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Dec 23, 2012 2:37AM
None of this stuff is worthy of my ears at all, mainstream music is garbage and it's time we stop giving fame to awful wannabe musicians and start giving attention to the ones that actually work their asses off to make actual music but yet get no attention. 
Dec 23, 2012 10:20AM
Okay I listened to all these albums.  Everything here is junk, made to fill people with no concept of good music.  Where are the Sam Cookes, the Frank Sinatras, the Dave Brubecks, Harry Chapins, Nancy Wilsons.  These are the voices along with countless others that produced and sang MUSIC.  This is garbage being spoon fed to the youth.  There is nothing to offer the older generation of music lovers
Dec 17, 2012 7:13PM
I don't have any music, when I click on the guys picture after I click on listening booth it looks like its going to show me pictures. do you guys have listening music. if there's a problem with your sales maybe someone should encourage radio stations to annouce the name of the musicians after they sing each song, instead of acting like every person already knows it. Maybe you would get more people motivated to buy.
Dec 23, 2012 10:34AM
Studio trickery, mediocre singers, computerized music. Surprised they could come with anything for this poll.
Dec 24, 2012 6:19PM

I can no longer listen to this day and age music. It is played in my office, and I can only tune it out.


Music used to be enjoyable for me. In fact, I liked playing the hits in a band, and learning the riffs and melodies.


I can't put a finger on it, except that music today is more of a manufactured product than of real talent.  To be more precise, music today is like processed cheese. And just like processed cheese, it is forced upon us by those that sell it (similar to the way illegal drugs are pushed, where you have little choice).


For me, just like there is a sea of movies, tv shows, and music, I stray from the mainline media hype these days. For those deep in and selling the manufactured products, well, I only have one bit of advice - get out while you can; people are starting to evolve past the old ways of pushing products.

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Year in Review: Best albums of 2012

By Sam Sutherland
MSN Music

It's tempting (and clichéd) to paraphrase Charles Dickens in framing 2012's album releases as the best of times and the worst of times: In the weeks leading up to balloting, MSN Music's editors and writers grumbled about the quality of full-length releases, yet as votes were cast, a diverse slate of strong albums emerged with accomplished veterans and next-gen innovators both toting up support. In ranking the top choices, an even dozen titles stood out (including two direct ties), spanning a solid range of styles. If there's room to argue about the vintage overall, 2012's best albums are still worthy of your attention.


2012 Year in Review on MSN Living

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