Mood: on fire
Few of us would question the idea that there is more youthful energy in a rock song than any other form of music. The music developed its own dances like the Twist, the Mash Potatoes, the Shake, the Popeye, the Hustle, and God knows what else.
Rock defined an era of mankind like no other music before. Many boomers doubted they would ever get older than thirty(Check out the movie "Logan's Run" below).
Rock was tapping into our subconscious and some of the memories coming out weren't pretty. The eternal Beach Party/Sock Hop gave way to the metal heads of the 70s and 80s like Black Sabbath, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Guns and Roses, Mega Death, AC/DC, etc. etc.
As promoted by "The Grateful Dead" and others, the symbols of death seemed to be everywhere at heavy metal concerts.
Michael Jackson's "Thriller" gave much insight to the darker side of life(or death?)on Graceworld.
Many MTV videos seem to portray beings who were obsessed not only with rock, but with sex and negative experiences.
I would like your comments on my point of view. Do you feel that you're from Graceworld too? What subconscious memories come to the surface when rock music is played?
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