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#1
And it said how song writers are always wanting to write the next big song and everything. And like back in the day people would write how they felt, But now the song writers are just writing songs that the public wants to hear, wheter they have any feeling related to them or not so they can get more money. Do you think this is true for most pop music now a days?
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#2
Well personally I write songs I want to hear instead of what I think other people want to hear...

In pop music though the opposite is true of course seeing as its all about making money
#3
yeah, its true for mainstream. theres still some bands out there who care but theres just not the passion that used to exist.
#4
Yes I do, but some bands actually feel the way they write like a lot of emoish bands(three days grace, etc...). I don't really like that music though.

EDIT: i spelled write right lol
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#6
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Yes I do, but some bands actually feel the way they right like a lot of emoish bands(three days grace, etc...). I don't really like that music though.

i didnt understand a single word you posted
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#7
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Yes I do, but some bands actually feel the way they right like a lot of emoish bands(three days grace, etc...). I don't really like that music though.


Three Days Grace is emo
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#10
in pop music, yes
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#12
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Apparently so



I meant their shit is depressing and I don't know why the hell I typed the message that retarded.
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#13
The way I look at it, you write for the crowd. Others may not look at it that way, but it's how I feel.
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#15
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I meant their shit is depressing and I don't know why the hell I typed the message that retarded.


Well just about every band writes with some emotion.
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#16
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#17
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Well just about every band writes with some emotion.



True, but like none of their music is happy. It's all the same emotion, sadness/depression. That is what i meant. I actually like the band and they used to be my favorite when I was depressed so that's where I am coming from.
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