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Appreciate the civil responses, but I'm not convinced. I think Grohl was

Posted by tinear on July 5, 2021 at 17:43:30:

trying to score points with his daughter, something I'm very familiar with as my 20-year-old continually texts me new music to listen to. Almost all of it is highly derivative, and I don't mean just sampling. It's damn close to outright mimicry. Was Alanis Morissette the new Janis or Hynde or Exene? It may just be impossible to compare artists; impossible to do so for talented ones, anyhow. Travolta: the new Astaire? McConaughey: the new Newman? :-)