Right, Megs. The teenagers, like Megs and a few others here, are out there that listen to this music. But I think it's just that they are gradually decreasing. Especially with the crap that MTV and modern rock radio push. (Not that there aren't ANY good bands today. There are still some out there. Such as Beck, Pearl Jam, Supergrass, and Travis.) All of those bands, not surprisingly, don't get much airplay on MTV. Haha, reminds me of this one time my freshman year in college. I was in the cafeteria reading the much-hated 'Blackbird' book by Geoffrey Guliani. This dude walks in, (with a KORN shirt, mind you) and says "Whatcha readin' there?" I was already dreading answering him because I figured what his reaction would be. I said, "This book about Paul McCartney." Well, this dude looked like he just soiled his pants. "Paul McCartney?? Dude, my GRANDPARENTS listened to The Beatles, man!" I was just like, yeah whatever, man. So it's like what Megs said, there are still a lot of people her age who are educated about music, but often they're too afraid to admit it. Or they don't wanna listen to their "parent's music." However, there ARE many kids out there who are just PLAIN STUPID about music. They think that anything released before 2000 is "old school." LOL. But you can blame most of it on the industry, as others have said. You can thank all these "teen pop" executives and managers. To me, the popular rock industry hasn't been REALLY good since about 1995. After that, everything went downhill. Fast.