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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Your avatar is on it's menstrual cycle Vox. Come back in five days.
That's not what they said: [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
Milli Vanilli and The Smiths? Now this thread's really gone to shit.
The Smiths are the best band evar.
Trying to prove that there were emos in the 80s by quoting a Smiths video is like saying that steampunk conventions started in Edwardian times by quoting a Portlandia clip.
Okay: now this is very emo, and it is happening in real time.
A Good Day for Red
The Smiths really are top 3 in best bands evar
When Johnny Marr joined Modest Mouse and they put out We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank...
Not true. I would consider "rites of spring" as emo. [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
You should hear the band Paul McCartney was in before Wings.
OK, so both this fit and Rob's earlier with the red pants have left me a little cold. Nothing particularly "wrong" in either, but nothing that got me excited. I would hazard that you either have to go "full" casual, untucked shirt, boat shoes (or something similar), or full prep. This middle ground doesn't do it for me.
Haha also in top 3
I met that du, super nice guy
I love that Johnny Marr might be the glue that holds StyFo together.
Thank you, Johnny Marr.
Paul and Linda? Odd choice. Were you thinking of the Quarrymen?
TEchnically emo started in the 1980s but only whackos & diehards knew about it until the early 1990s...and most of us caught up with it later.
So the emo look, I'd say, would be a '90s thing. I think I'll go bury my head in new found glory and MxPx now.
And the Johnny Marr talk is great. Smiths were great because of him, and him alone. Morrissey is so horrid without him.
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