I think it's odd how people discuss how all these bands suck but then go on to list other bands in 97 like ICP and Delemente....gtfo!
The funny thing is, I hated most of this at the time. Now, it just creates a weird nostalgia for my 20s and the specific life events happening then. Time is a strange thing.
I would put that period somewhere back in about '74-'75. I still shudder when thinking Journey, Speedwagon, Rush, Kansas, Styx, Starship, and all that garbage! No way a Cherry Poppin' Daddies or a Smash Mouth outdoes that!
The "Colour and The Shape" by the Foo Fighters singlehandedly redeemed 1997. Monkey Wrench, My Hero, February Stars, Up in Arms, EVERLONG. Did you think we wouldn't notice? GTFO! 1997 FTW!
On the contrary, I feel as though 1997 had the best music of my lifetime. It can't get any worse than the shit that is on the radio today.
what are ya talking bout cas..... your version of old music is still 80s and 90s .... try something from the 50s to late 60s .... ya young whipper snippets..... i got socks older than you young uns
Whoa now, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Without Mark Mcgrath, who would costar with Ian Ziering and Tara Reid in Sharknado 2: The Second One and Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! ???
"revile" reel big fish? I was feeling this article right up until then and I realized at that point it was written by a bunch of morons
Reviewers can come off as arrogant at times. A movie reviewer can tear apart a directors work for doing something that the critic himself could never accomplish. And in the end it's nothing more then one persons opinion.
I don't care what anyone says, the whole Swing Revival fad in the '90s was a fun time. Big bands with full horn sections and the girls all dressed and made up like 1940s pinups...man, they were gorgeous.Yes, it was a fad and deserved to be short lived but it was fun