Alternative music review essentials and Mellennial’s
Millennials are expected to be the fastest growing population of all generation
What is alternative music, rock, new wave, and, funk too. I was there for Breakdancing and Rape music, but this is not my gig.
It seem so hard to adapt and now i understand why some teachers distance away from us when we spoke about our music. Parent, bosses, and many more were not so upbeat with it, but inside the closet camout the Hippy them. Long Hair bikes pot and long lasting weekends at concerts everywhere. Poor, homeless, hungry, and uneducated the era of our predecessors. What matter the most is that we were all happy with what we have of music at our terms and time. To compare an era of music to another is like potato to an apple, one can say so much about the Beatles, but little can shout about Alternative music from RocknRoll. The Rolling Stone until today continue to preach the important values of their music extended to generations to come. True, because one hardly can find anything about the Hippy’s, and no one seem to remember anything about their pot heads days. It was almost in every movie produced in my era around the eighties and early nineties. Cher and what his name Sonny were the front runners in every way they could relating their Hippy differences to their kids generation, until he crashed and that was the end. Was he hippy then, who know about Cher must just moved on with New Wave, Alternative and Millennial’s. The best is compare music to music of the same generation. To me the best were The Beatles before my time, i like Pat Benatar, and Miami Sound Machine. Today no one would recognize who they are from the Millennials.
In comparing music to music there are man factors to consider and it is depend on who is analysing for what crowd viewers and listeners. Some are ranking the music for the purpose of the frequency of listeners who seek the song before the artist or the group. others are analysing the group of listeners or viewers who geared to the music only and the artist or the group have no loyalty in their minds is already preset.
Below are some of critical points for choosing one music artist a top another:
The most important factor in compiling and ranking music list is artistic importance, with cultural significance also considered. Only one song per artist is selected, and only songs that were released during the ‘80s are included. There are omissions that some might find surprising. The Ramones, for example, released almost all of their most important work in the ‘70s, as did Wire and Television. Early MTV staples like “Pop Music”, “Cars” and “Video Killed the Radio Star” were all released in the ‘70s. The Clash’s London Calling, one of the genre’s most important albums, came out in December 1979, just missing eligibility.
Likewise is Depeche Mode’s Violator, which hit stores in March 1990 (although the single “Personal Jesus” did come out in 1989, and was therefore eligible for consideration). Although the term “singles” is used in the title, it’s used lightly. As long as the song is a key album track or represents a major song in the artist’s repertoire, it need not have had a physical single release. There were nearly 400 songs on the initial list of potential candidates for inclusion, and narrowing that to 100 involved cuts that were heartbreaking. Many great songs are not included, but what we are left with is 100 of the best and most important songs of the decade covering a vast expanse of stylistic territory. At the very least, even if you pay no consideration to the rankings, it’s a great starting point for exploring some of the amazingly diverse and powerful music from the ‘80s that still holds up today.
MILLENNIALS’S VS ALTERNATIVE, GENERATION X, BABY BOOMERS TOO……………………………………………………………………………..
“Millennial” was born in 1981. The Center continues to assess demographic, attitudinal and other evidence on habits and culture that will help to establish when the youngest Millennial was born or even when a new generation begins. To distill the implications of the census numbers for generational heft, this analysis assumes that the youngest Millennial was born in 1997.
Here’s a look at some generational projections:
- With immigration adding more numbers to its group than any other, the Millennial population is projected to peak in 2036 at 81.1 million. Thereafter the oldest Millennial will be at least 56 years of age and mortality is projected to outweigh net immigration. By 2050 there will be a projected 79.2 million Millennials.