Been thinkin' on it. My folks didn't like the then-recent stuff I listened to coming up in the 90's whether it was Primus or WuTang or Slayer or whatever (plus they really hated when I got into Jazz, lol). Their parents hated the then-new classic rock & disco when they were coming up, after all, they were folks of the great big band generation. And, of course, back to the great grand-folk who felt if you listened to music you studied composers, period. I still have Grandma's back log of those non-vinyl classical records that were bought for her when she was a child. But, today, I listen to stuff my daughter will be getting into and I'm like..."Is that it?" **** so vanilla it could be sugar free. The rap isn't any edgier, the rock is crack smoke worthy, the electronic stuff is meh, the country music is almost funny in how hard it tries, etc. In fact, I think a lot of the music is just fine & dandy, if not...hmmm..."Safe?" I have theories on why this might be, but they're just theories. But, damn, I've been waiting for my chance to hate on my children's stuff and feel old...it's not supposed to be like this!!!