“Look at my generation. How did that work? Jimi Hendrix. Brian Jones. Janis Joplin. Keith Moon. The list is fucking endless. They’re dead people. My life is full of dead people. My friends are dead. My friends. They might be your fucking icons. They’re my fucking friends. They’re dead . Dead people in my life. Lots of them. People that I knew, fucked, loved, played with, grew up with. Now, we have Generation X which is responding to this big significant moment, which is Kurt Cobain committing suicide, and I just think this shouldn’t happen again. It will happen again, but it shouldn’t. In the 60s, we really thought that we were changing the world and we didn’t. When we got college degrees and jobs and became lawyers and politicians, then we started to change the world. If you want to change the world, you have to get out there and change it. Music is not going to change it. Music changes the way you live in the world. It changes the way you see it. But it doesn’t change the world itself.” - Pete Townshend.