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Piracy and streaming have ruined music

  1. #21
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood That's dad rock

    TG were pioneers of electronic and experimental music.
    Just because Cosey used a guitar that doesn't make them rock.
    Go listen to DOA The Third and Final Report.
  2. #22
    Originally posted by Narc There being a commercial side to obtaining and owning artwork isn't the same as art 'being' a commodity. Its like saying a home is not a commodity, the house itself is a commodity, but the home you make inside the house is something different.


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    your confusing chickens and eggs. there are arts that got comoditized, and then there are arts that were created solely as commodities.

    all new artists that signed up multi million contracts intended to solely produce commoditized art.
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  3. #23
    Originally posted by Corona-chan You'll find more heart in music made for a living or to share physically than most freebie shit.
    Go look up net labels or independent stuff on bandcamp, it's cheap and soulless acme shit.
    I used to go to some Japanese net labels (they seem to be defunct now) like Bunkai Kei and Maletine Records, the best majority was cheap shit with only a few albums that really stood out.
    The best albums I have listened to were from bands and musicians that made music for physical release.

    people who really make arts for a living are street performers.

  4. #24
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny people who really make arts for a living are street performers.


    Albums are more important than live performances.
  5. #25
    netstat Houston
    Music has never been better. Your problem is that you only listen to mainstream garbage that has always been garbage. Trying looking for something with more depth and better musicianship.
  6. #26
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by netstat Music has never been better. Your problem is that you only listen to mainstream garbage that has always been garbage. Trying looking for something with more depth and better musicianship.

    I have the most patrician taste on this site
  7. #27
    netstat Houston
    Originally posted by Corona-chan I have the most pedestrian taste on this site
  8. #28
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by netstat

    What do you listen to then if shit like Propergol and Contagious Orgasm are "pedestrian".
  9. #29
    netstat Houston
    Originally posted by Corona-chan What do you listen to then if shit like Propergol and Contagious Orgasm are "pedestrian".

    Stuff that isn't pure trash
  10. #30
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by netstat Stuff that isn't pure trash

    So basically mainstream garbage?
  11. #31
    Originally posted by Corona-chan Albums are more important than live performances.

    thats like saying banana peels are more important than bananas.
  12. #32
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny thats like saying banana peels are more important than bananas.

    Albums are the bananna and live shows are peels that are there to draw you to their music.
  13. #33
    Originally posted by Corona-chan Albums are the bananna and live shows are peels that are there to draw you to their music.

    nein,

    nein.
  14. #34
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny nein,

    nein.

    hai

    hai
  15. #35
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by netstat more depth and better musicianship.

    It's funny how you normies think your "pedestrian" rock music is so more in-depth and sophisticated, yet I'll show you something that is actually artistically and emotionally challenging and like the retards you are your brains shut down, you're literally too stupid to appreciate subtly and sound design.

    It's like arguing with a boomer who thinks 1970s prog rock was the pinnacle of music.
  16. #36
    Splam Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by Corona-chan Albums are the bananna and live shows are peels that are there to draw you to their music.

    You're going to the wrong shows then.
  17. #37
    Originally posted by Corona-chan hai

    hai

    albums is just the way music industry try to package shit musics amongst a few listenable musics into a sellable package just like how wallstreet sold toxic subprime mortgages by blending them amongst other securities into sellable financial products and called them mortgaged backed securities.
  18. #38
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny albums is just the way music industry try to package shit musics amongst a few listenable musics into a sellable package just like how wallstreet sold toxic subprime mortgages by blending them amongst other securities into sellable financial products and called them mortgaged backed securities.

    The record industry birthed the album how the military birthed video games, both mediums are independent of the industries that pioneered them.

    Albums are important because it allows you to intimately experience the music exactly how the artist created it.
    Concerts are just special occasion experiences for being able to enjoy the music directly from the artist.
    The ideal situation for hearing music is in a pitch black room, decent sound system and an attentive listen start to finish.
  19. #39
    Corona-chan African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Splam You're going to the wrong shows then.

    Shows are amusement park attractions.
    See ny previous post.
  20. #40
    Narc Space Nigga [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by Corona-chan Piracy and streaming reduces music to a form of disposable entertainment.
    Back when you had to buy an album you cherished what you had more, now days people share and listen to albums like they do youtube links or meme images.
    I stopped pirating recently because I wish to return to how I used to experience music,back in the early to mid 2010s I was a huge piratefag with over a hundred thousand songs, constantly listening to something new and only returning to my absolute favs, what I found was the special feeling of having an album was gone and my overall appreciation for the music was weaning.
    Think of it like this, imagine it's 1999 and someone hands you a vhs they recorded of various music videos, you would cherish that tape and develop a special emotional attachment to those videos, in 2020 a teen with unlimited access to videos via youtube would not be able to experience that.
    Less is more and scarcity makes things more special.

    That's just you growing up you moron.


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