Former Rolling Stones star Bill Wyman dislikes modern music, insisting albums by rock bands such as the Arctic Monkeys are disposable.
The rocker, who played bass guitar with the Paint It Black hitmakers from 1962 to 1992, isn't a fan of the current crop of guitar groups topping the charts.
And he's convinced modern acts will fade away unless they start making more memorable music.
Wyman says, "I can't say I'm impressed by any of the music at the minute. There's nothing new and it doesn't excite me. I can't see bands like the Arctic Monkeys having staying power. Society constantly wants new music so no one will be around long."