bq at soundgardener.co.nz
Thu May 3 03:02:07 EDT 2007
Anyone got Lydon's Psycho's Path? Back when I was going to uni in 99 I was
destitute and had to resort to going to the library to hire CDs, was never
into punk but got that on a whim. Blew me away, in a peak experience kinda
From: gathering-bounces at misera.net [mailto:gathering-bounces at misera.net] On
Behalf Of Tim Bucknall
Sent: Thursday, 3 May 2007 1:23 a.m.
To: A list about all things Killing Joke (the band!)
Subject: Re: [kj] Change
i think the sex pistols changed everything, i'm just too tired to explain
myself properly at the moment
On 02/05/07, Darth E. Vader <crackedmachine at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Do you guys believe rock or even "popular music" has
changed the world in
> any real way? I mean, I believe it has changed
individual lives, provides
> lot of people with entertainment and inspiration
etc, but in the scheme of
> things, it's really only been around 50 years or so,
compare that to any
> the empires or religions. And how influential is it
really? In terms of
YOU SEE YOU KNOW
> trends etc, sure, perhaps it is. But compared to any
of the wars,
> totalitatian regimes, doctrines of thought,
philosophy, religion, science,
> politics, economics, laws, etc...I don't think
personally it's been very
> influential on a global level.
> Just my current opinion...
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