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Sunday, June 24, 2001
What am I into? Damn fine question. It's probably easier to talk about what I'm not into. I'm not into the current music scene. Well, I am, but it's stuff that most people aren't aware of. The mainstream, as far as I'm concerned, can suck it. Now, I'm not one of those slim-waisted hipsters who proclaims everything that is popular as inherently bad. Just most of it. Bands like U2 are still good. But any Van Halen that doesn't involve David Lee Roth is not worth the time. Kid Rock is cool because he gets the joke, while Limp Bizkit is unaware that a joke exists. Emotion is probably the most important element a song can have. But not wussy crap like Bread or Dan Hill. Damn, that crap sucks.

While I'm on this little tangent, I'm gonna just go ahead and make a list of stuff that sucks.

  • Boz Scaggs

  • Bread (the band, not the food item.)

  • Limp Bizkit

  • Most of the current 'metal' scene

  • Eminem (am I the only person who sees that he's self-destructing faster than Kurt Cobain?)

I don't have a problem with Mr. Mathers' lyrics. It takes plenty more than that to offend me. I just don't like him as a person. At least, from what I've seen.

Yup. I'm betting that you're really enjoying reading what one geek in the midwest has to say about the current state of popculture. I'm just not feeling deep tonight.

Comments by: YACCS