most good music is instrumental. i don't listen to the music for the messages, so lyrics tend to constrict music for me
electronic music is mostly instrumental:
classical music is mostly instrumental:
jazz is mostly instrumental:
video game soundtracks are mostly instrumental:
and whatever other weird genres of music exist... most of them are instrumental too:
i don't need a dude telling me the same shit about love/life/money/etc. to enjoy my music. producers put catchy lyrics in songs so that you can remember their name once you hear them, and buy them later.
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Beat me to it. I love SRV's rendition of Little Wing. Jimi's original is way too short.
This shit ain't music, yo.
Also, you're severely limiting yourself if you don't listen to lyrical music because it's too conformist for you or whatever. Mr. Otis Redding has more instrumental music in one lyrical line from one of his songs than all of shitty Deadmau5's "music."
Mr. Sam Cooke, with and without the Soul Stirrers, played a velvety smooth vocal instrument. Deadmau5 types shit in to a computer.
i don't need a dude telling me the same shit about love/life/money/etc. to enjoy my music.
lol. Decrying lyrical music because the lyricist is trying to convey a message or portray a feeling while supporting symphonic music is kinda silly. Pretty much all music, regardless of whether somebody is singing or not, is meant to evoke some emotion or convey a message.
HEY GUYS I DON'T LISTEN TO BEETHOVEN'S NINTH BECAUSE IT'S GOT VOCALS IN THE FOURTH MOVEMENT AND HE'S TRYING TO FORCE HIS JOYOUS ADVICE UPON ME.