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What do you think of combining rock & roll with social causes? 
 


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From: Juelage
Comments: I was thinking about bands like (the former) Rage Against the Machine, how they stopped trading for a day or something, how they are "anti-capitalist? or anti globalisation?" - but yet they are (were) signed up with Sony... contradiction...?


From: katrina
Comments: i reckon that would be preety stupid


From: Jaini
Comments: "Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent." Music (not just rock & roll) is so spiritual, to NOT use any talent to promote a social cause to make the world better is a crime. You can do this withOUT being famous.


From: Allison from Kansas
Comments: I think it's really cool. Why not use their visibility and influence to help something they believe in?


From: Allison from Kansas
Comments: I think it's really cool. Why not use their visibility and influence to help something they believe in?


From: Samantha
Comments: It is about time that bands start standing for something besides sex, drugs and rock n roll. When a band makes a stand it shows the world that they are more than a bunch of drugged out losers.


From: Thom
Comments: There is nothing worst than some rock star spouting off about social or political issues. There have been many celebs that I once liked but once they forgot they were entertainers and become politicians I stop enjoying them and started resenting them. they should keep their mouths shut and do their job, and support their causes in private


 

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