Originally Posted by DrumEatDrum
But outside of the Green Day track, all those songs are from the 80's.
Even though the RATM track is from 2000, it was written in the 80's.
You're more making his point that not. ;-)
Yeah - I was just about to respond the same way. It doesn't even seem like there is much sex, drugs and rock n' roll
anymore. Not that all of that back in the 60's and 70's was great. I know there are a lot of Grateful Dead fans, but I don't think they have too much success without the drug part of that. ;)