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KingMonte
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"Want to feel old? Kids don't know 90s music."


  

          

https://youtu.be/T1a4gmuCiqU

I have a 400 year old chip on my shoulder.

  

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"It sounds like something that comes on my mom's Pandora"
Apr 04th 2015
1
:(
Apr 04th 2015
11
hollup, Queen Latifah is playing Bessie Smith in an HBO movie?
Apr 04th 2015
2
I was surprised when I saw that too
Apr 04th 2015
3
I knew the Ace of Base song, but forgot who it was
Apr 04th 2015
4
yeah, One Sweet Day was #1 for almost 4 months straight and none of them...
Apr 04th 2015
5
RE: yeah, One Sweet Day was #1 for almost 4 months straight and none of ...
Apr 05th 2015
24
Sweden FTW!!! Gothenburg!!!
Apr 04th 2015
6
      i loved ace of base
Apr 04th 2015
7
      Interesting
Apr 04th 2015
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           dont know who the rest of these people are.
Apr 04th 2015
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      I know good and damn well you better not be dissing "Final Countdown"
Apr 04th 2015
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      https://youtu.be/5Nvxv2R01po
Apr 04th 2015
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      I always hated that song...
Apr 04th 2015
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      I didn't. I thought Ace of Base sucked.
Apr 04th 2015
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Teens react to 90's internet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0mg9DxvfZ...
Apr 04th 2015
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fuck kids
Apr 04th 2015
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hah did not watch but they really do
Apr 04th 2015
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meanwhile I sat next to a teen on the bus one day recently
Apr 04th 2015
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RE: meanwhile I sat next to a teen on the bus one day recently
Apr 04th 2015
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      fam she had never HEARD of prince
Apr 04th 2015
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           Chubby Checker's sort of the one-hit wonder everyone still talks about
Apr 05th 2015
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A few things....
Apr 04th 2015
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if they aren't familar with 2Pac, R.Kelly, Biggie,Britney,
Apr 05th 2015
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RE: 2Pac, R.Kelly, Biggie,Britney,
Apr 05th 2015
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      all 90's acts dude
Apr 05th 2015
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this is just bad parenting
Apr 05th 2015
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"It sounds like something that comes on my mom's Pandora"
Apr 05th 2015
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yup... you see it in hip hop a lot too
Apr 05th 2015
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You gotta think about how old the parents might be though
Apr 05th 2015
28
my parents didn't play that much old stuff
Apr 05th 2015
30
      Hell, these 35-45 year old parents play way more Coco
Apr 05th 2015
33
I'm 45 and I only knew 2 artists and 1 title
Apr 05th 2015
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the guy who thought Coolio was Notorious BIG... SMH
Apr 05th 2015
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I legit cut the video off after that
Apr 06th 2015
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I remember playing Lil Kim Crush on You in the club
Apr 06th 2015
35
F that chick
Apr 06th 2015
37

SoWhat
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1. ""It sounds like something that comes on my mom's Pandora""
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fuck you.

  

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11. ":( "
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man fuck these little kids lol

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2. "hollup, Queen Latifah is playing Bessie Smith in an HBO movie?"
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youtube showed me this advertisement before the video played.


this gon be gud: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FhmzwXfgz8



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KingMonte
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3. "I was surprised when I saw that too"
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Mostly because there are two full figured Black women in lead roles.
Monique was the bigger surprise to me...and makes me think that whole blackballed news story was publicity motivated.

I have a 400 year old chip on my shoulder.

  

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4. "I knew the Ace of Base song, but forgot who it was"
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I feel like 1-2 other early ones were familiar but I didn't hear any Pop til 97-98.

It is wild how songs can be huge to the point that they're never played again after they fall off. While some, like Poison, stay around for damn ever.

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5. "yeah, One Sweet Day was #1 for almost 4 months straight and none of them..."
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Which goes to show that song is never played anymore. I don't remember hearing it at any time in my adult life.

  

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24. "RE: yeah, One Sweet Day was #1 for almost 4 months straight and none of ..."
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it seems like the songs that stick around have a reason too.
Good party songs get played at weddings, bbq's, etc. One Sweet
Day is a depressing ass song. I bump have it on rotation in
the wife's mix on my ipod. So we still here it during long
drives. Love the song but the lyrics kind of leave it off of
most wedding, bday party, school dance play lists.

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6. "Sweden FTW!!! Gothenburg!!!"
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Seriously, Ace of Base, *SMH*!!! When they came out here originally with the OG version of "Happy Nation" and later "All that she wants" and so on, I thought it was the most clumsy, amateurish bullshit ever. They even clowned them on the swedish grammys by referring to them as "austrian reggae". I couldn't even imagine that these fools-who included a "white power" musician and some fools from one of the gazillion Depeche Mode/Yazoo rip offs that existed locally in the 80's-would top the *US* charts and sell an extra-ordinarily amount of records.

