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Throughout my youth I was told, usually by my father, that my generation was doomed.

He said we were spiritually bankrupt. Economically bankrupt. But, worst of all- music had died. We were left with something. The radios still turned on. But what came out wasn’t anything worth listening to. I believed my father until I turned fourteen and went to a firehouse punk show. There was music everywhere, I realized, it was just hiding. And it was still willing to give itself to anyone who took the time to find it.



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About Scott Laudati (24 Articles)
Scott Laudati lives in New York with his Boxer, Satine. His collection of poems "Hawaiian Shirts in the Electric Chair" has been published by Kuboa Press. Visit for less professionalism and angrier essays.

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