POPPED CRITICS

While looking over the Times pop music reviewers' lists of the Top 10 LPs of 1984 (Dec. 30), I suddenly had an idea.

Why not take all of the records by such moral midgets as Prince, Tina Turner and Sheila E, melt them down, and use the vinyl to press out more albums by groups such as U2, Simple Minds, the Alarm and Donna Summer, whose messages our morally bankrupt society so desperately needs to hear.

DAVID IANTORNO Bellflower

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