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Should western type music come to Iran

Should Western type music come to Iran?  

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  1. 1. Should Western type music like Rap, Rock, Reggaeton, R&B, Techno, etc. come to Iran?

    • yes
      5
    • no
      4
    • yes only to rock
      1
    • yes only to rap
      0
    • yes only to reggaeton
      0
    • yes only to techno
      0
    • yes only to other western type music
      0


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Yes, because only through diversity and crossbreeding art can thrive and branch out! One can always keep a specimen of every genre traditional, but it wont be harmed by any hybridisation!

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i voted no purely bcuz iraniha (in iran) janbasho nadaran!!! they just cant deal with it....neither can any of the singers...the one example im gonna give is shadmehre aziz and his new album popcorn...really???? :haha: if they did it well...hmmm cant think of anyone...then it would alrite! :dance_baby_wft:

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who the hell is shars?lol :haha: bache to kei mikhai yad begiri dorost sohbat koni?lol :damn: :punishing_wft:

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who the hell is shars?lol :haha: bache to kei mikhai yad begiri dorost sohbat koni?lol :damn: :punishing_wft:

 

akheh persian soldier see hun im not the only one who doesnt understand 99% of the things u type :bl please be a little more reader friendly :air_kiss_wft:

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i voted no purely bcuz iraniha (in iran) janbasho nadaran!!! they just cant deal with it....neither can any of the singers...the one example im gonna give is shadmehre aziz and his new album popcorn...really???? :haha: if they did it well...hmmm cant think of anyone...then it would alrite! :dance_baby_wft:

 

bahat moafegham !!

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wy not. wy should the iranian ppl just be allowed to hear iranian music.and i dont think everyone like iranian music.

 

@persian soldier: foreign music was allowed in shahtime

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lol Persian soldier actually objects it and that’s what he means that he don’t want a return to shah’s ..sorry ”shar’s” era!lol

 

If music or art in general was to remain ”original” it would have been limited to the primitive techniques only! Even today's classic and traditional Iranian music is not "original" but rather a result of international and cross-cultural exchanges!

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who the hell is shars?lol :haha: bache to kei mikhai yad begiri dorost sohbat koni?lol :damn: :punishing_wft:

 

akheh persian soldier see hun im not the only one who doesnt understand 99% of the things u type :bl please be a little more reader friendly :air_kiss_wft:

 

 

thanks xx hun :diablo:

 

lol Persian soldier actually objects it and that’s what he means that he don’t want a return to shah’s ..sorry ”shar’s” era!lol

 

If music or art in general was to remain ”original” it would have been limited to the primitive techniques only! Even today's classic and traditional Iranian music is not "original" but rather a result of international and cross-cultural exchanges!

 

iran is iran u can't chang it :haha: :diablo:

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lol Persian soldier actually objects it and that’s what he means that he don’t want a return to shah’s ..sorry ”shar’s” era!lol

 

If music or art in general was to remain ”original” it would have been limited to the primitive techniques only! Even today's classic and traditional Iranian music is not "original" but rather a result of international and cross-cultural exchanges!

 

iran is iran u can't chang it :haha: :diablo:

 

Who says experimentation with something means its end? You can preserve an original sample yet experiment with another sample! In here we speak English, Persian but some also bilingual Finglisi! Very convenient and amusing for many! Nevertheless millions of Iranians still speak Persian correctly, and even more speak English the same way!

 

So by all means go back to carriages why driving automobiles in Iran?

Such way of thinking advocates rigidity and at its worse backwardness!

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lol Persian soldier actually objects it and that’s what he means that he don’t want a return to shah’s ..sorry ”shar’s” era!lol

 

If music or art in general was to remain ”original” it would have been limited to the primitive techniques only! Even today's classic and traditional Iranian music is not "original" but rather a result of international and cross-cultural exchanges!

 

iran is iran u can't chang it :haha: :diablo:

 

Who says experimentation with something means its end? You can preserve an original sample yet experiment with another sample! In here we speak English, Persian but some also bilingual Finglisi! Very convenient and amusing for many! Nevertheless millions of Iranians still speak Persian correctly, and even more speak English the same way!

 

So by all means go back to carriages why driving automobiles in Iran?

Such way of thinking advocates rigidity and at its worse backwardness!

 

 

 

 

we have diffrent mind set look what happen the last time :diablo:

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exactly, WHAT happened?

 

You are young and its in your interest to know that what resulted in the cultural revolution and peak of backwardness was de facto an outcome of anti-westernisation doctrines such as ”Gharbzadegi” aka West-toxication that nativists and religious thinkers like Alahamd advocated! A doctrine incredibly close to what you suggest! What an irony!

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well ok but so meny people in iran bilev the and the gov (ok to ues english and faris) that they hate it look iran is cut up to meny peeps at the moment to fast we brak up to slow no more iran :diablo:

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