The 'Brilliant Careers' segment of Salon.Com has a Brilliant Article on the man we like to call db. They obviously did their homework on this one, with lines such as this:
"He's easily the most influential rock star of the post-Beatles era, given the number of whole pop movements, from British punk to Britpop, goth to hair metal, industrial to electronica, that owe him enormous and obvious debts."
Go to the article
from BNet teenage corrospondant, A_Girl