punk's not dead
I had a dream when I was high school that I attended the punk rock academy and no one made fun of me.
I now have a DVD player that plays mp3s. I threw in an unlabeled disc and was greeted by my punk rock collection.
I'm still having a hard time with my kids being fans of AFI. I don't mind sharing my other cds with them - we can rock out to The Ataris or Bad Religion together and it's all cool. But something about the Ataris going mainstream me cry.
I don't begrudge them their fame, their fortune, their masses of sweaty teenage girls and boys rushing the stage to touch them. I just wanted to keep them to myself, I guess. Selfish me. I get very attached to my favorite bands. Not in a groupie sort of way. Never been a groupie. Not unless you count Leif Garret and I don't.
Anyhow, I'm enjoying this cd to the extent that the neighbors can probably hear it.
Hey, this isn't a whole punk cd! My long lost version of Bloodhound Gang doing Weezer's Undone is on here! It's more like an Undone/Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' to Fuck With remix. I need to get this back on my computer. You have to hear it.
I wonder how the neighbors are enjoying The Exlpoited?