Iggy Pop: Music today is like "cheap drinks"

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Iggy Pop whose fans in Greece will be able to see him with the Stooges in Rockwave festival, said that today's music is like "cheap drinks you buy at the crappy supermarket".

As ambassador to Record Store Day 2012, he sent a video that accuses modern rock bands, for lack of authenticity. "Today we have more products that include music," he continued, rather than creating original music. The same happened in the '50s with the copies of Elvis that the American music industry passed in his opinion.

He states that he fostered his music education by working in small independent stores as a teenager. At his time, fun for young people waw to gather in small record stores and listen to the new releases.
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