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    Punk is *so* not-dead that I hear it on my local "classic rock" station. Maybe the word should be "undead".

    Anyway, we have a new as of the first-of-the-year format on one station that calls itself The Spot that is basically stuff-I-like and I can live with that. It says it's "the music you grew up with" but it lies. I grew up with 70's country.
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by astroannie View Post
    Punk is *so* not-dead that I hear it on my local "classic rock" station. Maybe the word should be "undead".

    Anyway, we have a new as of the first-of-the-year format on one station that calls itself The Spot that is basically stuff-I-like and I can live with that. It says it's "the music you grew up with" but it lies. I grew up with 70's country.
    when visiting the zoo once.. a man was being helped into an ambulance and his clothes where ripped to shreds but i overheard one of the zoo keepers ask him what was he trying to do and he said..i'll never go lion dancing again....
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  3. #13


    The melodies of Johnny Marr and Morrissey's gift as a lyricist. The Smiths, ladies and gents.

  4. #14
    the music scene in Manchester from the 80's to 90's was so vibrant..from smiths to oasis....and still is...the best music for me comes from working class background because it brings an edge a style you can't copy...gritty northern music rocks
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  5. #15
    "I decree today that life is simply taking and not giving, England is mine. It owes me a living. Ask me why and I'll spit in your eye, ask me why and I'll spit in your eye."

    - Still ill by The Smiths.

    And I absolutely agree, there is some magic there that makes the music ever so sincere, just giving the background.

  6. #16
    For me, this album is the culmination of all that older punk, but with meaningful, intelligent lyrics to accompany the catchy riffs and refrains. Give it a listen.


  7. #17
    I will check it out right away.

    Please check this one out:

    It was made in tribute to Ian Curtis of Joy Division, who committed suicide at the age of 23 on the day the band was scheduled to go on their very first US tour. It has got one of the most haunted guitar playing imo.

  8. #18
    Sad story and the way the other band members reinvented themselves and moved on was amazing... Don't think any of them went to his funeral though..
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  9. #19
    They didn't go to his wake, but they did go to his funeral. Joy Division is rather underground, although it is arguably one of the most influential bands to the alternative rock scene.

  10. #20
    Modern Lovers' Jonathan Richman wrote some really great, smart lyrics. Great poetó check out Pablo Picasso and Hospital.


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