As we exited the ’90s and entered the new millennium, pop divas, prefabricated boy bands and rappers bragging about conspicuous consumption and how poorly they treated women ruled the airwaves. Meanwhile, what passed for “rock” was the white guys who beat you up in high school P.E. class who’d discovered hip-hop and figured it’d sound killer over downtuned seven-string guitars playing metal riffs atop dope beats. It was as if neither Nirvana nor Green Day had happened.
The CasualtiesBy Punk
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