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Old 05-21-2007, 04:27 PM   #41 (permalink)
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1990 - Motley Crue , Poison ,New Kids On The Block , Vanilla Ice , Tiffany
2007 - My Chemical Romance , Fall Out Boy , Black Eyed Peas , Justin Timberlake , Avril Lavigne.

Yeah big f*cking difference
Hurray for Nirvana changing music
First of all I hate every band you mentioned in 1990. Second of all, YOU SKIPPED A WHOLE F**KIN DECADE!!! Which was the decade in which I got in to music and the decade from which most of the music I listen to comes from. Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System of a Down, Stone Temple Pilots, The Offspring, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (who had a lot more good music than just "Impression that I Get"), old Weezer, old Green Day, Queens of the Stone Age, and even bands that I don't care for that much like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and even some Dave Mathews (and trust me I'm NOT a DMB fan), it's all a lot better than any thing that came the 10 years previous to Nirvana. The 90's rocked! But that's just my opinion.
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Old 05-21-2007, 05:08 PM   #42 (permalink)
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First of all I hate every band you mentioned in 1990. Second of all, YOU SKIPPED A WHOLE F**KIN DECADE!!! Which was the decade in which I got in to music and the decade from which most of the music I listen to comes from. Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, System of a Down, Stone Temple Pilots, The Offspring, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (who had a lot more good music than just "Impression that I Get"), old Weezer, old Green Day, Queens of the Stone Age, and even bands that I don't care for that much like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and even some Dave Mathews (and trust me I'm NOT a DMB fan), it's all a lot better than any thing that came the 10 years previous to Nirvana. The 90's rocked! But that's just my opinion.
If you really think that, you need to check out some of the good music from the 80s. The decade wasn't all about hair bands. Groups like The Pixies, Husker Du, Swans, Sonic Youth, Fugazi, Godflesh, Jane's Addiction, The Red Hot Chili Peppers (who did most of their best stuff in the 80s) and Killing Joke (who Nirvana stole the melody of "Come As You Are" from) among many, many others established sounds that Nirvana simply followed.

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Old 05-21-2007, 05:09 PM   #43 (permalink)
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The 80s had plenty of good bands too, the Smiths, Joy Division, Fugazi, Dinosaur Jr, Tom Waits, etc. I don't feel like listing anymore, but I think those bands are better than all those crappy rock bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and System of a Down.

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The 80s had plenty of good bands too, the Smiths, Joy Division, Fugazi, Dinosaur Jr, Tom Waits, etc. I don't feel like listing anymore, but I think those bands are better than all those crappy rock bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and System of a Down.

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Damn, how could I forget Joy Division, the Smiths and Tom Waits' best period? Good call on those, Crowquill!
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Also, RapSucks, you mention The Mighty Mighty Bosstones as a great 90s band but they actually started in the 80s and released one of their best albums in '89.

I think all decades have good music, but it's not generally found in the top 10.
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You need to stick around this place, we need good posters.
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Thanks! I just came across this place by complete accident looking for something else. But I've wanted to find a board like this for ages.
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If you really think that, you need to check out some of the good music from the 80s. The decade wasn't all about hair bands. Groups like The Pixies, Husker Du, Swans, Fugazi, Godflesh, Jane's Addiction, The Red Hot Chili Peppers (who did most of their best stuff in the 80s) and Killing Joke (who Nirvana stole the melody of "Come As You Are" from) among many, many others established sounds that Nirvana simply followed.
Sorry but I disagree about RHCP. I guess I'm not funky enough.

Also, I wasn't listening to the radio in the 80's because I was under 6 years old, but how many of those bands got radio play? I'm talking about mainstream music, that's what Nevermind was and what it primarily affected. (Although underground punk would not be as popular today if Nirvana didn't come along.) Underground music is a whole different issue.

And if I hear "Jane Says" one more time in my life I may kill myself!!! Definitely one of the worst (most annoying) songs I've ever heard.
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Also, RapSucks, you mention The Mighty Mighty Bosstones as a great 90s band but they actually started in the 80s and released one of their best albums in '89.
I have Devil's Night Out and love it. Again, Mainstream vs. Underground!!! I don't want to give the impression that I only listen to radio music because I don't, but Nirvana was mainstream music and primarily affected mainstream music.
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I'd honestly rather hear Mexican Radio or Girls Just Want to Have Fun over Smells Like Teen Spirit or Jeremy anyday. I'd even consider the 80s mainstream music better.

I don't know how much radio play those bands got because I wasn't even born yet, but I imagine the Smiths got quite a bit.
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