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I Think Country Music is the BEST genre!

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Posted on Nov 18, 2012, 3:32:34 PM PST
Meade just insulted the band and admitted he knew the recording was defective, but approved the final mix anyway?

Posted on Nov 18, 2012, 3:52:50 PM PST
Imzadiz says:
Hi Y'all,
I grew up in Bakersfield Calif. Home to some of the worst, but most loved country music ever. I went to school with Buck Owen's son. and had to put up with his nonsense while his daddy was making millions. The "Okie from Muskogee" (Merle) lived down the canyon road from us, and there was nothing but goat ropers at my school. I personally hate country music. Yes, it is heartfelt and sometimes they get it right ( Johnny Cash singing "Hurt", by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails by the way), and I really have to tell you, I saw personally the lifestyles of some of the older generation singers. It's all too much drama, trailer trash, cryin' in my beer because my wife left for my cousin ,style for me. Reminds me of the old people sitting around on the porch singing about Jesus coming to take them from their troubles. I don't like the drama. Music is supposed to make you feel good. I don't get that from most Country music. Aren't you glad we have choices? To each his own ")

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Elvis Fan, who is producing your Meade Skelton records? I believe that you have already said that you are a 1 man show. The drums sound like a machine. You must be programming it wrong. Your piano is out of tune and your lyrics are never in the pocket. You are the producer so quit blaming the drum machine as you are the one programming it!

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Posted on Nov 20, 2012, 12:03:03 AM PST
Elvis Fan, couldn't figure out how to use his toaster so I don't believe he knows how to program a drum machine.

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