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Old 01-07-2009, 02:19 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Thats how it is now... As long as they have someone to buy something.
That's how it's been for as long as recorded music has been a big, moneymaking product.
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Old 01-07-2009, 02:22 PM   #62 (permalink)
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That's how it's been for as long as recorded music has been a big, moneymaking product.
Right - that's a better way of putting it.

Back in the 1960s it was in many ways in its infancy. There weren't just four labels with a basic monopoly over the entire spectrum of mainstream music. Neither were the bigger labels obsessed with only putting out one or two types of music.
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Old 01-07-2009, 02:44 PM   #63 (permalink)
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not really. but rock and metal defeated grunnge.
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Old 01-07-2009, 02:49 PM   #64 (permalink)
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not really. but rock and metal defeated grunnge.
Grunge and metal are both forms of rock.
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not really. but rock and metal defeated grunnge.
grunge is a format of rock. and neither 'rock' nor metal defeated grunge. neitehr metal nor any type of mainstream rock have enjoyed the popularity of grunge or post grunge since the latter genres fizzled out.
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Shoot just like anything thing did rock sound like it does now before grunge... not even close... Grunge helped produce the rock of today which is not the best but defiantly not the worse. I think 80's hairbands were by far the worse ever... but that's just my opinion.
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And the only thing grunge defeated was the hair bands..thank god for that... could you imagine it would be a continuous cycle of ballads
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Shoot just like anything thing did rock sound like it does now before grunge... not even close... Grunge helped produce the rock of today which is not the best but defiantly not the worse. I think 80's hairbands were by far the worse ever... but that's just my opinion.
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And the only thing grunge defeated was the hair bands..thank god for that... could you imagine it would be a continuous cycle of ballads
Yeah, grunge got rid of a bunch of ballads and watered-down rock songs and replaced them with... a bunch of ballads and watered-down rock songs. What incredible progress that was.
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Yeah i know some of it was depressing but ballads? Honestly what do you like better ???
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