Granted, swedish internationally successful acts after ABBA had a tendency to be horrendous; see:Europe ("the Final Countdown"; their first two albums are straight though), Roxette ("It must have been love", "The look" etc.) not to mention the wackest "Hip-hop" act ever (=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WmeD8A-pa4 )

However, Ace of Base were just *supremely* euro-cheese wack, I just couldn't believe it...

Serious question:was any of you actually jamming Ace of Base? Like, you thought that was *cool*/good/whatever? In sweden, only people with no interest in music or country cornballs dug that shit...

  

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7. "i loved ace of base"
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shit this post has me listening to them right now

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http://perspectivesudans.blogspot.com/
i myself would never want to be god,or even like god.Because god got all these human beings on this planet and i most certainly would not want to be responsible for them, or even have the disgrace that i made them.

  

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8. "Interesting"
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You didn't have an issue with the lo-fi "Casio-reggae" vibe of their productions? That the Berggren sisters sang with the passion and soul of someone reading a food-menu on some 90's phone-service? That their grasp of the english language was on some 5th grader shit (seriously, "All that she wants is another baby"? The "baby" here refers to another boyfriend). That one of the dudes was a nazi (allegedly reformed but still...)?

Then again, I heard that Dr Alban became a huge star in many african countries with his nigerian-via-swedish euro-cheese ragga so I guess I was just too snobby...

EDIT:If you can find something redeeming in Midi, Maxi&Efti (another "WOAT" tune:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYO9gqdUXXI ) though, I'd accuse you of "swedophilia"!!!

  

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9. "dont know who the rest of these people are."
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and i dont know anything about the group per se
i did like the sign and happy nation (didnt know they had other albums)
and yes, even all that she wants is another baby she's gone tomorrow.

the only other swedes im partial to are neenah and eagle eye cherry

>Then again, I heard that Dr Alban became a huge star in many
>african countries with his nigerian-via-swedish euro-cheese
>ragga so I guess I was just too snobby...

who?

and ya, im pretty aware of swedish xenophobia

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i myself would never want to be god,or even like god.Because god got all these human beings on this planet and i most certainly would not want to be responsible for them, or even have the disgrace that i made them.

  

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13. "I know good and damn well you better not be dissing "Final Countdown""
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That shit is wicked awesome

R.I.P. Loud But Wrong Guy
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14. "https://youtu.be/5Nvxv2R01po"
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https://youtu.be/5Nvxv2R01po

  

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16. "I always hated that song..."
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I wasw a serious metalhead as a kid and the very idea that a song perceived as "metal"-or even hardrock-was driven by a fucking *syntheseizer*-riff while the guitars are barely nowhere to be found outside of the solo was repulsive to me and I still hate it.

Of course, if viewed more as an 80's pop-tune, i guess it fares better but how could I possibly view it as that? When it comes to Europe, this is more my speed even if Joey's FAR too "clean-scrubbed" vocals prevent it from being genuinely good:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVl8qX23K-M

Also, Europe's last two albums have been surprisingly good with lots of Thin Lizzy, Rainbow, (70's) Whitesnake and Deep Purple-overtones; not something I've ever buy due to sounding too slick and "old fart" but far better than their successful 80's shit... Seems like they got back to their roots while forgetting the bullshit

They were better than Bon Jovi though in terms of fake-heavy; that band were marginally more "metal" than Bryan Adams, journey or Foreigner and yet were perceived as such, shit pissed me off to no ends. Say what you want about Mötley Cure, Twisted Sister etc. but they at least put the big, dumb riffs front-and-center in their music... Those were reasonably "credible" acts for that reason-Europe, Bon Jovi and late period Def Leppard were not...

  

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20. "I didn't. I thought Ace of Base sucked."
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I never understood how the tripe they were peddling made any noise back in the day.



Since 1976

  

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10. "Teens react to 90's internet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0mg9DxvfZ..."
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Sat Apr-04-15 06:17 PM by Amritsar

  

          

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0mg9DxvfZE

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12. "fuck kids"
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15. "hah did not watch but they really do"
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know certain music...

love tribe and de la

and de lite because if target commericals

remember nirvana from rock band they
played on the first ds

plus they can google, do not need liner notes
or the a listening booth at virgin megastores

  

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17. "meanwhile I sat next to a teen on the bus one day recently"
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and he was blasting NE Heartbreak in his headphones on his way to school


I do remember around 2000ish meeting an 18 year old named Jane. i mentioned EPMD and she had no idea what in the fuck I was talking about

Also In the last year or 2 I was talking to a youngin (prolly bout 18-20) who didn't know who PRINCE was yo. PRINCE!!!!

