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Old 05-02-2016, 11:17 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I'ma make that my first Cameron Crowe movie.
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Old 05-02-2016, 05:03 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I'ma make that my first Cameron Crowe movie.
Now that you mentioned it, I had to look up Cameron Crowe. I found out he wrote the book & screenplay for Fast Times at Ridgemont High; and wrote, produced & directed Say Anything..., Single, Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous, and Vanilla Sky (among others). I would recommend both Say Anything... & Singles.
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I hear Vanilla Sky sucks.

So, What I really wish for is some grunge revival. I'll even take grungegaze.
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I hear Vanilla Sky sucks.

So, What I really wish for is some grunge revival. I'll even take grungegaze.
Usually it takes about twenty maybe thirty years for a revival to happen. It takes a while for it go from being passé to being being cool again cause of nostalgia.
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I hear Vanilla Sky sucks.
Vanilla Sky is great. One of Cameron Crowe's best movies IMO.
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Usually it takes about twenty maybe thirty years for a revival to happen. It takes a while for it go from being passé to being being cool again cause of nostalgia.
Well, grunge "died" *blech* in '94. We could expect a possible revival in the next decade, right? Hmm.
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I had a listen of the album soundtrack Hype that covered a lot of the sound from the Pacific north west from the 80's and 90's that catch that time and place,when the Grunge and Indie era started there.As for Poison Idea not being Grunge I agree I should not put them in the grunge catalog but a great band,and The Wipers and Napalm Beach.
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