Like It Is: Bob Dylan Explains What Really Killed Rock ’n’ Roll
Brent L. Smith

Rock and roll didn’t die. It’s still just waiting back in the 80s — for the revolution that has not yet occurred. I count Cobain as the intermediary period between the rock and roll nothingness we have now and the rock and roll (Police, Foreigner, Queen, Pink Floyd, Midnight Oil, Asia, etc.) of the 80s (and pre80s).

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