Worst Assumptions About Music
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This is not an accurate thing. Let me give an example- sometimes we confuse hard rock and metal to be the same ( I do too). It's because we judge metal and rock (other genres) with loudness. But loudness doesn't always mean "heavy". Yes, metal music is loud. But not always it has to be loud to become metal. When I was young, I used to think if I simply increase the volume, wouldn't it be a metal song. But now I realize why it can't be.
Metal = power+speed. When you beat a drum very hardly or strum a guitar very heavily it will create a loud music/heavy music. But it won't be metal. Punk rock is also loud. Metal is only metal when certain amount of speed is used in it. Some of the metal songs aren't very loud (especially guitar solos). When guitar chords are very fast, it creates a very very fast solo. Then it sounds like a, what to say, lets say like a device. for example "telephone" sound or something like that. Those solos are metal too. But those aren't loud. There are other ...more - zxm
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2. Rock n' roll, heavy metal, hard rock, etc. are evil
3. More sold copies = better music artist