Billy Corgan wrote:Do I belong in the conversation about the best artists in the world? My answer is yes, I do,” he says. “I’ve been too productive for too long, and despite what anybody wants to strip away from me, I am influential. I am. You can hear echoes of my music right now. So all the Pitchforks in the world can try to strip me of every ounce of dignity, but I belong.
centurion wrote:Glenn Danzig and how he got his clock cleaned backstage after a show should speak volumes.
I've NEVER heard good things about that guy. He gets a facelift, starts working out, and suddenly he thinks he's god's, or the devil's, gift to all women..... He's outright rude to most of his fans as well.
Andrew Eldrich, if his interviews in print and his website don't convince you, look for some of his Youtube interviews.
There's one where he won't let the guy get a word in edgewise because he's too busy talking about himself and how great he is, makes it sound like it's a "privilege" for any of his fans to see him live, and the fact that his speaking voice is the exact opposite of his singing voice(annoyingly high pitched and nasal) doesn't help any.
Wolfmammy wrote:I absolutely think that an artist's personality should be taken into account when listening to their music.
I'm going to say Jerry Only and Al Jourgensen. I can't stand them. I've never liked Emilie Autumn. And I can't stand Tori Amos. No, I don't think she's a 'beautiful, tortured soul' because she makes songs about rape. She should have used music to get past that tragedy in her life instead of using it for record sales.
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