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December 23, 2013

"Why is Pop Music So Sad?"

At last, confirmation of one of my heretofore unverifiable conjectures: today's music is slower and weepier than the music of my youth. 

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David

They weren't called "Happy Days" for nothing!

Ken

For the same reason that the most viewed shows on TV are about a zombie apocalypse and a teacher turned meth crime lord. For the same reason, there are dozens of crime dramas, depicting the most depraved type of people you can imagine.

jim`

LOL, I've noticed that too except I refer to it as wailing and moaning in contrast to your slower and weepier.

Clay

But if you go back further, Frank had an amazing array of sad songs.

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