therocker wrote:, I can not buy too much that is different from classic bands.
RobertaForster wrote:I know there must be some new bands which are inspired on that time, on the true rock'n'roll. But I must confess I'm lazy to learn about it. It's another time, in the past this music used to come to us through media, radio, it was on the air. Now, it is like another kind of "fog" spreaching all over there.
In São Paulo there is only ONE Rock Radio: Kiss FM. It plays old rock music, and sometimes some new songs by old bands, like The Good Die Young they played there. So, the spirit of rock will never die, but I guess it will always belongs to 60's, 70's, 80's.
Lennu wrote:...Those bands were born and they grew big gradually, stepping on solid ground firmly little by little. They didn´t jump into our consciousness through a promo video almost straight from their training rooms. They built their success during the years making and correcting mistakes and searching for their own true style, and THAT SHOWS !! and SOUNDS GOOD !! ...
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