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Alex92
2007-12-03 22:00:11
Don't be so stupid...
Firstly, good music is timeless. As long as proper music continues to be appreciated, people will be listening to the likes of Led Zeppelin. They made a huge impact on music, and have left a legacy; something pop bands do not do and never will do. To be honest I don't think people in 30 years time will still be listening to The Dooleys. Secondly, that drummer comment was idiotic, weedavie. If you even had a basic knowledge of music you'd realise what you said was wrong. Anyone can learn the guitar, piano, bass, sing etc. But not just anyone can learn the drums... you either have natural rhythm or don't, most people don't. I myself play the guitar aswell, and I can tell you it takes twice as long to learn the basics of drumming than the basics of guitar. Could you co-ordinate yourself to use both hands and both feet at the same time, whilst singing? I doubt it. So in future try to keep ignorant comments like that to yourself.

http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=1bIchqJoxFQ... watch that and tell me he's not a proper musician.
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