[kj] OT - Frnz Frdnnd
mkolmar at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 17:16:07 EST 2005
What was the ex-FF band?
I think you fail to see the new twist to the old style. And you
connect these questions of style back to the way it was done in
previously. In other words, you are indeed becoming your parents.
None of our favorite bands grew up on deserted islands and came up
with their sound in a relative vacuum. Killing Joke, while original
to this day, also point back to their own influences, and recently
have built on the advances of their followers to good effect. Joy
Division was a variation on heavy metal and punk. They sound just
like Iggy & the Stooges, don't they? And they were just a rock band
anyway if you get right down to it.
On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 09:29:53 +0000 (GMT), bluce ree
<bluceree2003 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Am I just getting old or something? For the life of me I cannot see
> anything good about any thing I've heard Franz Ferdinand produce. I mean he
> has the most soulless, unmoving voice since that prick from Pet Shop Boys.
> The taut guitar playing and sound is so utterly unoriginal right now what
> with Futureheads, Maximo Park and Bloc Party and every other fucking band
> doing it.
> and to make matters worse I saw a video from the singer's last band and it
> was a horrible jazz/lounge parody in the style of The Divine Comedy. It's
> like he's desperate to conform to whatever the NME readership want.
> and yet they've won every best band award going this year. Why? Please
> explain to me why...
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