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What the Video Game Industry Can Learn From the Death of Glam Metal

"Most of Nevermind is packed with generic punk-pop that had been done by countless acts from Iggy Pop to the Red Hot Chili Peppers… the band has little or nothing to say, settling for moronic ramblings by singer-lyricist Cobain."
– Steve Morse of the Boston Globe, first review for the album Nevermind

During the heyday of spandex, excessive use of hairspray, and sing-a-long hair metal anthems, a tiny music scene called grunge managed to rise to greatness, as evidenced by Nirvana’s rise to the top of the music charts. The over-saturation of glam bands in the late eighties and early nineties is a perfect analogy for what’s happening to the gaming industry today.

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