I listen to the radio sometimes in the car. Today I heard an "old" Pearl Jam song come on, I'm a Perl Jam fan, and I wondered whats the deal with new music. I haven't heard anything new from them in a while, but there was a time where I would get every album they came out with. Metallica same thing, old stuff really great, newer stuff not so much. I listen to a ton of classic rock also. That music is timeless. I hear some new music and with a few exceptions there doesn't seem to be anything that's even good. On top of that the new stuff that I do hear that's decent, I can think to myself, will this still be good in 20 years? probably not. I mean I liked Kid Rock when he first came on to the scene, but I was quickly bored with the music. Its like that with most new stuff. It doesn't seem to have the same staying power as the older stuff did. I mean I don't know is it the musicians? are they worse? I don't know about that but maybe. Were the 60s and 70 just a magic time in music where lightning struck and there were so many talented musicians working at the same time? I don't know about that either because there are bands that were just as good and memorable since, albeit not as many and not at the same time. I could listen to "old" Pearl Jam, "old" Metallica, Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters etc over and over. I dont know maybe its because I grew up listening to these bands and I haven't with the new ones. Maybe its nostalgia. What do you all think?