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there is a huge trend with people singing not through their mouth and lips , but through their nose.
and its driving me nuts.

they are on tv , the radio on the youtube

no vocal quality what so ever,


Like Bob Dylan??? Do they keep they mouth closed while singing like a ventriloquist?
 
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The Pretenders. Can't stand that chick




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Any Rap or Hip Hop.
Any so called Modern Country.
Want to see the most stupid example of Rap? Watch that "Drop the Mic" show!
Question for Rap or Hip enthusiasts:
Will there be a Mick Jagger or Paul McCartney of those genres in years to come? How does that type of "music" stand the test of time?
Any upcoming greatest hits albums?
Picture Eminem performing in his late 60s!


There are now classic hip-hop stations, so I guess it’s still going strong.

Obviously I should ride around blasting my Rush collection.


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So many I rarely listen to the radio. Wink



In regards to the "classic hip hop", sort of... it saddens me there aren't any "oldies stations', at least not what I want to here. Always an odd bird, I started listening to the oldies stations in high school, listening to music from the 50's and early 60's. That's what I want to hear on an oldies stations. But "oldies stations" around here play 70's and 80's... or 70's, 80's 90's! Some not even the 70's! Eek


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Prince, I can't stand his music and even worse is the fact that they go on and on for what seems like 10 minutes.


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Guns and Roses
Led Zep
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Pink Floyd
Aerosmith

I dont like listening to them on radio because its the.same songs over and over again.
Radio never plays different songs from the same group. Always the.same five songs.



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U2
Rush
Springsteen


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The SSOB, Springsteen.
 
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Chicago... and anything that lead singer has done in his solo career.


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This is why I seldom listen to 'radio' any more. I either listen to Rush Limbaugh, or plug in my iPod. That way, I control the music that I listen to, and I'm not at the mercy of some DJ somewhere that has no idea what good music is.

On those rare occasions where I can't use my own source (driving wife's car, for example), I immediately change for the following:

Most Beatles music (though I can tolerate 'Revolution' the one time I hear it in a decade).

That crappy "If I had a million dollars" song. Stupid thing gets in my brain and won't leave.

Any overly-repetitious song, that just repeats the same phrase over and over and OVER again (see above). Another offender is "The things you do for love." The song is only 3 minutes long, yet 2 minutes of the song is this stupid phrase repeated over and over again.

I despise rap 'music,' but I never listen to any station that might play it, so it's a VERY rare event for me to have to suffer through even a part of it.

Michael Jackson music. He was a talented singer, but it seems the preponderance of evidence indicates he was a pedophile, so I will never willingly listen to his music any more.

Wagner. I love good classical music, but I just found out that he was very anti-Semitic. I will never willingly listen to his music again.

There are more. Music is my kryptonite. I will leave a store and tell my wife "I loved/hated that music!," and she will say "What music?"



Oh, and not all commercials are bad, but I LOATHE those commercials that repeat a phone number 4 BLOODY TIMES. Like, I'm eagerly sitting there with pen and paper pleading to hear the stupid number again so I can immediately call them. I really don't know *why* it bothers me; it just does.



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Any of the Bro Country or Tractor Rap acts.
Florida Georgia Line is one example.

I listen to real country, which means stuff that comes from Texas and Oklahoma for the most part.




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Any modern country goat roping rap and Alinis Morsette (spelling). I know, not a band but, she has one in the background. Can’t stand that Whiney grating voice...
 
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There are several but the one that comes to mind first is Aerosmith. They got old for me way back in the late 70's and should have stopped a long time ago.



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Rap. Any of it.

Bruce S.

Madonna

The guy who sings hollywood nights - forget his name...


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Rod Stewart. Can't stand his screeching wail.
 
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Rap. Any of it.

Bruce S.

Madonna

The guy who sings hollywood nights - forget his name...


bob segar? Get out.

Not a fan of country, or rap that doesnt have a good beat. But the one who I can't stand, so much so that Pandora doesnt think they existed in the 90's for me, is guns and roses. Can not stand axel rose.


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Commercials mostly... then Hispanic Stations, because I have no idea what the heck they are saying....

In fact lately I've turned the radio off more often than changing based on the inability to find a station without commercials playing from some nitwit Car dealer



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Rush. Geddy Lee's voice bothers me to an unreasonable degree. ...
Same. I'm going to add Guns n Roses, Pearljam, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains and Steely Dan to my list.
 
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Any Paul McCartney post Beatles

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Stevie Wonder and his band, don’t like anything he’s ever done.

You are not to be trusted. Get help as soon as you can.


Agreed. The GOAT!



He possess great skills.
 
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