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Old 01.03.2007, 03:25 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by !@#$%!
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i know nothing about fruity dance music...

im talking about punk, hardcore punk-- a la bad brains, minor threat, black flag, circle jerks, etc.

these people were preaching straight edge and doing circle jerk covers... a most curious choice.

A lot of people are stuck in one era or another.

I know people that talk like they were born in the 1940s, use a shitload of pomaid, love old cars, gretsch guitars and double basses. (greaser chicks can be really hot though, so I don't know if I can blame them.)

Like this guy: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=669 9621


Hardcore is pretty damn popular with the kids 'round here though. Ian Mackaye and Henry Rollins are gods to some of the yunguns in western pa.

Converting Minor Threat fans into Rites of Spring/Happy Go Licky/Fugazi fans is a long and arduous process.
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