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Thread: Does getting older change your music taste?

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    As I get older, when going out to venues with loud music, my patience for midrange driven music has waned but my love of bassy music stays strong.
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    Of course we do change, but dont you think the music evolve enought to always offer a sound who fit with you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hygro View Post
    my patience for midrange driven music has waned but my love of bassy music stays strong.
    In other words; you're All About That Bass.
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    One of the greatest DJ,I ever heard in my life,was in his late 70's,he had a great playlist,and was overall seriously eclectic,yet danceable to all,who listened...When I was 14 yrs old of age,I listened to Disco,R&B,and Rock music of the day (Zeppelin,Stones etc,etc).music was about finding or losing love....Today,there a 14 yrs old girl,in my house,. and she listens to(Trap)Hip Hop,where it about screwing each other over,sucking D*ck,you get my point,defined as just "Ratchet"...yeah,my taste has change,and can't wait until I'm in my 70's!

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