- but this guy has really got something special....)
My dear Wroclaw.
There is no accounting for taste.
But when we are all dead and gone, I can assure you that historians will look back on the 20th century and look on artists such as Bjork and the Fall (who you probably don't know - a Manchester band) and will see these as the most significant musical phenomena of the century. Believe me, I listen to a lot of music...
Polish music is so sad. I've heard only one Polish male singer who can sign - is it Ryszard Wojnalowicz/Wojnicki? He really puts his heart into the songs. (Sorry don't remember the name, but he's really great, and generally I futsking HATE Polish music - it's so derivative of foreign bands
Go listen to Bjork and jerk off, dumbass
Thank you for that very cultural input. I assume you are a Lumpen. So I commiserate greatly that you were born of peasant stock, and therefore have no culture.
How is it that you managed to concoct an entire sentence without using the word "k*rwa". I'm utterly amazed!
I commisserate greatly with all you posters who were born as Lumpen-proletariat.
Unfortunately, as a result of the Katyn massacres, a large percentage of the thinking people of Poland were killed. All that left in Warsaw is Lumpen-proletariat. (Peasants in plain English, chlopi in Polish).
I am also 50% of a lumpen family, my mother was from family of farmers - one of Lumpen-proletariat, so I really have nothing to brag about. But I accept my roots, which is more than all you lot do...
But all you Lumpen out there, you should understand that you have all been very badly affected by Stalin. Or are you all to Lumpen to understand this?