  ;D It's horrible. It's even worse than 2000s music which was also horrible.


Well everyone has their own opinion and taste in music, mate. Whether some can accept that or not.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: muppethammer26 on 03/30/16 at 8:45 pm


Well everyone has their own opinion and taste in music, mate. Whether some can accept that or not.


There are some 2010's songs that I like and there are some songs from the 2010's that I can't stand at all, but anyway, most of the music in this decade are decent.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: musicguy93 on 03/30/16 at 11:26 pm


Well everyone has their own opinion and taste in music, mate. Whether some can accept that or not.


I can accept people's taste in 2010s music. But I can't accept the music itself. If that makes sense.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Toon on 03/31/16 at 2:27 am


I can accept people's taste in 2010s music. But I can't accept the music itself. If that makes sense.


Makes sense to me. You're basically saying that while you don't like 2010's music, but you do respect the opinion/taste of the people who do. That is understanding and respectful at the same time.


There are some 2010's songs that I like and there are some songs from the 2010's that I can't stand at all, but anyway, most of the music in this decade are decent.


2010's is an good decade for music to me. Now I myself don't care for 2010's music, but it's not due to me thinking the music is bad. I mainly just lack interest in the 2010's music. I do love the 2010's EDM and Jazz music, though.    8) In the 2010's I find myself mostly listening to more underground or obscure tracks than the popular/mainstream music (but I do find a few 2010's mainstream tracks that I enjoy).

One of my favorite songs of the 2010s. And I love almost all the other that's within the same genre.
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Although I'd understand if people aren't interested into this kind of jazzy music.

Subject: Re: 2010s music

Written By: Redhairkid on 04/03/16 at 12:34 pm

There are some songs from the 2010s that I like but mostly the music is crap. I don't even bother listening and lost interest in the charts in the mid 1990s. It all sounds the same, boring dance/electro rubbish and talentless pop princesses, teen idols and boy bands. 

But I respect the right of others to like it.

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