Please remember that their are extremists and fundamentalist in every religion!
Joe Gillis: I didn’t know you were planning a comeback.
Norma Desmond: I hate that word. It’s a return, a return to the millions of people who have never forgiven me for deserting the screen.
- Sunset Blvd (1950)
Who needs drugs when you can just listen to shoegaze/dream pop as loud as possible and let the music guide you through beautiful places in your mind. (of course is better with drugs… but still)
in no particular order:
The Specials - Great dancing energy throughout all their songs, and also amazing political views. The Specials also started the two-tone movement which inspired bands like: Bad Manners, The Selecter, Madness etc.
Rage Against the Machine - RATM, involves metal to make you move and throw your fists in the air, rage has a fantastic political socialist lyrics, with the rapid guitars from Tom Morello and fierce vocals from Zack de la Rocha.
The Pogues - bringing the Irish/Celtic music back in the 80’s with there jolly drinking tunes with there inspiration front man Shane Macgowan with a pint and a cigarette in his hand at all time, classic dancing songs from this band!
My Bloody Valentine - MBV, there slow chilled shoegazy blitzs throughout there albums and the sonic noise assault live, MBV’s sturdy guitars make you float and take you to somewhere else.
The Stone Roses - Banging drums from Reni, bouncing bass from Mani, classic inspirational solos from Squire and northern vocals from Brown. This all added to to the band that inspired most of the indie bands out now, the northern pride and also starting the baggy era in the 90’s with football tunes that gained many fans.
The Charlatans - The Charlatans also joined in the baggy era with there blistering 60’s Hammond Organs and the britpop vocals from Tim Burgess, the charlatans gained many mod & casual football fans as the charlatans full filled the 90’s.
Dexys Midnight Runners - Dexys brought the amazing imagine of against fashion and made some of the greatest songs of all time, what still gets crowds dancing to these days! with banjos, voiolins, trumpets defined the DMR.
The Doors - The Doors smashed the music scene with there lead front man Jim Morrison the great poet and song writer. They also had fantastic organ lines and made great soundtracks.