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brycebad posted a topic in Song CritiqueSo this is a song I wrote that has a more "Future Bass" vibe to it but still is hopefully catchy. Would love to hear what you think! Stars, we’re the stars in the sky above, we make a constellation of love. And no matter where we’re going, we’re glowing. Our names up on the marquis, we live our life on a tv screen. We’re just living like stars We’re living like stars. Oh we’re just living like stars. Stars, our songs are playing on the radio There’s cameras flashing wherever we go. Now that we’re here we’re gonna run this show, Yeah we’re stars so we better glow. Our names up on the marquis, we live our life on a tv screen. We’re just living like stars We’re living like stars. Oh we’re just living like stars. The universe is full of darkness, imagine if the world was starless. No way to see the beauty that surrounds us. Everything’s gonna be alright cause the stars will bring the light. We’re just living like stars. We’re living like stars. Stars, we dance, in the dark of the night We laugh and we love and we doing alright Oh we’re just living like stars.
The future of rock is kinda uncertain. Rock bands havent held any presence in the Top 5 of the Billboard 200, nor any major radio airplay. Neither has there been any rock albums selling as well as Taylor Swift or Adele. So what is the future of rock? Will Ibanez, ESP, Dean, those type of companies start to close their doors due to the overwhelming reluctance of listeners? Probabky the last time a rock band was consistently on the charts and the sales was Green Day in 2005 with American Idiot. While there were instances of Marilyn Manson, Serj Tankian, and Stone Sour making top preorders, none of them have taken the spotlight as well as albums like Green Days did back seven years ago. The future of rock as I see it is upcoming acts will find it hard to land gigs and fans due to obstructions by other genres, labels will begin to back off signing new rock bands, and insturments for rock music will begin to be discontinued. A Pearl Jam-like band, where are thou? A Green Day-like band, where are thou? The time is running short and the nightmares for all rock fans might be confirmed by the end of this decade. Your thoughts?