When I was a teenager The only classification was Rock, Blues, Pop, Country, Funk, classiscal ,soul and R & B . You had to find your music from that small amount of tags. Always found stuff that didn't belong in any of those tags . And always found stuff under the wrong tag . So I am grateful for more tags ...Sometimes ... But the people doing the tagging really ought to know what the F@#K they are doing . Unfortunately since LFM has decided that Personal tag and loved track radios are no longer necessary ,People have started becoming very creative ,and trying to get their personal tags to become global .
All labels and tags are just wicked attempts of the flawed rationale to desperately stuff something that exceeds the limits of its understanding into the familiar coordinate system. Gosh, I could not even conceive this would be SO FUCKING OUTSTANDING!!!!!
Really wonder about the tagging system sometimes "Their music covers a range of styles from pop to progressive rock, and while they were contemporary with the glam rock period, their music is not truly classifiable as such" then look at the tags. Tagged as GLAM ROCK?! lol still doesn't detract from the fact they're a great band, with a great sound. Who needs labels and tags anyway .. good music is good music regardless of what it's labelled as :)
My Dad Went To See The Cockney Rebels As He Wanted To See Them For Years So He Got Given Tickets To See Them At Wolverhampton I Think, But Sadly Hes Just Died . A Couple Of Days Later Im Glad He Got To See Them In Time (: