@AndrewT1989: There is no point in discussing what is and what is not "good" music. Music appeals to something other than the logical, mathematical sections of the brain. It's nostalgia, desire, lust, freedom, pleasure, pain, "saudade" all rolled up. You can't quantify it. It's impossible.
totally off topic but does anyone know where I can get a copy of Patti Palladin singing 'The nuns new clothes'? It's off a very very old Batcave album, Young Limbs abnd Numb hymns....c'mon guys, scrabble around in the memory banks!!!
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You see i just don't know enough facts about the musical education of Olli Wisdom etc. Somehow i believe deathrock in whole isn't your cup of tea. Why not stop asking people favouring it? It's just like asking a David Lynch whether he likes anime. / Generally: if you find nice melodic Specimen "unmusical", what would you say about Radio Scarlet? :3
>no musical talent, kitsch and bad make-up./you've forgotten torn fishnets!^^ /in fact, i'd like to tell you a story about Picasso. While a interviewing journalist was accusing him of being not able to depict the reality properly, Picasso was busy drawing. In the end of the interview he showed his drawing to the journalist. It was a life-like face of the latter, drawn properly & academic.
People's creativity may result in different ways, classic pieces for orchestras with ones, long guitar metal solos with others. I'm a bit pathetic here, but - remember the punk and what became of it; the goth is a deviation from the corrupted punk movement, the way to be against everything, being disappointed in the outer world and concentrated on the inner side. The fact you don't like it doesn't mean it's bad. It only is a feature of your taste. Just like I don't like most of the coldwave.