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    Subject: The Filth and the Fury
    Date: Nov 13, 2000
    Sender: tfisherPrevious

    Two days ago I watched the Sex Pistols documentary, "The Filth and the Fury" and was blown away, I watched it twice. I came of age in the late eighties and early nineties, and I have to admit I was a fan of The Cult, G&R, and Def Leppard, who I now know where corporate phenominems. But thats still better than the cutsey "Punk" of Green Day and Blink 182. I think that the reason the Sex Pistols are important is that plain and simple it was actually rebellion against the system. I think the last thing that could truly compare was the rap music of the late eighties.
    What is wrong with todays kids, I mean Britney Spears, even Marlyn Manson, thats rebellion?
    I think a documentary should be made of Henry Rollins, the only musician I know who really cuts through the shit of todays culture.

    Sincerely Tom Fisher
    Peterborough Ontario

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