why was music better in the past?

does everyone have **** for brains now?

2 Answers

  • 6 months ago

    The saying "that which is worthwhile is difficult" is often credited to Socrates, but variants can be found across cultures simply because it is a statement of universal truth.

    In the context of your question, as music has become easier for the unskilled to produce via technology, the overall quality of music has become diluted.  Similarly, as methods of distribution have also greatly expanded via technology the very notion of "quality" has become more of a personal-based standard than a community-based one.

  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    You answered your own question. Anything less than 500-years old - with rare exceptions - is pretty much brain-dead drivel. Hey Jude. na-nananananana-na. Hey Jude. That makes Steve Miller sound like a rocket surgeon.

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