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Classification Music has always been a part of every culture big or small It has been there from the beging of time and Im sure it will be there at the end It has become a part of people and who they are Some music represents people and other music expresses people Either way music is around and keeps on growing Growing to new ideas and feelings that captures its listeners Ive noticed that my generation judges and categorizes its peers by the music that they listen to Because music isnt just something you listen to anymore its who you are The parents of this generation notices that too I believe Parents doing usually understand their childs music choices but they are aware of it There is the music that parents dont mind their kids listening to like ska Ska has always been a fun expressive and non-violent type of music Happy circus music is one name that Ive heard it being called Its the local bands that kids get together in small clubs to hang out and watch Its usually a nice and friendly atmousfear Everyone says hello to the person whos dancing next to them Its a place where you can meet people and not get judged right off the bat Its an easy going show that kids can go to and stay out of trouble Many of the kids there are sXe - straightedge That means that the person is against drinking smoking and drugs Thats why parents aprrove that that kind of music Its happy music that does not alarm them Then there the music that parents wish their child did not listen to like punk Punk is a loud and heavy music that they wish their child didnt listen to because they think its a bad influence on their young mind When really most of the shows and get togethers are
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