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EleveneezerGoode wrote: Sigh, this is the "glass ceiling" they talk about: you can like dance music, as long as you don't criticise the Prodigy post-1992, it never goes well on a forum (done it before).
UK Garage ('97 onward) was music for gyms and manual workers.
Coolbreeze wrote: Do I have genius idea or not, expanding the frequency range of humans would discover new territory in music? How do I go about inventing a futuristic super hearing aid? Don't really see much on internet talking about the idea?
EleveneezerGoode wrote: UK Garage ('97 onward) was music for gyms and manual workers.
Manual workers? Is that posh speak for "working class"?
You mean pretty much the same audience as hardcore ravers from 91-94 just a few years older (certainly in London anyway).
your weird post is weird
Haha yeah. Prodigy take note: rave was not about idolising bands it's about all those wicked compilation albums and fucked up white label tunes (but some ppl have been consistent in producing hits). But if you're gonna be a band, at least look clean, not like a bunch of rotten rats.
Coolbreeze wrote: a band that looked like dirty scum.
Coolbreeze wrote: Ahhh I get it now, invaders must die must be what influenced the hysteria against immigration and foreigners and brexit?? Dam prodigy must more influencial than i thought, why didn't I think of that one!