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date: 18 February 2020

Rock and Pop Music 

see also Music
  1. The filth and the fury.
    following a notorious interview with the Sex Pistols broadcast live on Thames Television
    Anonymous: headline in Daily Mirror, 2 December 1976
  2. I thought punk was a good idea—like someone shaking an apple tree until all the bad ones fell off and you’d just got the good ones left.
    Phil Collins 1951–  British rock musician: D. Bowler and D. Dray Genesis: a biography (1992)
  3. Sex and drugs and rock and roll.
    Ian Dury 1942–2000 British rock singer and songwriter: title of song (1977)
  4. Hardly anyone bought the Velvets' albums when they were originally released, but everyone who did formed a band.
    of the American rock group Velvet Underground, formed in 1965
    Brian Eno 1948–  British musician and record producer: attributed
  5. Most people get into bands for three very simple rock and roll reasons: to get laid, to get fame, and to get rich.
    Bob Geldof 1954–  Irish rock musician: in Melody Maker 27 August 1977
  6. I'm dealing in rock'n'roll. I'm, like, I'm not a bona fide human being.
    Phil Spector 1940–  American record producer and songwriter: attributed