oh, no. Rick Ashtly is my era. Michael Jackson. Lots of other names that blissfully disappeared in the 80s. 100% commercialization mostly copy-cat music with a few originals. It’s precisely the same in that way. I agree about overdone CGI though. “Every movie looks like XBox/Playstation rendering” gets old. Special FX in my era was plastic wrap and vaseline, lots of bad bloody special fx, some cool creepy claymation. and a lot of early CGI. I liked early CGI – the ones that screamed at you: Yes this is made on a computer because computers are amazing. I miss those.

oh, no. Rick Ashtly is my era. Michael Jackson. Lots of other names that blissfully disappeared in the 80s. 100% commercialization mostly copy-cat music with a few originals. It’s precisely the same in that way. I agree about overdone CGI though. “Every movie looks like XBox/Playstation rendering” gets old. Special FX in my era was plastic wrap and vaseline, lots of bad bloody special fx, some cool creepy claymation. and a lot of early CGI. I liked early CGI – the ones that screamed at you: Yes this is made on a computer because computers are amazing. I miss those.

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The hard question you have to ask yourself is: Which music from when you were 13-15 years old, will become the classic music in 15 years that the next generation will love? I’m betting on Minecraft parodies.

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