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Old 03.13.2007, 08:12 PM   #6
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Hip-Hop? Rap in general? No, certain rappers - and especially their supporters - are "ruining the music taste of youngsters". As a "Music fan" you should know this.
touche to my generalization of hip-hop, to which there is some good stuff out there. but i think you still got my point. my phrases you put quotes around are in answer to the original post in this thread.

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You hear no Punk, Proto-, No-Wave, New Wave, etc.

you don't hear this on really any station except college stations on a car radio, but i think nowadays there are a lot more options on xm radio than regular radio. if one person prefers a punk/no-wave station to a classic rock station, you can't blame it on the station. the exposure to such music really exists only in the context of a car radio.

classic rock stations are what they are. nobody's on here dogging the stations that play "the oldies," songs of the '50s and '60s, and i suspect nobody on here listens to that. because it sounds dated to young people. obviously classic rock still has some appeal or young people wouldn't listen to it. i much prefer it to any rock of the '90s but that's my taste.
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