All this talk about 'starting a revolution' is a bit premature, no? Look at this forum; there are hardly any posts about those amazing indie pop bands, singer-songwriters etc. that aren't given a fair chance by those evil record companies and Radio 1. You may not hear them on the radio, see them on TV, but even during the last indie wave you could always find a good, unsigned pop act on the Internet. It will take a year or two for a new pop wave to arrive (and no, Adele isn't revolutionary in any way). Also, I don't understand how someone can look back on 2005 and say it was a good year for pop ('pop pop', not indie pop or urban pop). Come And Get It and Chemistry were both ignored by the public, Rachel was dropped and well, we all remember the legendary 'fighting the uphill battle' Sarah quote. How is that better than this whole Clare Maguire situation, I have no idea. Complaining about the top40 is like complaining about other people's taste. 'Oh my, what do they see in Pitbull?' and things like that. Who cares? You got an album you like, will probably get another one - it's all good, I think. A good song is a good song, even if it peaked at no.87, you can still enjoy it. And radio is just outdated, so fuck them. Oh, and Vas - I think I love you. You say all the right things.