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Disagree. Two examples: Years ago when Napster hit the scene many were up in arms over the idea of free music. Of course, free music had already been available for years via Usenet, but the popular press only mentioned Napster, which was subsequently brought to trial. Yet even today boatloads of free music is still readily available on Usenet. To be continued ...

UNITED STATES / FEB 6, 2016 3:52 PM EST

in response to: Is mcdonald so overrated in usa?
Theres half an album there. Just need music now.

UNITED STATES / JAN 25, 2016 6:23 PM EST

in response to: Bent Shafts new album Bust My Flange, an album of oversampled hi-speed mixed and mashed love ballades is now on itunes.
Not for a kitten :) I guess if it's an old rescued cat from the shelter then giving it a new name like that is great! Yes! But what if that's why it was put in the shelter in the first place. (Twilite zone music kicks in here).

UNITED STATES / JAN 18, 2016 1:32 PM EST

in response to: Is Old Scratch a good name for a cat?
Free music? Are you nuts? Are you saying you would deprive these artists of the money they so justly deserve for their time and effort in creating these relevant homilies set to music? You should be ashamed of yourself and shot. HMPH! (by the way, I use usenet and then copy it over)

UNITED STATES / JAN 15, 2016 8:46 AM EST

in response to: Are there any free apps for iPhones that allow you to download free music and listen to it offline?
To how the pleasure of not having to listen to your neighbors' crappy taste in music.

UNITED STATES / JAN 12, 2016 5:15 PM EST

in response to: Remind me again why I chose to have a 500 foot long driveway. Argh.
Hated his music. Guess I'm the only one.

UNITED STATES / JAN 11, 2016 11:01 AM EST

in response to: David Bowie is dead.
People who like the rubbish churned out by the multi conglomirates don't even enjoy music. The sadly following a trend. Find what you like and tell them to grow up.

UNITED STATES / JAN 10, 2016 5:34 PM EST

in response to: Why do people react like I'm some kind of weirdo when I tell them that I mainly listen to "Indie-Music". I'm not one of those hipsters, I genuinely enjoy that music and I'm not bragging or anything, I don't even talk about it unless I'm being asked. Why are people like that ?
Indipendant music is always a breath of fresh air amongst the targets having to be met on the main streem production line that big corprate companies in the music "industry" create.

UNITED STATES / JAN 10, 2016 5:25 PM EST

in response to: Why do people react like I'm some kind of weirdo when I tell them that I mainly listen to "Indie-Music". I'm not one of those hipsters, I genuinely enjoy that music and I'm not bragging or anything, I don't even talk about it unless I'm being asked. Why are people like that ?
You're not a weirdo. Everyone has different tastes when it comes to music. Some ppl are just rude and can't respect that.

UNITED STATES / JAN 10, 2016 4:29 PM EST

in response to: Why do people react like I'm some kind of weirdo when I tell them that I mainly listen to "Indie-Music". I'm not one of those hipsters, I genuinely enjoy that music and I'm not bragging or anything, I don't even talk about it unless I'm being asked. Why are people like that ?
Maybe its because indie music has become more distant. Its not heard of nor as popular as it was say in the 90s.

UNITED STATES / JAN 10, 2016 4:29 PM EST

in response to: Why do people react like I'm some kind of weirdo when I tell them that I mainly listen to "Indie-Music". I'm not one of those hipsters, I genuinely enjoy that music and I'm not bragging or anything, I don't even talk about it unless I'm being asked. Why are people like that ?
Is Vaporwave one of those "indie music" genres that you listen to? Because if it is, then I can see why people think you are a weirdo.

UNITED STATES / JAN 10, 2016 4:09 PM EST

in response to: Why do people react like I'm some kind of weirdo when I tell them that I mainly listen to "Indie-Music". I'm not one of those hipsters, I genuinely enjoy that music and I'm not bragging or anything, I don't even talk about it unless I'm being asked. Why are people like that ?
I can't wait till it comes! Gonna put my music on it and walk around listening to tunes. Last phone I had was a 16 gigabyte but I got the 64 this time cause the last time, there wasn't enough room for everything. Yay! The rose gold is so purdy! .... another of soh's brilliant posts about having everything better than anyone else.

UNITED STATES / JAN 2, 2016 11:52 AM EST

in response to: Oooooh, yodels! 😝
"would play Spyro and Crash Bandicoot all day. I miss when life used to be so simple. the moments in my life when I could just enjoy myself, and for me, this music temporarily brings me back to those days" "nostalgia for something I have yet to experience" A cantonese fm channel always played these weather and news intros no voice - similar to vapourwave.. sounded awesome.

UNITED STATES / JAN 1, 2016 6:08 AM EST

in response to: Was vaporwave the genre of music for 2015?
I never had much friends growing up. But I learnt do do things I love to cheer me up. She sounds like a good friend so don't lose her but join clubs, get involved in music/sports/academics/anythings, meet more friends and do things that cheer you up when she isn't available :)

UNITED STATES / DEC 28, 2015 11:57 PM EST

in response to: I have only one friend. My life is basically spent with her. My friend is all I have left but she is the opposite, although we are in similar situations because we both have hardly any friends, she still has some friends, she has a big family who go on many outings together, she plays guitar, sings and I always spend time with her but whenever I am feeling down and need her to cheer me up she is just unavailable. . What do I do?
Ocapella is not a one person song per say yet a combination of singers singing at different octaves along with a few others who are making the 'music' songs with their voices. (There isn't any other music with ocapella.)

UNITED STATES / DEC 28, 2015 8:33 AM EST

in response to: How do you sing acapella?
Doesn't Weird Al use accordions in his music?

UNITED STATES / DEC 18, 2015 7:11 PM EST

in response to: I feel like accordions are poised to make a big comeback in popular music.
I haven't a clue as to his armory. The rural areas are very nice. Lived there at one point. Will do so again at another point in time. I usually put on my classical music and drown him out. However, today I just wanted to enjoy the sound of silence.

UNITED STATES / DEC 18, 2015 4:00 PM EST

in response to: Should I tell my neighbor that his taste in music really reeks of poor quality?
music = the phonograph

UNITED STATES / DEC 17, 2015 9:32 PM EST

in response to: Whats the gift that keeps on giving?
Each type of music serves its purpose. Classical is best listened to while sitting. Jazzier tunes are good for exercising.

UNITED STATES / DEC 16, 2015 5:55 AM EST

in response to: If they can't take you at your worst, they don't deserve your best.
Jonerz / I AM GONNA LOVE THIS ALBUM DAVID!! The tone of your voice is soooooo rich like bttuer! GAH!! You just keep getting better and better! How is that possible?? I am so excited to hear the rest of it! Thank you David for providing this wonderful musical gift and making it fun to be your fan even while you are away. Thousands of miles may separate us but you will always be near in our hearts

UNITED STATES / DEC 7, 2015 1:51 AM EST

in response to: What is the meaning of life?
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