1. Bob Marley
Bob Marley is more of a philosophy than a talent. Any uni student with a guitar could've composed his hit songs.
2. Jane's Addiction
Movie idea: Stranger Than Addiction. One day, a guy begins hearing Jane's Addiction's oeuvre in his head with no end in sound. The next day, he jumps in front of a moving bus.
"James Addiction" would be a good stage name.
The best thing Kurt Cobain ever wrote was his suicide note.
I resent how "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (gag!) is the go-to "greatest song of the 90s" when it's clearly "Say It Ain't So."
4. Public Enemy
Microwave popcorn, read James Baldwin aloud and squeeze a rubber ducky periodically. Congratulations, you're Public Enemy!
5. The Ramones
A one-trick wonder M. Night Ramolan. At least their songs are (mercifully) short.