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11-12-2012, 03:30 PM
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i have no idea how anyone can listen to springsteen for more than like 5 min a week

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Look I think that the Beatles were spectacular when they were actually together. But they aren't relevant anymore. They did do alot for the music industry and were the icon of their generation but they are still over rated
Beatles overrated? They are one of the most important, if not the most important band ever.

But you're a kid. You will get it eventually. Most do.

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i have no idea how anyone can listen to springsteen for more than like 5 min a week
Outside his first few records I can semi agree with him. Fantastic live though.

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i have no idea how anyone can listen to springsteen for more than like 5 min a week
My first show was on the River Tour. Shows are fantastic....that is for sure. But a lot of bands have great live shows. If you are a fan of a band you dig the music. He has been around 40 years so it is not as 'hard' as stuff now. Then, I cannot listen to much of anyone for long periods. Saw U2 on the War tour for my first show of theirs. Clash on Combat Rock. PJ/Pumpkins/Peppers in a 3k seat theatre. Nirvana and others too. But who now? I mean...who out there is really worth a **** enough to last 15 years let alone 40? I don't see it/hear it and I am looking for something. Help me out.

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11-13-2012, 08:18 AM
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I'm with you swanny. I find myself getting into older bands I didn't used to listen to rather than finding something new and current because it isn't there.

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11-13-2012, 11:23 AM
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Been Away Too Long off Soundgarden's new album is absolutely fantastic and off-the-charts. Love it.

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Damn right Soundgarden is back.



Sick, sick intro.



Big fan of the heavy riff.



Deep and also an awesome lick.



Just an overall song. Like how it's slow and turns into a good rock song.



Another deep Nirvana song that does the job.



Big fan of the chorus.



Like how the song kind of "explodes".

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11-13-2012, 06:29 PM
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Never liked Grunge. It's punk rock without the aggression and heart

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11-13-2012, 07:08 PM
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Never liked Grunge. It's punk rock without the aggression and heart
Good lord you couldn't be any more wrong.

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11-13-2012, 07:17 PM
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grunge is nothing like punk rock...if you don't like grunge then **** you.

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grunge is nothing like punk rock...if you don't like grunge then **** you.
Seriously. I'd love for someone to tell Jerry Cantrell that grunge has no heart.

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11-13-2012, 09:43 PM
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Grunge is more of a genre than a label. When you highlight the major grunge bands, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees, they all have very distinct and different sounds.

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11-13-2012, 09:44 PM
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Yeah, can't say I know everything about these groups since I am a little younger, but I really do enjoy the Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana tunes I am familiar with.

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11-13-2012, 10:14 PM
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grunge is nothing like punk rock...if you don't like grunge then **** you.
I have a differing opinion on music than you do so **** you.

I love nirvana, soundgarden, all that ****. And grunge falls under alternative but it is a subgenre. Get this. Alternative music is targeted towards depressed suicidal ****ers like me. The lyrics are relatable (at times, oh Kurt) and the melodies are unique and vary more than in pop.

Also there is gonna be called a show called smells like teen spirit about nirvana. It's gonna be ****. Kurt cobains probably crying up in heaven

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I like Boris. They make my ears bleed fun

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grunge is nothing like punk rock...if you don't like grunge then **** you.
Well, let me start by saying that I don't really believe in the "grunge" moniker nor do I believe "punk" rock carries any more anti-establishment virility than rock-n-roll did in it's inception.

BUT, to say that a lot of "grunge" wasn't straight up "punk" is a bit off. All the seattle bands in the 80's were considered nothing more than local "punk" groups until the **** exploded, even by the band members themselves. Listen to Nirvana's first couple albums "Bleach" and "Incesticide" or Soundgarden's first three albums, very raw and often very uptempo. Bleach is, lyrically and instrumentally, WAY more subversive and raw than the majority of "punk" music, the best part is it lacks that awful phony wannabee British singing ****. (green day)

I still these cheesy sub-genres are for witless critics looking to complicate the simple fact that it's just rock music because they need to seem relevant somehow. Playing with different tempos, changing lyrics, and changing philosophy doesn't mean it's some radical move, same dinner, different package.

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11-14-2012, 08:44 AM
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Woo! music thread!

I'm a guitar player, so i like a lot of classic rock, blues, grunge, alternative....but i like newer stuff too like moe, umphreys, minus the bear.

But nothin beats a good hall and oates tune aha

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Grunge is more of a genre than a label. When you highlight the major grunge bands, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Mudhoney, Screaming Trees, they all have very distinct and different sounds.
Agreed, grunge is not like punk with the gimmics, the message. Yeah, some people will make a connection to generation X in the early 90's and nihilism. That's a crock of ****. It's just a musical genre, different bands took it to different places.

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BUT, to say that a lot of "grunge" wasn't straight up "punk" is a bit off. All the seattle bands in the 80's were considered nothing more than local "punk" groups until the **** exploded, even by the band members themselves.
Maybe. When I think of 80's punk, I think more about bands like Suicidal Tendencies.


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When I think of 80's punk, I think more about bands like Suicidal Tendencies.
80's punk is more like Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Ramones, Bad Religion, Operation Ivy, Bad Brains, etc.

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80's punk is more like Minor Threat, Dead Kennedys, Ramones, Bad Religion, Operation Ivy, Bad Brains, etc.
Yeah, not really my cup of tea. Although I've probably seen Bad Religion a good 5 times given they also toured with alternative bands at festivals.

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I like Boris. They make my ears bleed fun
Boris is an Asian band. Theyre named after Boris by The Melvins.

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Alternative music is targeted towards depressed suicidal ****ers like me.


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This is a pretty sweet one.


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12-12-2012, 10:23 PM
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This thread can't die.

Got the new Nokia Lumia 920 and it comes with free unlimited music. Been listening to music like crazy.

Oh my god of monsters and men is ****ing fantastic and I don't just mean little talks.
There's a good Australian band called disco nap that's really chill.
Grouploves singer is like Kurt Cobain on antidepressants
Passion pit and m83 are good too.

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Silversun pickup is alright.

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