Yet another generic element of the shittiest era of popular music identified and distilled. Boing Bong has a great rundown from the original article featuring highlights and time codes.
Wha Oh! Wha Oh! That thing you hear in every other pop song is the Millennial Whoop
I’m going to start a heavy metal band called “Secretary” and this will be our logo.
Data scientist Iain Barr wanted to find out what the most—and least—common words were in metal lyrics. So he did the math. Here’s what he found.
I’m glad that I’m not the only one who wondered by we still referred to the genre as “alternative” when it wasn’t really “alternative” any more, and hadn’t been for several years by the late 1990s. It stank of a lack of imagination and a general disdain for the English language–all for the sake of marketing.
1996 was also the year that this so-called “alternative” music began to produce plenty of its own versions of The Wonders, playing equally disposable songs that sounded like facsimiles bleeding in from some alternate universe.