Actually, my musical tastes are still evolving, and I'm 59. Where I grew up, there were a bunch of top 40 stations and we all played dial search to avoid as much dreck as possible. When NY FM underground radio hit, many of us never went back to AM. Also, '67 was the axial year, before that 'the good stuff' didn't really exist, at least on radio.
The science fiction writer Theodore Sturgeon came up with what is now known as Sturgeon's Law - '95% of everything is crap'. It's the same in '12 as it was in '67.
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