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RR is Here to Stay
« on: August 30, 2019, 07:50:09 pm »


Rock isnt dead.  Although an argument could be made that it is...or should be.
But it's not dead.


If you were to pick when it died when would you pick?
I wouldn't say it was when the Miss American Pie went down or when Lennon was shot.

I might pick when Cobain shot himself for reasons that are too long to go into.  It's not because they were such a great band.
I might pick when they cut the ribbon on the RR Hall of Fame groundbreaking ceremony.
I might pick when the Pistols released Never Mind the Bullocks.
I might pick when The Beatles released The White Album for reasons too long to go in to.



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Re: RR is Here to Stay
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2019, 03:59:28 am »

I don't see RR as dead, ever.....it HAS begun to look as though it stays in a nursing home, with fewer visitors coming to see how it's doing. There will always be some folks coming by to see it's being treated well....
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Re: RR is Here to Stay
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2020, 04:55:05 pm »


I might pick when the Pistols released Never Mind the Bullocks.

I do think Punk with it's focus on ugliness had a perversity that undermined rock music, so it was definitely a starting point of the death, there was plenty of good music created subsequent to that, but I think Rock was most powerful through the 60s and early 70s I don't think it now has any real cultural power now. I have no respect for Grunge, the 90s for me is the zombie decade, rock had died but didn't yet acknowledge it.