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    Default Do you guys like country music?

    Well I don't I think it's over-rated!

    Also who are your fav country singers?

    Thanks in advance!

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    ┬──┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ) Gonic's Avatar
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    No, I don't like country music.

    Please stop using the word over-rated.

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    I like the song 'Gonna buy me a boat'. It was on the radio loads the weekend my brother got married, and whenever I visit him we go fishing in the boat, so it brings back good memories.
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    It's not VGM so I don't care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonic View Post
    Please stop using the word over-rated.

    But in this case it's true especially where I live!

    Country music is EVERYWHERE & I am so sick of it I want VGM to get more popular here!

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    I don't mind country music. Honestly, I would like to hear it in more video games.

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    You don't know what 'over-rated' means.

    Personally, I'm sick of it. For one it's always playing at my job, two the vibes I get from it annoys me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChaosBlue View Post
    You don't know what 'over-rated' means.
    Doesn't over-rated mean something that's popular but doesn't really deserve to be?

    (in which case country music perfectly fits that criteria)

    Personally, I'm sick of it. For one it's always playing at my job, two the vibes I get from it annoys me.
    Yeah I'm sick of it too it's all the same & they sing about the same freaking subjects

    (e.g love,break-ups,trucks,beer,etc)

    I have absolutely NO idea how the genre got this popular but I'd love to help take it down & get VGM more widespread!

    It was the WORST thing to happen to the music industry!

    As much as I can't stand bombastic orchestral VGM I'd even rather listen to THAT than ANY country song past or present!

    THAT'S how much I despise country music!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan the Game Master View Post
    I don't mind country music. Honestly, I would like to hear it in more video games.
    No I would HATE to see country get involved with games if it MUST be in a game keep it confined to rhythm games because the day country gets involved with games (like if a licensed country song shows up on a game OST or if they get a country singer to compose music for a game,whichever comes first) is the day I stop listening to VGM!
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    The way I see it these days overrated has become such a subjective term for anything you may not like that the majority likes.

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    Let this sink in. You're welcome.


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