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    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    By the time your coming age... The 90s was happening music wasn't the main thing in youth culture. It was sub culture at this point. Other things mattered more, like gaming. Anyone who's coming age were the 60s or 70s or even the 80s would remember when music was just "it" for us. We had...
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    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    I feel like most music genres had it's "heyday" between the 1950s-1980s. Like if you want the absolute pinnacle of rock music, 60s - mid 70s is your best friend for this, if you want the golden era of soul music 60s - 70s, golden era of pop, metal the 1980s, golden era of jazz the 50s and 60s...
  3. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    When artists and bands could sing, when they knew how to write songs without needing 10 people needing to help them, playing instruments, no lip syncing on stage, no sampling
  4. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    You might as well face it fellas. Real music is gone. We have YouTube to relive the glorious 60s, 70s and 80s "golden era" (as Prince once said). It all went downhill after the 1980s.
  5. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    Sounds something similar to what George Michael said lol. I remember when George said music between the mid 90s - mid 00s "rubbish."
  6. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    That's how I feel about 90s and 00s music. Both terrible eras as far as I'm concerned and pop culture of those 2 eras were dire
  7. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    Fragmented so music isn't the main cultural force it once was between the 50s-80s, is just a part of it. It isn't the main thing now and it hasn't been for like 30 years. Is gonna take a lot more to create intentional stars. Why can't society produce artist like back in the day? The rise of the...
  8. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    Nah, is dead. There hasn't been an iconic star since the 80s. Everything is too fragmented
  9. M

    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    I think it's because record companies were just playing it too safe with artists back then. Prior to the 90s there were plenty of weirdos but they didn't give a shit and made amazing music.
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    When did mainstream music start to go downhill?

    I'd say around the 1990s (1992 to be exact) When do you all feel it started to go downhill?
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