An opinion only those too shallow of the mind or who lack any understanding of what can be considered art hold that belief.Heavy metal is more than noise, and metal musicians are talented in their own right.
He said that heavy metal is MORE than noise. And said that metal musicians are talented. Maybe read it again.An opinion only those too shallow of the mind or who lack any understanding of what can be considered art hold that belief.
It's fine to not like it, but only idiots say they aren't talented.
I guess she's easily marketable.Yeah I've never understood the Taylor Swift thing. She is the only long-running pop star who has never appealed to me or produced a respectable banger. Virtually every other maligned figure has done this at some point, but I don't give a crap about any of her output. Her success puzzles me.
2009-10 was certainly a dip in chart singles, when that crappy club thing was totally dominant. 2012 was also putrid, and 2019 has been very weak as well.
Lyndsey Buckingham: Hold my beer!It's because (guitarist here) he finger-picks the strings, which is really really rare for rock guitar. It means totally different right hand movements - because you then use your fingers (individually) to play each string, as opposed to the thumb and the wrist which really dominates when using a pick. It also means that me can switch between strings very, very, very rapidly.
While I love dsotm, I kind of understand some of the criticism. It's a very 'easy to digest' and simple album in spite of the experimentation and subject matter.Dark Side Of The Moon doesn’t do much for me. It’s not that I’m anti-Pink Floyd; I love Wish You Were Here, and The Wall is in my top five albums ever but I don’t exactly go on a trip when I listen to DSOTM and no song besides Money is super memorable to me.
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It’s surprisingly punchy, and the longer songs don’t drag either.While I love dsotm, I kind of understand some of the criticism. It's a very 'easy to digest' and simple album in spite of the experimentation and subject matter.