Closing down the sunday edition, I'm reading the wired webpage, and spot a monument to my subculture:
Screaming for vengeance by Judas priest makes the news on wired.
How? It's become available to those who play the game "rock band". I myself don't dibble in consoles, but I -obviously- own the album in question (the remasters version), and love it! Yet, I am instilled with the hope that some kids might at long last realize: they just don't make music like this no more.
(/rocks out to "fever")
Sometimes I think my generation is lost ... I was about to write a whole lot about the demise of lusic during the 90's /slash/ new millenium, including a link to toy box' "best friend" but then I put on "devils child", which turned out to be a fatal mistake (ouch my whiplash, ouch).
In closing: the youth of today is still being given exposure to proper music, I owe much gratitude to rockstars games myself, for introducing me to Judas Priest and Megadeth.
If you've got kids: Hard rock and heavy metal are far more "wholseme" than contemporary music. Exempt: the holograms!