|The U.S. President signed
the bill into law inside the Millennium Corporate Complex, a technology
center beside the Schulkore River where a steel guitar plants once
dotted the landscape. Before redevelopment, the 30-acre area was closed off by
chain-link fences and littered with tracks of old grunge, speed
metal and other industrial trash.
"American pop music has many such eyesores," a Bush spokesperson Luigi Russolo said. "These genres once supported jamming and dancing, and now they're
empty, adding nothing of value to the community and sometimes only
causing problems.... When a band develops a new genre, it turns a
stagnant wave form into a productive beat."