What happened to rock n' roll?

Discussion in 'Music' started by rocknrolljunkie, May 28, 2004.

  1. CalJam

    CalJam Member

    I don't think Rock N Roll went away it just got sucked up by the corporate record companies and radio stations. I do not feed into the radio play list of the forgotten rock bands, I think the music that is worthy is the independent bands that won't try and just sell out to be the next Britney or MTV clone. The independent radio stations such as colleges showcase some very good music and bands that have depth and heart. You can turn on your local rock stations and hear the same songs from either one, MTV I feel is not even what it was created for anymore and all you see is Rap and reality shows. Just my opinion? Peace In Music, CalJam..
     
  2. sassure

    sassure Member

    Perhaps rock can evolve further, but finding the new stuff can be trying. Radio station monopolies and shrinking playlists don't help, either.
     
  3. MichaelByrd1967

    MichaelByrd1967 Garcia Wannabe

    First of all, isn't Jet also a ripoff from McCartney? Wasn't "Jet" his most famous song? :p

    And do you wanna know what killed Rock and Roll?

    that was a little thing called...

    MTV!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek: :mad: :eek:
     
  4. Snowy

    Snowy Member

  5. InTheFlesh

    InTheFlesh Member

    I agree with you. I can't believe these bands with no style or talent can be so popular. Bands come out with an album, and instantly, people are crazy over them. No more assless leather pants? Wait, they're all wearing crooked baseball caps and studded belts? Gosh, I better run to the nearest Hot Topic! This will all pass sooner or later, music can't stay this crappy forever, can it?
     
  6. nightwanderer

    nightwanderer Member

    if you want some nice mellotron, check some king crimson and early genesis.:cool:
     
  7. MichaelByrd1967

    MichaelByrd1967 Garcia Wannabe

    Or Yes, Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother Suite", & Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" and "The Rain Song"
     
  8. WanderingturnupII

    WanderingturnupII Grouchy Old Fart

    Could be you're just getting old, man.

    "Rock & Roll's been going downhill ever since Buddy Holly died."
    --John Milner, American Graffiti
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  9. nightwanderer

    nightwanderer Member

    yeah but...:rolleyes:

    check them out and youll see what i mean.:p the non-mainstream bands seemed to use their instruments much differently.
     
  10. MichaelByrd1967

    MichaelByrd1967 Garcia Wannabe

    You forget that I'm an avid early Genesis and King Crimson fan. I know what you mean. Mellotron strings a la mode.
     
  11. themalttones

    themalttones Member

  12. keng123

    keng123 Member

  13. spacecadet

    spacecadet Guest

    I blame it on computers. Dance music took over in the late nineties but I couldn't name you a single memorable dance song from the late nineties. Sad state of affairs. But now rock is coming back!
     
  14. butterfly

    butterfly Member

    late nineties? so dance songs from the early nineties don't count?
     
  15. maryjaneguitargurl

    maryjaneguitargurl I am just like you.

    theres other music besides watching trl buddy................u just dont look..............................
     
  16. DharmaBum

    DharmaBum Old Guard

    I Think Mr Young Said it best...

    "Hey hey My my...Rock and Roll Can Never Die"
     

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