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1.
The standard set of albums from the 60s and 70s that every boomer likes. Boomers try to get younguns to listen to dad rock by loading up "best albums ever" lists with them. Dad rockers have no desire to listen to recent music and are stuck in the past.
Beatles, Byrds, Beach Boys, Dylan, Rolling Stones, Who, Zep, etc
donth가 작성 2004년 01월 21일 (수)
 
2.
Classic rock you first heard from your dad's old record collection.
1: "I got into The Beatles after my dad showed me some of their albums he bought in the '60s."

2: "So you listen to a lot of dadrock?"
Blaze1289가 작성 2010년 03월 22일 (월)
 
3.
The term 'dad rock' refers to older music listened to by men who try, without success, to introduce this music to their children and other younger people.

Music can only be counted as 'dad rock' if it is music that has failed to remain popular with younger generations, e.g. Dire Straits, The Yardbirds etc., whereas bands of the same era such as Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones would not count as their music transcends the generation gap and is still popular with younger people
While 'dad rock' can be quite personal to each dad, examples of artists include: Dire Straits, The Yardbirds, Cream, King Crimson, Yes
2Mannings1Bowl가 작성 2010년 09월 23일 (목)
 
4.
Term used by children who are angry that most of the modern music they listen to from their generation is garbage in comparison. Unable to come up with viable comparisons to previous classic bands and musical artists, they resort to insulting all of them at once in a dismissive and condescending tone.
"Hey Paul, why do you listen to that garbage Ke$sha and that little pop-brat Lady GaGa, who pander to the lowest common denominator in order to sell records based off their intrinsic reliance on the inversion of past trends, fads, and ideas in order to seem edgy and intelligent? Why not listen to some classic music like Led Zeppelin, Simon and Garfunkel, or Iron Butterfly, or The Eagles, who instead rely on their ability to craft music and lyrics which are both sentimental but also relate-able because of their universal and endearing subject matter?"

"HAW, YOU'RE JUST A FAGGOT WHO ONLY LISTENS TO DADROCK!"
Gorilla Grodd가 작성 2014년 08월 01일 (금)
 
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Dad rock is defined as the genre of music that is listened to uniquely by fathers, not grandfathers or children or mothers (though mothers may have adapted survival strategies to tolerate or ignore dad rock music). To be a dad rocker, you must own albums by all of the following three defining bands of the dad rock genre: Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers, Phill Collins, and Sting. Dad rock is most commonly heard blasting out of cameros, el caminos, vans, and large trucks on cassette or from the home on vinyl or, occassionaly, compact disc.
The triangle of dad rock power consists of Phill Collins and Sting making up the base corners with Tom Petty at the apex. Within the triangle, you can expect to find other artists, though we hestitate to define them here.
Josh Ramaris가 작성 2005년 09월 21일 (수)
 
6.
The phrase for rock from the 60s and 70s that this generations' dads listened to because they didn't now any better. The term is used by people who consider themselves cultured and varied, and refuse to believe that it's possible that people actually could like classic rock.
Dude A: *Listening to Led Zeppelin*

Dude B: Wow man, really? Dad rock?

Dude A: Shut up. I can name 10 reasons why it's better than new age music.

Dude B: *Shuts up with a sheepish look on his face*
ledzeppagain가 작성 2012년 12월 27일 (목)
 
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Music that Boomers would listen to and/or write themselves. Picturing a 35-50 year old dance to these tracks puts your stomach in a knot. Inherently uncool. However, some very good bands today write embarrasing Dad Rock tracks.

They also tend to have long titles.
U2 - Stuck In A Moment..., Sometimes You Can't Make It..., Coldplay - God Put A Smile..., A Rush Of Blood, Oasis - Little By Little, Where Did It All Go Wrong?
Cath H가 작성 2005년 05월 15일 (일)