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Discussion in 'Personal' started by scienceteachasghost, Nov 15, 2015.
Anyone into this in the 90s? (and beyond)
As a lad in the 1990s before lessons and Ofsted got too serious, in our design and technology lessons two of the lowest performing students (twins) academically in the whole year group would get out a cassette player(!) , plug it in and put Helter Skelter tapes on and the teacher did nothing to stop it! At the time I thought the music was a little silly but then my second cousin lent me a similar tape and I got hooked! (I own every Bonkers compilation CD!)
I was an intermittent fan of The Prodigy but the same could be said of most musical genres from the 60s to the present day
That hardcore music makes me feel dead inside.
i like bits of the Prodigy but not so much the other stuff.
That's because there's nowt to it.
I think the same can be said for some of the the music of 60s, 70s and all the decades up to and including the present one
Take the first decade above for instance:
Does anything get more "beige" than Surfing Bird? Or anything by Herman's Hermits?
There are always seams of gold mixed in with the dross but you have to mine/separate a lot more dross to find it