(Except Country. I can't stand Country. Sorry.)
One staple you can find in every corner of America is a good Classic Rock station. Timeless classics, great to sing along to, and perfect for the road.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
|Remember these? They're called CD's.|
"Sometimes I feel like I don't have a partner..."
I get about 2 minutes in, when it hits me. (I DON'T WANNA FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL... LIKE I DID THAT DAY....) I'm listening to a Classic Rock station, and a song from my generation is playing.
This means I am now officially old.
1991 doesn't seem like so long ago, but a child born on-or-before this date in '91 can legally drink alcohol.
21 years... I feel old now.
I should probably check for gray pubic hairs...
But, the more I think about it, the more it makes sense. Back in the 90's guitarist Flea looked like this:
Now, in 2012, he looks more like this:
...I guess I should be glad. Classic Rock is better than the oldies station. Can you imagine the day you hear "BOOM, SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE THE ROOM!" or the Humpty Dance on an oldies station???