Originally posted by karoly aczelIn generally, labels are for pansies who seek validation by exclusion. Like those who write "What JAZZ are you listening to?" or "What ROCK are you listening to?", the capital letters a product of their insecurity.
anything by Frank Black (and the Pixies),(don't know about Kim Deal and theBreeders though).
btw what the hell is 'alternative'?or 'alternative rock'?
I mean if its rock(4/4 with simple guitar riffs , a couple of catchy choruses,etc) why call it 'alternative'?
If its weird sounding like some sonic youth wouldn't you call it 'experimental'?
Originally posted by Palynkawhere when you when i needed you in my head to head with Fabian on this very issue! man that 'pansy', loves labels, like he is the manager of a jam making factory!
In generally, labels are for pansies who seek validation by exclusion. Like those who write "What JAZZ are you listening to?" or "What ROCK are you listening to?", the capital letters a product of their insecurity.
Originally posted by divegeesterthey played Hamden park Glasgow last week, i never went, but they rocked the whole city apparently. My friend also went to see the Eagles on the fourth of July, they said it was almost a religious experience, totally awesome! i myself have only been to one seated concert, that being B.B. King, i prefer to stand up, pogo and try to catch the beer that is thrown around on my tongue, in the Glasgow barrowlands, nothing like it anywhere! best gigs ive been to, Johnny Rotten and Public image limited, and Deborah Harry and Blondie
I had to decline an offer of a last minute ticket to see them at Wembley last week - heard they were awesome.