> > Tim's on the right track. There is music out there that, along with its
> > lyrics, begins to convey the appropriate level of anger and outrage.
> > Unfortunately most of my early punk is on LPs and thus at work. All my
> > Nirvana is at work too, otherwise I'd quote Cobain describing a couple of
> > teenage rapists (said to have been "inspired" by a Nirvana song) as
> > of sperm and eggs".
> I saw an interview with John Doe of X which must have been 10 years ago.
> He was talking about the music scene. Their Los Angeles album came out
> in 1980 and Wild Gift in 1981. Songs on these first two albums included
> Sex and Dying in High Society (which reminds me of a Hunter S. Thompson rant
> in 'Better Than Sex' about the Kennedys), Adult Book, Love Passed Out
> on the Couch, The Once Over Twice, White Girl, and the most famous
> Johnny Hit and Run Pauline.
The problem though is the vast majority of radio play and listeners don't
have a clue who Kottenmouth Kings, X, Dead Kennedy's, are. And the majority
haven't heard anything other than the "hits" from Nirvana, STP, or Sublime.
Remember people Garth Brooks is the largest selling male artist in the
world with over 300 million sold.
If that doesn't clarify it, I don't know what does.
Lets put the *fun* back in dysfunctional...
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