Lol... Well, I guess it is true, tho, that the music we listened to when we were really little is something special for us... Thats why Britneys first album will always have a place in my stomach...er... heart. [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by ronhartsell from Friday, March 13, 2009 8:06:06 AM)
You're right, that was lame of me to put it that way...back then, it was AM radio and the Beatles aere all over it...I guess if it's popular, I don't like it...I'd feel like I liked it just because everyone else does...that's why I LOVE METAL!!!!!
Lol... What can I say? I was born in 89. The "music of my time" is lame as hell.
Dated, outdated... I dont care. Music is what I care about. And I like bothe the Beatles and the Stones, and a whole lot of other bands that started out before I was even an idea.
To be fair, they were before my time, I was born in '66, so their music was a tad 'dated', not much, but enough...and no way did their style get ahold of me like Thin Lizzy or Deep Purple. But I should point out that I am being hypcacritical, as I do like the Doors and the Animals and some Motown, and by the same 'logic' (?) I should not like them because the are 'dated' as well...I just never got into their 'groove' let's say...
Well, Georgie wasnt all bad. He had a good song or two... Johnny was the king! It could be worse tho... You could have liked Paul.
Sorry dude, don't like the Beatles...there are only a few songs that I can listen to (guitar gently weeps, helter skelter)...I like a lot of their solo work, especially George Harrison...but as a band, hey jude and yellow submarine killed it for me many years back...
I love them too. I vahe "A bigger bang" album, and I love it, even more than their early stuff.
Ok, I heard this theory that people who like Stones dont like Beatles. IDK, I like both bands. Anyone else?