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r4tch3t wrote

A bit about that fourth part...

The good and bad music gets filtered out with time. Look at things like Unknown Pleasures by Joy Division. That album didn't even chart anywhere upon release but it stood the test of time and become incredibly influential and important in music history.

I'd also like to add that what most people consider the peak of pop music is usually the era they grew up in.

Be that friend that's always showing their friends underground music, I got a friend of mine who's super into mainstream ""emo"" (read: pop-punk metalcore stuff) into Dead Kennedys and Napalm Death.