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Old 01-17-2009, 01:18 PM   #61 (permalink)
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You're right, let's draw the line at the 80's and completely ignore the wealth of musical awesomeness that we produced before.
Yeah, like jazz.
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Old 01-19-2009, 05:49 PM   #62 (permalink)
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After all, it would be a more valid question. I believe that the most influential, genre changing music from 1980 to present date has mostly come from North America. I would argue that Britain, by contrast, since 1990, has produced very few extremely memorable bands, and not a superfluity of important ones either.
Completely disagree with your point on the 1980s, and thats not just because im English

Stereolab
Primal Scream
Radiohead
Bark Psychosis
Suede
Massive Attack
Portishead
Prodigy
Leftfield
Tricky
Chemical Brothers
Autechre
Boards of Canada
My Bloody Valentine
Aphex Twin
Blur

Are some memorable 90s acts, i do actually agree with you however, most of the best stuff has recently come from the US, and by recent i mean probably 95 - present day
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