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Ah. My apologies.
I admit, I only discovered them a few years ago. But I'm a child of the 80s. I more or less quit paying attention to music about the time rap became a big thing, and stuck to the older stuff. Metallica is probably the "youngest" of my interests.
(That is, if I could go back in time to see one concert, it would be Live Aid '85. First, because Queen put on what has been described as the best live performance ever given. And second, because basically everyone who was anyone - in England and the US - played that concert at either Wembley or JFK Stadium over an eighteen hour period, give or take.)14w
- np - I'm a child of the 50s :)14w
- You're welcome! ;)14w
So you probably have an even dimmer view of much of the current "music" than I do - lol.14w
- music? There current "music"? :) I hear crap ad I hear rap - oops that's redundant. People who can't sing without autotune or the backing tracks so overpowering you can't make out what is being "sung" - sorry I hate what has happened to music. :)14w
You and me both. I look back at people like Freddie Mercury, who's voice was so incredible scientists are literally still studying it now, twenty-five years after his death. (Not to mention being arguably the best frontman ever, despite his nature being quite shy.)
Then I look at the "vocalists" of today - and see how some treat their fans (Bieber spitting on a crowd) - and wonder wtf happened!14w