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21. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting beerman

And YOU want 80s music at your wedding......sheesh......

But... Girls just want to have fun!!!!!!

22. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

But pop music? Maybe it's designed to lull people into a sense of emptiness so they get up and buy stuff to feel better.

Pop music (going by the definition of pop = popular) used to be the music that your parents didn't want you listening to for whatever reason. Now, who cares. Who needs Musak - just turn on the radio... Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz... (insert sleeping emoticon here)

23. Posted by GBouchard (Inactive 18 posts) 8y

Pop music (going by the definition of pop = popular) used to be the music that your parents didn't want you listening to for whatever reason.

Music that would fill our impressionable minds with inapropriate views and cause rebelion. New pop culture has no views or opinions it seems. We should forbid our chidren to listen to pop for the opposite reason. This music may stop thier thinking all together.

24. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting GBouchard

Pop music (going by the definition of pop = popular) used to be the music that your parents didn't want you listening to for whatever reason.

Music that would fill our impressionable minds with inapropriate views and cause rebelion. New pop culture has no views or opinions it seems. We should forbid our chidren to listen to pop for the opposite reason. This music may stop thier thinking all together.

Oh, it's got opinions. Unfortunately, those opinions register about 14 on the IQ scale and involve a lot of pouting at the camera and learning to synchronize dance moves.

Imagine Led Zeppelin trying to do boy-band choreography. Once they split their leaderhosen and Keith Moon was picked up off the floor for the 10th time, they could have checked into rehab and come out a week later to write "Oops, we Rambled on Again."

25. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

Quoting GBouchard

Pop music (going by the definition of pop = popular) used to be the music that your parents didn't want you listening to for whatever reason.

Music that would fill our impressionable minds with inapropriate views and cause rebelion. New pop culture has no views or opinions it seems. We should forbid our chidren to listen to pop for the opposite reason. This music may stop thier thinking all together.

Oh, it's got opinions. Unfortunately, those opinions register about 14 on the IQ scale and involve a lot of pouting at the camera and learning to synchronize dance moves.

Imagine Led Zeppelin trying to do boy-band choreography. Once they split their leaderhosen and Keith Moon was picked up off the floor for the 10th time, they could have checked into rehab and come out a week later to write "Oops, we Rambled on Again."

Keith Moon in Zeppelin

There are still extremes in Music, I think not a lot of parents a very proud if their kids start to listen to Gothic, Noise or Freejazz.

26. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting Herr Bert

Quoting tway

Quoting GBouchard

Pop music (going by the definition of pop = popular) used to be the music that your parents didn't want you listening to for whatever reason.

Music that would fill our impressionable minds with inapropriate views and cause rebelion. New pop culture has no views or opinions it seems. We should forbid our chidren to listen to pop for the opposite reason. This music may stop thier thinking all together.

Oh, it's got opinions. Unfortunately, those opinions register about 14 on the IQ scale and involve a lot of pouting at the camera and learning to synchronize dance moves.

Imagine Led Zeppelin trying to do boy-band choreography. Once they split their leaderhosen and Keith Moon was picked up off the floor for the 10th time, they could have checked into rehab and come out a week later to write "Oops, we Rambled on Again."

Keith Moon in Zeppelin

There are still extremes in Music, I think not a lot of parents a very proud if their kids start to listen to Gothic, Noise or Freejazz.

ahahahahahaha!!! Teach me to write while keeping an eye out for the powers that be.

I meant Charlie Watts, of course.

27. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 8y

This reminds me of Peter Garrett from Midnight Oil.

He made millions from being a rock star protester (and good luck to him for that) singing about saving the evisl of the corporation and his passionate concern for the environment.

He's now the Federal Minister for the Environment but now, for example, supports the building of a pulp mill in Tasmania and apparently has "always supported a world class mill for Tasmania that achieves best practice environmental outcomes and reduces woodchip exports in favour of economically beneficial downstream value adding processing."

A pulp mill in Tasmania. What a sellout wanker.

28. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 8y

Wow, so many people that are really into both music and travel!!! My kind of people!! I am a drummer by the way, and if you want you can hear some of my my bands tunes at myspace, just do a /kidvelkro and it is there. Hope you enjoy it. Not trying to advertise or anything, just thought some of you may like it.

29. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

ahahahahahaha!!! Teach me to write while keeping an eye out for the powers that be.

I meant Charlie Watts, of course.

OK, what did I miss here (I've been known to miss the obvious before....)........wasn't John Bonham in Led Zeppelin????

Now for the image of the day, which no one will be able to get out of their heads.......picture Robert Plant dressed as Madonna in her "missile bra" singing Achy Breaky Heart, backed by Jimmy Page dressed as Justin Timberlake and playing a Gibson double neck ukelele, and John Paul Jones and John Bonham (before he died) dressed like the boys in Menudo!!!!!!!

Go on, try to get THAT image out of your mind!!!!! Parents beware, your children are becoming monochromatic

30. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 8y

Quoting beerman

Quoting tway

ahahahahahaha!!! Teach me to write while keeping an eye out for the powers that be.

I meant Charlie Watts, of course.

OK, what did I miss here (I've been known to miss the obvious before....)........wasn't John Bonham in Led Zeppelin????

Now for the image of the day, which no one will be able to get out of their heads.......picture Robert Plant dressed as Madonna in her "missile bra" singing Achy Breaky Heart, backed by Jimmy Page dressed as Justin Timberlake and playing a Gibson double neck ukelele, and John Paul Jones and John Bonham (before he died) dressed like the boys in Menudo!!!!!!!

Go on, try to get THAT image out of your mind!!!!! Parents beware, your children are becoming monochromatic

I think that can be rivaled by Ozzy Osbourne, singing with NKOTB, while doing the dancesteps.