3 definitions by FierceGrape

Top Definition
Including, but not limited to;
Jazz
- Free Jazz
- Avante-Garde Jazz
- Latin Jazz
- Jazz Fusion
Blues
- Boogie Woogie
- R and B
- Funk
Rock
- Pop Rock
- Rock and Roll
- Soft Rock
- Hard Rock
- East Coast Rock
- West Coast Rock
- Progressive Rock
Metal
- Death Metal
- Black Metal
- Power Metal
- Thrash Metal
- Nu Metal
Punk
- Crust Punk
- Pop Punk
- Dance Punk
- Ska
Hardcore
- Grindcore
- Melodicore
- Metalcore
- Mathcore
Hip Hop
- Rap
Pop
Classical
Folk
- Latin Folk
Alternative
Indie
- Indie Folk
- Indie Alternative
- Indie Ambient
- Indie Rock
- Avante-Garde
- Electronica

Music is love. Spread the love.
by FierceGrape July 12, 2006
The same tired old thing repeated endlessly. Where shitty pop music comes and goes, classic rock stays, and decays in the back of our minds forever.
I have nothing against the people who listen to it, nor do I have a problem with the music itself(however stale it may be), but it seems today, everyone who I meet who enjoys classic rock is a pretentious asshole. People like to say that it's so amazing because it's the foundation of today's music. So now we have someone to hold responsible for the shit on our radio's. Oh, and every single station is an oldies station. How about someone grows a backbone and shows the crowd something new and unheard of.
I, personally, am tired of being judged by these conceited pricks, because "my music is not up to par" with theirs. Deep Purple sucks. ACDC blows. If the people who listen to this would stop critiquing today's music long enough to realize that people were saying the same shit about the music they listen to THREE decades ago, maybe they'd stop being so stuck up.
Creation is not creation unless it's never been done before. Without originality, creation is meerly a repeat of what's been done before. This is probably why our generation is void of any distinguishing characteristics, because we thieve off the prior. Classic Rock is the same as Rap in many respects. Both are tired out cookie cutter bullshit none of us will ever outlive.
"I bought a PURPLE vinyl the other day. 'Tis the best album I have purchased to date. Ay, I believe I will act like a prick now, and claim to be better than everyone I know, because I'm a 16 year old 120 pound kid who's arrogance rivals the heat of the sun. Deep Purple and all other classic rock do rock a mighty fine bit."
"I hate you. Prick."
by FierceGrape April 27, 2006
The same tired old thing repeated endlessly. Where shitty pop music comes and goes, classic rock stays, and decays forever.
I have nothing against the people who listen to it, nor do I have a problem with the music itself(however stale it may be), but it seems today, everyone who I meet who enjoys classic rock is a pretentious asshole. People like to say that it's so amazing because it's the foundation of today's music. So now we have someone to hold responsible for the shit on our radio's. Oh, and every single station is an oldy station. How about someone grows a backbone and shows the crowd something new and unheard of.
I, personally, am tired of being judged by these conceited pricks, because "my music is not up to par" with theirs. Deep Purple sucks. ACDC blows. If the people who listen to this would stop critiquing today's music long enough to realize that people were saying the same shit about the music they listen to THREE decades ago, maybe they'd stop being so stuck up.
Creation is not creation unless it's never been done before. Without out originality, creation is meerly a repeat of what's been done before. This is probably why our generation is void of any distinguishing characteristics, because we thieve off the prior. Classic Rock is the same as Rap, and people need to get with the times, wize up a little, see a local show, promote local arts and creation, and maybe, just maybe, we can add a little colour to this bland world of ours.
"My Classic Rock vinyls are far superior to an mp3."
"Is that mold?"
"Why yes, but it only adds value to my mint "Welcome to My Nightmare" Album by Alice Cooper. It's limited print you know."
by FierceGrape March 17, 2006

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