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wollffeey:

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lyrafay:

How music changed from 2000-2013. 

holy shit its my whole life in song

All this really does is confirm to me that I really don’t like pop music. 

I don’t dislike all of it, there are some gems that I kinda dig, but by and large this stinks of manufactured music.  There’s so much of the same trends, same ideas, same chord progressions, just a bunch of samey-samey stuff designed to fit neatly into a box to sell to a demographic.  Music as product instead of art. 

Hey, say what you want, but many (most) of these songs represent very specific times in my life. I’m a little sad some of my favorite pop songs from the last decade weren’t on the list, but I get major nostalgia hearing this music. Like, high school band trips, graduating high school, starting college, my first job, meeting my future husband, getting my bachelors at FSU, moving to Tampa, getting my masters, working in my first job related to my career. At this point in time, though, I stopped listening to most pop music since NPR is a better option for me when driving long distances to my job sites, but I can’t hate the music that defined the first few stages of my adult life, no matter how manufactured, bland, and repetitive it all is.

Say whatever you like about Lady Gaga, but one thing you can’t say about her is that she produces the same, manufactured, bland and repetitive songs. Say what you will about Katty Perry’s singing ability but her songs have some of the catchiest beats that make me dance, and I would say on the whole, in the past four years of pop music, the bad has gotten worse, but, BUT, the good has gotten better. That said I to mostly listen to non-pop music these days, which I wish wasn’t the case because the money and potential is there. However, I wouldn’t write off an entire genre of music. Even the genre’s I don’t like, like country, can still occasionally produce a song I love.

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  • can be picked up
  • perfect spooning
  • good at hiding
  • can ride mini ponies
  • low ceilings/doorways not a problem

cons of being short

  • pants are too long
  • not an arm rest
  • cannot reach
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