Awesome pop music site, Popjustice looks back at its origin in this hilarious article.

By Steve McSteveface

This is one of the funniest things I have read in a long time which is why I think every follower of our site needs to read it.

The website Popjustice started way back in the year 2000 and this article they take a very humorous look back at the pop music scene back in the day.

To try to convince you to read it, here’s a quote:

“As not everybody had easy access to music, lyrics from the time were collected together in books, which were stored in large library-like buildings called libraries. Many music fans may not realise this but songs about romance are actually a relatively recent development, and back in the year 2000 it was more common for lyrics to cover popular past-times such as croquet and the invention of fire”

So, I urge you to take a few minutes to read it in full. Click the image below to get to the full post.

NEWS: Popjustice - Est 2000

Thanks Popjustice and here’s to the next 20 years!

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.

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