V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
There’s a Ph.D. in the Mosh Pit
Bad Religion celebrates 30 years of intellect
By Captain America
The early punks and pre-punks openly pursued starry-eyed deals with major record labels. The majors, however, felt burned by commercial failure and unprofessionalism (New York Dolls: “They’re junkies!” The Sex Pistols: “Loudmouth yobs!”) and wanted little to do with bands that followed. Smelling further disaster, the majors backed off until “safe” acts tagged as new wave appeared.
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