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“It’s a time that seems romantic to people now, whereas at the time, it seemed like a cynical era. There were all these worries about selling out and the Man and corporate rock and irony and sincerity. But in retrospect, being cynical just meant that you cared. There was something at stake.”—Malkmus on the 90s.
“In my opinion real punk bands should break up after one album. I mean, it’s debatable if all bands should break up after one album. Philosophically that would be the best thing. But it’s in the declaration of punk independence to not be a bloated rock star where you end up in a limo; you pick something and then end it.”—Stephen Malkmus.