Here at WENAP we are big fans of the CEP. But this made us smile:
We are seeing an orchestrated attempt to destroy our English Rock music heritage (which in the 1970s was the best in the world) through the continued dumbing down and sabotage of our culture.
So glad that the CEP recognises how great was the music scene of the 1970s.
The '60s with the Beatles and the Stones and the emergence of Led Zep and Deep Purple? Pooh, we are impervious to that vapid decade's charms - give us Little Willy Won't Go Home and Disco Duck any day!
And we musn't forget that future greats like Duran Duran were formed in the 1970s (1978). OK, Simon Le Bon didn't join till 1980, but still...
Of course at the end of the day when it comes to music it's all down to personal opinion, but passing off personal opinion as fact (the 1970s saw English rock music as being the best in the world) strikes us as a little bit sad.
Stick to the point - and stick to the verifiable facts, CEP, please - don't alienate readers with the off-topic (and frankly rather dubious) opinions of your writers!