Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/11/29

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Subject: [Leica] Re:White Stripes and waiting by the doorbell
From: bd at (B. D. Colen)
Date: Wed Nov 29 13:32:21 2006

I'm not saying it's - all - crap. I'm saying that there was something
special about the best of the music produced in the 10 year period I

On 11/29/06 4:06 PM, "Steve Unsworth" <> wrote:

> I really don't buy this 'modern music is crap' thing. The idea of pop music
> is to produce something that parents don't like. I remember my mother
> telling me that her father - who died before I was born - used to moan that
> Bing Crosby was dreadful and not a 'proper' singer :-)
> Steve
> On 28/11/06 15:22, "" <> wrote:
>> In a message dated 11/28/2006 9:02:33 A.M. Central Standard Time,
>> writes:
>> attempting to keep Cerebral Metal  alive
>> -----------------------------------
>> Metal has degenerated to no  lyrics; the "singer" just barks in rhythm 
>> with
>> the music
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Replies: Reply from summicron at (Frank F. Farmer) ([Leica] Re:White Stripes and waiting by the doorbell)
In reply to: Message from lug at (Steve Unsworth) ([Leica] Re:White Stripes and waiting by the doorbell)