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For many years music has changed the lives of every generation and in fact helped them develop into their own individuals As we are reading this right now there is a battle over the way the next generation will get their music and what they will be allowed to listen toAs far back as the early 1900s parents have been telling their children to turn down that awful noise and as each generation turns to the next the music always changes making the parent and child lose touch on each others style of music From personal experience my father will be turning 50 in February and listens to music like The Who and The Beatles I have been blessed with the ears that actually enjoy this type of music and it is not because I listen to his old vinyls or go out and purchase these CDs It is because my generation has the technology that allows me to listen to these bands at the touch of a button The main type of technology I am talking about is NapsterNapster is a music community for my generation that allows me to listen to all types of music without having to buy the whole album I can honestly say that this is the main reason I have begun liking my fathers music Napster works as a music information database that enables you to look up certain songs but also research into the history of the bands and talk with other people from around the world about music issues For example last night I was downloading song from Credence Clearwater Revival while chatting with a older woman about which group had a bigger impact on America the Beatles or Rolling Stones This would not be possible to do 10 years ago because as America keeps expanding technology will increase making it possible to bridge the generation gap more and more The only thing that I cannot understand
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