Agh.Music trends always change, sometimes drastically within a few years, and not always for the better. Baby boomers got to experience the birth of rock 'n' roll, with classic greats like Elvis Presley hip-shakin' to "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock." The Beatles started the British Invasion in the '60s, followed quickly by the Rolling Stones and the Who, all of which had awesome hits we now hear on the oldies station. Who could mistake the iconic riff of Purple Haze as belonging to anyone other than Jimi Hendrix? The '70s and '80s gave us great music from bands like Fleetwood Mac and musicians like David Bowie.
Well, how times have changed.
Now, we have what's basically overproduced garbage spewing from the FM dial and Spotify. New Top 40 songs by people like Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey immediately hit number one on the charts and the masses flock to Youtube to gape over Nicki Minaj's latest video. I still can't understand why LMFAO was EVER a thing. Would you believe Maroon 5 has sold more records than the Stones sold singles? Does just hearing that make you want to hurl? Well, read on for that and more infuriating but true facts about music! Get Started