It’s a universal truth: every generation believes that the music of the generation after them sucks. Take a read of this article from India.
Hello, children of today!
I hope you’re doing well in your respective worlds run by gadgets and technology. Life is simple with all of that around, right? All you have to do to get things done is a click a button (which is not even a real button BTW). And amidst all this ease, you still find it hard to understand why your elder siblings refer to a certain phase of their lives to be the best because of its simplicity.
You might’ve heard of the ’90s. A time that seems long lost. A time when technology would fascinate people, because it was rare, unlike the changing dynamics that erupt after the launch of a latest operating system. A time when things were real and fresh.
I come from that time. A time when conversations went beyond Whats App and arguments were not over Android vs iOS.
We weren’t downloading our songs, we were buying them. And honestly, that music deserved every Rupee we spent on it!
Sound familiar? Keep reading.