Saturday, January 30, 2010
Emo Dweebs must go.
Know what was old before it even started? The emo band trying to pull off the "quirky," bet-you-didn't-expect-us-to-cover-that song, like a lame, emo'd up version of an early '90's pop song, or something. Or some limp-wristed, "can't you tell how sensitive we are" emo group covering a Mariah Carrey song, or something along those tacky, transparent lines. Another example of these spiritless dweebs trying much too hard to appear credible or legitimate to their more artistically inclined elders. Face it, Emo generation. You've had 8+ years to produce something.. anything.. worth remembering. And you've failed. Your art will not be remembered. And that makes me happy.