Today's Music Industry - How much more pathetic can it get? : LUSENET : Unk's Troll-free Private Saloon : One Thread

There's no need for real musical talent these days, simply dress up like some kind of street trash whore and your record will go to the top of the charts.

-- Generation X (dumb enough @ to. buy it), February 28, 2002


That reminds me of an epiphany that I had not too long ago, one of those moments when something struck me so profoundly that I had to stop and ponder its significance.

Here it is:

In all of my 28 years in Da Radio Bidness, I have never, ever been employed by a station that played Bananarama.

I don't know whether to feel a sense of loss. But there's some profundity there, somewhere ...

-- Stephen (, February 28, 2002.

The DC area music scene has always been pretty lively (I need only say three words, "Root Boy Slim", to prove that point). But some years ago, there was an all-female band whose lead singerette was named "Venus Penis-Crusher", which I felt was remarkably poor taste.

-- Peter Errington (, March 01, 2002.

It ain't easy being a father.

-- Carlos (, March 02, 2002.

Peter, did you ever hear their song "I Wish You Were a Beer"?

BTW, what group is pictured?

-- bogsworth (running@on.8cylinders), March 02, 2002.

Who is your boy-band fave? I like Nsynch but some kidz like Backstreet Boyz.

-- (Missy@Club.X), March 02, 2002.

Bogsworth, no I haven't heard that song. Is it in good taste? Does it try to bridge the gap between men and women?

-- Peter Errington (, March 02, 2002.


It is actually 3 different "groups", Pink (dyke), Christina Aguilera (slut trash), and Mya (brown sugar whore), from left to right. They won an award for their vocal collaboration on an old song they stole, "Lady Marmalade", since they have almost no talent writing their own.

-- (worthless@trash.whores), March 02, 2002.

I have an old pic of my mom when she won "Miss Boop-Ooop-Dee-Doop", 1935, at U of Illinois. Very similiar to the babe in the middle.

-- (, March 02, 2002.

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