Now Toronto spoke with Scorpions guitarist Mathias Jabs about how their group, like most 80s rock bands, became sudden casualties of the alternative grunge takeover in the early ’90s. “I never liked that music,” Jabs said. “I liked Nirvana but nothing that came after that. It was this depressing music, these heroin addicts singing all night about no future, then saying, ‘See you next year’ at the end of the night.” Read more.
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