I often see these 3 questions someplace or other (questions followed by my own answers):
Q: Blur or Oasis? A: Blur.
Q: Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin? A: Led Zeppelin
Q: Beatles or Rolling Stones? A: Beatles.
I was just randomly wondering if these 3 questions are regularly answered either my way, or it's exact opposite, and how often they break down into these 3 choices together (or their exact opposites) vs whether there's a significant mixture.
"They might look the same, but they don't taste the same."
1: Neither 2: Neither, because they've both been ruined by having the same few songs played over and over and over and over again on the radio. 3: Beatles, I don’t like much Stones stuff after Bryan Jones’ death.
"Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils."
Q: Blur or Oasis? A: Well, it's Remembrance Day, but the Britpop war of the 1990s hardly counts despite its atrocities. I'd rather forget the whole 'Mancs vs Mockneys' handbag conflict to be honest. Good music from both though.
Q: Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin? A: Apples and Oranges
Q: Beatles or Rolling Stones? A: Beatles
Q: Why does everything have to be a choice between only two things? A: Innate human 'Us and Them' tribal behaviour.
Q: Blur or Oasis? A: Neither, not the music of 'My G-g-generation' Question reminds me of this though!
Q: Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin? A: Never really been a 'Led Head' meself.
Q: Beatles or Rolling Stones? A:Back and forth with this. Beatles when they stopped being a Pop Band after 'Revolver'. An interruption of my long-standing liking of the Stones, who tried to jump on the Psychedelic bandwagon, abandoning their R&B base for a drug addled hiatus.