25 Years Ago: 'New York Times' Falls for the Great Grunge Speak Hoax

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Fans of off-mainstream music often end up reading articles about the art they love written by bemused mainstream journalists. Typically, these writers have been ordered to cover the story because their bosses are uncomfortable that they’ve already missed the boat.

It’s been happening since rock ’n’ roll arrived in the ‘50s, and soon began amassing column inches in the press all over the world. From the beginning, many of those inches were devoted

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