  

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18. "RE: meanwhile I sat next to a teen on the bus one day recently"
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>and he was blasting NE Heartbreak in his headphones on his
>way to school

blame Nvincible1 lol

>
>
>I do remember around 2000ish meeting an 18 year old named
>Jane. i mentioned EPMD and she had no idea what in the fuck I
>was talking about

This isn't surprising though: if this 18 yr old wasn't a hip-hop head, she could have lived her whole life and never heard of MPMD or Erick Sermon.

>
>Also In the last year or 2 I was talking to a youngin (prolly
>bout 18-20) who didn't know who PRINCE was yo. PRINCE!!!!

I don't expect the average 20 year old to know who Prince was anymore than I expect the average 30 yr old to know who Sly Stone is. If they're a music person - and a music person who actually goes back to older stuff - and don't know who Prince/Sly is, _then_ there's an issue.

  

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19. "fam she had never HEARD of prince"
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I mean, I heard of Chubby Checker. I don't know shit about him but I have HEARD of him. I was shocked and appalled LOL

  

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29. "Chubby Checker's sort of the one-hit wonder everyone still talks about"
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I didn't know who Bob Dylan was for a long time, but always knew of Chubby Checker.

Dylan would be a better comparison to Prince. Or maybe Billy Preston.

  

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21. "A few things...."
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When you say kids...what age are you talkin about? Cause I work with some 20 year old dudes at my job and when 90's....and 80's music (r&b) for that matter comes on the radio them niggas know it



Some kids may not know 90's music but they fo sho know Michael Jackson's stuff. Which is a testament to how dope his music was.

  

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22. "if they aren't familar with 2Pac, R.Kelly, Biggie,Britney,"
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Nirvana, that is interesting.

now the big 90's question is do they know who Garth Brooks is?

thats a interesting elephant in the room

mistermaxxx R.Kelly, Michael Jackson,Stevie wonder,Rick James,Marvin Gaye,El Debarge, Barry WHite Lionel RIchie,Isleys EWF,Lady T.,Kid creole and coconuts,the crusaders,kc sunshine band,bee gees,jW,sd,NE,JB

Miami Heat, New York Yankees,buffalo bills

  

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27. "RE: 2Pac, R.Kelly, Biggie,Britney,"
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dude one of these things is not like the other

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34. "all 90's acts dude"
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that was the reason of those names.

mistermaxxx R.Kelly, Michael Jackson,Stevie wonder,Rick James,Marvin Gaye,El Debarge, Barry WHite Lionel RIchie,Isleys EWF,Lady T.,Kid creole and coconuts,the crusaders,kc sunshine band,bee gees,jW,sd,NE,JB

Miami Heat, New York Yankees,buffalo bills

  

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23. "this is just bad parenting"
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If you aren't putting your kids on to music from your youth you are doing it wrong. There wasn't a Saturday or Sunday morning where my mom didn't have her vinyl out. Had us cleaning the house to Kool & the Gang, Vicente, The Ojays, etc.

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25. ""It sounds like something that comes on my mom's Pandora""
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fuck you.

  

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26. "yup... you see it in hip hop a lot too"
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cats who are fan of rap but couldn't tell you shit about the jazz or funk that inspired their favorite genre


lol

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28. "You gotta think about how old the parents might be though"
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I assume most parents of kids born 95-99 are anywhere from 40-55, so some of those older parents may not have been into 90's music as much. And then, they are asking about different genres. Half the Black folks I know who are 25-35 couldn't name the White/Pop/Rock songs they mentioned...maybe they recognize the song, but couldn't tell you it's Green Day or Chumbawumba.

AND.....all the 70's artists you mentioned are >>>>>>>> Green Day, Chumbawumba, Coolio, Ace of Base. Hell, I listen to way more 70's than anything they showed in this video lol

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30. "my parents didn't play that much old stuff"
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they were also younger, though.

They listened to what we did, to a point.

  

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33. "Hell, these 35-45 year old parents play way more Coco"
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than Biggie/Pac/Tribe. Especially the ones I gotta DJ for, SMH.

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31. "I'm 45 and I only knew 2 artists and 1 title"
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They will tell you that they need you but they've got an ulterior motive - Personal gain

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32. "the guy who thought Coolio was Notorious BIG... SMH"
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36. "I legit cut the video off after that"
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35. "I remember playing Lil Kim Crush on You in the club "
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& a chick saying WTF is this....

That's when I knew I was old

  

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37. "F that chick"
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I have a 400 year old chip on my shoulder.

  

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