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Started by bgmnts, June 10, 2021, 08:03:28 PM
Quote from: Egyptian Feast on June 10, 2021, 08:53:08 PM'Woke' and 'snowflake' in one sentence, marvellous stuff. His finest moment since he revealed he doesn't understand fiction.
Quote from: BJBMK2 on June 10, 2021, 10:07:16 PMDon't disagree with anything Kulkarni says, though I have to say, I prefer Taylor Parke's take on the whole thing, which goes into more detail on the culture war that Britpop inadvertently created. https://thequietus.com/articles/15092-blur-parklife-anniversary-review
QuoteFuggin Noel Gallagher was the first unwoke turd to drag rock music into the being part of the establishment (thereby silencing rock lyrics) by putting his traitorous foot over the threshold of 10 Downing St when Tony Blair used Noel's vanity as something to make Blair look cool.
QuoteIt enabled a middle class media to homogenise its ideas about what counted as working class art. This is what you do — and by extension, this is ALL you can do.
Quote from: jobotic on June 10, 2021, 11:39:10 PMTake out the word "art" and this also applies to your Brendan O'Niells, Andrew Lawrences and Paulie Walnutses
Quote from: Mister Neil KulkarniOasis' rise meant .. . . The cunts taking over. The 'proper' homophobic mildly racist lads. The rejection of 'poofiness' stylistically, the reassertion of the English Rock Defence League's tiny-minded ideas abou'real' 'proper' music, rock regressing into pure soulless pastiche. It meant a cowardly craven press surrendering any critical standpoint in fear of the supposed consensus. It meant national broadcasters and publishers boosting the lads, the coked-up and lairy. It meant a reassertion of racist & sexist music stereotypes & snobbery. It enabled a middle class media to homogenise its ideas about what counted as working class art. This is what you do — and by extension, this is ALL you can do.
Quote from: Captain Z on June 11, 2021, 12:05:03 AMSure as day follows night, this thread will fill up with posts savaging Oasis before caveating that, having said that, one of their tracks was OK. And by page 3, half of their discography will have been mentioned.
Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on June 11, 2021, 10:24:33 AMIt was interesting hearing him talk about some of the music that he listened to before forming Oasis. Both the Beegees and Acid House.
Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on June 11, 2021, 10:24:33 AMHe said he'd knife his brothers if he had to write songs with them
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