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Quote by Wiegenlied
I think 4 minutes is the ideal length for a song, at least if its verse/chorus structured. The ones the succeed are your epics like bohemian rhapsody or any pink floyd song, but even then they have a few that drag. Very few artist can pull off long songs and less are attempting it. I think the further we go into the future the shorter radio hits will become.

Nah man, you got it all wrong. The best length for a song is having it no shorter than 7 1/2 minutes. Gotta let it develop
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Quote by MeTallIcA313
Oh god you're right! I guess I should stop listening to this Canadian pop station then.

just making a point bro

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I really doubt this will become a trend. Ssargentslayer already mentioned they didn't go through with it, so the station must of gotten shit for the idea.

reading comprehension 101:

also, if you don't think that this could've been a sign of something awful culturally, as well as a precedent for the changing rights of creative property, you're dumb

thank you class dismissed

i have another lesson on how people change opinions if you want to stop by

Quote by MeTallIcA313

there about as pop as metal gets, so you're sort of shitting on yourself. think about how many rock stations play them on a regular basis.

but tbh i said it just because
Last edited by Dregen at Sep 3, 2014,
I read your post wrong, my bad. I still don't care either way about this topic.

Also I don't hate music for being popular, it's just that most top 40 music is made to be catchy and repetitive to make money. Metallica is just a metal band that gained a lot of popularity over the years.

And give me a break, I was 15 when I made this account. I don't even listen to Metallica as much as I used to.
Last edited by MeTallIcA313 at Sep 3, 2014,
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