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I completely agree with you. There are almost no classics left out there. The classic songs are being hated on by most people, or they are afraid to tell people that they like an old song, because their friends won't be their friends no more. Songs have lost their meaning, sound always too familiar, made by the same people, the same accords, same rhythm etc. Mostly all in languages we don't speak, so we don't know how vulgair they actually are. Songs are always about the seven sins. More and more radio stations are automated, with no DJs. Songs on repeat, weird giveaways, tacky adverts. If you would say you listen to The Beatles, people declare you to be crazy, if you hate Justin Bieber, they declare you crazy. I rather use Spotify, but their modern music adverts annoy me, since I only listen to old music, between 1950s and 1990s. There's also too much advertisements on the radio too. Ratio between music and ads: 20 - 80. A trend that might make radio disappear in a couple of years.