" A woman panting like a dog" all I can think of from that statement is a song that came from the 80's called "Hungry like a Wolf." Some of these things you mention has happen before in the past with music.
In "Hungry Like a Wolf" the sexual howling noises do increase as the song progress too. So "She Wolf" is still using something that a song in the 80's has done. There will always be bad songs from every era. Just find a station that has songs you enjoy.
yeah... most of it is true... but i guess do this for money :/ they create the kind of music that, it seems most of society wants to hear: they want to get dumb? Give them more dumb music! I think that introducing the new generations to old music is a fantastic idea; however, don't try to keep your children from hearing new music (I'm not saying let them hear songs with bad language. Show them just those ones with not a lot of insults) because it'll be like keeping them in a cave, not letting them see how world really is. And yeah, I agree that music industries should make a policy at least to regulate music with bad language because i think that those kind of music do influence how people interact
It is no secret that the executives have forced artists to follow a set formula for music since as early as the 1980s, even earlier if you're particularly cynical. The reason they do it is because it makes money.
If you want music that does not belong on the Top 40, get on iTunes and look up your favorite album, then check out "Listeners Also Bought". It's a wonderful tool. Further, look beyond the Top 40; underground rap and metal, for example, are booming like crazy with creativity. Examples with underground metal (relax, none of these are the über brutal Satanic stuff... although 3 of these 4 do have death vocals):
While I agree that every generation has bad music, I won't hold back on how I feel about how people's definition of music is strange sound, as I have the right to voice my own opinions. If you have problems with my personal input on today's entertainment, tell it to someone who cares.
And, so you know, yes, I do listen to the tunes I enjoy, thank you.
There's this one image I've been dying to track down again, it's a thing comparing some shitty pop song to Bohemian Rhapsody... how the shitty pop song had like all these writers, it basically just repeating the same thing over and over and not actually saying anything... versus Bohemian Rhapsody which had only one writer and says so much more.
The music industry doesn't control the standards of shit. Perhaps you should use this vast, endless pool of information we call the internet you just so happen to be using right now to find something that a) isn't classic rock bullshit or whatever the fuck you listen to b) isn't insipid chart padding cash investments turned sound by a record company agent who's far more interested in profits than artistic merit. There's a gigantic world of music that doesn't touch X-Factor or your car radio.