When did rock 'n' roll get so serious? The members of Radiohead act like they have a tougher time making music than Nietzsche did explaining human existence, while emo-punk band At the Drive-In gives pre-performance sermons about proper concertgoing behavior. Audiences in the Bay Area stand completely still, staring so intently you'd think there was a regular 2 a.m. quiz on chord progressions. It's enough to make you spike everyone's drinks, blast the Stooges, and lecture these kids about how rock 'n' roll is -- next to sex and drugs -- the greatest form of... More >>>