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re: the true meaning of the popx
- Subject: re: the true meaning of the popx
- From: Andrew Rodenhiser
- Date: Mon, 5 Feb 1996 10:08:21
Jeremy Harris Clarke <g56jhc\!/morgan.ucs.mun.ca> said
}my point was you emphasized how the popx was for overlooked acts and there
}is absolutely nothing overlooked by the previous mentioned non-local
}alternative rock artists. the foo fighters are everyone's new fav band,
}everyone's heard urge overkill doing "girl.."(or if not, "sister havana"
}or "positive bleeding") and even here in NF every skeet and his/her kid
}sis loves ween's "pushin' up daisies".
Well, even though this will make me sound like the alternarock poser
that I am, I must admit I've never heard any of the songs you've
mentioned, or if I have I didn't hear a title and artist to go with
them. I have hovever heard that gaelic-vocalised Ashley song at
least 3 times, as I listen to CBC more often than anything else.
And I like it.
Ashley would do more to drag me out to the popx than some lame
attempt at continued fame by a member of Nirvana. Or even a member
of Sloan, for that matter. But, for the record, I don't wear