Topic started on 28-10-2003 @ 02:56 PM by postings
Wanted to get your opinions on this. A bunch of people and I were talking about a particular unnamed band the other day, and the opinion was split as
to whether the band was still "good" anymore. I personally didn't think so, but it got me to thinking about something that I thought I woudl run
past you good folks. Some bands were so extremely popular during their "day" that their legacy lives on. That legacy is rooted in the past, and is
definitely important in and of itself, but there are bands that are so good that they have made a legacy for themselve by virtue of the music they
have made in the past, AND in the present. I personally think that a band stays relavent to multiple generations if it can find a way to re-invent
itself yet still maintain it's original sound. Does that make sense? What do you all think?