Watching the spirit of protest being drained out of music's mainstream over the last 20 years has been one of its least appealing trends; a few largely sidelined mavericks aside (The likes of Bjork, M.I.A., some occasional profanity from Jarvis Cocker) the maxim that rock is now mere entertainment has never been more true.
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