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Cheers. It's interesting how important knowing what the lyrics might mean is to working out what you think about the song. At least to me. Not bad, though.
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Gordon wrote:Cheers. It's interesting how important knowing what the lyrics might mean is to working out what you think about the song. At least to me. Not bad, though.
i agree with you 100%
i love korean indie pop because i don't know what they are say and so i have to guess.
i realised that alternative music is always at its peek when mainstream music of the day is causing a reaction.
In the 80's when everything went techno, indie bands copied the beatles.
Now that acoustic musc is considered popular again, indioe music has become very dancing - as if we have gone from B & S to Crystal Castles over night.
But Korean indie is the greatest because korean pop music is god awful.
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