By Daniel Sohn | 3/3/18 1:59pm
(In which we take a look at the overrated OK Computer and the underrated Parklife)
Looking back at the turn of the millennium is a strange thing to do. The digital revolution, poised to usher in a futuristic new era of civilization, was met with ambivalence by many young people. Raised in the post-idealistic latter half of the 20th century, Gen-Xers entered the 1990s with a profound disaffection for the institutions that dominated their lives.