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tjhardbeats

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  1. i have to admit ...............

    I just listened to it and, ........... I'm waiting..........I'm waiting............................................................................................................................................stil waiting.......................................STOP! The beats are good but they go nowhere, they don't take you on that "RIDE" Its like warm up music. Stuff that gets you in a club, but don't keeep you there
  2. Why is club music so damn bad right now?

    Everyone who disagreed with me failed to mention a track that a DJ would play at peak hour. Which still makes me believe that there are no such songs that you can even consider a peak hour song. Everyone who is disagreeing with me and especially the one who said it is even stronger than ever has got to be a promoter. Take a look at clubbing in the city. The amount of people who go out now is no where near what it use to be 3 years ago. THE REASON: The music has no life to it. I do not care how basic those tracks where. Onee thing is for sure, I could not make one and neither could most people who go clubbing. They did there job and everyone was happy. Take a good hard look at the dancefloor the next time you go out, see how into the music the crowd really is and, if you can remember 3 years ago, compare the two. The club scene totally blew up a few years ago(because of the music) and now it is dead.
  3. Let's not kid ourselves, the club music is not even close to what it use to be. I can not remember the last time that I went out and heard a new song and said, "WOW, I gotta get that track" All the stuff now has no damn energy to it. It doesn't grab people, take them on that ride and make people who don't dance want to get out there and dance. The only time people(including myself) get hyped up when I go out is, when the DJ digs deep i the crates(or CD cases for some) and goes to the tried and true old stuff from a few years back. If someone thinks I am imagining this I would love for someone to change my mind and please tell me a "PEAK HOUR" track that is played in clubs now. I am talking about tracks like, The Crowd Song, Anything by Plasmic Honey (It sucks they split up) Robbie Tronco - Ladies and Gentlemen. Stuff with some life to it and not a track that is constant boring beat and changes so little throughout the song. I CHALLENGE ANYONE to name a song that compare with any of those peak hour tracks. Take a look at the dance floors when everyone goes out, unless they are banging the old beats no one is absolutely feeling the music.
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