What are you listening to 20 years from now?

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Martian872
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w34vnz_LEX4

I know sounds facetious, and yeah there's already a thread about what you are listening to right now, but what do you think you will be listening to in 20 years?

Incidentally I am 44 going on 12 though mentally, and if I was asked the question what I would be listening to 20 years later, I would of said some sort of Heavy Metal stuff. As it turns out despite my hardcore metal roots I am listening to Howard Jones.
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The same stuff I'm listening to now, probably. Genre-wise, at least. Probably would've expanded the amount of bands I listen to, but I do that anyway.
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I doubt it, I thought I would spend my life listening to Heavy Metal being a real metal head, but a few years later I am listening to blues, Jazz and just about anything..The Beatles, The Who.

I draw the line at pop crap generally but:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRGrNDV2mKc

Although you can't lose your roots entirely: Korn: Freak on a Leash..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mbBbFH9fAg

Ans Soundgarten breing me back to proper music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOFeaedv3Uc

The Hold Steady was the last band I saw, so I can still hold my head u[ amongst fellow metal heads, .although technically they are just rock not heavy metal. .

One of the best concerts I have ever seen, btw. And I've seen Black Sabbath play live.
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A lot of older people tend to listen to the music they were listening to 20 years ago because humans love a bit of nostalgia, generally. Some older peoples taste in music also adapts with the times, while others don't like most new music and generally stick with what they know.
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That is of course right, but it's not entirely true, if it were completely true for example we'd all be listening to 19th century classical music, chastising our parents for not listening to c. As it is generally we tend not to just go back 20 years, as musical influences are powerful. I know I am stretching the point, but I think we listen to x. Music does evolve like anything else although that said, whatever weird mutation spawned Jedwood needs to be expunged.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lyu1KKwC74

I suppose if I were to sum it up I'd say life and music is a bitter sweet symphony.



Anyhoo Ima go up the windy stair to bedfordshire, I've been up since 6am, and I need my beayty sleep. :P
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i am gonna be listening to bts even though they have disbanded
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Britpop, 90s cheese, 60s and stuff I grew up with from the mid-late 2000s
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If I'm being real probably the exact same music as I listen to now
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Can only tell you iit was Pink Floyd, Oasis, The Beatles and still do to this day and if I’m lucky for the next 20 years.
Everyone’s taste differs but most people would agree Queen, David Bowie, Eminem, & Beyonce also have lifelong standing. ❤️
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90's, 00's and 10's music.
Especially Shania twain and mcfly.
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Hopefully Frank Ocean's 4th Studio Album (if it ever releases)
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I largely listen to the same sorts of music now that I did 20 years ago, just more of it. So I'd expect that, with slight variations if new stuff catches my ear (increasingly difficult - my exposure to music is massive and I have a large collection spanning a large amount of genres)
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Definitely Rod "The Mod" Stewart and The Walrus of Love himself, Barry White
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