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29.
shit.

it is not good.
tom (off of myspace): "hey i fuckin hate that damm country music its shit"
by pleblo March 01, 2008
 
30.
Whether the majority of the mentally incapacitated people who have already posted a definition want to accept it or not, country is the foundation of basically every single other form of music. If somebody tells you to stop listening to country and start listening to rock instead, just remember it was country musicians who invented rock.

Not all country songs feature annoying twangy vocals, fiddles, steel guitars, redneck-y themes, or any other retarded stereotype of the genre. Not all of it's fans are white trash, conservative, over-patriotic, mid western, Bush supporters.

Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, Alan Jackson, and Clint Black, believe or not, are NOT the only acts in country and it is extremely ignorant to base your opinion of an entire music style on just four people (well, them and any of their commercially spawned craptastic wannabe sell-out clones just trying to cash in an their success in the industry).

There are MANY wonderful and talented country artists out there, they just are sometimes hard to find. Because once in a while you will actually see somebody appear in the country scene who is genuine and fresh, but when they start getting a lot of attention.... in come the clones who start producing a sad and VERY annoying barrage of shit music that clogs television and radio up so much it's almost impossible to sift through it all to find the real GOOD country music. People buy it because it's what is 'in' at the time, feeding the overrated hype even more. Eventually people wise up and get bored of all of the terrible music, another new craze comes out... the cycle continues... and the good music is sadly nowhere to be found =( And unfortunately most record labels only care about how much it sells and not about how innovative, original, and influential it is.

Which is the only reason I have started to give up on country music; slipshod imitations of the already hard to find creativity. Not because of lame and often incorrect conventional images of what people think country actually is like the rest of you dipshits.
99% of "country" you hear on the radio is a poor representation of real Country Music.
by PsYcHoTiCaLlYinducedSpinalTap April 12, 2007
 
31.
a.) Real music that you can actually understand, performed by artists who can actually sing and play instruments (not just shout obscenities and sometimes-rhyming slang backed by a drum machine or fragments of somebody else's record played off turntables). Music that condones patriotism and traditional American/family values instead of drive-by shootings, murders, drug usage, racism (i.e. hatred of white people) and general lawlessness.
This type of music is usually enjoyed by proud, honest, hard-working people who have chosen not to be a drain on society by living on welfare and/or spending most of their adult life in prison. You'll never see it on MTV because it's not trendy, thuggish or amoral (like everything else on MTV). Generally not enjoyed by baggy-clothed, backwards ballcap wearing, bling wearing fashion slave "sheeple" posers who feel an irrepressible need to try to impress everybody by acting and talking like something they're not.

b.) The kind of music you'd like your kids to listen to, as opposed to "Yo, yo, I got crunked up on chronic and a fo'ty and did a drive-by 187 on the PO-lice, then c-walked back to the criznizzle and slapped mah beee-yatch."
Typical country music:

"My daddy served in the Army, he lost his right eye - but he flew a flag out in our yard until the day that he died. He wanted my brother, my mother, my sister and me to grow up and live happy in the land of the free."

"And I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free....and I won't forget the men who died to save that right for me. And I'd gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today - for there ain't no doubt I love this land.....God Bless the U.S.A."
by Redneck & Proud June 15, 2006
 
32.
In one word: Painful.
1. As my grandmother turned on her country-music radio station, my ears started to bleed.

2. "If the Devil Danced in Empty Pockets, He'd have a ball in mine."
by Jade November 13, 2004
 
33.
The Best music in the history of forevor!!!

Is the only type of music that does not include screaming, talking(i don't know how people think rap is MUSIC) or nething unbearable. Has lyrics about things that REALLY matter!!!! And every person sounds different where in rapping every1 sounds the same cuz there just talking!!(kan't buhleave people get PAID to talk while music is being played!!)
Sammy: Country music roxx!!!!
JoJo: YA! Let's go listen to some Taylor Swift!!
by cowluvr April 01, 2007
 
34.
Music that only Southern rednecks, Appalachian hillbillies, and a few farmers could love. The instruments, the lyrics, and especially the vocals are awful and ear-shattering.
If you love listening to god-awful, Southern, countrified droning, along with twanging guitars and occasional banjos, then this crappy music is 4 you. But if you're like me and everyone else, then I suggest you get away from it unless you desire to become one of those people or have your head explode.
So many damn rednecks are always getting riled up at these KUNT-tree concerts.....or they love to blare it on the radio while doing that retarded Muddin'
by Ryan August 13, 2004
 
35.
A terrible genre of music.

Typically enjoyed by white conservatives of the south or midwest.

To be a male country musician today you must:

* Wear a cowboy outfit
* Have a southern accent (whether it be fake or not)
* Be from Texas (whether you actually are or not)
* Love Bush
* Enjoy Nascar
* Unite with fellow hicks
* Ect.

Yee Haw.
country music
Billy- "Do all country 'musicians' suck?"
Me- "Besides Johnny Cash, yes."
by ;klajd;jka February 18, 2006