"real" music


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  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:19
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What would you call "real" music.
How is it defined?
And how can someone say what is "real" music or not.
I posted a video. And one of my friends basically said this isn't "real" music in his opinion. Granted everyone is entitled to there opinion.
This is the video Click I know its not everyone's type of music. But thats all that needs to be said. Not just "Its not real music imo"
This is what he posted
when he said this is real music.
Just saying. I listen to all types of music just about. (i'm far from hearing all different types of music) Im just saying from what i've heard.
You dont have to watch the videos. They're rather unimportant to the question.
Which is how can define real music?
I'm expecting trolls.
And people with different point of views obviously.
Also expecting no one at all too.
  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:27
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There isn't really a definition for "real" music. Music is music by "real" I think people mean that they don't like it or find it to their liking.

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  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:30
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Big_Joker wrote:
There isn't really a definition for "real" music. Music is music by "real" I think people mean that they don't like it or find it to their liking.
And I agree.
  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:31
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He's defining "real" by the lyricism, but its 2 different genres of music. I have this argument with my friends all the time of voice (r&b usually) vs lyrics (hip-hop usually)

They are just two different types of music that cant be compared, but are both great.

But yeah my guess is by your friends definition of "real" is lyricism, but music is music, there is no real or fake.
  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:34
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Real music is any thing that is labeled as music, really.

To every fan base of an artist there is a group that is on the opposite end of the spectrum.

Honestly, any music fan saying anything isn't real music isn't a " real fan "

^ That statement is my personal opinion. Personal opinions are what drive music debates in all honesty, and all forms of art and media.

I'm not too fond of the band in your first link and I wasn't that fond of your second link either, but I like both genres that they are in, well, if you consider Alesana metal, lol.
  Posted on April 3, 2014 07:37
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NARUTOwins17 wrote:
He's defining "real" by the lyricism, but its 2 different genres of music. I have this argument with my friends all the time of voice (r&b usually) vs lyrics (hip-hop usually)

They are just two different types of music that cant be compared, but are both great.

But yeah my guess is by your friends definition of "real" is lyricism, but music is music, there is no real or fake.
Well it is kinda hard to compare two different genres. But that wasnt the intention.
it was more so useless information.

If it WERE the lyrics I'd understand if it were someone like brokencyde, or blood on the dance floor only two i can think of that lyrics dont really have in significance besides being funny (sometimes), but stupid.

Coon wrote:
Real music is any thing that is labeled as music, really.

To every fan base of an artist there is a group that is on the opposite end of the spectrum.

Honestly, any music fan saying anything isn't real music isn't a " real fan "

^ That statement is my personal opinion. Personal opinions are what drive music debates in all honesty, and all forms of art and media.

I'm not too fond of the band in your first link and I wasn't that fond of your second link either, but I like both genres that they are in, well, if you consider Alesana metal, lol.
People say post hardcore.
Theyre new album suggests rock n roll. (they said something about it promise)
Its hard keeping up with sub genres people make up
I just love alesana adhgafdkjga.
  Posted on April 4, 2014 14:02
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If it creates an effect, it's music, or can be considered as such.
The sounds created from a simple knock on the wall, which occurs every second, can be considered music. It all depends on the person and how they view/hear the world around them, just like any other form of art; 'tis all a matter of opinion. Nobody can classify something as non-art. The beauty is in the eye of the beholder, or in this case, ears, lol.
  Posted on April 4, 2014 14:15
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I don't feel like getting in depth with anything, a couple people have put down some pretty solid statements toward the thread.

"real" music to me: led zeppelin, jimi hendrix, and joy division
bullshit music: justin bieber, selena gomez, and chanel westcoast (if she's really a rapper)
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